First meeting of the Swing Club - Event Details
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First meeting of the Swing Club
Location: Old Gym
Aloha dancers and would-be dancers,
Great news--we have the Old Gym for practice this year! The wooden floor is ideal for dancing, smooth enough for turns and easy on the joints. (Those of us who have danced on concrete can appreciate this.)
Our first, planning meeting will be Tuesday, October 1 at 5:45 pm. We'll elect officers, and then try out the dance floor!
The event is free. All levels are welcome, including complete beginner. It's not necessary to attend with a partner; we rotate partners during practice.
Think about what role you would like to serve in the club. RISO leadership positions provide useful experience, don't take too much time, and look great on your resume!
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