Solicitor-General Donna Coleman-Stribling invites local dancers to participate in the 2nd annual Dancing with the DeKalb Stars


DECATUR, Ga. (June 26, 2018) – The Office of the DeKalb County Solicitor-General is looking for experienced dancers to partner with DeKalb “stars” participating in the 2nd Annual Dancing with the DeKalb Stars, Domestic Violence Fundraiser and Resource Expo. Those interested are encouraged to submit a headshot, resume and/or reel to Dionne McGee at by July 1.

Dancing with the DeKalb Stars is a dance competition featuring members of DeKalb County’s legal, public safety, business and civic communities. The “DeKalb Stars,” will partner with dance professionals to perform a routine and compete for two titles, “Judge’s Favorite,” and “Audience Favorite.” Proceeds generated through ticket sales and sponsorships will benefit the International Women’s House and the Women’s Resource Center to End Domestic Violence. The event is set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 20.

The inaugural Dancing with the DeKalb Stars saw an overwhelming response from the community with over 500 attendees and exceeding fundraising goals for the two benefitting non-profits. The event not only assists local non-profits, but gives dance professionals an opportunity to showcase their talent.





About The Office of the DeKalb County Solicitor-General

The Office of the DeKalb County Solicitor-General, led by Donna Coleman-Stribling, prosecutes criminal misdemeanor offenses filed in the State Court of DeKalb County. These crimes generally include domestic violence, elder abuse, cruelty to children, vehicular homicide, drunk driving, stalking and harassment, trespassing, and animal cruelty. The Solicitor-General’s Office handles more than 13,000 cases annually and consists of a staff of attorneys, investigators, victim-witness advocates, community prosecutor, legal secretaries, and a communications director. The Office prides itself on the professional and impartial prosecution of crimes while working closely with police and members of the community to develop strategies to prevent crimes before they occur. Stay informed by following us on Facebook and Twitter.



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