Stacia Gratke

Stacia Gratke

Stacia Gratke

Old National Bank

Stacia has been with Old National Bank since 2001. She has served many roles in those years and is committed to helping both new and long-term clients turn financial problems into solutions as a Relationship Banker. Stacia has also logged numerous volunteer hours annually at Pillars, Houdini Elementary, Kimberly High School, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce, Asset Builders, Wisconsin Banker’s Association & Mile of Music’s Bike to the Beat with Old National Bank’s ONe Community Volunteer Program. She has always been passionate about giving back by actively engaging in community service since her early teen years and is a proud 10-year member of the Kiwanis Club of Darboy where they are dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.

Stacia adores spending time with family and friends, especially watching movies, going to concerts, walking her dog, and dancing to Latin music and Zumba. She believes in empowerment, especially for women. She feels very excited to be involved with Shall We Dance and hopes it is a way to connect further with her community by bringing awareness and raising funds to support the Sexual Assault Crisis Center, while also having a little fun along the way.

Chuck Spencer, Valley Social

Chuck Spencer, co-owner of Valley Social, says his favorite dance is “the one that’s playing.” His energy and enthusiasm is what led him to become a teacher in 2003. Chuck graduated from Valley Social Ballroom Dance Teacher’s College and continues to train and polish his skills. Chuck’s talent as a dancer and teacher gives him a unique way to help the community. He has taken the stage as a professional dancer every year at Shall We Dance – since the very first year. Chuck also teaches charity lessons and performs for local businesses and non-profit organizations. He works closely with the Shooting Star Ballroom Dance Program – a program for area 5th and 6th graders, teaching social skills though ballroom dance. Chuck calls the Sexual Assault Crisis Center an “important and necessary” part of our community; he says: “I feel honored to be part of this event. I feel good knowing that all the hard work goes toward improving the Valley.”

Chuck Spencer

Rehearsal video coming soon!