Gallery: Dancing with the Clinton County Stars


Sonya Crawford and Dessie Rogers dance to “Imma Be.”

Sonya Crawford and Dessie Rogers dance to “Imma Be.”


Bobbie Jo Schlaegel, center, won the judge’s pick and took home a trophy.


Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley, right, proclaims Saturday, October 24, to be Charlie and Rhonda Day and presents Rhonda Wheasler, left, with the proclamation and a key to the city of Wilmington.


From left, (front) director Rhonda Wheasler, pro partners Dessie Rogers and Erin Moore, stars Sarah Hawley, Dr. Jill Thompson, Sonya Crawford, Leva Bath and Bobbie Schlaegel, 2014 winner Terri Roberts, (back) stars Jessie Littleton, Rick Hosler, Tim Wiederhold, Duane Weyand, Greg Nielsen and pro partners Timothy Larrick and Cole Haugh.


Dr. Jill Thompson, took home the mirror ball trophy for most omoney raised after narrowly beating Greg Nielsen by less than $2 and the audience’s pick, which is determined by volume of applause.


Timothy Wiederhold rips off a pair a pants and twirls them during his dancing to a mix of country music songs, which he danced to with Timothy Larrick, left.


Students of the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio also performed in two numbers, including this Bollywood performance.


Sarah Hawley and Cole Haugh dance disco to “Disco Inferno.”


Dessie Rogers and Jesse Littleton, of Gran Bel Fisher, dance to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”


Dessie Rogers and Duane Weyand, chief of police for Wilmington, dance the jive to “Jailhouse Rock.”


Risk Hosler dances funky freestyle in the audience to “Soul Man.”


Dr. Jill Thompson stands over Cole Haugh during their dance to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”


Bryan Wallingford learns how to do the nae nae from 8-year-old Lauren Diels.


From left, Cole Haugh, Dr. Willard Lane and Timothy Larrick dance to “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head.”


Bobbie Jo Schlaegel and Cole Huagh dance the Rumba.


Leva Bath, left, and Timothy Larrick, dance the Charleston.


Greg Nielsen, CEO of Clinton Memorial Hospital Regional Health System, and Erin Moore dance the foxtrot.


Terri Roberts, center, in red, Cole Haugh and dancers from the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio dance to “All that Jazz.”


Sonya Crawford and Dessie Rogers dance to “Imma Be.”

Bobbie Jo Schlaegel, center, won the judge’s pick and took home a trophy.

Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley, right, proclaims Saturday, October 24, to be Charlie and Rhonda Day and presents Rhonda Wheasler, left, with the proclamation and a key to the city of Wilmington.

From left, (front) director Rhonda Wheasler, pro partners Dessie Rogers and Erin Moore, stars Sarah Hawley, Dr. Jill Thompson, Sonya Crawford, Leva Bath and Bobbie Schlaegel, 2014 winner Terri Roberts, (back) stars Jessie Littleton, Rick Hosler, Tim Wiederhold, Duane Weyand, Greg Nielsen and pro partners Timothy Larrick and Cole Haugh.

Dr. Jill Thompson, took home the mirror ball trophy for most omoney raised after narrowly beating Greg Nielsen by less than $2 and the audience’s pick, which is determined by volume of applause.

Timothy Wiederhold rips off a pair a pants and twirls them during his dancing to a mix of country music songs, which he danced to with Timothy Larrick, left.

Students of the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio also performed in two numbers, including this Bollywood performance.

Sarah Hawley and Cole Haugh dance disco to “Disco Inferno.”

Dessie Rogers and Jesse Littleton, of Gran Bel Fisher, dance to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”

Dessie Rogers and Duane Weyand, chief of police for Wilmington, dance the jive to “Jailhouse Rock.”

Risk Hosler dances funky freestyle in the audience to “Soul Man.”

Dr. Jill Thompson stands over Cole Haugh during their dance to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”

Bryan Wallingford learns how to do the nae nae from 8-year-old Lauren Diels.

From left, Cole Haugh, Dr. Willard Lane and Timothy Larrick dance to “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head.”

Bobbie Jo Schlaegel and Cole Huagh dance the Rumba.

Leva Bath, left, and Timothy Larrick, dance the Charleston.

Greg Nielsen, CEO of Clinton Memorial Hospital Regional Health System, and Erin Moore dance the foxtrot.

Terri Roberts, center, in red, Cole Haugh and dancers from the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio dance to “All that Jazz.”

Sonya Crawford and Dessie Rogers dance to “Imma Be.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_06533.jpgSonya Crawford and Dessie Rogers dance to “Imma Be.”

