The Starlighters Dance Club Dance Event

To watch us dance is to hear our hearts speak.  ~Hopi Indian Saying

Quick... Snap Their Pictures While They Are Sitting Down (Page Two)

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Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance

Did You Know? - The word 'fork' comes from the Latin furca, meaning "pitchfork." The ancient Greeks used[1] the fork as a serving utensil, and it is also mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, in the Book of I Samuel 2:13 ("The custom of the priests with the people was that when any man offered sacrifice, the priest's servant came, while the fresh flesh was boiling, with a fork of three teeth in his hand..."). Bone forks had been found in the burial site of Qijia culture as well as later Chinese dynasties' tombs.


Forks, 8th–9th centuries. Molded bronze with stamped decoration.

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Flowers and candles... life is indeed good

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
The table is finihsed off when the wine appears


The Starlighter Wine Glasses

Dinner Is Served


Chrip! Chirp!

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Guests Peggy & Dick Jones

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Guests: Mary & Sam Johnson

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Jan & Paul Morin

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Mikelle & Ed Watson

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Judy & Richard Voltmer

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Nita and Neal Woolston

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Marilyn & Don Bailey

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
The Martins

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Paula & Grey Kilmer

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Jan & Guy Talbott


Normally Guy brings his regular wine glass

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Holly & Bill Hencke

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Charles & Almira Ida

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Barbara & Tom Ethridge

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Kaye & Don Rollins

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Mary Cote & Fred Acosta

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Kent & Judith Dickinson


Don't mess with the bread

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Dale & Marsha Cook

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Guests: George & Shiela Franklin

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Linda & Gary Grear


The soup was interesting


Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Bob & Adrienne Meehan

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Barbara & Ivan Bishop

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Janine & Robert Marguiles

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Kathy & Ed Roberts

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Donna Zaita (Bob's behind the camera)

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
They found another cameraman


The octopus had a different flavor tonight

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Alan Mannason & Pat Nyborg

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Lee & Marcia Brander


Marcia special ordered dinner for Leon this evening

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Leon will get even

The Real Thing Was Really Good

Dinner is served at the 2011 Starlighters Summer Casual Dance
Dancing fuel

Did You Know? - Fuel is any material that stores energy th\ater be extracted to perform mechanical work in a controlled manner. Most fuels used by humans undergo combustion, a redox reaction in which a combustible substance releases energy after it ignites and reacts with the oxygen in the air. Other processes used to convert fuel into energy include various other exothermic chemical reactions and nuclear reactions, such as nuclear fission or nuclear fusion. Fuels are also used in the cells of organisms in a process known as cellular respiration, where organic molecules are oxidized to release usable energy. Hydrocarbons are by far the most common source of fuel used by humans, but many other substances, such as radioactive metals, are currently used as well.

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