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Welcome to the
MUSIC CITY BOP CLUB

Music City Bop Club

 

 

 

 

 

Membership for a year in the Music City Bop Club is $35.00 per year.

Please join the bop club and help to support it.

 

September Dance  SCHEDULE 

Rest of September Dance schedule for MCBC
Sept. 15 or 16 NO dancing
Sept 21st, YES DANCING, Thursday at American Legion
Post 88 2717 McCampbell Ave 7:30pm

Mickey will be your DJ. $5 at the door
September 28th NO Dancing

 

October Dance schedule.  Always 7:30p
Oct 5th. Membership 
Oct 12th Dancing mtg/ BD
Oct 19th NO dancing/Louisville 
Oct 26th Halloween party
“Shivers” line dance lesson & Bop lessons coming in Nov.

  

 

OUR CLUB IS LOCATED IN NASHVILLE, TN.  
    WE WERE FORMED IN 1988 AS A NON PROFIT CLUB DEDICATED TO THE STYLE OF DANCE KNOWN AS 
         BOP, SHAG & SWING DANCING. 


        OR Michal Ann Scudder - 931-505-2787-- mascudder45@icloud.com
AND OUR DRESS CODE ON SATURDAY NIGHT IS ALSO CASUAL
               COME ON OUT - LET'S DANCE!
                 MAILING  ADDRESS: 

MUSIC CITY BOP CLUB

℅ SANDY WEBSTER

1230 BRENTWOOD POINTE III

BRENTWOOD, TN 37027

Membership for a year in the Music City Bop Club is $35.00 per year.

Please join the bop club and help to support it.

OUR CLUB IS LOCATED IN NASHVILLE, TN.

WE WERE FORMED IN 1988 AS A NOT FOR PROFIT CLUB DEDICATED TO THE STYLE OF DANCE KNOWN AS 
         BOP, SHAG & SWING DANCING. 

 

OR Michal Ann Scudder - 931-505-2787-- mascudder45@icloud.com
AND OUR DRESS CODE ON SATURDAY NIGHT IS ALSO CASUAL
               COME ON OUT - LET'S DANCE!
                 MAILING  ADDRESS: 

MUSIC CITY BOP CLUB

℅ SANDY WEBSTER

1230 BRENTWOOD POINTE III

BRENTWOOD, TN 37027

Membership for a year in the Music City Bop Club is $35.00 per year.

Please join the bop club and help to support it.

Contacts

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Just a Friendly Reminder

If you have changed your email address lately please give your new email to Sandy Webster so she can change it on your membership information. This will make sure you continue to get information about the bop club.

Sue Kestner     sjkestner@comcast.net 

Sandy Wester   Sandywebster1@comcast.net

For info call Michal Ann Scudder - 931-505-2787-- mascudder45@icloud.com

Our dress code is always casual on our regular Saturday nights from 7:00pm till 10:00pm.

Lessons

Lessons are FREE for members, $5 for non-members (1st two lessons can be applied to membership,)  Membership for a year in the Music City Bop Club is $35.00 per year.

There’s no better place to party in Nashville TN. than Music City Bop Club. Grab your friends and loved ones and make your way down to Music City Bop Club for a great atmosphere and an even better dance experience. Since opening our doors in 1988, Music City Bop Club has been leading the DJ enhanced dancing. 

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The Cost of a Dance Club

It takes more than just people showing up to dance to support a dance club.
Membership – Why pay a membership fee? Lots of people are content to pay more money for entrance to parties rather than save money by paying a membership fee and paying the lower entrance fee to parties, because they don’t want to have to “do a job” in the club. Well, memberships are needed for clubs to survive. Clubs that are members of the American Bop Association have to pay a yearly fee . Clubs have to pay a fee to the one of the music associations in order for the DJs to be able to play artists music for the public. Clubs have expenses such as websites and their upkeep, newsletters to publish, flyers for parties or events, and other expenses just to exist. Membership money doesn’t cover the cost of weekly or monthly parties.

Some clubs are fortunate enough to have a restaurant or club to support them and allow them to use their facilities free of charge. These clubs are few and far between. Most clubs have to pay rent for the facility and also pay for the DJ to play. Venues aren’t cheap. This is why clubs must also charge a fee at the door for the party and sell raffle tickets and 50/50 tickets. An average club will have to pay at a minimum $400 or maybe even $600 to have a party. That would be $4-$6 a piece entrance fee for 100 people....see where I’m going with this? Then, even if you have a cash bar and members bring food or snacks, the club has to furnish plates, napkins, forks. Decorations? Not required, but people prefer a little something. You need tickets to have a raffle, paper, pens, books to keep track of people signing in, expenses, etc.

Our goal is to preserve and promote the dance. Dance lessons, events in the community, donations to our community or dance related causes...?
Money aside, parties don’t just happen. You have members that serve as Officers and Board Members and club members. Should they have to do ALL the work for the club? No. They are the representatives and final decision makers, but they alone can’t do all the work. Parties have to have a venue, they need a date, a DJ, persons to get the room ready – set up tables, decorate, persons to man the door and sign in people, take up the money, someone to organize the food, persons to sell the raffle and 50/50 tickets, someone to make the announcements, people to clean up, someone to pay the venue and the DJ, someone to send updates and pictures to the webmaster and the editor of the newsletter. What about when the party is over. Someone has to publish the newsletter, coordinate Charity functions, make flyers for upcoming events, teach the dance lessons to get new members in.... the list goes on.

So what does it mean to be a member... let’s see... Webster says a “constituent part of a whole”. It takes the members working together as a whole to keep the group together. Everyone must play their part. Not everyone needs to perform the same task, and some are better at different tasks than others.

The club can’t function without the members. Without the members, there is no party. Without a party, you don’t get to talk to your friends and dance. Therefore, participate, support your club by coming to the dances, promote the club, work for the club, bring new friends in to further growth of the club, have an opinion and don’t expect something for nothing.

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