The San Pedro Elks 6/7/2009

Elks Care and Elks Share

Dancing To The Street Corner Symphony San Pedro

We were at the South Coast Reparatory until 4:30 and then off we flew to San Pedro which was 39 miles or 46 minutes away. Zoom.........

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Thank you GPS!

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
The Street Corner Symphony was just playing the first dance when we arrived

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Al and Margie

On The Terrance The Lights Form A Blanket

Did you know? - A terrace is an outdoor, occupiable extension of a building above ground level. Although its physical characteristics may vary to a great degree, a terrace will generally be larger than a balcony and will have an "open-top" facing the sky. Terraces are highly versatile in terms of functionality and can be used for a variety of activities including, but not limited to: gardening, relaxation, entertaining guests, sunbathing, and barbecuing.

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Fantastic view over the pool

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
The buildings above the palm tree are those in down town Los Angeles!

Did you know? - A skyline is best described as the overall or partial view of a silhouette of a city's tall buildings and structures consisting of many skyscrapers in front of the sky in the background. It can also be described as the artificial horizon that a city's overall structure creates. Skylines serve as a kind of fingerprint of a city, as no two skylines are alike. For this reason news and sports programs, television shows, and movies often display the skyline of a city to set location.

In general, larger cities have broader and taller skylines, though lower density cities often have smaller skylines than expected for city size. Taller buildings are found where either land value or desire for visibility is higher, and the tallest buildings in a city are usually office buildings. Because of this, the skyline of a city can be seen as symbolic of the city's influence and economy.

Meanwhile Inside At The Dance.....

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Al and Leon take a short break before the dancing begins.. The girls are talking!

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Leon and Marcia always with a smile

Did you know? - The boy's name Leon \leon\ is pronounced LEE-ahn. It is of Greek origin. Variant of Leo. The lion is a central figure in the art and religious symbolism of many different cultures, usually meaning kingliness, grandeur, and courage.

Did you know? - The girl's name Marcia \m(a)-rcia, mar-cia\ is pronounced MAR-shah. It is of Latin origin, and its meaning is "dedicated to Mars". Feminine form of Marcus. Mars was the Roman god of war, known to the Greeks as Ares. Used in Imperial Rome and revived in the late 19th century.

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Paul and Sue were there this time!  Thanks to Leon for taking the picture!

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
The Winter's are enjoying the dance. Chris is also a Ham Radio operator!

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Someone had an anniversary this evening!

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Not the anniversary waltz but a good dance anyway

San Pedro Elks Dance June 7th 2009
Our table had a great view!