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Meteorologist John Cameron dancing for charity

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

From The Weather Center to the dance floor, Newschannel 6 Meteorologist John Cameron will take part in this years Dancing for the Stars event.

Tonight Big Brothers Big Sisters revealed local celebrities and professional dancers who will take part in the event held on February 10th. Dancing celebrities are also asked to raise at least $2500 to help bring awareness of the importance of mentoring in local communities. The Big Brothers Big Sisters Regional Director Kem Houge, spoke about what this event means to the dancers.

"All of the dancers coming. They're nervous and don't know what to expect. They are really committed to saying I want to help kids in this community and provide mentoring in the community. So they all come in and they're excited to meet their instructor and we just can't wait to get the show on the road."

Each team will train and rehearse over the next 3 months. Who ever is able to raise the most money will be the overall winner. Judges will also award the best overall male and female performances on the night of the event.
 

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