Monthly Archives: September 2009

  • Getting Involved at MSC

    Posted on September 30, 2009 by lauraet in USA Dance.

    Tweet A few weeks ago, Daniel and I attended the “Get Involved” fair, an event showcasing student organizations and community groups, at Macon State College.  We helped represent USA Dance Greater Macon #6059 in hopes of attracting students to our classes and events.  It was so much fun to dance in the lobby of the […]

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  • Workshop and dance tomorrow!

    Posted on September 26, 2009 by lauraet in Uncategorized.

    Tweet We hope to see you all tomorrow afternoon at the Howard Community Club where Jim Riley will be teaching a workshop on the Waltz.  Here are the details: You will learn footwork and styling, leading and following, timing and rhythm, and a choreographed routine to use for practice and social dancing. This workshop will […]

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  • October is competition time

    Posted on September 21, 2009 by lauraet in Uncategorized.

    Tweet In October we are competing on two consecutive weekends.  Can you believe it?  One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2009 was to do 3 dance competitions; by the end of next month we’ll have done 4.  Woohoo!  Here’s where we’re going: On October 18 we’ll be dancing at the SouthEastern Amateur Challenge that […]

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  • Dancing for Literacy in Warner Robins

    Posted on September 20, 2009 by lauraet in dance events, USA Dance.

    Tweet Last night, USA Dance Greater Macon Chapter #6059 had the honor to be invited to the annual Les Still Big Band Night at the Warner Robins Civic Center. The event is a fundraiser for the Houston County Certified Literate Community Program, an organization promoting adult literacy, and this year’s event was the 9th annual […]

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  • Back To School

    Posted on September 7, 2009 by lauraet in Uncategorized.

    Tweet Granted, we Southern types have already been in school for weeks, but Labor Day weekend is the traditional end of summer.  Time to pack away the bathing suits and lawn chairs and get out the pencils and notebooks–or in our case, the pencils, notebooks, and dancing shoes!  Paula East has been working hard on […]

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