Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Looking Good

The "Good People" are turning out very well in both the Platinum Horseshoe blog and the other blogs, it is just very slowly. I have found our best client, Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club and right behind them is their sister club Aiea Ballroom Dance Club, terrific kokua. Both of them are going to see good results in the dance information we are able to share with the reader/dancers.

"The search for happiness is unlike any other search,
for we search last in the likeliest places."

I have posted the second "Page" in Platinum Horseshoe, and it is Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club. It is not complete yet, it needs a little more information such as officers in it Perhaps someone can email it in to me and I will make a nice page. In effect, it is a mini web site. Hopefully we will get another soon. Then I hope to get the photo of a couple dancers to make a "Transparency." Yes, I realize that not many know what this is.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

I cannot go everywhere and most people know that I am limited but sooner or later I will have some help and get more news and photos for these blogs and run these hits up to the moon. Two Dance Clubs have help to run the hits on this blog up through the ceiling, at this time. But do not trust those hits. Many are not the reader/dancers that we need. Right now, Pinterest is doing the most inquiry and running the hits up. It may do us some good, somewhere.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

From Aunty Maile

Everyone had a wonderful time coming together, for the Wahiawa Ballroom Dance Club's Turkey Trot Dance at the Hale Hookipa Room, Wahiawa Rec. Ctr., on 11- 18–16.  Being that our sister club, the Aiea Ballroom Dance Association, had their monthly dance on the same night, we were left with a huge dance floor to dance the night away. Lots of food as usual, great music by DJ Leland, great times dancing, and surrounded by great, nice, people! We had the presence of Joe Martel, which made our dance extra special.

Now we are getting ready for our special Christmas dance at Helemano Camp 808, on December 10. Tickets are all sold out at this time, but get ready for our next dance on January 6, where we will dance to the sound of the big band era!

See you next time,
Maile Yagi

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