September Advanced and Challenge Newsletter
*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 firstname.lastname@example.org for levels and to verify dance.
*C Sharps TOM DAVIS Sept 14th 10 AM - 3 PM
Greenhills Presbyterian Church 21 Cromwell Rd, Greenhills, OH 45218
* Whirlaways...TOM DAVIS Michael Solomon Pavilion. Sept 13, 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 email@example.com
*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 Sept 11th and 25th, JASON RALEIGH 7:00-9:30
Sundays: Sept 1st, NO DANCE Sept 15th TOM DAVIS 3:00 - 5:30 pm
Gahanna Community Congreational Church, 470 Havens Corners Rd Gahanna Oh 45230
Circle City A's DARRIN HENRY Sept 19 6:30-9:00 Lawrence Community Center
5301 N Franklin Rd contact; Darrin Henry 765-620-3813 firstname.lastname@example.org
*A girl is doing a crossword puzzle…
"What's a 7-letter word for 'easily perceived or understood' that starts with 'O'?"
"Isn't it obvious?" "It should be, but I can't figure it out. That's why I'm asking."
*Ralph took a job with a construction to paint lines on Texas Road 82. The first day he painted ten miles.
The boss was very impressed.
The second day he painted two miles. The boss was a little disappointed. The third day he only painted 500 feet.
The boss sat him down and said, "Ralph, how come you paint ten miles the first day, two miles the next day, but only 500 feet today?". Ralph replied, "Well boss, each day I get farther and farther away from the paint can".
*Taylor was desperate for business, and was happy to be appointed by the court to defend an indigent defendant. The judge ordered Taylor, "You are to confer with the defendant in the hallway,
and give him the best legal advice you can."
After a time, Taylor re-entered the courtroom alone. When the judge asked where the defendant had gone,
Taylor replied, "You asked me to give him good advice. I found out that he was so guilty, so I told him to split."
*Little Mary talking to Little Johnny: I found twenty cents on the sidewalk.
Little Johnny: That's mine. I dropped a twenty-cent coin there this morning.
Little Mary: But, what I found was two ten-cent coins!
Little Johnny: That's it. I heard it break when it hit the ground.
Compact disc manufacturers were worried about music industry plans to phase out CDs and bring back LPs. Defending the threat to their livelihood, the CD manufacturers took their case to court,
where the judge listened patiently to a lengthy debate about the relative merits of CDs and LPs.
After weighing up the various arguments, the judge ruled in favor of LPs.
The CD manufacturers were furious. "Do we have no right of appeal?" they demanded.
"I'm afraid not," said their lawyer. "The judge's decision is vinyl."
*Michelle: I hear you broke off your engagement to Rob. Why?
Irina: It's just that my feelings toward him weren't the same any more.
Michelle: Are you returning the ring? Irina: No way! My feelings toward the ring haven't changed one bit!
*I've started growing herbs in my garden. To help identify them I'm growing them in alphabetical order.
My neighbour asked me, "How do you find the time?" I said, "Easy, it's right here next to the sage."
* Sam: Do you know the difference between a guest towel and toilet paper? Bob: No...
Sam: In that case, don't use our bathroom.
* I'm always in the right place! Unfortunately it's always at the wrong time.
*My neighbor called and invited me over to see his new aardvark.
When I arrived he ask if I would like to play with him?
The aardvark was growling loudly and does not seem very friendly so I ask, "Does it bite?"
My neighbor replied, "That's what I want to find out..."
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Thanks for reading my ramblings.