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1 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION'S ARCHIVES 51st NATIONAL - WODONGA 2010 Book 2 Compiled by Barbara Treharne (Archives Officer) on behalf of the Australian National Con ventions Board Inc

2 Box Hill Senior Citizens Cent ~'e (Mel. 47 C 10) WHEN: FRIDAY 2nd October 2009 TIME: 7.30 pm for 8pm start. Cost is $10.00 per Person Tables of 10 maximum Put on your thinking caps and join us for a night of trivia, games, prizes and a cuppa. Please BYO drinks and nibbles. TWENTYIO WODONGA NATIONAL COMMITTEE For further information, please phone

3 PROMOTION IN SQUARES AROUND TORIA S.A. ROUND UP TASMANIAN STEPPING OUT TH E AUSTRALIAN SQUARE DANCE REVIEW

4 WOdonga Wodonga Sports & Leisure Centre 10th-14th JUNIE 2010 Ondfllr Thfl Bng r Op ~...,, ~ ~ Run under the Auspices of the Victorian Square Dancing Association Inc Reg: A00058Z8F A8N :::J ro rt' OJ C Remembering Addan and Mirrabelle Brown together with their children Eric, Matthew 8: Brielle who we lost In the BIiJdr Sarurti.1y busmres 2009

5 SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ROUND UP - WOdonga 51st Australian National Square Dance Convention II you missed oul on our first promotion, all is nollosl. Up to 30th November 2009 the early bird ticket slill gives you considerable savings. Only $80.00 per dancer for the weekends' dance ticket. Please join your favourite Callers, Cuers and square dance friends to register early and plan for your holiday. There Is lois of accommodation in the Albury-Wodonga area. From 5-star molels, to 8&8'5 and holiday and caravan parks, catering for all dancers. The tourism desk will be helpful in arranging your accommodation. Phone!ollfree An accommodation list is included on our website, if you wish to make your own arrangements. Visit our website to see what is going on. The website is being updated regularly and if you wish to receive your own updates, please let me know your and I will include you in my contact file. The Committee has revised the fees for the childcare facility. It will be the same as for the Perth Convention, which is $20.00 per child per session. But if the child is booked in for all the 5 evening sessions, the amount is $75.00 pet child. The 2010 WodOflga National Convention will have round dance brackets between the square dancing al nighttime.

6 - SOUTH Wodonga th to 14th J~.~entyl0. net. au letsm eet again in 2010 NEWS PACIFIC REVIEW Wodonga, Vi~lorja IS :~~~~C10th to 4th June In the nvenlian Will be he Co Centre, Hedgerow b It look Court a lot 0 1 courage Bed and to streng carv- In limes gone J no small measure of gr men wtlo I of nl madness an 55 The men and wo th thel a ;podean wond wlldeme broug. hi these attributes WI around the, lots of Infl Ou of glory. website ~"... twenty10.nel. ron form au glvloe:end to us eg ca~ download your r ed I~~:r~ IS stili lime and op~ t price has clos, r This is to da~ ~un of AU per dane: 'afternoon and nlq ~:~rday, Sd~~~~~ ~t!;, callin~ea~~d cs~~ booklet an the dressed-sel para t as well as bi en S, nventien..under the out the ~ hi is the dress-up party P and have Sunday "'9 know how to dress-u participate. We lumes oul there... sam! see a varipee~~~~act. sing or en~~drt~~~ I~ part e to VISit.. In. J u ne The National _ Square... " I.. Dance I~ure t Can you cers who wo ta, ~ dancers 0' ~on-da~.ta"; Jo Taylo,; sec,. "I tact 0"' Act'"9 Sec \,OS ~SC X:. :, \.J t'\\.\ ',\\c;f.~'o~~ a..\~\) o'-l re Dance Conv~...# ~0 V ~ t'::au3 % ~~ - 51st Australian National Square Dance Con_enti It is a long journey 10 "<epa", for the P'em,e. event of the Year ;n squa", dandn Australra, and We are on the home stretch., is still plenty of opportunity 10 get YOUr registrations in. Have you asked yo, 'f tney a", going to meel you at WOdonga's National Convention in June It 'Oon will be 1I"'d ;n tne WOdonga Sports & Lei",.. Centre, Hedgerow Q 14th June ~enty of parking and the shopping Centre ~ ligllt next door. Have a "".twenty/d.netau to see Whal SOrt of activities and tourist altr.lc ides. "a seledion 01 baked d.';glll, ~om Some 'egional bake"l,?ffee at an outdoor cafe. rience the many amazing attractions awaiting YOU. 'nany historicallowns, siles and museums. 4Kplore unique Shopping opportunities Visit the local 81 Mary Beerens, PubliCity Officer. "LET'S MEET AGAIN, IN 'TWENTY TEN"

