The Honor Guard Leaves (Page Three)
(May 10th 2010) Last Updated: 09/11/2019 10:38:AM
We honor the troops
Proud young men
No Vicky, you cannot take him home!
Got your sixes
Back To The Dancing!
Escape from behind the camera
Thank you for the decorations! They were beautiful!
Buck passes the baton
The Anniversary Waltz
Angie and Bill
Did you know? - The Anniversary Waltz is a popular song written by Dave Franklin, the lyrics by Al Dubin. The song was published in 1941.
Quote- Dancing is like dreaming with your feet! ~Constanze
Back To The Dance
Sue checks Bob Von Fliss's cards
Quote - Dancing faces you towards Heaven, whichever direction you turn. ~Terri Guillemets
Gigi and Larry
Time For A Mixer
Quote - There are short-cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them. ~Vicki Baum
Quote - Talk about dance? Dance is not something to talk about. Dance is to dance. ~Peter Saint James
Mixer Is Over
Let the Polka begin
Did you know? - The polka is a lively Central European dance and also a genre of dance music familiar throughout Europe and the Americas. It originated in the middle of the 19th century in the Czech lands and is still a common genre in Lithuanian, Czech, Croatian, Slovenian, Polish, German, Hungarian, Austrian, Italian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Russian, and Slovakian folk music. Versions are also found in the Nordic countries, the British Isles and Latin America, especially Mexico
Quote - Anyone who says sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the rain. ~Author Unknown
Moving around the floor
Twirl twirl twirl
Paul & Jan Do The Cowboy ChaCha
Did you know? - Several types of dancing may take place simultaneously at country western dances. Progressive dancer use the outside of the floor. Swing and other non progressive dancers are found either in the outside corners, or in the center of the floor, along with line dancers.
Paul demonstrates the "Cowboy ChaCha"
Lori and Dean Fronk are still going strong
What is Vicky doing now???
Vicky attempts a new step!
I need new batteries
Del explains how to dance!
"Are you sure?"
Those last standing (or sitting)
See you in September!