who won beckley dancing with the stars

who won beckley dancing with the stars

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just wondering

United States

#1 Sep 15, 2012
which couple won the beckleys finest dancing with the stars last nite does anyone know.
SayWhat

Charleston, WV

#2 Sep 15, 2012
Who gives a rats azz?
ryan

Beckley, WV

#3 Sep 15, 2012
The chicken man! Heard he almost blew up!
informed citizen

Oak Hill, WV

#4 Sep 15, 2012
Votes in the form of funds donated, will determine the Peoples Choice Award winner.


http://www.unitedwayswv.org/
informed citizen

Oak Hill, WV

#5 Sep 15, 2012
From the Register-Herald

Winners were first place people and judges choice Victor Flanagan and Kenette Coffman; second place people and judges choice Jeff Miller and Mendy Harvey.
Stars

Beckley, WV

#6 Sep 15, 2012
You couldn't have paid me to watch that crap. With the amount of musicians, artists, athletes, etc in the area (that are actual "local stars"), they only focused on "rich" people. You couldn't pay me to watch Richard Jarrell do a damn thing.
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Me Either

Beckley, WV

#8 Sep 15, 2012
SayWhat wrote:
Who gives a rats azz?
not many, I am sure. People may have opened their checkbooks a little more if a better choice of dancers was available. A snobby attitude does not go very far around Raleigh County, especially when you see some of the names in the delinquent tax section. Makes one wonder just how credible some people really are. When it comes to charity, you want to feel the money will go to the right place. My donation went straight to the Fund, and this event had absolutely nothing to do with it.
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Teacher

Oak Hill, WV

#10 Sep 15, 2012
I agree they could have picked a better cast. Jarrell is the only one I have heard of and its never been good. I have lived in Raleigh Co most of my life. Who were these people?
agree

Beckley, WV

#11 Sep 15, 2012
Stars wrote:
You couldn't have paid me to watch that crap. With the amount of musicians, artists, athletes, etc in the area (that are actual "local stars"), they only focused on "rich" people. You couldn't pay me to watch Richard Jarrell do a damn thing.
agree, more reputable, more respected and more liked people would have helped! I am sure no one is jealous from the comments I overheard.
abc123 teacher

Beckley, WV

#12 Sep 15, 2012
Teacher wrote:
I agree they could have picked a better cast. Jarrell is the only one I have heard of and its never been good. I have lived in Raleigh Co most of my life. Who were these people?
I have never heard anyone say anything nice about Jarrell or Harvey. Why would they even mention their names? Both are very disliked people.
informed citizen

Oak Hill, WV

#13 Sep 15, 2012
abc123 teacher wrote:
<quoted text> I have never heard anyone say anything nice about Jarrell or Harvey. Why would they even mention their names? Both are very disliked people.
For a teacher you are clueless. Shame! Do you read the local paper? Do you understand about fundraising and volunteer work? Not everyone shares the "teacher" view of Jarrell.
informed citizen

Oak Hill, WV

#14 Sep 15, 2012
Teacher wrote:
I agree they could have picked a better cast. Jarrell is the only one I have heard of and its never been good. I have lived in Raleigh Co most of my life. Who were these people?
You are a teacher and never heard of Bill Baker? He was superintendent of Raleigh County schools and a Raleigh County commissioner for several years. Courtney Cox is a news personality. Kennette Coffman (Billy Joe's & beauty shop owner), Jarrell-Chick fil A and on school board; Mendy Harvey is the wife of a local dentist. I don't much know the others (Bates has Bodyworks), but it doesn't mean they're not well-known by others.

