Heading Home to Oregon

by Lila on August 2, 2016

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I have cancelled Beach Dance events for the next couple of weeks as I am heading home to Oregon to be with my family.

One death was expected. One was not. Both have left all of us grieving deeply, each in our own ways and I, I need to be with them.

I will return to Maui on August 18th and the next Beach Dance events will be on Friday the 19th and Sunday the 21st.

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