Bobbie Jo Schlaegel, center, won the judge’s pick and took home a trophy.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_06962.jpgBobbie Jo Schlaegel, center, won the judge’s pick and took home a trophy.

Wilmington Mayor Randy Riley, right, proclaims Saturday, October 24, to be Charlie and Rhonda Day and presents Rhonda Wheasler, left, with the proclamation and a key to the city of Wilmington.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_07072.jpgWilmington Mayor Randy Riley, right, proclaims Saturday, October 24, to be Charlie and Rhonda Day and presents Rhonda Wheasler, left, with the proclamation and a key to the city of Wilmington.

From left, (front) director Rhonda Wheasler, pro partners Dessie Rogers and Erin Moore, stars Sarah Hawley, Dr. Jill Thompson, Sonya Crawford, Leva Bath and Bobbie Schlaegel, 2014 winner Terri Roberts, (back) stars Jessie Littleton, Rick Hosler, Tim Wiederhold, Duane Weyand, Greg Nielsen and pro partners Timothy Larrick and Cole Haugh.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_07323.jpgFrom left, (front) director Rhonda Wheasler, pro partners Dessie Rogers and Erin Moore, stars Sarah Hawley, Dr. Jill Thompson, Sonya Crawford, Leva Bath and Bobbie Schlaegel, 2014 winner Terri Roberts, (back) stars Jessie Littleton, Rick Hosler, Tim Wiederhold, Duane Weyand, Greg Nielsen and pro partners Timothy Larrick and Cole Haugh.

Dr. Jill Thompson, took home the mirror ball trophy for most omoney raised after narrowly beating Greg Nielsen by less than $2 and the audience’s pick, which is determined by volume of applause.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_07222.jpgDr. Jill Thompson, took home the mirror ball trophy for most omoney raised after narrowly beating Greg Nielsen by less than $2 and the audience’s pick, which is determined by volume of applause.

Timothy Wiederhold rips off a pair a pants and twirls them during his dancing to a mix of country music songs, which he danced to with Timothy Larrick, left.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_05852.jpgTimothy Wiederhold rips off a pair a pants and twirls them during his dancing to a mix of country music songs, which he danced to with Timothy Larrick, left.

Students of the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio also performed in two numbers, including this Bollywood performance.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_05572.jpgStudents of the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio also performed in two numbers, including this Bollywood performance.

Sarah Hawley and Cole Haugh dance disco to “Disco Inferno.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_04902.jpgSarah Hawley and Cole Haugh dance disco to “Disco Inferno.”

Dessie Rogers and Jesse Littleton, of Gran Bel Fisher, dance to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_05352.jpgDessie Rogers and Jesse Littleton, of Gran Bel Fisher, dance to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin.’”

Dessie Rogers and Duane Weyand, chief of police for Wilmington, dance the jive to “Jailhouse Rock.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_04072.jpgDessie Rogers and Duane Weyand, chief of police for Wilmington, dance the jive to “Jailhouse Rock.”

Risk Hosler dances funky freestyle in the audience to “Soul Man.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_04592.jpgRisk Hosler dances funky freestyle in the audience to “Soul Man.”

Dr. Jill Thompson stands over Cole Haugh during their dance to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_03552.jpgDr. Jill Thompson stands over Cole Haugh during their dance to “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”

Bryan Wallingford learns how to do the nae nae from 8-year-old Lauren Diels.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_03253.jpgBryan Wallingford learns how to do the nae nae from 8-year-old Lauren Diels.

From left, Cole Haugh, Dr. Willard Lane and Timothy Larrick dance to “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_03172.jpgFrom left, Cole Haugh, Dr. Willard Lane and Timothy Larrick dance to “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head.”

Bobbie Jo Schlaegel and Cole Huagh dance the Rumba.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_02942.jpgBobbie Jo Schlaegel and Cole Huagh dance the Rumba.

Leva Bath, left, and Timothy Larrick, dance the Charleston.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_02832.jpgLeva Bath, left, and Timothy Larrick, dance the Charleston.

Greg Nielsen, CEO of Clinton Memorial Hospital Regional Health System, and Erin Moore dance the foxtrot.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_02562.jpgGreg Nielsen, CEO of Clinton Memorial Hospital Regional Health System, and Erin Moore dance the foxtrot.

Terri Roberts, center, in red, Cole Haugh and dancers from the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio dance to “All that Jazz.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/10/web1_DSC_06712.jpgTerri Roberts, center, in red, Cole Haugh and dancers from the Wilmington Performing Arts Studio dance to “All that Jazz.”