Heath has played the piano since he was six years old which probably ignited his love of dance.
He currently manages Brother’s at Willow Ranch in Young Harris and managed another popular restaurant for 9 years in Towns County.
Heath enjoys being involved with local fundraisers and being able to give back to the community. He was taught to dance by Dana Merritt, formerly of FieldStone Resort, in both Swing and Cha Cha. They practiced most weekends while others danced around them at the Firelight Lounge.
This is Heath’s second time dancing to help Enotah CASA and we are very grateful for his time and commitment.
Thirteen years ago Susan Stalcup moved to Union County, Georgia where she met the man of her dreams, Kevin. First and foremost, Susan is a mother to four wonderful children: Caitlynne, who graduates from college this year; Garrik, who serves in the U.S. Marines; Sydney, who plays soccer at LSU; and 9 month-old Serenity, who has been a late in life blessing. Susan is an active member of Youngstown Baptist Church where she enjoys working with the youth. Because she was adopted by her wonderful father, she is passionate about CASA and their work to give all children a voice. Susan is a personal trainer and the owner of North Georgia Extreme Boot Camp. When she is not working or spending time with her family, you can probably find her working out.