Yes, you heard right, free International Style classes.
Got in by the short cut, through the front and pleasantly surprised that the class had already started and there were many more people there than I had expected. Getting to be a swinging crowd. Said hello to Tad and looked around and found my first photographer, Rose, to take some fotos and she got a friend which was just fine.
These people are sure learning how to take the photos. We are not professionals we are just doing it for fun and overnight is not going to be it. Meanwhile I got a nice quote.
Love to all
Meanwhile Tad gave me some information on the coming blowout September 17th. No truth to the rumor of a keg of beer. More later and perhaps I can make a poster. The crowd at present seems to have no age barriers, it has usually been for seniors. I hadn't seen Bill in quite a while but he seems to be doing just fine. And as long as there is room, everyone welcome.
There were people coming in after seven, just to enjoy the festivities and/or the dancing. Some good music here, some of the oldies but goodies that will remain goodies forever. Some tourists, naturally and one of them agreed to use this camera a take a few pictures for us.
Nice crowd and it seems to be getting better all the time. I will get around to making a nice poster for their 48th Anniversary Dinner Dance. Kathy was gracious enough to give me a ride to the Ala Moana Center and the bus stop with plenty time. The bus was there in about 4 minutes. In spite of the Freeway tangles in the Aiea, Pearl City area caused by the Present Rail Party, I got home at ten PM.