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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Scholarship Ball 2010

Scholarship Ball 2010

Saturday, January 30, 2010At the IOOF Hall, 467 Main St., Placerville, CA

Yes that's right this year Scholarship Ball will be held in Placerville.

Doors open: 5:30
Come help set up for the potluck and party.

Potluck: 6:00
Bring a potluck item to share. If you don't have time to make something Tance will have a table where you can buy desserts.

Performance by Tance El Dorado: 6:45
The young people of Tance will perform for us. Be sure to bring some money for Tance's bake sale.

Introduction to Dance: 7:00 - 7:30
Local teachers will teach some of the easy dances that will open the party. Everybody welcome and join the fun. Experienced dancers find someone to mentor.

Party : 7:30 - 12:00, Donate for a Dance
2010 Scholarship Ball program will be made up of dances that a donation has been pledged for by clubs or individuals. The number of dances is limited to 70 dances. The minimum donation to get a dance on the list is five dollars; any donation above $5.00 dollars increases the dance rank on the play list. The evening will open with the dances taught during the Introduction to Dance session. We will start playing the highest ranked dance at 8:00. At this time the program is full, remember pay for them at the door.

Changing a Dance's Ranking on the List.
For each dollar above five that a dance receives, a little bird will chirp for it. The more chirpers the higher the dance's ranking on the play-list. Everyone that comes to the ball will get one little bird to chirp for his or her favorite dance. If you want raise the chorus of chirping even louder, you can get all the little chirpers you want for a donation of $1.00 per bird.

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