Danc­ing at hall de­spite the rain

Isis Town and Country - - News -

LAST Satur­day night 75 pa­trons were bliss­fully un­aware of the storms out­side as they en­joyed the sounds of High Noon at the Ap­ple Tree Creek Hall.

The loud thun­der was drowned out as the dance floor was teem­ing with ea­ger dancers.

Cou­ples gath­ered from around the re­gion to enjoy the grace of ball­room danc­ing.

The glitz and glam­our was smudged as dancers bat­tled the heat and high hu­mid­ity.

Beads of joy dripped from fore­heads and soaked through shirts framed rosy flushed cheeks.

Hall pres­i­dent Chris Cook said she was sur­prised with the num­bers con­sid­er­ing the weather.

“The bad weather seems to draw in more cou­ples,” she said.

The pa­trons were treated to a de­li­cious evening sup­per of gourmet sand­wiches, tea and cof­fee.

“Next year the hall will host more great events and I hope more peo­ple will at­tend,” Mrs Cook said.

Mrs Cook said there were many peo­ple with­out a dance part­ner and she en­cour­aged sin­gles to join in.

“It’s a great place to make new friends and per­fect if you are new to the re­gion,” she said.

The hall com­mit­tee thanks the com­mu­nity for all its sup­port dur­ing the year and urges the re­gion to at­tend more of the events in 2016.

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