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Archive for June, 2008

Friday Class

We had a good turnout for the Friday Night Class at YLI in Sacramento. We had a four couple set for each dance including a couple of newcomers. We would certainly love to have as many more people as we can get. Really, the more people in the class, the more fun everyone has. Since next Friday is July 4th we will not be having class, but we’d really love to see everyone in class on Friday July 11th.

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Our Board meeting

Technically we had two (count them two) board meetings on Saturday June 14, 2008.  Sandra, the outgoing chairperson called the first meeting to order somewhere around 6:30.  We approved the minutes of the last board meeting then assigned and approved posts for the new board.  John will become the Chair, Peggy will be the Vice Chair, Lynne will remain the Treasurer and Martha will retain the Secretary position.  Carol will be an ‘at large’ member of the board.   The meeting was then adjourned.

For technical reasons John called another board meeting to order for the purpose of approving the minutes of the first meeting.  The next board meeting is scheduled for September 2008.

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We danced…

We celebrated William’s graduation and Eagle Scout rank…

And we said goodbye to Sonya who is moving north…

And a good time was had by all.

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Don’t Forget….

The AGM is tonight!

Be there or be square 😉

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Originally uploaded by StyxMaker

This is the first year I’ve actually been able to take pictures of the dancing at the Camellia Festival. Since they didn’t allow flash even my digital SLR was being pushed to its limits to get the pictures

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Originally uploaded by StyxMaker

I just uploaded several pictures from this years Camellia Festival to my flickr account.

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Well Done!

William Fox has earned his Eagle Scout.

Congrats, William! I know you spent a lot of time and energy on your project.  You should feel very, very proud of your accomplishment.

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