If you’re looking for something fun and different to do Saturday night, head over to the Warren County High School gymnasium for the second Tennessee Entertainment Live show. The event beginning at 6 p.m. will showcase the talents of many Warren County residents and is a fundraiser for the Pioneerettes.
Several groups are slated to perform including the WCHS choir, WCHS Pioneer Pride Marching Band, WCHS cheerleaders, WCMS cheerleaders, Warren Energy/ Extreme All-Star cheerleaders, Paula’s Dance Academy, Pioneerettes and the California Club.
Pioneerette alumni will perform a reunion dance recently presented for the audience of Dancing With Our Stars, a fundraiser for Relay for Life. The team is composed of past Pioneerettes who danced in the 1980s and ’90s.
The high school chorus has been a crowd pleaser ever since its return to the WCHS curriculum last year. The choir, under the direction of Kennette Dixon, performs at many community events and gatherings.
Participants who attend the Pioneerettes Fall Dance Clinic the morning of Nov. 16 will also perform during the show and the Nov. 25 basketball game.
Pioneerette coach Chris Ledbetter said, “The Pioneerettes are looking forward to being able to dance with the community. We hope everyone comes out and has fun. Bring family, friends and come to the show.”
Admission is $5 and includes all performances.