JFS Dancing with our Stars 2016


Professionally Choreographed Dance Competition  -   Dinner


Oscar Jarnicki
Click Oscar's name above to see the total dollars on behalf of Oscar

Click below to see Oscar Jarnicki's dance taken from a GoPro at the foot of the stage

How long have you lived in Cincinnati?

All my life!


What is your profession?

I stopped working two years ago;  I was a past owner of Senior Healthcare and Behavioral Health Facilities. I am very proud of being a co-writer and producer for “Flying By,” a long-running movie that aired on the Lifetime Movie Network.


What about your volunteer history?

I’ve served on the board of Cedar Village, been past president of the Trade Association Chamber of Commerce, and have served on synagogue boards.


What are your hobbies? 

Music, movies, biking, golf.  And working out!


What’s your best dancing asset?

I’m willing.


What inspired you to dance for Jewish Family Service?

When you are asked to participate in a fun fundraiser for a worthy cause, you say yes!


What don't we know about you that would make someone want to support you? 

I have had a very public life, so everybody already knows everything about me.  I have a strong passion for organizations I believe in, like Jewish Family Service, so please support me!


What did your family say when you told them you were dancing?

“Go for it!” 

Dear friends, if you liked rockin' with me, wait till you see me dance! Help support Jewish Family Service to continue to help those in need...be generous and donate now!  

Oscar Jarnicki is raising money for Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati by competing in the 2018 Dancing with our Stars gala on November 3, 2018. Your support helps strengthen lives in times of need.

Jewish Family Service, a 501(c)3 non-profit agency, strengthens lives of people in times of need by providing social services that guide them along their road to stability, self-reliance, and personal growth.


Your support helps us promote stability and wellness to families experiencing hunger and mental illness; mentor youth toward reaching their highest potential in school and life; and assist older adults with the help they need to manage their independence and live the best quality life possible. 



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