The Pennyroyal Arts Council & Sanctuary, Inc. present Dancing with Our Stars on Saturday, September 7, 2019. Proceeds from the event and the funds raised during the dancing festivities will support the missions of the Pennyroyal Arts Council and Sanctuary, Inc.
Each donation made to a specific team will put that team closer to taking home the top title in the Dancing With Our Stars competition. And don't worry, you'll have plenty of ways to support us and our charities during the September 7 event as well!
ABOUT TRACI MASON & GREG PERRY
Greg Perry was born and raised in Hopkinsville, and graduated from Hopkinsville High School in 1982. Greg is an avid sports fan. He played baseball & softball growing up and then returned to his alma mater to coach baseball at Hopkinsville High School. He was the assistant coach from the mid 90’s to 2007, then was the head coach from 2007 to 2009 and then again from 2014 to 2016. Greg’s greatest memory from coaching is is winning the Regional Tournament in 2015.
Greg has 3 sons, Tyler, Jarod and Wade. He also has two grandchildren, Ella and Conner. He is engaged to his dance partner, Traci Mason.
Greg owns and manages West Side Body Shop, which is located on Clay Street in Hopkinsville. West Side Body Shop is a family owned business that has been owned and operated locally by the Perry family for over 50 years.
When Greg is not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf.
Why did Greg decide to be a celebrity dancer? “I think I agreed in a weak moment…LOL. But this event is for two great organizations and I am looking forward to the challenge.”
Traci Mason is the Sales Manager at WHOP Radio Group, Lite Rock 98.7 and NewsRadio 1230AM/95.3FM and has been there for the past 16 years. Traci was raised in Southern Illinois in Vienna, IL and graduated from Vienna High School. She then received her Bachelors degree from SIU- Carbondale and in 2017 she received her MBA from Murray State University.
Traci has two children, Layton, age 15, attends Hopkinsville High School and Maddie, age 13, attends Hopkinsville Middle School.
As an active community member, Traci works with the Western Ky State Fair Board, serves on the Hopkinsville YMCA Board, is a past Chamber Diplomat, and has helped with the Alzheimer Walk.
In her spare time, Traci enjoys exercising, reading, and being with her family and friends.
As a child, Traci took tap and jazz classes. She was a cheerleader all through middle school and then in High School she was on the dance team.
Why did Traci decide to be a celebrity dancer? “I am so excited to be part of this year's DWOS! This event supports two great organizations in our community! How could I say NO to that!"
The mission of the Pennyroyal Arts Council is to encourage, develop, and promote the appreciation of the Arts through Education, Support, Service, and Presentation. Sanctuary, Inc. is committed to the provision of preventative and restorative services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.