2006/5 GIS



RESIDENTS ENJOY PERFORMANCES BY LINE DANCERS















Members of the Get In Step Line Dance Class entertained the residents of Heritage Health Care of Blue Ridge on Dec. 7th.   The dancers, dressed in Santa hats, performed to holiday music.  Between the dances, they visited with the residents and gave them Christmas Cards, necklaces, hand puppets and Santa hats.   One of the residents, Mary Smith, joined the group for an impromptu dance. 

Shown from left below are: health care resident Irene Brand, dancer Sue Young, resident Mary Smith, dancers Betty Patterson, Linda Moss, Melissa Shedd, Sue Postell, Glenda Page, Sandy Schubert, Sue Deimen, Polly Warren, Mara Courtney and resident Helen Reiter.

Line dance classes are held at the Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association on Mondays from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m.   For additional information, call BRMAA at 706-632-2144. 


GET IN STEP LINE DANCERS PERFORM AT SENIOR CENTER















Members of the Blue Ridge Get In Step Line Dancers and the Ellijay Step By Step Line Dancers entertained at the Fannin County Senior Center on Thursday, November 28, 2006. 

As an early Christmas celebration, the line dancers dressed in Santa hats and perfomed several dances to holiday music.  Several of the Center's attendess joined the line dancers to dance The Electric Slide.  After dancing, the line dancers visited with the Center's attendees and presented them with stockings filled with stuffed animals, Christmas cards and candy canes. 

Shown from left are Sue Young, Betty Patterson, Linda Sherwood, Brenda Newton, Ann Williams, Sue Postell, Linda Moss, Mara Courtney, Sue Deimen, Sandy Schubert and Melissa Shedd.


GET IN STEP DANCERS PERFORM AT SENIOR CENTER















Members of the Get In Step line dancing class entertained at the Fannin County Senior Center on Oct. 27.  As an early Halloween treat, the line dancers dressed in western hats, scarves and masks, performed several dances, then visited with the Center's attendees presenting them with friendship bracelets and jack-o-lanterns filled with candies.

Shown from left are Betty Patterson, Linda Moss, Sue Young, Mara Courtney, Melissa Shedd, Sandy Schubert, Jeannette Hudak, Sue Deimen and Carol Venable.



GET IN STEP AND STEP BY STEP LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN RESIDENTS AT SENIOR CENTER














Members of the Blue Ridge Get In Step Line Dancing and the Ellijay Step By Step Line Dancing Classes entertained at the Fannin County Senior Center on Wednesday, September 20th.  The line dancers were joined by some of the Center's attendees during on eof the dances, and then learned a line dance taught by Instructor Sandy Schubert.  After dancing, the line dancers visited with those present and presented them with cards and hand puppets.

Shown from left are Sue Young, Sandy Schubert, Sue Postell, Sue Deimen, Glenda Page, Betty Patterson, Brenda Newton and Linda Moss.


GET IN STEP AND STEP BY STEP LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN RESIDENTS AT NURSING HOME
















Members of the Get In Step and Step By Step Line Dance classes entertained the residents at Gilmer Nursing Home on Friday, September 8th.  After dancing, the line dancers visited with the residents and presented them with hand puppets and cards.

Among those attending are pictured from left, Greg Pritchett, Sandy Schubert, Sue Postell, Polly Warren, Glenda Page, Alexis Moose, Betty Patterson, Sue Young and Brenda Newton.

GET IN STEP  LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN RESIDENTS AT HEALTH CARE














Members of the Get In Step Line Dancing Class entertained residents at the Heritage Health Care on Tuesday, August 15th.  After dancing, the line dancers visited with the residents and presented them with cards and hand puppets.

Shown, from left, are Sue Postell, Mara Courtney, Polly Warren, Mark Richardson, Glenda Page, Terri and Ted Dyk, Sue Deimen, Sandy Schubert, Sue Young and Betty Patterson.


LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN AT BLUE RIDGE SENIOR CENTER















Members of the Get In Step Beginner Line Dancing Class and Step By Step Intermediate Line Dancing Class entertained at the Blue Ridge Senior Center on Friday, July 28th.  After performing, the line dancers visited with the attendees and presented them with cards, friendship bracelets and stuffed animals.

Shown, from left, are line dancers Sue Young, Sue Deimen, Betty Patterson, Polly Warren, Greg Pritchett, Senior Site Coordinator Patricia Gorges, Get In Step Line Dancing Instructor Sandy Schubert, line dancers Mackenzie Adkins, Sue Postell, Alice Adkins, Step By Step Line Dancing Instructor Brenda Newton and line dancer Patty Charette.

