Josh Cagle, a proud husband, father, & business owner in Dahlonega, is excited to put on his dancing shoes to support the worthy work done by Enotah CASA. Living in Dahlonega since 1996, his wife, Charity, still jokingly reminds him he’s not fully a nugget. Running West Cleaners since 2009 has been a great pleasure for him, as he gets to mingle with locals daily. When he’s not keeping up with his 6 year old, Camden, he can been found in a bee suit, harvesting honey & tending bees. In his younger days, you could always count on him to get folks on the dance floor & he’s hoping he hasn’t lost his touch!
Cindy Barnes is a Native of Lumpkin County and proud to call Dahlonega home. She is a graduate of Lumpkin County High where she began her love for dance. She also volunteers at the Dahlonega-Lumpkin Chamber and Visitor Bureau. Cindy’s dance studio specializes in Appalachian traditional clogging. Choreographing creative routines, her teams have won competitions and have been featured in the social media spotlight. Cindy has taught programs at local schools & Parks and Recreation. She has also taught continuing educational courses at the the University of North Georgia. She enjoys the outdoors, hiking and canoeing. Her hobbies include learning to pick the mandolin, ukulele & playing the fiddle. Cindy is a member of the Southeastern Bluegrass Association.