RMNAAFA's Starry, Starry Night Dance

The Starry, Starry Night Dance was a dance for people of size and their admirers, hosted by RMNAAFA on Saturday, May 20, 2000. This was our second dance, and it was a great success!

 For Debbie and I, this was a great chance to spend an evening "sans son", enjoy some good company, and get in a little dancing. A good time was had by all, and there was some fancy stepping going on!

 Here are Patti's observations:

 The pictures look great. However, how is it I look so drunk in that picture of me and Leslie? I never had one drink of alcohol all night?! Joe, that close up of your wife Debi is a very nice likeness of her! The dance was a blast! Who knew Don could move like that!? I was impressed with the range of his dancing abilities. We definetly had some great dancers in the room. It was as much fun to watch as it was to partake in.

 The silent auction was a great success again this time! We ended up doing well when all was assessed. Full report at next meeting. Thanks to everyone that pitched in! So many helped with silent auction items and door prizes, the dance committee did a great job with decorations (Leslie had an awesome concept for center pieces). Thanks to Dina and Sherry G. for a last minute purchase of extra balloons.

 We had 5 nonmembers return from our last dance. 11 other non members came. One, a former national NAAFA member, was on our prospect list mailing. The other 10 heard about us from the Internet. Thanks to Leslie for her mass mailing!

 Our bartender Mike got off to a slow start but made up for it later with freshly baked cookies and some brownies! That was an unexpected treat! The new DJ, Rich, played a nice variety of dance music.

It really showed that everyone had fun. Even a very shy BBW admirer that came even though he didn't like to dance, had fun chatting with the group.

Missed those of you that couldn't make it. I hope your schedules will allow you to make the next one.


 Here are photos from this wonderful event:

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