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Mad Cat - cathskickers at line5678.fsworld.co.uk - Mon 2nd Oct 2006, 10:37

Good morning Val. I am well impressed with your A-B programme which I plan to utilise in a new class I am setting up in the new year in North Yorkshire. Thanks very much. Cath.


Patricia Bradshaw - patricia.bradshaw1 at tesco.net - Wed 20th Sep 2006, 13:18

Hi Val and Sandie. Have just got round to looking on your web page and have enjoyed the photographs of the family. Enjoying Tuesday evening's dancing - keep up the good work. Barry and I will keep wiggling.


Lee Conwell - leeconwell at yahoo.com - Wed 13th Sep 2006, 14:28

Wow what information and FREE!!!! I know we'll have more dancers on the floor in Florida! Thanks for sharing


Di - Thu 6th Jul 2006, 3:29

Hi Good web page i love to dance


Helene Woodnick - simcon_computers at hotmail.com - Tue 20th Jun 2006, 8:47

Hi Val, sorry about the last two non messages I'm new to this e mail thingy! Dorothy fell over in the street last Thursday night and broke her arm and cracked 2 ribs. Certainly won't be line dancing for a while. Thought I should let you know because otherwise you'll all be worried about her. She's in a lot of discomfort at the moment. Keep you informed. Take care, Helene.


Al Ikeda - abikeda at sdlifestyle.com - Wed 7th Jun 2006, 14:58

I don't have a home page. But, your suggestions are helpful. I just started to teach line dancing for the first time eight weeks ago to a bunch of senior citizens. Of course, I'm also a senior myself...72 yrs old. I'm having trouble typing so please forgive me. I know a few line dance steps (40) or so. But it's diffiicult to teach these steps to a bunch of 70-80 yr olds. I've taken Ballroom dancing for about 20 yrs so so I know how to dance but line dancing is something else especilaly when you have to announce the next set of steps before the pattern starts.


Al Ikeda - abikeda at sdlifestyle.com - Wed 7th Jun 2006, 14:44

I don't have a home page But, I have started to teach line ddancing for the firrst time eight weeks ago. to a bunch of sennior citizens. Of I'm also a senior mmysselff.. I'm having trouble typing so please forgive me. I know a few linee dance steps (40) or so. But it's diffiicult to teachh these steps to a bunch of 70-80 yr oldss. I'vee taken Ballroom dancing for about 20 yrs so I know how to dance but line dancing is something else. espeecilaly when you have to annnounce. the setep before the next line dance pattern.


JAM - Fri 26th May 2006, 23:06

Hi Val and Sandy Missing Tuesday nights. Its more like a club than a class, its such a good atmosphere. Hope to be back soon.


Jan - janrod at wah.midco.net - Thu 11th May 2006, 16:05

Hi! I was asked to teach linedance at a post-prom gathering and found all the information on your web site very useful! Thank you!


helene woodnick - Mon 3rd Apr 2006, 11:48

thorougly enjoying my tuesday evening class and can't wait 'till i can come into the advanced class and dance properly!