7 STEPPING OUT TASSIE,, WQdonga The COfwention Committee invites you to join us for a fun filled Weekend of dancing and socializing at Wodonga from 10th to 14th June The event will be held at the Wodonga Sports & Leisure Centre. Hedgerow Crt., Wodonga. Wodonga is a country town, situated on the Murray River. Together with Albury it forms an attractive and special tourist area on the border of Victoria and New South Wales. V ia our website you can find information regarding accommodation in Wodonga or nearby Albury, the dance venue, registration forms and a draft program, as well as links to the Tourist information Centre and the City of Wodonga, for information about the attractions in the Albury/Wodonga area. Accommodation c~n also be arranged with a free call to the Wodonga Tourist Information Centre on 'J'U N 7. r

8 10th to 14th June 2010 Visit our website u The BigTop \1Y ~o~ \1Y ~o~ COME TO THE ( SHOW or Roll up, roll up, come or In Perth "Everyone j' Book your dance ticket at 01 us in 2010 for the "Gre Registrations received b' Convention, will be disc' price. So yoi! P

9 S uares Around Victoria - The official 'ournal of the Victorian S uare Danci Association Inc Friday 2 nd October 2009 THEME -Under The J:Jig Top" 10th to 14th June 2010 :t Please visit our website w w w.twentyl 0.net.au and contact a Committee member if you would like any additional information. -" let 1tET AGf, I lv' E I LN' to1$. ~o WHERE: TIME: Box Hill Senior Citizens Centre m for 8 pm start. Please Note; Early bird prices and Caller/Cuer registrations close on 30th November st Australian National Square Dance Convention The venue is the Sports & Leisure Centre in Hedgerow Crt. Wodonga, next to a shopping complex, where dancers can get refreshments, and some snacks are available from a kiosk at the venue. There is also a tavern and restaurant nearby, where you could eat a hot meal. The decorations are being worked on and working bees are being scheduled. The venue will look fabulous, so dancers can experience this feeling of dancing "Under the Big Top". The venue is great for dancing, with wooden sprung floors and we have already many Caller and Cuer registrations from around Australia. But we would like to receive more registrations to ensure a great variety. We would like you to come and enjoy yourselves, together with hundreds of other square dancers. Only you can make this Convention what we all want it to be; a meeting place of kindred people. Please visit our website You can contact the Committee We would like to assist you with any questions you may have. Registration forms can be downloaded and you can find links to many informative sites, for accommodation, maps or things to do if you make this your holiday time and spend some time in the area. Mary Beerens, Publicity Officer Cost is $10.00 per Person Tables of 8 maximum Put on your thinking caps and come join us for a night of trivia, prizes and a cuppa. lease bring a supper basket to share with your table partners. TWENTY10 WODONGA NATIONAL COMMITTEE For further information, please phone Squares Around Victoria August 2009 Page 31

