Piqua Arts Council highlights dancers, Craig and Nancy Mullenbrock

For the Miami Valley Today

PIQUA — The Piqua Arts Council is thrilled to highlight Craig and Nancy Mullenbrock, participants in the 2022 Dancing with the Piqua Stars. This year’s competition takes place on Saturday, April 23, with a dessert matinee at 1 p.m., and the dinner performance at 6 p.m., held at Romer’s Catering in Piqua. Craig and Nancy will be competing against four other couples in stride to win the famous and prized Mirror Ball Trophy, all while supporting the arts in their community.

Craig is the owner of Mullenbrock & Associates of Ameriprise Financial in Piqua. He has earned degrees from both Northland College and Michigan Technological University. Craig and his wife, Nancy, have been married since 1978, and together, they have two sons. His hobbies include traveling and exploring fine wine. Craig is participating in Dancing with the Piqua Stars to “support the Arts in Piqua.”

Nancy has worked at Mullenbrock & Associates for a number of years, arranging special events and providing concierge services. She and her husband of 43 years have two sons, both of whom grew up here in Piqua. Having lived in Piqua for 40 years, Nancy has volunteered for various local organizations including the Piqua Arts Council, the local chapter of the American Red Cross, Johnston Farm & Indian Agency, and more. Nancy explains her reason for participating in Dancing with the Piqua Stars, “I believe in supporting the arts in our community.”

If you would like to vote for Craig & Nancy Mullenbrock or support other dancers, please visit www.PiquaArtsCouncil.org/dancing. Tickets are available for purchase on on the Piqua Arts Council webpage, as well as at Readmore’s Hallmark in Piqua (cash/check only) or the Piqua Arts Council office at 427 N. Main St. in Piqua (cash/check/credit card). Matinee tickets are $10 each, and dinner tickets are $30 each. Buy your tickets now!