The Starlighters Dance Club Dance Event

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

Who Joined Us On The 9/17/2011 FoxFire Dance? (Page Two)

Page 1 - Arrival And Visiting | Page 2 - Who Was Here?
Page 3 - Serious Dancing

It's dinner time and everyone is sitting so out comes the camera and the attendees are captured...

Who attended the dance
Who was here this evening??? Click the picture to see the details

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Al and Margie from Cucamonga

Did You Know? - Rancho Cucamonga is a suburban city in San Bernardino County, California, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 165,269, up from 127,743 at the 2000 census. L. Dennis Michael was elected as Mayor on November 2, 2010. Jack Lam is the City Manager. The city was incorporated in 1977, as a result of a vote among the residents of the unincorporated communities of Alta Loma, Cucamonga, and Etiwanda.

Money's Best Places to Live 2006 ranked Rancho Cucamonga as #42 in America. Remembered by fans of comedian and radio personality Jack Benny who would often hear a train announcement made by Mel Blanc calling out: "Train leaving on track five for Anaheim, Azusa and Cucamonga!". This running gag became so well known that it eventually led to a statue of Benny in Cucamonga.

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Jim and Jan

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Wesley & Heidi Granger

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Ed and Michele Watson

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Judy and Richard Voltmer

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Newly engaged Mary Cote and Fred Acosta

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Adrienne and Bob Meehan

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Ron May & Kristen Powell

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Holly and Bill Henche

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Jan and Guy Talbott

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Andrea Talbot and John Clark

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Marsha and Dale Cook

  

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Doris and Bob Muschek

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Robert Margulies and Jeanine Clark

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Ivan and Barbara Bishop

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Charles and Almira Ida

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Nancy and David Smith

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Tom and Barbara Eldridge

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Millie and Bob Kegel... Fresh back from Hawaii

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Dale and Judy Edwards



Ralph and Elsa Moore

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Gary & Linda Greer


Second time guests: Craig Goll and Marianne Hanlon

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Pam and Joe Brand

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Devi and David Bellows

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Paula and Gray Kilmer

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Marilyn and Don Bailey

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Donna and Bob Zaitz

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Ed and Kathy Roberts from La Mirada

Did You Know? - La Mirada (Spanish for The View) was the creation of two men, Andrew McNally, a printer and mapmaker from Chicago (see Rand McNally) and his son-in-law Edwin Neff.

In 1888, McNally purchased over 2200 acres (8.9 km²) of Rancho Los Coyotes,[9] south of Whittier, for $200,000. He developed 700 acres (2.8 km²) into his own home called Windermere Ranch and surrounded it with olive, orange and lemon groves. McNally built a plant to process the olive oil, which was of the best quality, as well as a railroad station on Stage Road. From here his olive oil and fruit were shipped all over the U.S.

In 1896, McNally turned his property over to his daughter and his son in law. McNally and Neff formed the La Mirada Land Company, which published a booklet entitled "The Country Gentleman in California", advertising parcels of land for sale including pictures, a map and descriptions of the scenic olive, alfalfa, lemon and grapefruit groves.

In 1946, "Along Your Way", a "Station by Station Description of the Santa Fe Route Through the Southwest," describes La Mirada with a population of 213, surrounded by orange, lemon, walnut and olive groves; oil wells; olive oil factory; and fruit packing houses.


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Guests Lora and "AJ" Saam all the way from Sun City

Did You Know? - Sun City is a master-planned community for senior citizens over age 55. The four-square mile residential community has two public golf courses, two recreation centers with tennis courts and swimming pools, and a commercial center of small shops for resident consumers. Originally built in 1960, it was one of four "Sun Cities" designed by Del Webb who later created retirement communities in Arizona, Nevada and Florida in the 1970s and '80s.

The Del Webb company opened Sun City Palm Desert, California east of Palm Springs in 1991. Another development boom arrived in the late 1980s and 1990s with Menifee as another master-planned community on the southeast edge of Sun City, and as of 2005, the one-square-mile area of homes, condos, schools, retail shops, golf courses and tennis courts still grows.

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Guests Kristen and Hans Thedens from the hood.... They live close to the FoxFire

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Donna and Bob Zaitz

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Sue and Paul Liles

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"OK... who has the camera???"

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The band is getting their calorie fix so the dancing can begin

Time To Dance

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