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The stars will come out to dance

From left, standing: Morten Schnedler-Jensen, Fred Astaire Studio; Sean Dowd, Ridgefield Bicycle Company; Chip Neumann, Neumann Real Estate; Marcel Helms, Fred Astaire Studio; Steve Goldstone, Founders Hall; Mira Cherkezova, Fred Astaire Studio. First row, from left: Jenny Conciatore, Ridgefield Fitness Club; Liz Goldstone, Founders Hall; Isabelle Gollwitzer, Fred Astaire Studio; Jessica Boelts, Ridgefield School of Dance; Theresa Santoro, Ridgefield VNA; Carrie Pin, Mac Donald-Pin Dancers. Not pictured: Dr. Robert Bonwetsch, Associated Neurologists, and Michelle Maturo, Elevation Spinning and Personal Training, who will replace Ms. Santoro who has had to bow out because of another obligation.—Ken Kast photo

Seven well-known Ridgefielders, whose reputations weren’t built on their dancing prowess, will team up with local dance professionals for “Dancing with the RSO,” a gala fundraiser to benefit the Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra.

The seven couples will compete in a dance contest at the gala, which takes place March 2, from 7 to 11 p.m., at the Salem Golf Club, North Salem, N.Y.

Tickets are available at www.ridgefieldsymphony.org.

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