10 Victoria 51 st Australian National Square Dance Convention It is a long journey to prepare for the premier event of the year in square dancing, in Australia, and we are on the home stretch. There is still plenty of opportunity to get your registrations in. Have you asked your friends if they are going to meet you at Wodonga's National Convention in June this year? The Convention will be held in the Wodonga Sports & Leisure Centre, Hedgerow Court, from 10th to 14th June The venue has plenty of parking and the shopping centre is right next door. Have a look at our website to see what sort of activities and tourist attractions the area provides. You will be pleasantly surprised. Enjoy tasty pub meals, or a selection of baked delights from some regional bakery, enjoy a delicious cake and coffee at an outdoor cafe. Excite your senses and experience the many amazing attractions awaiting you. Step back in time at one of the many historical towns, sites and museums. Cruise on a paddle steamer and explore unique shopping opportunities Visit the local art galleries or wineries. Enjoy a round of golf, rent a bike and follow a railtrail track, experience the rush of water- or snow skiing. Go bushwalking or fishing or just relax and take in some inspirational natural vistas that will simply take your breath away. But don't forget to have plenty of energy left to enjoy the fun and friendship of square dancing and dance, dance, dance. Mary Beerens, Publicity Officer. 8 Squares Around Victoria - 0'1" "LET'S MEET AGAIN, IN TWENTY TEN",,/ r t. '- Th~ official journal of the Victorian Square Dancing Association Inc You still have time to register for the, Square D. ~110 ~CQ --~ ~k ~ ~. g Victoria Wodonga Sports & Leisure Centre is the venue, where we are having this Convention from 10th to 14th June. The Committee has been vvorking tirelessly, so you can expeiience the best dance eveni ever. Decorations are looking great and are almost completed. the program is due to go to print and the website will soon be updated with the new accommodation guide and a local bus schedule. However, if you are still looking for a place to stay, please phone the Visitors Centre (toll free) on They have a current listing of available accommodation for the Queen's birthday weekend. The latest program and dressed-set figures are due to go on our website at the end of March. Visit to get the latest information and make contact with the Committee if you need any answers. Wodonga is situated on the border between Victoria and New South Wales. Many visitors to the area like to kayak on the Murray, others prefer to have a game of golf and there are plenty of sign posted walking and cycling trails. A drive to the summit of Huon Hill, has panoramic views and the Albury War Memorial is another lookout. The original Ettamogah Pub, modeled on the archetypically Aussie watering hole, created in the drawings of Ken Maynard is north of the city at Table Top. Thurgoona, also north, has the Kinross Woolshed, which serves as the area's top country-and-western venue, featuring big-name acts amid the shearing shed decor. Nearby Wonga wetlands, attracts abundant bird life and marsupials. What should not surprise is that this part of the country is rich in villages, proud of being steeped in history. Yackandandah, Beechworth, Chiltern and Corowa all have small museums and historical buildings. Is it any wonder Wodonga was chosen for this Convention? We know you will have a great time exploring the neighbourhood. Please remember to have fun, be happy and meet with your friends to share the enjoyment square dancing provides for us. Mary Beerens, Publicity Officer "LET'S MEET AGAIN, IN TWENTY TEN" Further details are available from

11 51st Australian National Square Dance Convention This is the last update before we all meet in Wodonga. Everything is more or less set to go. Nearly time to pack your bags and head over for the greatest show on earth " Under the Big Top". If you have not registered, you can download the reg istration form and you still have time to get your registration in and book accommodation. The Tour ist Information Centre can be contacted toll free on They have a listing of available accommodation, and are happy to assist you with late bookings. Home to around 90,000 people, The Wodonga Albury area is large enough to provide very varied holiday attractions and entertainment, but small enough for you to enjoy exploring on foot. And that Is certainly the best way to ap preciate its distinctive character, with grand old buildings, richly established gardens and broad tree lined streets. There are contrasts in nature too, with fine formal gardens such as the 1887 Albury Botanic Gardens, Wodonga's re 1axed Sumsion Gardens with a large lagoon and walking tracks, and Albury's Noreuil Park on the banks of the Murray River. The visual arts have impressive homes at Art Space Wodonga and the Albury Art Gallery. So it's time to set your travel intinery. There Is such a lot of things to do and see in Wodonga and the immediate area. Thus before you go, check out the activities section, on our website The Wodonga Sport and leisure Centre will provide the ideal venue for the Australian National Square Dance Convention with plenty of parking available. It Is situated next to Birallee Shopping Centre, which has lots of cafes and various shops. The tavern nearby, serves great meals. The business commu nity in Wodonga and Albury have been forthcoming with specials for the par ticipating dancers and welcome you all t o enjoy the Wodonga area. So please, come and join us from 10 th to 14th June and we promise you a great weekend of square and round dancing. Your registration packs should be arriving soon. The decorations are set to go up and Callers and Cuers are ready to entertain you with a vast variety of music and choreography. We wish you a great Convention. Have fun dancing, be happy and share the enjoyment of square dancing with your friends and the new friends you'll meet. Mary Beerens, Publicity Officer. ~ let 'S MEET AGAIN, IN TWENTY TEN" 6... Q) C o T-i ~ C Q) ~ 3: 3: 3: - Wodonga 10th to 14th June at the Wodonga Sports & Entertainment Cen-