(Note:  Step By Step II Line Dance Class is now known as GET IN STEP LINE DANCING CLASS)

Friday, August 1, 2006, THE NEWS OBSERVER, B4

STEP BY STEP II DANCERS HOST LINE DANCE PARTY














The Blue Ridge Step By Step II beginner line dance class hosted a line dancing party on July 8 at the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association.  Attendees enjoyed an afternoon of dancing, fun, snacks and door prizes.  Solid Gold Jukebox DJ Louis Schubert provided the music.  Participants included:  Betty Patterson, Cheri German, Alice Adkins holding her grandson Declan James, Mara Courtney, Sue Young, Sandy Schubert, Gail Henson, June Conwell, Teresa Patterson, Sue Postell, Carol Venable, Polly Warren, Connie Serrecchio, Gail McGuire, Jeannette Hudak, Sharon Bauer, JoAnn Petrillo, Sue Deimen, Vivian Swecker, Brenda Newton, Linda Moss, Barbara Moss, Patty Charette, Shelia Clore and Jeff Nicholson.


Tuesday, July 25, 2006, THE NEWS OBSERVER, B5

LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN LEDFORD FAMILY REUNION
















Members of the Step By Step Line Dance Classes entertained at the Ledford Family Reunion held at the ETC Pavilion on Saturday, April 29.  During the luncheon, line dancers celebrated instructor Sandy Schubert's birthday with a surprise party.  Shown are, from left, line dancers Connie Serrecchio, Alice Adkins, Sue Young, Sandy Schubert, Sue Deimen, Patty Charette, Sue Postell, Shelia Clore, Jeannette Hudak.  Line dance classes are held at the Blue Ridge Mountain Arts Association in the old Fannin County Courthouse.  Beginner classes are on Mondays from 7:00-8:30 p.m. and intermediate classes are held on Thursdays from 7-8:30 p.m.  For more information, call 706-632-2144 or visit www.sandysweb.biz/linedancing.htm.


Friday, June 2, 2006, THE NEWS OBSERVER

LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN HEALTH CARE RESIDENTS















The Step By Step Line Dancers of Blue Ridge and Ellijay entertained the residents of Blue Ridge Health Care to help celebrate Nursing Home Appreciation Week on May 16.  After performing, the line dancers presented the residents with cards, friendship bracelets and stuffed animals.  Shown are line dancers, from left, Sue Deimen, Polly Warren, Carol Venable, Sandy Schubert, Mara Courtney, Sue Young, Jeannette Hudak and Sue Postell.  For more information on line dancing classes, call 706-632-2144, 706-276-1786 or visit www.sandysweb.biz/linedancing.htm.


Friday, March 24, 2006, THE NEWS OBSERVER

LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN HEALTH CARE RESIDENTS














The Blue Ridge and Ellijay Step By Step Line Dancers entertained the residents of Blue Ridge Health Care on Feb. 13.  In addition to dancing for the residents, the Step By Step Line Dancers also gave them valentines, silk roses and valentine necklaces.  Shown are the line dancers, from left, Polly Warren, Sue Deimen, Sandy Schubert, Jana Jordan, Sue Postell, Brenda Newton, Sibbie Couch and Sue Young.  Beginning line dance classes are held in Blue Ridge on Monday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association in the old Fannin County Courthouse.  Anyone interested in learning to line dance is invited to join in.  For more information, call 706-632-2144.  Intermediate line dance classes are held on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Club 515 on Hwy. 515.  those who already know the basics of line dancing are invited to join in.  For more information call 706-276-1786.



Tuesday, December 27, 2005, THE NEWS OBSERVER, A12

LINE DANCERS ENTERTAIN RESIDENTS




















The Step By Step line dancers from Blue Ridge and Ellijay entertained the patients of the Blue Ridge Health Care facility on Dec. 13, 2005.  Besides performing three dances, the Step by Step group passed out several gifts that included Santa hats, Christmas tree ornaments and hand puppets to those who attended.  Line dancing classes are offered at the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association, at the old Fannin County courthouse, every Monday evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m.  Anyone interested in learning to line dance is invited to join in.  For more information, call (706) 632-2144.  Line dancing lessons are also offered at Club 515 on Hwy. 515 every Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m.  Shown are, from left, health care resident LaFayette  Clore, line dancing instructor Sandy Schubert, line dancing participants Diane Dilallo, Connie Serrecchio, health care resident Georgia Fortner and line dancing participant Patty Charette.