Kim Siganos

My family and I spent the month of July, along with a whole team of staff from Siganos Management, opening seven new establishments at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. It was during a meeting with the Community FoodBank of New Jersey that we were asked if we knew anyone that would like to dance in “Dancing under the A.C. Stars.” I jumped at the opportunity. Since a young child I have always been mesmerized by performing, whether it is dancing, singing, acting. The fact that this is for charity makes it more exciting and meaningful, as I am very passionate in regards to stopping hunger.

Al Henry, Professional Dancer

An instructor at the Academy of Ballroom Dancing in Northfield for the past 16 years, Al Henry started his career with the Arthur Murray Studio in Narberth, Penn., almost 30 years ago. After three years of teaching and training, he entered the professional competitive scene, and competing in and winning several regional competitions before injuries took their toll. Still a dance instructor, Al teaches both social as well as competitive dancing, and competes with his students in pro/am competitions. The recipient of many top teacher awards, Al has watched his students receive their own numerous awards. In fact, in 2010, Al got to be a part of the “Dancing with the Stars” tour in Atlantic City with one of his competitive child students, who wound up winning the competition.

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