12 51st australlcln natlclnal square dance conventlcln ",. WodongCl - VlctorlCi June 10-14, twent!j/" 4th May 2010 Convenor Keyin Thomas IO.nel.au Arting Serretary 10 Taylor sccrclaryrlilt wenty I O,IIe!,IlU Hi Leanna Time has flown by, Our Convention is now only weeks away. To update you, We now have 10 Children registered for the Childcare and the ages are from 10 months to 11 years. 5 Girls and 5 Boys. I have included a program with this letter for you and the Start times on the back cover. If you could be there about half an hour before the start time it would be great. Remember, it is only for the evening sessions. I have all the details of the children, Bed times, sleeping habits etc, which I will pass on to you. If you have any questions or queries on this, please do not hesitate to call me. Regards 51 st Australian National Square Dance convention Committee Barbara Treharne Venue Manager Treasurrr 10hn Van Delft I0.nel.3u Program Manllger Darren Taylor IO.nel.au Square Oanre Co-ordinator Ralph Weise squares I\\ enty I O.nct.au Round Oanre Co-ordinator Ella Whyte IO.net.au Registrations Offirer Lorraine Lowry to.nct.au Publicity Officer Mury Ikerens Venue Manager Barbara Treharne la.nct.au DerQralions Co-ordinator Carmel Sinclair dccomt l.nct. au Board Uasion Officer Howard Cockburn or end: Please address all correspondence to: The Acting Secretary, 51 Ji ANSDC, PO Box TARNEIT V IC 3029 IO.net.au Phone:

13 CHILDMINDI NG - DAILY PARENT SHEET Childs Na me: Parents Name : Date:... Arrival Time: Did he/ she sleep Wel l: Time: What Did he/ she eat: Any Special Instructions: (Sleep time etc) : Expected departure Time: Parent sig nat ure : This Section To Be Completed by the Chi ld Minding Staff Special Activities: General Disposition Today: Comments:

14 (Please Print clearly) Child Surname: 51 st Australian National 5quare Dance Convention - Wodonga 2010 CHILD MINDING REGISTRATION FORM I REG NO: INFORMATION REQUIRED I First: Birth Date: I Age : Sex: 10M 10 F Parent Surname: I First: I Middle: Contact Numbers I ( ) I ( ) Address Of Accom modation Whilst At Convention: In Case Of Emergency Contact's Relationship To Child: Contact Numbers I ( ) I ( ) Bed Time: Please Supply Own Sleeping Equipment i.e. Cot, Blanket, Sleeping Bag etc. Clearly labelled ALLERGIES AND OR MEDICAL CONDITIONS I Name of Another Contact I Surname: First: Sleeping Habits (e.g. security Blanket or Toy) ADDITIONAL PARENT NOTES (i.e. any hints or suggestions that may assist us I" caring for your child) In the event of an emergency, do you give your consent for medical DYes attention to be sought? Do you give your permission to allow your child to watch the dressed set DYes parade? Please provide your own snacks and drinks for your child All Food, Drinks, Bedding, Nappies, Training Pants, Sun Block, Hats, Must Be Labelled Please Supply Ample Clothing, Pajamas' etc Clearly Labelled DNa DNa Patient/Guardian signature: Date Please Return This Form By: 03 / 04 /2010 To: Barbara Treharne PO Box 3164 FRANKSTON EAST Vic 3199 Phone: Fax: dos, net.mm.au

