Dancing Lifts the Spirits
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President's Corner
Summer is still here, but soon we can look forward to a change in season.  We've danced through the heat and now can look forward to cooler weather in the fall.

Our Luau Dance, took us to Hawaii for the night complete with tropical shirts and dresses, leis and even a Pineapple Upsidedown Cake for our July birthday celebrators. 

Comfy attire and yummy hot dogs made the stop at the County Fair a fun evening. Our DJ Butch, not only gave us great music to dance to, but he brought a "killer" slaw to put on our hot dogs.

Speaking of fall, for the months of October and November, we will be going back to our regular schedule of two dances a month.  The first Saturday of each month will be our Birthday Dances with complimentary cake being served and Bill Dimmitt being our deejay.  On October 19th, we will be celebrating an early Halloween with our Costume Ball.  Everyone is invited to wear a costume, be it funny, scary or just plain weird.  If wearing a costume isn't your bag, wear something black, orange or purple.  Then on November 16th, ballroom goes a little bit Country.  This is your chance to don your blue jeans, boots and hats and enjoy truly danceable country music mixed in with your ballroom favorites.  Butch Phillips will be our deejay for both of these dances.

Mark your calendars now so you don't miss out on our Grand Holiday Ball on December 14th.  This is truly a special evening.  It is a semi-formal dance and will be set in an elegant holiday setting.  Please note, that this will be our only dance in December.

In closing, I'd like to mention a few things to make sure our dances are fun and safe for everyone.  If you're sitting in the chairs bordering the floor, please push them in when you get up to dance.  They can pose quite a tripping hazard. If you're a beginner or non-traveling dancer, stay in the center of the floor so those that do travel can go around you on the outside.  Lastly, try to go light on perfume or colognes.  Some of our dancers are quite sensitive/allergic to them.  

All of these dances, not to mention cooler weather, make it a perfect time to join us on the dance floor.  I'm looking forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, remember

Dancing Lifts the Spirit
~Debbie Piotte