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Save the date of March 4, 2023 for our Dancing with the Stars fundraiser to benefit Faith in Action of Oakland County. It will be held at the San Marino Club in Troy and we will have a limit of tickets to be sold. Requests for ticket purchases are going very well. Please know we only have 10 front row tables. These will be filled by the first groups who purchase a whole table. The tickets will be $95 per person which will include a sit down dinner, an open bar and the best entertainment you could ever imagine.

· Please know there will be tables of 10 only, no larger or smaller tables will be available. If a table of 10 is ordered the cost of each ticket will be $90 each.

· If children under the age of 10 years old are attending, a child’s menu can be ordered for $15 each.

· Wrist bands will be required this year to all who have purchased tickets. (Dance celebrities will not have to have bands)


Ronnie Dahl

Ronnie Dahl is a longtime journalist in the Detroit area.  While best known for her tenacious reporting style, Ronnie has shifted focus to help keep the public informed during the Covid-19 crisis.  As host of The MegaCast, Ronnie is able to assist viewers navigate the pandemic thru long form interviews with elected leaders, business owners and decision makers. Follow Ronnie on social media:  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Deputy Harry Joseph

Deputy Harry Joseph is a decorated 22 year veteran of the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. He graduated Ferris State University with High Distinction in 1997. He has served with pride in the Marine Division , Corrections, Parks Unit, Road Patrol, Crash Reconstruction Unit, and 416 Traffic Unit where he was honored as Officer of the Year for the State of Michigan in 2011.

In 2013 he was awarded the L. Brooks Patterson Elite 40 under 40 program. Deputy Joseph has fostered over 60 rescue dogs as a volunteer with Last Day and Happy Days Dog Rescue. He is married and enjoys his role as a husband and father of two boys. Deputy Harry was also the winner of the Linda Lee Award for his Contemporary Dance of “A Song for Mama”.

Domenic Morelli

Domenic Morelli entered the roofing industry in 1979. He has been involved in energy savings programs since the early 90’s and was Charter Member of Energy Star in the Roofing Industry presenting on Environmentally Friendly, Sustainable, Green, and Cool Roofing Products with Solar and Daylighting. He has written several articles published in Contractors Guide, Florida Forum, and has been quoted within Roofing Contractor. Dom is a Co-Founder of Faith Works Michigan a 501c3 non-profit with a mission that serve’s God by serving others with disabilities and homeowners in financial need through home repair and improvement projects to keep them safe and improve the quality of their living conditions. Faith Works also engages with the next generation of young adults and students as we learn, mentor, encourage and empower each other to serve those in need. www.faithworksmichigan.org


Erika Erickson

Suprise Judge!

Hannah Jewell is the anchor of WNEM TV 5’s Weekend Wake-Up. She has earned an Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award in her time as a journalist. She joined the team in August, 2022. She also enjoys reporting in the community. Hannah came to TV5 from WITI FOX 6 in Milwaukee, where she covered an NBA Championship, social rights protests, effects of the pandemic, a Democratic National Convention, and multiple mass shootings. There, she was nominated for several Emmy awards. Prior to that, Hannah was a Detroit-based correspondent for WJBK FOX 2 News, where she interviewed leaders including Hillary Clinton and Rev. Jesse Jackson and covered rallies leading up to the 2020 election. She earned Emmy nominations for her reporting in Cuba, also for reports on Line 5 concerns, and conditions at Detroit Animal Control. Hannah is now honored to be a Judge for the Mission Possible 9 th Annual DWTS fundraiser to help the low-income elderly in Oakland County. For two years prior she was a dance contestant.


Jason Colthorp

Anchor/ Reporter - WDIV

Teachers have had a big impact on Jason’s career as a journalist. The first was Anne Russell, who guided Jason to the Manatee County Speech Contest title in fifth-grade. It was her crafting of the speech that made “My Date With Betty Crocker” a winner and gave Jason the early knack for public speaking. A few years later, that came in handy in Judy Krocker’s journalism class at Manatee High School. After a year of newscasts for the inaugural “Cane News,” Jason knew what he wanted to do -- be an anchor on “SportsCenter.” As a sports reporter at WILX in Lansing, that dream morphed into making it to the “TODAY Show” when he switched to the news game. After 15 years at WILX as a reporter and anchor, Jason joined Local 4 in January 2015 as a general assignment reporter.

Jason is a Lansing native and spent summers in Michigan and the school years in Florida. He graduated from Michigan State with a degree in journalism and is excited to finally live in “the D.” Feel free to email him with story ideas or ask him to host your charity event because he’s anxious to get out and see more of the city. Claim to Fame: A guest-host gig filling in for Regis Philbin on Live! With Regis & Kelly in 2009. Little Known Fact: Jason worked many-a-Saturday night as a wedding DJ. Look at his picture again -- he may have DJ’d your wedding.

Contact Us

Faith in Action of Oakland County
3252 University Dr. Ste.140
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
PHONE- 248-820-3767
EMAIL : faithinactionoakland@gmail.com