15 PARENTS TO COMPLETE, MEDICATION FORM Chitd'sname: Datc of Birth: Medication: ,. Date: Dosage: Time Due: _.... Time last given:.... Reason fo r Medication: Parent I Guardian Signature:.. "... _. _ STAFF TO COMPLETE, Child 's name: Medication Given: Expiry Date: Dosage Given: :.. Time Given: Staff Signature J Witness Signature:... _... REPEAT AUTHORISATIONS PARENTS, Date:.... Date: Signature:.... Signatu re: STAFF, Medication: Medication: Dosage Given: Dosage Given:..... Time Given: Time Given:..... Expiry Date: Expiry Date: Staff/Witness StaffJWitness:

16 ACCIDENT FORM Child's Name: Age:....., Time: Staff Present _ Date: Signature: Detail orlnjury: , , How Injury Occurred: First Aid or Treatment Applied: Follow Up ifneeded: Parents Contacted? yes :.... Time: Not needed:..... Parents Signature: Date:....

17 28'h May 2010 Ref: 005, Kevin THOMAS 86 Hillcrest Road FRANKSTON 3199 Kevin & Barbara As a token of our appreciation for your participation, The Committee of the 51 st Australian National Square Dance Convention invites you to join us for a few drinks and light refreshments at our Official Function to be held after the dancing on Sunday 13 th June This will be held in the "Arena Room" at the Wodonga sports & Entertainment centre. Entry is v ia the doors at the rear of the building. There is plenty of parking just outside and entry is via the ramp. Due to limited numbers, security restrictions and to assist us with catering, please RSVP by 20'" May to:- Barbara Treharne Phone: , As there will be no provision for children at this function, please make alternative arrangements pri~r to the evening. We look forward to you joir: Best Regards '\~ \ Kevin Thomas Convenor All Correspolldeffce should be addressed 10 The Secrefllr)' PO Box 81 J 3, Tameit, flic;loria, 3029

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20 28 th May 2010 kurt Rosenkranz Vi rchowstrasse 8 Braunschweig Germany As a token the 51 st A us for a f held afte n, please make co'lwe, All Correspondence s ~ 6uld be addressed to The Secretary PO Box 8113, Tarneit, Victoria, 3029

21 Canteen ['---- J [ l o ; I NET CURTAINS Sound Curtains Carpet Hall Chairs* Hire Chairs Hall 2 Hire Tables Committee Tent Stage First Aid Tent Scissor Lift q'w spotlight Toilets 1 Row of Hal! Chairs Banner display Exit Doors Main Hall Sales Trestles Carousel 4 Rows of Hall Chairs 2010 Venue Layout NOT TO SCALE * Hall Ch.airs ore those supplied by the venue with felt feet

22 Please, show your Convention ribbon and sign in with your card at the reception desk in the Club, to activate your Temporary Membership Card. Being a member of the Commercial lub Albury mean that you are entitled t e eral members di c unt throughout the lub. These di count prices are part of what makes the Club a better place to be. Discount on el cted drinks at all Bars (excludes Functions). Discount on elected meals at the e ens Restaurant. Di count in the Dining Room on meal purchases. Drinks Reward ard - every twel ilh drink purcha ed at any bar or the Reflections Cafe plus 100 weekly draw. Di counted g d at the Golf lub Pr hop. Ability to accumu]at,point on Members Card for dollars sp nt in the Club and redeelti pint for Club purchase., \i ipe y ur Mem er Card on y Ul' Birthday and rec ive I 00 redenlpti n pint. Cc mplim ntary n ~ paper and periodicals available ~ r daily reading. Conlplimcntary late t. rejease tn vies ever., Tuesday at 1.30pm and 7.3 pm. Regular Artist how at reduc d price. Ability to p rticipat in a sporting r acti it.y gr up including:- Basketball, Billiards and n ker, Bowls, Bridge, Fishing. Golf, Gymnasium, Squash and Swimming. Zodiac Lounge -:'ntertainment - Wedne day to Sunday from 5pm. A well a the ab e the main advantag f being a Member of the Commercial lub i the ability to enjoy unlimited relet ati n in a modern, safe, secure environnlent and receive per onal attention from the Club friendly staff.

