October Presidential Ponderings

October Presidential Ponderings

Date added to ADN: Thu, April 20, 2017
Originally Published: Sat, October 19, 2013

October Presidential Ponderings

Hello Dancers,

I was unable to attend this month's dance (my daughter thought I should be at her wedding) but l hear there was a good time had by those who were there. We want to thank Steve Reynolds for coming up from Clio and teaching the swing lesson.

This November is our chapter's 17th anniversary. Come and join in the festivities Friday the 8th. Bring a friend and learn the Foxtrot taught by Carla Nemeth. The lesson starts at 7pm. The November board will be our annual general meeting. This will be held at the Grace A. Dow Library in Midland at 6:15pm in conference room A.

In the future we are planning on surveying our dancers to see what we are doing right and where we can make improvements. We need your input to make sure we are providing the best dance experience for our members and guests.

I would also like to give a special thanks to Lon Wackerle for volunteering to help with the Autumn Serenade Ball.


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