Email from Joe:

Don't forget   CAMP AND STAMP WEEKEND June 24 and 25

See updated details at the end

I got there, hooked up the laptop, then left for most of the evening. I was tiwed... 
But here's what went on in my absence.:)
notes from Roger: Before Joe arrived with the laptop we used CDs and danced:

Strumicka Petorka 	Macedonia
Kulsko NW 		Bulgaria
Sitna Zborenka  	Bulgaria, Dobrudz^a
Moravac 		Serbia  	I asked Russ if he new it (I like the music) he said he thought it was one of
					the first U S^ets.

1  Tino More            Macedonia
2  Devojce, Devojce     Macedonia
3  Dospatsko Horo       Bulgaria
4  Rustemul             Romania
5  Pe Batute            Romania
6  Danec                Bulgaria
7  Svkrvino             Macedonia
8  Maruntica de la Cajvana      Romania
9  Cadaneasca de la Macin       Romania
10 Lakodalmi Tanc       Hungary
11 Gerakina             Greek
12 Yankinata            Bulgaria
13 Gorani               Armenia
14 Cimpoi               Romania
15 Tervelska Raka       Bulgaria
16 Bees of Maggieknockater Scotland  	Marvin first introduced this dance to us last March (03-05-05)
					Then again May 14,05. Tonight Marvin walked us through it again and
					then danced to the music. Done two times.
17 Be'er Basadeh        Israel
18 Gavotte d'Honneur    Brittany
19 Jacob's Ladder       Israel
20 Easter Thursday      England  	Roger initiated teaching this dance with help from Russ.  Done twice>
21 Garoon               Armenia
22 Newcastle            England  	Russ refreshed our memories first.>
23 Trite Puti           Bulgaria
24 Ajde Janorock 2      Serbia
25 Tervelska Tropanka   Bulgaria
26 Sedi Donka           Bulgaria
27 Zartounk             Armenia
28 Joc Batranesc de la Niculitel Romania

Attendees, in no particular order.

1  Russ
2  Missy
3  Rose
4  Don
5  Roger
6  Joe
7  Jackie
8  Marvin
9  Jon
10 Karen
11 Connie



Directions to the old LaSalle School and tentative schedule:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to announce once again that...Saturday,June 24th, some of the Bozeman, Butte and Helena group
are coming to dance with us...  We'll dance at the LaSalle School in the afternoon. 1PM

After 5:00 or so, we will break for a potluck dinner in the same location. (We will coordinate what food items to bring,
when we know who will do that task.)

At 7:00 we will be at the Salvation Army Gym as usual.

(Those coming from out of town, come directly to the school. If you have a tent to set up at Russ's, then you can set
up after the potluck and before dancing at the Salvation Army Gym; if you want to.)

Directions to the old school are as follows:  Drive up Hwy. 2 toward Glacier Intl. Airport.  Across from the north
end of the airport is large blue hanger across the street is a railroad siding where there is usually a row of boxcars.
Look for Pioneer Rd. that crosses the railroad tracks and drive about 1/4 mi. east.  You will see the school on the
corner of the Olsen Machine Park and go into the gate down a little ways (south) of the school.


If you need better directions, call Russ

Salvation Army Gym, where we dance every Saturday 7 to 10 pm, We will be able to dance until 11 o'clock Saturday night.

More folk dancing Sunday morning in Russ's famous "chicken house".  Sunday we'll cook up breakfast in Russ's kitchen,
like we did last year.  Some thought that was one of the nicest parts of the weekend. Then we can dance again, at the
LaSalle School or the chicken house, depending on how many want to dance.

Ta, Joe