23 Murray RIver Lake Hume CORRYONG /.Me Wlllf n HowII Mt Stirling?~ ~ >'~,. ~ Mt.Bul/er U To ""'-""'4~~~ Melbourne FOR MORE DETAILED MAPS ON THE AREAS YOU WISH TO VISIT, PLEASE SEE YOUR NEAREST VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE MAP NORTH EAST TORIA i

24 Participants and friends of the 51 st Australian National Square Dance Convention Welcome to Albury! Wilson Street GI \,/." t- 0:: c ::J." OQ ~ c.. 0 '" ~.. "a ~ " I.--lr-----=EN:-:-::G:-:-::'.LEHAR DT STREET ~ ~... «~ Q. V) 0 :I: >- U IX w ~ 0... o MULTI DeCK ALL DAY vfj I ~TANLEYSREET i [j1f~tet ~ I ~ D ~ DEAN STREET (main street) ~ DD~I[[]I~ IDI ~ D ~ D~D~ TO ALBURY BASE HOSPITAL AND AIRPORT ALBURY SPORTS-- STADIUM o ALL DAY ALEXANDRA PARK -- I 10 0 «0 t «:E O 0 0 >- c> c> Z 3: «II :; D ~ Z Z ~ w «::> ::> ' ' D~D~ ~ I.. ~., I ~ [jlleit[j 0 N ~ ALBURY V) SWIM CENTRE... HUME STREET (HIGHWAY) ~D~DDDD f- NORIEUL PAR

25 , 51 st Australian National Square Dance Convention Albury Central is the place to catch up with family and friends at any time of year. We've got pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants plus local and national retail outlets, a multi screen cinema centre, fabulous new Library I Museum, Art Gallery, two under cover shopping centres plus a gorgeous main street. The specials outlined below can all be redeemed by showing this map to the participating businesses. All offers expire 15 June 2010 unless otherwise stated. Enjoy! Lasting Images Framing & Photography 20-50% OFF IMAGES IN STORE, including LOCAL IMAGES Shop 15/507 Kiewa St (Opp P.O.) Ph Hunters Shoes $25 off recommended retail price 549 Dean Street Ph Olive Health Foods FREE Nutra-Life Magnesium Chelate 60 tabs (for muscle soreness/cramps) valued $16.95 when you purchase Endura Electrolyte Sports Powder 800g (for rehydration/stamina) 540 Olive Street Ph Railway Hotel Excellent meals at very reasonable prices - home of the $10 rump, good standard hotel accommodation, cold beers and warm friendly service Cnr Smollett and Macauley Street Ph Blooms Furniture & Giftware FREE cake of soap, come in and say "Hi!" 476 Dean Street Ph Fonzies Cafe 10% discount on all purchases, Rock & Roll Dancing every Tuesday night from 7.30pm! 451 Dean Street Ph The Healing Gateway 10% discount on all purchases except books and CDs 642 Dean Street Ph Comic & Games Cafe 10% discount on all purchases excluding internet use Shop 8/586 Dean Street Ph Sheppards Mens & Ladies Wear 2nd item 40% discount on purchases of full priced items 606 Dean Street Ph Lighting Bonanza 10% off storewide on all lighting products including table and floor lamps, novelty lights, kids lights, ceiling fans & heat units etc (excludes goods already on special) enr Dean & David Street Ph Forty Winks 20% off all mattresses 549 Young Street Ph Who What Why Beanie K' s, buy 2 and get a Beanie Kid plush key ring FREE 485 Dean Street Ph BearlyWorn 20% discount on full priced children's clothes Kiewa Street (Opposite Post Office) Ph Spiders Costume Hire 10% discount on all costume hire & hire accessories 548 Olive Street Ph Envy on Olive 20% off all stock excluding sale items Shop 2/510 Olive Street Ph Gallery Cafe FREE tea or coffee with purchase of a meal Shop 6/499 Dean Street Ph Charcoal Chicken 20% discount on all meals 471a Dean Street Ph Utah % discount on sunglasses, wigs, hair extensions, jewellery and clothing 501 Dean Street Ph Bags Plus 20% discount on all full priced items, valid 7th to 18th June 544 Olive Street Ph Balls n Bumpers 10% discount on purchases of AFL, sports, gifts & memorabilia 474 Dean Street Ph Skinlogics Visit Skinlogics from June 10 - July 20 and book anyone of our amazing facials and we will give you a back, neck and shoulder massage for FREE!!! Save $45 AMP Lane, 569 Dean Street Ph Perls 20% off rrp on anything over $20 not already reduced 550 Olive Street Ph Bar Sushi Free bottle of water with any food purchase Shop 21 City Walk Arcade Dean St Ph

