Angel Tuggle has always wanted to dance, just ask her parents. So when asked to participate in DWTS to raise money for the Harold S. Swindle Public Library and the Jackson County Arts Council, she couldn’t refuse.
A Gwinnet native, Angel made Jackson County her home 5 years ago. She earned the prestigious title of UGA Alumni in 2003 and a Masters of Library & Information Science in 2013. After managing libraries in both Barrow and Walton County, she found a home at the Nicholson Library in November of 2013. Since then, she has worked hard to fulfill the library’s mission to create young readers and foster lifelong learning by “providing services and materials which will empower people…and the quality of life in the community.” Your vote will help support the library’s 2015 Family Vacation Reading Program, which serves hundreds in the community.
When she’s not at the library, she spends her spare time cookin’ good food and sittin’ by the campfire with her Marine and four legged babies.
TAYLOR ZUERCHER – Professional Dancer
Taylor Zuercher has been taking dance instruction in jazz, tap, contemporary, ballet, point and hip-hop since the age of four. She attended Carolina Dance Center, where she danced competitively for eight years, and Myrtle Beach School of Performing Arts. Taylor went on to earn a Bachelor of fine Arts in Musical Theater from the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University in 2014. She has taught a wide range of dance styles to students from three to eighteen at several different organizations. A competitive gymnast for nine years, Taylor continues to strengthen her acrobatic skills.
Currently, Taylor is an instructor at the Integrity Dance Academy in Auburn, Georgia. New to northern Georgia, Taylor is excited to start her new career at the Integrity Dance Academy – and to partner with Angel in “Dancing with the Stars – Jackson County Style!”
To learn more about Integrity Dance Academy please visit www.integritydanceacademy.com .
ABOUT HAROLD S. SWINDLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
The Nicholson Public Library opened in 1975 and the present building dates from 1990. While Nicholson is a town of only 1700 people, the library serves both the city and the surrounding area and last year 23,090 patrons visited the library.
The library’s mission statement is to:
“Provide service and materials that will empower people, raise their aspirations, enhance their employability, and build active citizenship and quality of life in the community.”
The library does this by
- Creating young readers and encouraging early literacy
- Promoting Life Long Learning for all ages
- Connecting the public to the Online World though Internet Access
Visit www.nicholson.prlib.org for Library Hours and directions.