Go Away Pesky Calories (Page Three)
(12/12/2014) Last Updated: 09/11/2019 10:38:AM
A worrisome sign... The photographer is getting a drink!
"It's too pretty to cut!"
Dessert is served
Happy Birthday Jan... All the way from the UK
Why the smile? In metric she is 39!
Which two have Christmas Eve birthdays???
More December birthdays
Beautiful couples grace the floor this evening
Moving with smiles
I am relaxing
"The coat must go... I must boogie"
The tree made a great background for Craig and Marianne
Hats off to whomever brought the dance wax
Even with 86 members and guests we had plenty of room
We were regaled with stories of Christmas past...
We are lucky to have Dean as our speaker for our events
Thinking of the holidays gone by
We had a full house this evening
Penny for their thoughts
Dancing to the Anniversary Waltz
Elegance in action!
Donna and Bob - Presidents of the Starlighters Dance Club
Marianne and Craig
Bob demonstrates the proper position for the Bolero
Richard is decorated for Christmas
He needs a few lights to make it perfect
It's in the air
One Two Cha ChaCha
"One more wine and we will do the Hokey-Pokey... Backwards"
"I am getting ready for my big trip Christmas Eve"
"To the floor.... We shall dazzle you!"
Good music this evening
"Oh... Hi there!"
Heading home a little early this evening.... Big plans for the weekend
Kerstin becomes a US Citizen on the 19th of December! Yeah!
Brian, Jan, and Irene
"We are heading home... See you in January"
Father-Daughter & Mother-Son-In-Law ... Who is who???
"Careful Dad... I can spin only 12 times a second"
"In the UK we are so refined... How about a line dance?"
The line dancers are up
Brian turns Irene at a speed faster than the camera can manage...
Or.. Did the photographer sneeze?
OK... They have finally slowed down
Ed thinks about joining the line dance...
They are movin movin movin...
Shirley is getting into it
"It's that time"
"Now remember Dear... Do NOT let go!"
It's the last dance...
Welcome guests... Please come back and join us
"Wow.... Now that there was a line-dance"