October Advanced and Challenge Newsletter

Cincinnati area:                   

*PAM COURTS  Dance  Mondays  7:00-9 pm  American Legion Hall,  111 Victor Stier Dr, Milford.
*Wednesdays A SHARPS (A2 Dance & Workshop) C1 6-7 PM, 7-9 PM Caller - JACK PLADDYS
and  occasional guests Greenhills Presbyterian Church 21 Cromwell Rd, Greenhills, OH 45218 

*LLOYD 'SPARKY' C level, a dance each Thursday . 7-9 pm   Northside Bank & Trust,
9315 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati OH 45251
Check with Sue Terwilliger     at sueterw@gmail.com    for levels and to verify dance.
*C Sharps  TOM DAVIS  Saturday October 5th 10 AM -  3  PM
  Greenhills Presbyterian Church 21 Cromwell Rd, Greenhills, OH 45218

Dayton area:
* Whirlaways...JACK PLADDYS  Michael Solomon Pavilion.  October  25th, 8:00  PM 
*Whirlaways Advanced workshop. Every Sunday 7-9 PM TOM DAVIS
    Hawker Church of Christ, 1617 Longview St, Beavercreek OH 45432
Ensure you know about cancellations and possible room changes by getting   
On our workshop email list. Email Ken  at allenk49@gmail.com

Columbus area:
*ED LAUDENSCLAGER, Scrambled A's: Every Monday 6:45-8:45 (call first)
*BOB DAYE, A2 Dance Westminster Pres. Church, Columbus  7:30-9:30  2nd/4th Thursdays
*BOB DAYE DBD+  Westminster Pres. Church , Columbus 7:30 - 9:30  3rd Thursdays
*BUCKEYE A2's  Gahanna OH  Wednesdays Oct 9 and Oct 23  JASON RALEIGH 7:00-9:30 
  Sundays: Oct 6th TOM STRICKLAND, and Oct 20 DAVID HEFFRON  3:00 - 5:30 pm
  Gahanna Community Congreational Church, 470 Havens Corners Rd Gahanna Oh 45230
      INFO: debsqdncrkitts@aol.com

Indianapolis area
Circle City A's
  TOM DAVIS   October 17  6:30-9:00 Lawrence Community Center
5301 N Franklin Rd  contact; Darrin Henry 765-620-3813 dhenrycaller@aol.com
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Dance to Find a Cure. Sunday Oct 27. Michael Solomon Pavilion Dayton  1pm-2pm Adv  Squares
2pm -4:30 Plus squares, Rounds. Callers: Ken Roberts. Jason Raleigh, Tom Davis and Wesley Fenton.
Information: jestocker1233@hotmail.com  937-232-0915
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East meets West Plus & Advanced, 2 halls, Square Dance Center, Knoxville TN 37921
Oct 12 and 13. Callers: QP Hara, Max Ringe, Rascal Araki, Steve Kopman, Gary Shoemake.
Information Steve & Debbie Kopman, sdkopman@aol.com 865-691-1580
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* A man and a woman were going at it on the sofa when the phone rang.  "Who was that?" the guy asked.
"My husband," she replied. "Damn, I better get going then," the guy said. "Where was he when he phoned?"
"You can relax," said the woman. "He's downtown playing poker with you."
*A lawyer was talking to his teenage son about his future career. "Why do you want to be a
doctor instead of a lawyer?" he asked. "What's wrong with lawyers?"
"Well, Dad," explained the boy, "I really want to help people. And when was the last time you
  heard anybody stand up in a crowd and shout frantically, 'Is there a lawyer in the house?'"
* Two windmills are in a field. One asks, "What kind of music do you like?"
The other one says, "Well, I'm a big metal fan."
*A young woman is visiting her parents. While helping her mother fix dinner, she opens the refrigerator.
On the inside of the door, she sees a spicy picture of a lovely, slender, perfectly built young woman.
"What's this about, Mom?" she asks.  "Oh, I put that up there to remind me not to overeat,"
the mother answers.  "Is it working?" her daughter asks.  "Yes and no," her mom replies.
"I've lost 15 pounds, but your dad has gained 20."
* An investment banker decides she needs in-house counsel, so she interviews a young lawyer.
"Mr. Cohen," she says, "would you say you're honest?"
"Honest?" replies Mr. Cohen. "Let me tell you something about honesty. My father lent me
   $75,000 for my education, and I paid back every penny the minute I tried my first case."
"Impressive. And what sort of case was that?"  "Dad sued me for the money."
*A friend of mine went on safari in Africa when he comes across an elephant. It's lying on the
ground in distress. He investigates and finds a thorn in its foot. He removes it and the elephant
happily trots away. Twenty years later we were in London on business and were watching a
circus procession pass by. When along comes an elephant, as it gets level with him, it stops,
looks straight at him, reaches out with its trunk and lift him into the air and smashes him into
the ground.   It was a different elephant.
*Little Johnny's father took him on a fishing trip to Canada.
On returning home after catching only three fish his father says, "The way I figure it each fish
cost us $400!"  Little Johnny replied, "Well, at that price it's a good thing we didn't catch
any more of them than we did."
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