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    RuddBaron Sept. 24, 2001, 1:42 p.m. (Message 27488)

    Does anyone have the ball program for the 2001 Stone Mountain Highland Games 
    Scottish Evening?
    
    s/RBJ
    
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    Slàinte mhath, h-uile latha, na chì 'snach fhaic. Slàinte mhòr.
    An Ridir Radtherfòrd Beurach MacIain, MacSiamas
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    Susie Petrov Sept. 24, 2001, 6:52 p.m. (Message 27494, in reply to message 27488)

    Greetings!
    
    If your dancing feet take you to the Stone Mountain Highland Games in 
    Atlanta, Georgia please do come along to the Saturday night Gala 
    Dance!  Music will be provided by the young, talented fiddlers, Laura 
    Risk and Hanneke Cassel with myself providing piano accompaniment. 
    Your ticket to the evening provides admission to a 7:30pm concert 
    featuring Alasdair Fraser and to the dance which begins later.  The 
    program is straightforward and includes the following dances:
    
    Gay Gordons, Dashing White Sergeant, Hooper's Jig, Glasgow 
    Highlanders, Trip to Bavaria, College Hornpipe, Sauchie Haugh, 
    Montgomerie's Rant, St. John River, Eightsome Reel, Kendall's 
    Hornpipe, Duke of Perth, Mary Stewart's Strathspey, Bonnie Geordie's 
    Wig, C'est L'Amour, Dalkeith Strathspey, Reel of the 51st, White 
    Heather Jig, Balgeddie Reel
    
    Details can be found on the web site. As they would say in the south, 
    "Y'all come!"
    
    Susie Petrov
    -- 
    "If you can talk, you can sing.  If you can walk, you can dance."
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    Rebecca Sager Sept. 25, 2001, 3:19 a.m. (Message 27498, in reply to message 27488)

    And when you come to Atlanta for the Stone Mountain Highland Games - come
    one day earlier for the Atlanta Branch Workshop and Gala on Friday,
    October 19th. Muriel Johnstone will be providing the music and her
    husband Bill Zobel will be teaching, along with local teacher Margaret
    Adam (who was my very first SCD teacher and inspiration).
    All the details are on our web site, newly revamped by webmistress Nancy
    Kidd
    http://www.mindspring.com/~atlbrnch
    The latest edition of the Petronella Paper is on the web site for the
    first time - not sure if it's a printable version yet, but we are aiming
    in that direction.
    To echo Susie -
    "Y'all come"!!
    
    Becky
    
    Becky Sager
    Marietta GA USA

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