I feel all flappers should have 5 words.
Flappers can be found all over the country today, from the small southern towns of Kentucky and Tennessee to the big mountain towns of Montana and Oklahoma to the very big cities of New York.
Flappers are a diverse bunch, but all have one thing in common: they love their country and their style. Flappers embrace the timeless American lifestyle that is about family, country music and the culture of country. Flappers are as American as apple pie, and just as beautiful as the people that own them.
They want a life where you can enjoy everything in life with the freedom you find right before you die.
From the moment you step on stage, it’s your turn to live it up, and the only way to give it to them in the most authentic way possible is by dancing like a flapper.
So, get out there and experience Flapper’s Country Dancing like never before!
Our flapper dance classes take place on Saturday and Sunday mornings. We start at 9:15 AM with a basic dance, followed by 2 hours of fun, music and excitement.
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As of April 2017, there are 14,836,100 American military jobs open to the public.
This is the first time since 1995 that there are 17 million empty jobs on the workforce. This represents a significant increase in military and civilian jobs that have become unfilled since the financial crisis.
Nearly all of the military jobs are located in the public sector, but an estimated half of the civilian job openings are classified as “private-sector.”
Nearly one-fifth of government jobs are vacant, meaning that people that could perform certain public duties cannot do so.
The number of total civilian jobs in the US has declined over this last decade, while the active duty military has grown by more than 8 million since 2010.
The military is the largest single component of the economy in the US. Approximately 5.5% of the US workforce is deployed in the military; approximately 3% is active duty.
These estimates assume that many federal, state and local government jobs are classified as “private sector.” Of course in the public sector, all jobs are classified as “public” jobs.
Most of your favorite military job and many government jobs are also open to the public. Military jobs, including the military, police and
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