Littleton dancers take top spots at competition Dancers from Adventures in Dance took top honors at the Colorado Star Ball at the end of June. …
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Littleton dancers take top spots at competition
Dancers from Adventures in Dance took top honors at the Colorado
Star Ball at the end of June. Dancers included Charles Gilliam and
Janet Jaecksch, Craig Tomazin and Robyn Collins, Lyndon Cadiz and
Tatyana Seletsky, Jarrek Holmes and Alie Virgo, Keith Bohall and
Carol Williams, Rebecca Hedger and Holly Collins.
Lyndon and Tatyana took fourth in tango/Viennese waltz, third in
American and international cha/rumba, and second swing/bolero.
Charles and Janet took third in smooth waltz/foxtrot and
international waltz/quickstep, then second in smooth tango/viennese
waltz and international tango/foxtrot. Craig and Robyn took second
in silver standard waltz/quickstep, tango/foxtrot, cha/rumba, and
first in samba/jive.
The Adventures in Dance formation team took a first for its
hustle. Charles Gilliam, dancing pro am with Holly Collins in
smooth, took fifth in silver waltz, tango, foxtrot, fourth in
Viennese waltz, third in pre silver waltz and second in all his
standard single dances (waltz, tango, Viennese waltz, foxtrot,
Craig Tomazin, dancing pro/am with Holly Collins, placed first
in all his standard single dances (waltz, tango, Viennese waltz,
foxtrot, quickstep) and third overall (taking second in his waltz
and third in all other dances) in the open standard
Adventures in Dance can be found at www.adventuresindance.com or
Sertoma club receives award for club excellence
Dry Creek Sertoma club leaders Lois Kemerling, president, and
immediate past president Karen Marston admire the Circle of
Excellence banner medallions the club received for all around club
excellence during last week’s Sertoma International convention in
San Antonio, Texas. Dry Creek is an all-women club dedicated to
supporting Hearing Health and local agencies Doctor’s Care, TLC
Meals on Wheels, Easter Seals, Sertoma Mile Hi Soap Box Derby and
Bessies Hope. The club meets at 7 a.m. on the first and third
Wednesday at Marie Callendars restaurant, Broadway and Mineral.
Women interested in serving the community are invited to call Cathy
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