Beginners Corner - Stanley & Anita Flower
Stanley and Anita Flower have been actively involved with the DSA Sequence Dance Club since the eighties.
They have both devoted a disproportionate amount of their life in furtherance of Olde Tyme and Modern Sequence Dancing in Gibraltar.
Their sustained achievement has required a high degree of commitment and total dedication . What is most impressive and highly commendable is that they have always given of their time without receiving any remuneration .
Over the years Stanley and Anita have acquired and developed valuable links with Dance Organisations in the United Kingdom.
The past nine years have been particularly exciting and challenging for them. In addition to their assuming responsibility for teaching on Friday evenings pending the appointment of Leaders, they started a most popular “BEGINNER”S CLASS”
The class meets every Wednesday also at THE CENTRAL HALL and Newcomers are encouraged to attend. They receive tuition in basic dance steps and practice sequences in a most relaxed atmosphere. On occasions past dances are revised. This too has become most popular as Newcomers are able to learn a complete dance which is included in the Programme for the following Friday.
WHY NOT POP IN ANY WEDNESDAY AND SEE WHAT ITS ALL ABOUT.
FOR SURE - YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
As for most men in the club I had two left feet and no rhythm and although I thought it just wasn't for me now I'm eager to go.
A great social gathering
Certificate of Appreciation
During our 65th Anniversary Ball on the 20th October, Stanley and Anita Flower were presented with a 'Certificate of Appreciation' for their commitment to the club.
Stanley and Anita Flower
In Recognition of
Their Outstanding and Unselfish Commitment to the DSA Sequence Dance Club
which has Contributed so Significantly to the Club’s Success over so Many Years
Presented at the Club’s 65th Anniversary Ball
20th October 2018
They have both devoted a disproportionate amount of their life in furtherance of Olde Tyme and Modern Sequence Dancing in Gibraltar and have been actively involved with the DSA Sequence Dance Club since the eighties.
Just a small token to thank you both for your dedication ........ here's to many more years