What a night! What an event!The Southlake Newcomers Club held its 3rd Annual Dancing with Our Stars at the Dallas/Fort Worth Marriott Solana recently. And if you weren’t there, you missed a great event.Veteran newsman Jeff Crilley was the master of ceremonies. Crilley, along with dance judges Roxann Taylor, Dana Bailey and myself, added a sense of hilarity and entertainment that kept the audience in stitches all night long. Then, as if these individuals weren’t enough to make your sides ache, Dan Holmes, who served as auctioneer for the evening, joined in and not only brought in record bucks from each live auction item but had the audience rolling as he shot ping pong balls at them and gave a prize to whoever caught one.Let’s not forget the actual “stars” of the evening … dancers Jennifer Nix, Brent Casiglio, Terri Suresh, Scott Bailey, Candy Branson, Randie Kindle, Mary Grace Thoennes and David Hamlin. These amazing dancers were as good looking as they were talented. Great costumes and even more incredible talent.As a judge, I can honestly say it was extremely difficult to determine a winner. Difficult as it was, when it was all said and done, it was the team of Terri Suresh and Scott Bailey who took home the first-place trophy. If you were there, you probably guessed that Bailey got extra points for dressing up in a leotard during the final dance with Suresh when they performed their own rendition of Beyoncé’s video “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Yes, you are visualizing this correctly! It was truly the evening’s jaw dropping moment!I could not have been prouder of the dancers and the team that put this event together. Event chairpersons Judy Gaman and Carol Russo, along with committee members Sharon Asbury, Cheri Ross, Gayle Maxwell, Nancy Gilkey, Joann Jensen, Judy Black, Mary Grace Thoennes, Mary Sacklen, Linda Waldrop, Suzi Spinks-Grimm and Debbie Patterson, should be extremely pleased with their results. And based on the bids I saw at both the silent and live auction, their hard work has turned into big bucks for charity. Well done all.Talk about putting a smile on faces!Angel Wing lifts people upAngel Wing, a non-profit organization that provides comfort, compassion, hope and encouragement to those in need by delivering flowers and visiting those in hospitals, nursing homes, hospice units and other care facilities, as well as in private homes, is holding a benefit concert from 3-5 p.m. April 28 at Lakeside Presbyterian Church at 2701 W. Southlake Blvd. in Southlake. This organization makes a huge difference in the lives of those who are facing some of life’s greatest challenges.Celebrated soprano soloist Lynda Poston-Smith will perform with renowned pianist Robert Smith, chair of the piano department at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth. All proceeds will benefit the organization. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. They can be purchased by calling Angel Wing at 972-652-0636.