The 2 Left Feet Dance group meets Thursday evenings at Pybus Public Market.
Instructor Derry Fitzsimmons, center, offers some tips to Maureen and Harold Levy of Wenatchee.
Josh and Sarahbeth Simonson of East Wenatchee have enjoyed the dance classes so much theyíve attended four of the last six classes of the 2 Left Feet Dance group.
Dance instructors Derry Fitzsimmons and Melissa Hamilton demonstrate the Argentine Tango before starting to teach it to the 2 Left Feet Dance group. They free event is offered Thursday evenings at Pybus Public Market, with one hour of dance instruction, followed by an hour of social dance. The group started meeting in early October after organizer Derry Fitzsimmons got permission from the facility. "We're just trying to spread some enthusiasm about dancing," said Fitzsimmons. For more information see their Facebook page at facebook.com/2leftfeetdancing.
Before class starts, 2 Left Feet Dance group instructors Derry Fitzsimmons and Melissa Hamilton, practice the Argentine Tango in a hallway at Pybus Public Market.
CommonBond 5 members gather to make up bundles of their CDs they plan to sell at the farewell concert.
Chuck Wiley, at right, rehearses with other members of CommonBond 5. The group was preparing for their farewell concert on Saturday. They’ve been together since 2001.
Pateros Relief Center volunteers joined victims of the Carlton Complex Fires show their appreciatio of the hundreds of hats, mittens, gloves and scarves donated by the Lacey Presbyterian Church last week.
Bob Bolsinger and Bill Stutz, members of the Lacey Presbyterian Church, presented relief center volunteers Deb Stennes, Molly Westlund and Teri England with six huge boxes full of hats, mittens, gloves and scarves for victims of the Carlton Complex Fires last Friday.