These folks volunteered their time and a lot of effort to perfect their routines.
Wow

Beckley, WV

#15 Sep 15, 2012
You people are disgusting, getting on here and running your mouth about someone says way more about you than them. These people put in a lot of effort, and time to help raise money for charity. What have you all done to help the community lately?
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Beckley Truth

Beckley, WV

#17 Sep 16, 2012
SayWhat wrote:
Who gives a rats azz?
Right!!,WHAT STARS?
capitalist pig

Beckley, WV

#18 Sep 16, 2012
My God, it must be terrible to live a life where you can only make snide remarks and ctiticize anyone who tries to make a difference. The DWS was sponsored by the United Way to raise money for the various programs sponsored by United Way. Local programs btw. It doesnt make a damn one way or the other if you like or dislike those who participated or if there were better people to dance. Those who were chosen or volunteered gave of their own time to benefit the community. You only look like a fool to criticise a worthwhile endeavor. You fools obviously have no idea how many lives the United Way touches in Southern WV. You should be ashamed. Go watch another episode of Honey Boo Boo and STFU about people who are actually out making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.
Stars

Beckley, WV

#19 Sep 16, 2012
It would have made more money to have cheaper tickets. Charging, IIRK,$100 to watch people dance for charity is ridiculous and gave it an aire of "upper class" to me. The average person trying to make ends meet, doesn't have $100 to buy a ticket, so they are made to feel unwelcome or unwanted at a charity event. They would have made more money if they had charged $10 minimum per ticket and if you wanted to donate more, you could. I donate plenty to various local charities, I just don't feel that I need my name in the paper to do so.
capitalist pig

Beckley, WV

#20 Sep 16, 2012
Stars wrote:
It would have made more money to have cheaper tickets. Charging, IIRK,$100 to watch people dance for charity is ridiculous and gave it an aire of "upper class" to me. The average person trying to make ends meet, doesn't have $100 to buy a ticket, so they are made to feel unwelcome or unwanted at a charity event. They would have made more money if they had charged $10 minimum per ticket and if you wanted to donate more, you could. I donate plenty to various local charities, I just don't feel that I need my name in the paper to do so.
Tell the truth, would you have really gone if the tickets only cost $10.00? Many of the tickets were purchased by companies and given to their employees. It was a good fund raiser for the community. Just say thank you to the participants and move on.
informed citizen

Oak Hill, WV

#21 Sep 16, 2012
Stars wrote:
It would have made more money to have cheaper tickets. Charging, IIRK,$100 to watch people dance for charity is ridiculous and gave it an aire of "upper class" to me. The average person trying to make ends meet, doesn't have $100 to buy a ticket, so they are made to feel unwelcome or unwanted at a charity event. They would have made more money if they had charged $10 minimum per ticket and if you wanted to donate more, you could. I donate plenty to various local charities, I just don't feel that I need my name in the paper to do so.
$10 per ticket? ROTFLMAO

The $75 was for food and entertainment to attend a tasteful, glitzy - very well organized FUNDRAISER -

NOT the door charge amount to enter a bar.
Mountaineer

Beckley, WV

#22 Sep 16, 2012
Stars wrote:
It would have made more money to have cheaper tickets. Charging, IIRK,$100 to watch people dance for charity is ridiculous and gave it an aire of "upper class" to me. The average person trying to make ends meet, doesn't have $100 to buy a ticket, so they are made to feel unwelcome or unwanted at a charity event. They would have made more money if they had charged $10 minimum per ticket and if you wanted to donate more, you could. I donate plenty to various local charities, I just don't feel that I need my name in the paper to do so.
I agree. I think they should have had kept the higher priced floor table tickets that included food and booze, then also sold balcony tickets for around $20 for folks who just wanted to come watch the competition. Everybody is not cut out for a "gala" event, but there were probably plenty of folks who would have liked to watch the dancing and support United Way.
Karma

Beckley, WV

#23 Sep 16, 2012
A fundraiser is always a good thing. The United Way needs the donations and I fully support any efforts in their behalf.
However,..... "The $75 was for food and entertainment to attend a tasteful, glitzy - very well organized FUNDRAISER". Tasteful and Glitzy? Really? Wow, says a whole lot about your exposure to the world outside of WV.

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