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NON-FOOD NEEDS: *Coats *New Matresses(Twin, Full, Queen) *New Pillows *New Children's Underwear *New Men & Women's Underwear FOOD NEEDS: *Pasta Sauce *Canned Meat (Chicken and Tuna) *Rice (2 lb bags) *Peanut Butter *Cereal *Ramen Noodles *Oatmeal

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Meet our Judges

Brandon Booth

Brandon was born into the dance life as his parents had their own studios in Arkansas, so naturally he was always there.  It took him a little while to accept ballroom as a career, but Brandon admits he has loved every second of it.  Although he has been around dance all his life, he has been teaching professionally for close to six years.  Brandon loves putting smiles on others faces and seeing them grow not just as dancers but as individuals … watching their health improve and their confidence blossom. 

W. Alan Jordan

Honorable W. Alan Jordan, Chief Judge, State Court of Cherokee County

Judge Jordan came to Cherokee County in 1986 as an attorney in private practice.  He and his wife, Sharon, live in the Union Hill community.  He became judge of the State Court of Cherokee County on Aug. 31, 2001.

Prior to becoming a State Court Judge, Judge Jordan served as an Associate Juvenile Court Judge in Cherokee County and served as the Municipal Court Judge of the cities of Woodstock, Marietta and Acworth, Georgia.  He opened his first private practice law office in Cherokee County on Sept. 6, 1986 and practiced law in Woodstock and Canton for 15 years.

Judge Jordan is currently active in the Canton Rotary, has served as vice-president of the South Cherokee Optimist Club, vice-chairman of the Board of Directors of the Cherokee Child Advocacy Council and co-chaired a committee to bring the first children's emergency shelter to Cherokee County.  He has presided over the Cherokee County DUI Accountability Court Program for the past seven years.

He obtained both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Georgia.

He does not know how to dance, but does know how to judge, so we’ll see what happens!

Chantal Leclerc

Chantal coaches at the Amateur, Pro/Am and Professional levels. She’s a choreographer at all levels and styles, and is successful in making coaching, choreography and studio showcases fun and easy to learn.


  • 2-Time Undefeated Canadian Amateur Latin American Champion
  • 2-Time Undefeated Canadian Amateur Ten Dance Champion
  • Canadian Representative at three World Championships
  • Triple Crown Rising Star Champion
  • Classique du Quebec Rising Star Champion
  • Texas Challenge Rising Star Champion
  • Dance Director for the Fred Astaire Dance Studios Atlanta, GA Region
  • All levels of Certification and Examination in American & International Style
  • Member of NDCA: A+ B+ C+ D+


  • International Latin
  • American Rhythm
  • American Smooth

Chantal Leclerc is part of the prestigious Fred Astaire Dance Studios National Dance Board team that actively coaches students and instructors in dance studio locations across the network, oversees dance instructor training and certification, judges (Professional, Amateur, Pro/Am) at regional and national Fred Astaire Dance Studio competitions and continuously reviews FADS proprietary curriculum to ensure only the finest, most up-to-date programs for students.

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