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The Silver Comets

The Silver Comets

Patrons enjoyed another lively dance in December with The Silver Comets live band. Max and Thelma are fantastic musicians who encourage grey nomads from all over Queensland to hop in their motorhomes and visit our friendly town and literally dance the nights away.

Travellers come from Eidelsvold, Maleny, Landsborough, Nambour, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Monto, Gayndah, and at long last locals from the Cooloola Coast and Gympie are venturing out and joining in the fun of social dancing.

The patrons numbered 40, it was fantastic. The best dressed male and female (couple) were Syd and Kaye Copas from Gympie.

Supper was enjoyable on the verandah. The Christmas theme was colourful and appreciated by patrons.

Thank you so much for all my elves that helped decorate the hall and tables and a big thank you to Bill who helped Julie create all the sandwiches. A big thank you to the patrons who shared a plate of goodies for supper.

The hall was lovely and clean and uncluttered. Thank you to the RSL for allowing the Cooloola Coast Dances to hold the monthly dances.

Thank you everyone for your support over the past 14 months. I look forward to seeing you all again when the dances resume in  April 2023.

Chris Doyle will be the musician, playing on the 3rd Saturday of each month from April to December  2023. Times are 7.30 to 11.30pm. There will also be a special dance where The Silver Comets will be playing again.

Place the dates in your diary in 2023 and keep an eye on this paper for reminders. You are so welcome. I enjoy putting on the dances so you all can enjoy one night a month social dancing. The happy atmosphere is so energising and seeing and hearing the smiles and laughter in your voices is my reward for holding the dances for you.

Hope you have all had a safe and enjoyable festive season.

See you next year! Hope to see more locals come along to enjoy the social dances because I enjoy seeing your happy smiling faces enjoying such a rewarding activity. Respectfully a huge thank you for your patronage.

Julie McPhail, Cooloola Coast Dances

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