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On Thursday, February 13th
at the Byron Fire Hall, 70 plus
attendees came together to cele-
brate Valentine’s Day at Genesee
County’s Adults with Develop-
mental Disabilities Valentine’s
Day Dance.
Attendees entered the heart-
filled Byron Fire Hall on a beau-
tifully mild February evening.
Most folks were dressed in red,
some even wore heart adorned
t-shirts. As usual, folks danced
to their favorite songs and en-
joyed the usual snacks. Uncle Joe
snapped photos between filling in
as the evening’s DJ.
A highlight of the evening was
when our young ByronVolunteer
Fire Fighters paraded to the dance
floor leading the group inMichael
Jackson’s “Thriller”. Later on
the young men came back to the
dance floor in their fire fighter’s
gear to lead the group in the
YMCA dance. February birth-
days were recognized prior to
our customary circle dances; the
chicken dance & the hokie pokie.
The next dance is the St. Pat-
rick’s Dance on Thursday, March
13th. The dates for the dances
through May are as follows: the
April dance is a Pajama Dance
on Thursday, April 17th, and the
last dance of the season is on
Thursday, May 15th, it will be
the Hawaiian Dance.
All dances are 6:30 pm to 8:30
pm at the Byron Fire Hall on Rt.
262 near the Rt. 237 intersection.
The dances are sponsored by
Byron Ladies Auxiliary, and are
open to all folks with develop-
mental disabilities ages 13 and up
living in Genesee County, family
and caregivers are also welcome.
Adequate supervision is required.
Anyone wanting to volunteer or
need more information may call
Pat Iamon at 245-2918 or Laura
Platt at 548-2245.
Photo Caption: Justin & Corrinne dressed in red Strike a Pose.
Volunteer Fire Fighters
Lead a Favorite Dance
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