Danielle Orlando-Kepner, D.C.
Dr. Danielle Orlando-Kepner, Wellness Director and Doctor of Chiropractic, Healthbridge in Bel Air, is raising funds for the Maryland Center for the Arts by learning a ballroom dance routine, which she will present at the Center's Gala Dinner and Ballroom Dance Competition on Saturday, June 4, at the Delta Hotels, Hunt Valley. You can support Danielle and the arts by making a donation, buying a ticket to the dinner to watch her dance, sponsoring the event, placing an ad in the Gala program, or buying a raffle ticket for a chance to win one of three fabulous prizes. Click on any button for more information.
Here's why Danielle is dancing for the arts:
"I am dancing to further access to the arts for all in my community and to encourage others to step out of their comfort zone and take a risk to learn something new.
Art influences the community by challenging opinions, changing ideas, instilling hope and sharing experiences across arbitrary boundaries. Studies show art affects one's sense of self. Dance, painting, music, sculpture and other arts share the collective memories of society and also allow others to express dreams for the future."