I will try to be there at the social and will take my usual two cameras. Perhaps someone knows how to operate one of them and can help me take some photos. The prize photos being the four to seven people kind. That is the most efficient. If we can get the first names, perfect.
"Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond
I checked the map and the best is to get off the bus at Kaahumanu and walk up to Waimalu Elementary school. It is less than a mile and I need the walk. Same thing back, the walk will do me good.
We need people into this blog more than the others because it is small. Just a three or four sentences is all that is needed to "blitter."
Dance clubs in town have had it easier because of the population concentration, but of course in the last twenty years the dance membership has gone down because the evolving superiority attitude which in turn developed a definite dislike for "Ballroom" dancing throughout the Island.
There must be some dancers on that side of town,
perhaps an organization that could use the PR.
Added to this, the hard control by the Cliques led to the addition of so many new clubs. But like anything else, if you don't like what this place offers, you go to another place that gives it to you.
"You don't demand loyalty, you earn it."
Pub's Side Note; Some of the wheels in our dance community have to be dragged, kicking and screaming into the 21st century. I will not do that. If they do not want it they shall not have it. But the sign on the door I leave open still says welcome.