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30 WOdonga Victoria Wodonga Sports & Leisure Centre 10th -14th JUNE \:)1' \:.>'V \\ \:)1' 0\:.>'" ~ COME TO 1HE GREAm SHOW ON EAR1H "Under The 8 9 Advance Australia Fair,Australians all let us rejoice, For we are young and free; We've golden soil and wealth for toi l, Our home is girt by sea; Our land abounds in Nature's gifts Of beauty rich and rare; In history's page, let every stage Advance Australia fair! In joyful strains then let us sing, "Advance Australia fair!" BenElath our radiant Southern Cross, We'll toil with hearts and hands; To make this Commonwealth of ours Renowned of all the lands; For th odse who've come across the seas We've boundless plains to share; With courage let us all combine To advance Australia fair. 1'1 joyful strains then let us sing "Advance Australia fair!" 12.30pm 9.00am 9.00am 9.30am 10.00am 12.00pm 1.00pm 1.00pm 1.00pm 1.00pm 3.00pm 9.00am 9.00am 12.30pm Meetings at a Glance Thursday 10th June ANSDC Board Room 1 Friday 11th June National Society AC F Board ARDAAGM TAWSAGM Room 1 Room 3 Room 2 Room 4 LUNCH BREAK ARDA General Room 2 Review Editors Room 1 General Callers Room 3 Solo Dancers Room 4 ACF Board Room 3 Sunday 13th June Annual General Main Hall Monday 14th June AC F Breakfast ANSDC Board Room 5 Room 1 Let's meet again in Twenty1 0 MEteting Room Locations Rooms 1 & 2 Roolm 1 - Balcony Room (Top Level) Room 2 - Ground Level Wodonga Tennis Centre Kelly Park, Dalgleish Sireet, Wodonga Distance from Main Venue:1.2 km Time: 2 mins (approx) Room 3 Callers Practice Room Level 3 In the Main Venue Room 4 Trudewind Neighborhood House Quirk Court, Wodonga Distance from Main Venue: 1.2 km Time: 2 mins (approx) Room 5 ACF Function by Invitation Only Embers On Anzac,4327 Anzac Parade, Wodonga Distance from Main Venue:5.6 km Time: 12 mins (approx)

