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36 CLUBS AND CLASSES


editorial@robson.com — March 2012


Lady Gaga makes guest appearance at Line Dance class


SaddleBrooke line dancers attend the Darren Bailey’s workshop in Mesa.


Claudia Booth Just when we all thought Lady Gaga was


back on tour, she mysteriously appears at the SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club’s Wednesday class. Lady Gaga, alias Jennifer Stephens, is seen in the photo with SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club’s President, Donna Depesa, teaching Born 2B GaGa to beginners. You can’t convince me that this group doesn’t have fun. Fun is what line dancing is all about and this is just one of the classes afforded to us, not only to learn line dancing, but most importantly to have fun and meet new people. Did I forget to mention the calories one burns when line dancing? Does it get any better than this, exercise, fun, dancing,


meeting new people? The SaddleBrooke Line Dance Club


is blessed with a plethora of talented, dedicated, instructors who were once beginning line dancers themselves. So I invite you to stop by any of the classes offered and you, too, will see the fun and feel the energy of these vivacious teachers. Classes are offered Wednesdays


for beginners at 10:00 a.m. in the MountainView Ballroom, Sundays at 12:30 in the old MountainView Fitness Center, and Fridays, for more advanced dancers, at 8:00 a.m. View our website at www.sbldc.weebly.com. Go Gaga! Go Line Dancing! 


Partners Western Dance Class news


Call your neighbors, lasso your partners,


buckle your jeans, pull on your boots and join us for a foot stomping, raise-the-rafters good time. The Partners Western Dance Club’s next dance takes place Friday, March 16, in the Mountainview Ballroom. Branded Duo, a great favorite with dancers, will provide the music starting at 6 p.m., rolling out Texas two-steps, waltzes, partner- pattern dances, the cha-cha and swing music till 9 p.m. There will be a cash bar available. You don’t have to be a member of the


club, but membership annually is $5, and tickets are discounted from $15 down to $10 for all club members. The club will host another dance in November this year at a


date yet to be determined. We never get enough of the fun we have dancing, so we are rising to the challenge. Let’s see if we can fi ll the dance fl oor and have a rousing good time, as we have in the past. Please come join the fun. If you have questions, email me at


janewesterndance@aol.com. Tickets will be available at the door. While the March dance concludes the


club sponsored dances for the season, the western dancing continues in April with a Mexican buffet and dance in the HOA 1 clubhouse on April 14. The Greg Spivey Band will play. Tickets for this event will go on sale March 21. For further information call Rita Simpson, 825-4330. 


Institute for Judaic Services and studies at SaddleBrooke


Jacquelyn Feller Our next Shabbat Dinner & Service


will be held on Friday, March 23. Dinner will


start at 5 p.m. in the East Room of


MountainView Country Club (MVCC). Come say hello to Rabbi Sandy Seltzer, who will be joining us for the meal. Please RSVP to Jacquelyn Feller at 818-9413 as space is limited to 40 people. Each of us is responsible for his or her own tab. Shabbat Services, led by Rabbi Sandy


Seltzer and Cantorial Soloist Leona Mitchell, will begin at 7 p.m. in the West Ballroom of MVCC. Afterwards, there will be an Oneg Shabbat, sponsored by Art and Sharon Triester, in honor of their anniversary. Do you have a special event, or someone


you would like to honor or remember? Consider sponsoring or co-sponsoring an Oneg for these occasions. Please contact Barbara Silvian at 818-3464 to make


arrangements. Not wanting to have a confl ict with the


SaddleBrooke Variety Show, the next study session, originally scheduled for Thursday, March 29, has been moved to Monday, April 2, 7:00 p.m., in the West Ballroom of MountainView Country Club. Since Passover starts with the First four days later, on Friday, April 6,


Seder,


Rabbi Seltzer’s presentation will be entitled Celebrating Passover: 1. Symbols of the Seder Plate, 2. Origins of the Haggadah, 3. Impact of the Sabbath on the Seder, 4. Opening of the door for Elijah, 5. How Easter evolved from Passover, 6. Q & A: Anything else you have always wanted to know about Passover. For questions or for more information,


contact Joel Wyner at 825-8175 or email at


jjaz612@q.com, or 818-9413.  Jacquelyn Feller at


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