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lOB Wednesday, May 9, 2001 Bulletin, Pr0g Shooting for the hole in the frying pan was one of the steps that had dancers ducking under hem hands and try- ing not to get tangled up into a knot. One of the most popular country dance steps was the promenade, especially when everyone joined hands while going under the arch. From oM ApPalachian dances to Russ- lan folk and waltz, participants enjoyed the lessons given by caller Erik Hoffman be- tween country dances. Cassidy Roath confused by calls. Konny Davis gave! able performance O Several families brought their children to enjoy the old-fashioned fun of coun- try dancing, including Becky Deemer and her son, Crowe. inviteyou to come ,n anti see tlle of Photos by Alicia Higbee invitations an(] announcements for jour weclctm . We Lave man/v elegant aeeesso items, personahzect statione to re[leetjvour personal FR&"FH E R 285-0800 257-5521 Or contact ansr o[o convenient locations W stwood 256-2277 284-7800 Portola Chester 832-4646 258 3115 The "OId-Timey" Barn Dance in the Taylorsville Grange Hall Friday, April 20, featured sev- eral renowned local like Les,qe Mink on the fiddle, Uncla Margaretic on the guitar and Kenny Davis on the piano.