#3 - St. Valentines Day At The Phoenix Club

If you love somebody, let them know!

Time To Celebrate At The Phoenix Club (Page One)

Valentines Week 2013 Overview
#1 - 2/9/2013 - Nightlighters | #2 - 2/10/2013 - Dancing At Old Ranch
#3 - 2/14/2013 - Phoenix Club | #4 - 2/15/2013 - Toppers
#5 - 2/16/2013 - Elks Santa Ana | #6 - 2/17/2013 - Valentines Jam Session

Page 1 - Time To Celebrate | Page 2 - Let The Dance Continue  
Page 3 - Serious Dancing Begins

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club! Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!

Just A Reminder Of This GREAT Event...

The Collage Tells Almost All


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Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
It's that day of the year....

Let The Festivities Begin!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Welcome

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
We are in line awaiting our seating....

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Brian has his official Valentines Day tie on!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
All dressed up and wanting to dance...

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
"You like my tie??? It is an original!!"

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Bernie and Donnis meet Ed Roberts

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
The table settings were beautiful

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Love is in the air when Sam and Brenda are nearby

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
"Hi there.... Where is the dessert???"

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
So Lynn these laps are pretty comfortable? What say Jim???

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Mary joins the crowd this evening... Fred is in Yuma

Did You Know? - About three percent of pet owners give Valentine's Day gifts to their pets.

One-third of all Valentine's Day cards are accompanied by gifts.

Hallmark has more than 1,330 different cards specifically for Valentine's Day.

About one quarter of Valentine's Day cards have humorous messages.

American women say they'd rather receive chocolate than flowers on Valentine's Day.

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Mike is all smiles this evening and looking good!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
All the ladies want their picture with him! Can't blame them!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Caught at the door in a surprise snapshot....

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Reds.... Pinks.... Smiles..... Ah yes, It's Valentines Day

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club! Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
The Old Man of the Mountain.... Sir Jim... Makes sure all is going well

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Bob and Sandy are ready to dance.... But Bob, where is the red???

Did You Know? - Teachers will receive the most Valentine's Day cards, followed by children, mothers, wives, and sweethearts.

About one billion Valentine's Day cards are exchanged each year. The holiday is second only to Christmas in terms of the number of cards sent.

The celebration of Valentine's Day can be traced to the ancient Roman holiday of the Lupercal, which honored Lupercus the Lycaean, who protected flocks of sheep from wolves.

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Alice and Ernie say "Get the band underway!"

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Last minute menu checks....

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
NOT TONIGHT.... The Phoenix Club is doing dinner so you KNOW it will be excellent!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Beverly and George

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Whoa there partner... We said wear red but.... They actually glow in the dark

Did You Know? - Seventy percent of those celebrating Valentine's Day show their affection by giving a card. Others make a telephone call (49 percent), give a gift (48 percent), plan a special dinner (37 percent), give candy (33 percent), have a meal in a restaurant (30 percent), or give flowers (19 percent).

Pope Gelasius declared February 14 to be Saint Valentine's Day in 498 A.D.

Richard Cadbury invented the first Valentine's Day candy box in the late 1800s.

The Italian city of Verona, where Shakespeare's lovers Romeo and Juliet lived, receives about 1,000 letters addressed to Juliet every Valentine's Day.

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Happy Valentines Day

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Bob... The handsome devil!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Gail and Bob get a Valentines Day squeeze

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Dori and Roy are looking sharp

Did You Know? - The Chocolate Manufacturers Association of America says 36 million boxes of chocolate are sold for Valentine's Day.

About 110 million roses, most of them red, will be sold for Valentine's Day this year.

Alexander Graham Bell applied for his patent on the telephone, an "improvement in telegraphy," on Valentine's Day, 1876.

Valentine's Day was originally associated with the mating season of birds.

Fifteen percent of women in the United States send themselves flowers on Valentine's Day.

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Bob!!! We are so happy you decided to put on your red tie....

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Wait... Hold on.... That tie was on the table a few minutes ago!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!

The Music Is Now Officially Underway!

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
We're movin' movin' movin'

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
The British delegation demonstrates the proper English Polka

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Red red... A sea of red!

Did You Know? - During Abraham Lincoln's campaign for President, a Democrat named Valentine Tapley swore he would never shave again if Abe were elected. Tapley kept his word and his chin whiskers went unshaved from November 1860 until he died in 1910, attaining a length of 12 feet six inches.

Americans spend $655 million each Valentine's Day on candy, making it the fourth biggest holiday of the year for confectionery purchases, after Halloween, Christmas and Easter (in that order).

In the U.S., it's estimated that 64 percent of men do not make plans in advance for Valentine's Day.

During Victorian times, it was considered bad luck to sign a Valentine's Day card.

Eighty percent of all Valentine cards are purchased for relatives.

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Look out Brian.... The American's are catching up with you

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
Check out the shoes.... Now this is fancy! HIS, not HERS

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!
The entertainment was specially good this evening

Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!   Valentines Day dinner dance at the Phoenix Club!

Page 1 - Time To Celebrate | Page 2 - Let The Dance Continue
Page 3 - Serious Dancing Begin