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Meet Lisa Hidalgo

Dancing with Anchors 2019 Contestant

About Lisa


Lisa is the Denver7 morning weather meteorologist who is a native and in love with Colorado.  Her career has taken her all over the state from Grand Junction to Colorado Springs and she even did a brief stint at a station in Las Vegas!  Lisa has a sweet husband, two sweet little girls and two sometimes-sweet Chihuahuas.  She loves reading (check out the Denver7 Book Club. Lisa selects a new book every month that the Tattered Cover will offer at a discount for the pick of the month), knitting and running.  She’s finished three marathons, including the Denver Marathon in 2017.  While practicing for the “2019 Dancing with the Anchors”, Lisa will also be logging a few miles on the dance floor.

Meet Lisa's Dance Partner

Kelvin Rico-Pineda

Kelvin began his professional dancing career with Salsa and from there all forms of ballroom dance. He has performed dance professionally with many of the productions being of his own choreography. He firmly believes that “every dance partner is an opportunity to make the world into a better place, and making a person feel better though dance is a gift with no price. Dancing does not end when you take your dancing shoes off, it remains with you wherever you go.”

Want to see some of Lisa's impromptu dance moves?

Take a look as she saves the day on set with a little jig! We can't wait to see what she does on the dance floor...

How does it work?

VOTING WITH YOUR DOLLARS BEFORE AND AT THE EVENT WILL DETERMINE THE WINNING TEAM – i.e. the team that raises the most money for Anchor Center, wins the competition, and the coveted Mirror Ball Trophy! Voting dollars are a charitable, tax-deductable donation benefiting the children and families of Anchor Center…and a fun way to support your favorite dance team.

IMPORTANT: Your contribution to Anchor Center for Blind Children qualifies for a 50% Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit on your CO state taxes. Example: give a $50 gift, get $25 back!

Lisa and Kelvin have my vote!