Ap­ple Tree Creek Hall dance

Isis Town and Country - - News -

THE Me­mo­rial hall at Ap­ple Tree Creek will host its first event for the year on Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 27.

Hall pres­i­dent Chris Cook said she was ex­cited to wel­come back Trevor and she in­vites ev­ery­one to at­tend and to have a great time.

“It’s been a few months since our last event and I hope to see all our reg­u­lars,”

“I would like to see some younger faces, I en­cour­age younger cou­ples, groups of young friends,” Mrs Cook said.

Dances are held on a reg­u­lar ba­sis at the hall and it’s a great place to so­cialise.

“You might not dance like Fred and Ginger or even know who they are, it’s not im­por­tant as hav­ing a great time and meet­ing new peo­ple,

“Our last event for 2015 was a stormy night, the hall was packed with peo­ple, who at­tended from all around the re­gion,” she said.

Mrs Cook said she is look­ing for more com­mu­nity minded lo­cals to be­come mem­bers and to as­sist in the up­keep and main­te­nance of the prop­erty.

“We are a very small team of vol­un­teers and need help to con­tinue host­ing great events at the hall and I en­cour­age any per­son in­ter­ested to give me a call,” she said.

The ghostly sto­ries of Jack Frost sit­ting on the blue re­cliner arm chair in the Hall may give some pa­trons a creepy tin­gling feel­ing in their spine, or maybe it’s an op­por­tu­nity for a lady to ask Jack for a dance.

“The sto­ries have never wor­ried our pa­trons and Jack has never com­plained ei­ther,”

“But it has caused many heated de­bates over if there are ghosts at the creek.” She said.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to be­come a mem­ber phone 4126 1224 or 4126 2988

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