Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Where Are We?

This is developing into a better dance district every day. Errors are being made everyday, but we accept that we are not perfect. Leading the way in the good news this month is Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club having their big shindig at Halemano Plantation on Saturday, April 16th. The dancers are going to have a rousing good time and we could sure use some photos of the occasion.

"We are not there yet, but we are a lot closer
today than we were yesterday."

Helemano Plantation is a unique community of people caring for people. A Place where you can truly take a piece of Aloha with you. Once a dream, Helemano Plantation, founded by Susanna F. Cheung, provides a "real world" work environment for the developmentally disabled. Helemano Plantation offers training and employment opportunities in its work centers. It has a Country Inn Restaurant, Gift Shop, Bake Shop and Farm. The ten-acre community complex includes a training center, retail facilities and a nine-unit residential program, Helemano Village.

"Young At Heart" by Frank Sinatra

The biggest groups will require a little more room for the many that will be taking ballroom dance lessons. And there are those that have been developed from dancing in "ballrooms." Bit the old time ballrooms were huge, and everybody has down sized to smaller crowds. For others, ballroom dancing became more exact, more disciplined,and the zest for the strictly social dancer began to ooze out of it. But we have learned to accept all these divisions and many have found the ones nearer to the heart's desire.

"You don't stop dancing because you are growing old,
you grow old from stopping to dance."

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