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Ormond Beach Observer Monday, May 13, 2013 6 years ago

OUR TOWN: A cappella singers and tap dancers and tree-givers, oh my!

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New officers signed up for singing group; senior dancers win competition; Casements gets free tree from Garden Club; and, a birth announcement.

BY THE OBSERVER STAFF

Sweet Adelines officers installed

New officers for the Sweet Adelines International Song of the Coast chapter, a barber shop quartet-style women’s group which rehearses Mondays at Tomoka United Methodist Church, at 1000 Old Tomoka Road, have been installed.

New officers include Amy Mielke, treasurer; Barbara Abendschein, vice president; Susan Kaznoski, president; Carolyn Deni, recording  secretary; and Betsy Wilber, corresponding secretary.

Susan Kaznoski also received the Sweet Adeline of the Year Award.

Call 252-0300.

Senior tap dancers take first

The Tap Dolls, Ormond Beach’s Micki Mansfield, JoAnn Schafer and  Laura Hughes, of Dance Express Productions, in Holly Hill, earned first place in the 40-plus age division at the Encore Dance Competition last month, at the Peabody Auditorium.

Visit danceexpressproductions.com. Senior discounts available. Call 679-4855.

Branching out: Garden Club donates tree

Keeping up with its mission to beautify areas of Ormond Beach, the Ormond Beach Garden Club donated a Crepe Myrtle tree to The Casements on Arbor Day, last month.

Welcome to the world, Vivian Demchak!

Ormond Beach Recreation Director Mike Demchak and his wife, Natalie, welcomed a 21-inch, eight-pound, 11-ounce baby girl to the world April 21. Vivian Elizabeth Demchak was born at 6:54 a.m.

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