Sunday, April 1, 2012

Kapolani Ballroom Dancers

Moanalua Corridor ended the month in its downward trend, for the first time below 40 average hits per day. But it just went over the 30,000 total pageviews, which not too bad. Nuttin' doin' thar! But with a little patience I will be rewarded. I contacted Marjie of the Lions Cluib. And sure enough things have changed but looking good.

As the evening beckons with the promise of tomorrow ... may your gratitude rise up
and with strength answer, "yes."

I received this notice in my email a little late but perhaps the readers can still make it for next week. They sent the information in Word and that is a tough row to hoe. I use Jarte word processor and Microsoft has disabled the function. I finally had to download a special Word Viewer to get it into Word pad and at least get the wording.

They are nice people and doing good for the community too. So I have to do the best I can to make a nice presentation.

Foxtrot classes
Kapiolani Ballroom Dancers of Honolulu Lions Club

Mission Statement: Foster, promote and perpetuate charitable & educational ballroom dance Programs. Establish & provide voluntary instructional service for the public.

Place: Waimalu Elementary School
Date: starting April 2, 2012 (8 weeks)
Every Monday beginning 4/02/12
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $32. 00 for 8 weeks

For more info: Richard or Ruby Kazunaga ph: 735-6617

RESERVE THE DATE – MAY 6TH SUNDAY
DANCE AT THE PALLADIUM
Tickets will be available on 4/02/12

Now, I have to find a way of getting there sometime in the next few weeks and get some photos of this fine group. Things are a little different now that I live in Nanakuli. The walk up the hill from Kam Highway will probably do me some good.

"Tangerine" by Jimmy Dorsey

It's Friday night and you have danced up a tsunami. You get home and realize that your dancing shoes are a tad, um, aromatic. And there is another good dance Saturday night. No problema. Pour a couple teaspoons of baking soda in two squares of cotton cloth. Tie the corners tightly, tuck the balls into the shoes and leave'em overnight. The next day, your shoes will be fresh as daisies.

Pub's Side Note: The dance at the Palladium in May looks promising too. I have to make nice poster for them next week. This Moanalua Corridor blog will be rolling again with news of dancing and dancers.




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