TV star pitches in for a good C.A.U.S.E.

Actor Scott Michael Foster recently joined the ranks of some of TV’s biggest stars, including Anthony Edwards, in ABC’s newest show, Zero Hour. You may remember Foster from ABC Family’s Greek or Californication, but before those shows took off he had his humble beginnings right here in southern Denton County.

Foster has been a longtime supporter of the Sue Weaver C.A.U.S.E. and has emceed the non-profit’s annual fundraising gala almost every year since its inception. This year will be no exception as the event moves to an even larger venue.

The 4th Annual Dancing for C.A.U.S.E. will be held at Texas Motor Speedway on March 2.

Join the local community for an evening of live dance entertainment, gourmet dinner, specialty cocktails, a large silent auction, a well stocked wine pull, and Bubbles & Baubles (including a chance to win a real diamond).

This event was the first of its kind in the Metroplex and is modeled after the hit show “Dancing with the Stars”.

Local ‘celebrities’ from the community will team up with a group of professionals and perform live at the event. Senator Jane Nelson of Flower Mound is this year’s honorary chair.

Tickets, Tables, & Sponsorships are available at Tickets are $125 each or $1,000 for a table of 8. Guests are also welcome to make a reservation at the Marriott near TMS for a discounted rate.

Dancing for C.A.U.S.E. will benefit The Sue Weaver C.A.U.S.E.- a non-profit organization founded by Flower Mound resident Lucia Bone in memory of her sister, Cathy Sue Weaver, who was sexually assaulted and beaten to death in her suburban Orlando, Florida home on August 27, 2001.

Six months prior to her death, Weaver had contracted with a major department store to have the air ducts in her home cleaned. Unbeknownst to her, both of the men sent on the service call had criminal records, and one of the men was a twice-convicted sex offender on parole.

The Sue Weaver C.A.U.S.E. is working to ensure criminal background checks are required on all workers sent to consumers’ homes. Likewise, the education of consumers and the safety of their families with regards to who they allow into their homes is a top priority in the mission of C.A.U.S.E.

Every dollar received directly supports C.A.U.S.E.‘s ability to offer consumers a free resource to find safer workers at This resource, C.A.U.S.E. Certification, requires annual proper criminal background checks on anyone working at consumers’ homes or with the vulnerable populations.

For more information, contact Lucia Bone, Founder, The Sue Weaver C.A.U.S.E., at (877) 450-5812 or [email protected] You can also visit their website at


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