Deputy T. Jones is a proud Idaho Native and Boise resident since 2000. He began working for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office in 2010. He started his career as a detention deputy before transferring to patrol about three years ago. He loves his job and enjoys helping the community.
When Deputy Jones is off-duty he’s a basketball official at the high school level for the past 23 yrs and was fortunate enough to be selected to work six State Championship games. He worked at the collegiate level for 13 of those 23 yrs. Deputy Jones is an avid hunter and fisherman. He’s married to his beautiful wife Amber and together they have two sons; Cooper 15 and Caleb 9.
Deputy Jones is really looking forward to this event and the challenge it will bring. He’s happy to be helping with the American Cancer Society’s benefit, as this is a disease that has affected all of us to a certain degree. Thank you for supporting it as well. Lets get our Dance on!!!
Kelli Hunter was born and raised on a farm right here in the Treasure Valley and has been dancing at Heirloom Dance Studio for a little over 4 years. She has traveled and competed in many out of state events and competitions, placing 2nd right here in Boise, at Boise City Swing! Her main focus has been vintage dances, Lindy Hop and Balboa, and modern West Coast Swing, but she also enjoys Salsa, Bachata, Collegiate Shag and Tango. Kelli volunteers and teaches both Lindy Hop and West Coast Swing at Heirloom Dance Studio.
Kelli works full time job as the Supervisor at Aloft Transitions, a private young adult transition program. She also enjoys singing and writing music and released her first album in January 2016.
The American Cancer Society is very important to Kelli and she is dancing and teaching Lindy Hop in memory of her Aunt Mary who passed away from breast cancer almost 9 years ago. She loves and miss her dearly!