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Spotlight is Coming!

Friday, June 13th is the date for our upcoming, semi-annual Spotlight. The time is 7:00pm to 10:30pm. Spotlight is a joyous event. There will be 2 shows, each consisting of Choreographed Couple Routines and   Mock Competitions made up of at least 3 dances each in different styles and proficiency levels, with multiple couples on the floor at the same time. This has become a really popular format. Our competition couples are using this as a dress rehearsal for the Gumbo Competition at the end of June. Surrounding and between the shows will be lots of "General Dancing", so everyone can join in the fun! In addition to all that, there will be special refreshments. Admission is a bargain at $10 per person, so "Everybody Come" and "Bring Friends". It'll be a terrific evening. Don't miss out!

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