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"The Cote St. Luc Men's Club is celebrating 27 years of continuous activity and growth, reaching a high of over four hundred members. Many of the club members do volunteer work, some in the hospitals, some in V cops, their way of giving back to the community. At their weekly meeting, the members were treated the exotic dancing of Nadia Baladi, who started her dancing career when she was three years old, back in Grozny, Russia.
Nadia's dancing has gotten her to doing a series of shows and television appearances in more then forty countries, among them Egypt, Israel, Germany, Turkey, U.S.A., and Canada. The photo shows left to right: Syd Kronish, President of the Men's Club, Nadia Baladi and Mark Kotler, chairman of meeting programs."