We had 4 squares. Here you will see 2 squares as we did Mainstream Plus Dancing. We missed the Dawn and Cathy while they were on their trip. They will be back this Tuesday. We had a few students, but hoping to see more as Lessons begin September 13 at 7pm. See you all there.
This caller can really draw a crowd, and very entertaining. He was singing, "Baby It's Alright" with his sunglasses. We had five squares, but enough people to have six. Everyone had a great time. The Brown Bag Auction raised a good amount for the club. Thank you to all who came to watch or dance. More pictures on Facebook.
August 16, 2022
This dance was held in Willis at Miller Hall. What a great crowd we had, and a lot of fun.
Find more pictures on our Facebook page.
August 9, 2022
We had a great Cinco De Mayo dance 5/3/22. We all enjoyed the Cinco De Mayo songs Dennis Ray sang our calls to, and quite a selection of Cinco De Mayo food dishes to choose from. Come and join us at our next dance.
More Pictures can be found on our Facebook Page.
Huntsville Promenaders had a blast into the past party for this amazing dance. Lessons and regular dance and snacks was spiffy, with Mat Barnes as our caller.
With lessons and regular dance, what fun we all had. It was very green all around. Dennis Ray was our Caller.
Our chili cook-off was a great success. Some with beans, and there was even chicken chili. The judging was difficult, but winners were selected.
Winners: 1st Place - John and Cathy Wagner (center)
2nd Place - Ronnie and Linda Cox (left)
3rd Place - David and Sherri Seals (right)
Bobbie received a plaque for her and Eric Stillwell. It was for a Thank you for serving the Huntsville Promenaders Club for 2 years as their President, 2018-2019, and 2019-2020. Thank you for your outstanding leadership. Because of COVID, we were not able to present her this till now.
K.O. Jeans did a great job calling with Christmas jingles.
Most of the dancers came in costume. What fun.
1st Place - ZZ-Top
2nd Place - Skeleton
3rd Place - Zoro
Caller - Gary Sanders, as the Chimney Sweep