Spotlight – September 2017

 

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As summer slightly takes a turn into fall while the weather is still nice and hot, so are our competitions for the month of September.  September has three great competitions all across the map.  So get your best dancing clothes and shoes out and come shine at one of these events.  Why not get picked out of the crowd and be lucky enough to perform at ‘The Best of the Best’ dinner event. It will do wonders for your dance career!

DBD&C – A Legendary Celebration   September 14 – 17, 2017   –   Boston, MA

Email:   chris@supershaq.com

Organizers:   Chris Johnson, Frank Miranda and Didio Barrera

Website:   https//www.thedbdc.com

 

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Pacific Grand Ball   September 30, 2017   –   San Francisco, CA

Email:   info@pacificgrandball.com

Organizers:   Tomas Atkocevicius, Aira Bubnelyte and Brent Thomas Mills

Website:   http://www.pacificgrandball.com

 

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Southwestern Invitational   September 29 – October 1, 2017   –   Irving, Texas

Email:   Southwesterninvitational@gmail.com

Organizers:   David and Jennifer Kloss

Website:   www.southwesterninvitational.com

 

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Thought Of The Week:

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe  –  John Muir

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About Freddie Brock

By the time Freddie was three years old she was dancing. It has always been her first love and passion. She is a free-spirited dancer. Because she loved music and dance so much, it led her to become a professional songwriter. She is a published and recorded songwriter with gold records. She is also a vet of both the music and film business and worked in the capacity of production assistant throughout her career. Freddie is an artist in her own right. She paints on clothes, makes jewelry, knits, crochets and generally loves art in many forms; she often says she “lives to create.”