Kingwood line dancers perform
- Written by Jeffry Tupa
Line Dancers of Kingwood perform for Arbor Terrace and Cypress Woods senior living facilities Volunteer Kingwood line-dancers gave of their time and talent to perform for two senior living facilities recently. Many of the dancers from the free dance classes at the Kingwood Community Center exhibited fun dance routines for the entertainment of the residents at these local senior homes. Residents and guests of The Arbor Terrace, formerly the Westminster House, on Jan. 31, experienced such a level of community care and selflessness that all the volunteers exhibited. A resident of the facility, Armondo Mares, is a regular dancer with the popular group and also performed for the large audience. Several of the seniors living there were engaging in the fun, and residents, the kitchen staff, administrators managers, and Jennifer, the activities director, participated in the dance numbers, which were called by the Kingwood Community Centers volunteer teacher, Kay Caffey. Join the free dance classes at the Kingwood Community Center, 4102 Rustic Woods Drive. Classes meet on Tuesdays at 3 p.m. and Thursdays at 2 p.m. Even though the classes are officially only one hour, many in the class stay for an additional half-hour, just because they enjoy it so much. Besides entertaining locally, line-dancers also enjoy workshops and parties in Houston. On March 12, the Kingwood group is hosting a go western jamboree from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mor e than 200 dancers from the Houston area will be traveling to Kingwood for the festivities. Decorated in a western theme, the community center will offer free lessons, food, and door prizes for those who attend. To learn more, call the center at 281-348-2570. Photo - Linedancers perform for residents at The Arbor Terrace.