Starlighters November 2011 Dance (Page Two)

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

Who Was At The Winter Formal?

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Can You Find You?


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Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

Table #1

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
We began with an interesting salad...

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Tom and Barbara Eldridge

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Darwin & Margie Bolsinger

Table #2

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Adrienne and Bob Meehan

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Cliff and Jan Thompson

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Kay and Don Rollins

Don & Joanne Heath Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Joanne and Don Heath

Table #3

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
This table ate very slowly... We wonder why?

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Amy and Ken White (Guests this evening)

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Marianne (getting teased by Ken) and Craig

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Bob (Mr. Glamor) and Donna Zaitz

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Sue and Paul Liles

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
All smiles

Table #4

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Who ordered the caviar burger??

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Kent & Judy Dickinson

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Ivan and Barbara Bishop

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Janine Clark and Robert Margulies

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Linda and Gary Grear

Table #5

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
After dinner reminder... Exercise

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
John Clark and Andrea Talbott

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Jan and Guy Talbott

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Holly and Bill Henche

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
We reminded Holly gently about the Catalina Avalon Ball trip in May....

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Ed & Mikelle Watson

Table #6

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Watch out for the strawberries

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Millie and Bob Kegel

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Barbara and Frank Martin

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Mimi and David Gaudette

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Judy and Dale Edwards

Table #7

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Pat Nyborg and Alan Mannason

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Marilyn and Don Bailey


Softies....

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Devi and David Bellows....
Note: They were in formal attire BUT David left to get the USC game score so we missed them....

Table #8

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Doris and Bob Muschek

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Heidi and Wes Granger

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Larry and Sandee Collier

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Darwin (with the giggles) and Margie Bolsinger

Table #9

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Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Al and Margie Lebovitz (Rancho Cucamonda)

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

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. 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.

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Leon and Marcia Brander

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Jan and Jim Mongell (Jim got a deal on his shirt fromhis local Goodwill)

Did You Know? - Goodwill Industries International is a not-for-profit organization that provides job training, employment placement services and other community-based programs for people who have a disability, lack education or job experience, or face employment challenges. Goodwill is funded by a massive network of retail thrift stores which operate as nonprofits as well.

Goodwill operates as a network of 179 independent, community-based organizations in the U.S., Canada and 14 other countries. In 2010, Goodwills collectively earned more than $4 billion, and used 84 percent of that revenue to provide employment, training and support services to more than 2.4 million individuals.

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
The original shirt had the stripes running horizontally


... in black and white

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Neal and Nita Woolston (Rossmoor)

Did You Know? - Rossmoor is an affluent planned census-designated place located in Orange County, California. As of the 2010 census, the CDP had a total population of 10,244, down from 10,298 at the 2000 census. The gated Leisure World retirement community in the city of Seal Beach is to the south of Rossmoor, Los Alamitos is to the east and north, and Long Beach is to the west (on the other side of the San Gabriel River, the 605 freeway and the border with Los Angeles County). The community of Rossmoor has two shopping centers within its boundaries, but only one—the Rossmoor Village Square—is now within the political boundaries of the Rossmoor Community Services District.

he Rossmoor community was developed from 1955 through 1961 by Ross W. Cortese, who had earlier developed the architecturally-significant Lakewood Rancho Estates in Long Beach (1953) and the Frematic Homes (1954) in Anaheim, just north and west of Disneyland. Originally created as a nudist colony, this quickly changed when Cortese's original partners in securing the first large parcels of land that would become Rossmoor included California governor Goodwin Knight and Judge Alfred Gittelson, who had also partnered with him in the Lakewood Rancho Estates and the Frematic homes.

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Kathy (warning the photographer) and Ed Roberts

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
Kathy and Ed Roberts

Street Corner Symphony

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal
The band joined for dinner

Dinner time at the Starlighters Winter Formal

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