About Us

*Fayette Celebrity Dancers is a fundraising event for local Fayette County Charities in which local celebrities dance with local dance professionals in competition for your donations. The event is sponsored by “Realtors® Caring for Fayette” in association with the Fayette County Board Realtors® and Rachel’s Dance Connection.

*The event date is May 12th at 7pm at Starr’s Mill High School.

*All proceeds will go to the local Fayette charities, Armed Forces Mission, WinShape Camps, Hole ‘Nother Level, Lekotek, Walk to End Alzheimers, Midwest Food Bank, St. Nick’s Closet, and Clearwater Academy (special needs school).

*This is the 24th year the FCBOR has hosted a fund raising event for charity;  and 2018 will be the sixth year for the FCBOR and RACHEL’S DANCE CONNECTION to host the Fayette Celebrity Dancers  show. Previously, Rachel hosted  five shows in Coweta County, for charity.
*Rachel’s Dance Connnection offers instruction in Ballroom, Line Dancing, clog-dance, Hip Hop for youth and adults, Belly Dance for fun and exercise, wedding dances for bride and groom and father-daughter.

All donations made payable to Realtors Caring for Fayette, Inc. (501 C3)

 

Co-chairs of Fayette Celebrity Dancers

Deborah Bishop and Rachel Ferguson

Deborah Bishop

Deborah is the ” Director of First Impressions/Office Manager” of Slepian, Schwartz and Landgaard Law firm in Peachtree City. She was previously a Mortgage Loan Officer for 27 years. She has had great joy in charing fundraising committees the past four years for Fayette Celebrity Dancers and Bras for the Cause for the Fayette Women’s Council of Realtors.

Deborah and her husband Jim enjoy traveling, especially cruising and spending time with their 3 children and 5 grandchildren.

 

Rachel Ferguson

I grew up in Greensboro, N. C., and after college was a Legal Secretary for Attorneys and 3 Judges (at different times). I moved to South Caroline and had a job waiting for me as Private Secretary to the Lt. Governor of S. C. (whose father was a United States Senator).

I was always in the School May Pole Dance as a child, did Square Dancing as a teen, and took some Ballroom Dance in my twenties.

After moving to Ga. I started into dance in a big way, attending many national Seminars and weekend workshops in Nashville, Tn. at the Opreland Hotel, with National and International Instructors. I teach Clog-Dance, Belly Dance for Fun and Exercise, Line Dancing, and have a performing dance team, and, of course, Ballroom Dance. I love dancing, choreographing, and enjoy doing wedding dances for Bride/Groom, and father/daughter, wedding parties, and, of course, the Fayette Celebrity Dancers.