Monthly Archives: August 2010

  • Workshop With Eddie!

    Posted on August 29, 2010 by lauraet in in other news, lessons.

    Tweet At last year’s Stars over Macon Ball, Eddie Ares generously offered to come to Macon to give a free dance workshop.  It’s taken almost a year but the workshop date has finally been scheduled: Sunday, September 26, from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. at the Howard Community Club.  After the workshop, our dance will start […]

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  • Latest videos

    Posted on August 19, 2010 by lauraet in competitions.

    Tweet Got video from Greenville uploaded a couple of nights ago; video from the Carlyle Place exhibition on August 9 is still waiting on permission from one of the participants.  Enjoy some views of us and our fellow dancers already fully dressed, made up, and competing before 10 a.m.  Competition days are loooooooooong sometimes!

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  • Dance-On

    Posted on August 15, 2010 by lauraet in competitions.

    Tweet We are back from the Greenville Newcomers Challenge, where we had an excellent time and danced a lot. No, seriously: A LOT.  See, pro-am competitions are different from all-amateur events in that there are a lot more categories and combinations of dances at a pro-am.  We have traveled to USA Dance comps and danced […]

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  • Upcoming Shenanigans

    Posted on August 8, 2010 by lauraet in Uncategorized.

    Tweet On Monday, August 9 we return to the stage at Carlyle Place to present a dance exhibition for their “Dinner Theatre” series.  We are dancing a cha-cha and a swing; Jim Riley and Dianne Kent are dancing a waltz; Jim (who will be busy) is dancing a tango with Paula East; and Cameron Pyle […]

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  • Dancing for our Heroes 2010

    Posted on August 7, 2010 by lauraet in dance events, USA Dance.

    Tweet Behold, I bring you photos and video from last weekend’s “Dancing for our Heroes” charity ball, hosted by Dance Houston County to benefit Hearts to Heroes and the Wounded Warrior Project. Each organization was presented with a check for $1000, and Dance Houston Country received an American flag presented by Daughters of the American […]

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