It’s time once again for the annual Dancing with the Stars competition on Sunday, April 15, starting at 2 p.m. at the Flying Monkey in Plymouth.
This fun-filled event supports local non-profit Voices Against Violence. Last year Waterville Valley’s Director of Public Safety, Chris Hodges, competed. This year locals Todd and Cynthia Baldwin are among the six teams dancing their hearts out in a friendly competition to raise funds and awareness for Voices Against Violence. Audience members will vote for their favorite dancers. The real winner will be Voices Against Violence as all funds raised will go to the crisis services agency located in Plymouth, NH.
Cynthia and Todd met a number of years ago while skiing in Franconia, and they married shortly thereafter. The couple live in Goose Hollow, just down the road from Waterville Valley, but they spent a number of years working and living in Waterville Valley. Todd has retired from a number of successful ventures, but he stays involved in volunteer projects, conservation, and he is our current NH Fish & Game Commissioner for Grafton County. The Baldwins were inducted into the Waterville Valley Hall of Fame in 2015.