31 INFORMATION FOR DANCERS Convention ribbons are your tickets; they are not transferable, and must be wom at all sessions. The -no ribbon, no 6ntry ~ rule applies at all times. 2 The minimum square dance level of dancing will be Mainstream as per the Callerlab Mainstream program 3 Junior dancers under 12 years old are not permitted in "Round Ups", 4 Correct square dance attire must be worn at au square and found dance sessions (except the theme night). 5 Suitable footwear is to be worn at all sessions. ~ of less than 25 mm (1 "' square will not be permitted on the dance floor under any circumstances. 6 In the interest of safety, consideration for other dane-. ers, and la, prevent any damage to clothing; mobile phones, pagers, bunches of keys, and badges are not to be worn or hung from belts during dancing. 7 NO SMOKING in any area of the venue at any time. 8 The venue will be opened approximately 30 minutes before the commencement of any session. 9 Tea, coffee, cold drinks and snacks will be available from the kiosk in the main venue during the convention. See kiosk for available times. 10 Food and drink must not be taken onto the dance floor under any circumstances. INFORMATION FOR DANCERS - Continued 11 Mobile Phones are to be switched off in all of the dance halls as Ihey may cause interference to the sound equipment 12 Access to the child care centre will only be allowed to designated persons previously registered on the child care form. Children will not be released to any other Person. 13 If a child becomes unmanageable the comminee reserves the right to remove and exclude the child from the child care centre for the rest of the convention. No fee refund will be available in these circumstances 14 Please make yourself familiar with the evacuation procedures and exit points at this venue. 15 Do not open exit doors except in a case of emergency. 16 V'v'hilst every care will be taken, the Convention Committee can take no responsibility for loss or damage to delegates property. 17 Dancers must not use any substance on their shoes or place any substance on the floor. 18 5t John Ambulance first aid units will be available at the venue during the convention. 19 The Convention Committee reserves the right to change the program or any venue location without prior notice. Trail- In Dance Thursday Night 7.30pm Main Hall Pre-Round Dances Carol Simondson A Beautiful Time Sam Anne Tulloch SA Twilight Time Together Adrian Weise Perfed Harmony Shirley Bates SA 2 3 Firsl Kiss Fiddle Stepper Polka Madeline II General Round-Up Janice Alexander les Tulloch Kevin Kelly Partner Round-Up Ken lazarus David Smythe Gary Petersen Ladies Choice Round-Up Gary Carpenter les Healon Jeff Seidel Round Dances Dorothy Ranger NSW Moon River Fireman Two Step 4 General Round-Up Rod Dinte Graham Jamieson Paula Wright MC: Fiona Callaghan Cha PH III Waltz PH Two Step PH Waltz PH 11+2 Two Slep PH II Waltz PH II Two Step PH II Waltz PH 11+2 MC: Gary Petersen SA (H) WA OLD (H) QLD NSW NSW IH) SA Waltz PH 11+' Two Step PH MC; Alan Evans OLD (H) Trail- In Dance Thursday Night Cant. 7.30pm Main Hall 5 Square Up Robin Weltevreden Jeff Garbut Phillip Aslanidis 6 Partner Round Up Neil Wynn Alan Evans Jeff Van Sambeeck Round Dances Fiona Callaghan Try To Remember 7 B OLD WAIH) OLD WA (H) Waltz PH II Except For Monday Two Slep PH 11+1 General Round-Up Ralph Weise Allen Kerr Howard Cockburn Square Up Paul Long Nev Mclachlan Richard Muir MC: Howard Cockburn ACT (H) WA OLD WA Dancers are reminded that smoking ;s not permitted in any venue associated with the convention. Smoking is banned within 10 metres of any doorway at the Venue. Please refrain from smoking in any doorway opening into the venue.

32 Official Opening Friday Night 7.30pm THE BIG TOP P.-.Round Dances Les Tulloch SA Candida Rumba PH III I'll Be The One Che PH III Paula Armstrong OLD Waltzing With Tammy Waltz PH 11+1 It All Depends On You Two Step PH 11+1 Dorothy Ranger NSW Manuela Waltz PH Tequila Two Step PH II Thelma McCue SA Waltz To Paradise Waltz PH II Song In The Night Two Step PH II 8.00pm Official Opening, General Round Up Gary Petersen Jeff Seidel Jeff Seidel 2 Partner Round-Up Alan Evans David Smythe David Smythe 3 Interstate Round.Up Jeff Gamut Peter Humphries Peter Humphries OLD SA (H) SA OLD OLD (H) OLD WA (H) Official Opening Friday Night ConL 7.30pm 4 5 THE BIG TOP Square Up Darren Taylor Mike Davey Mike Davey General Round-Up Diane Ashton Jeff Van Sambeeck Jeff Van Sambeeck 6 Ladies Choice Round-Up Janice Alexander Graham Elliott Graham Elliott (H) TAS WA(H) WA SA (H) SA Round Dance Be... McLachlan OLD Spinning If.Iheel Waltz Waltz PH II Cherokee Two Slep Two Step PH Partner Round-Up Nev Mclachlan Howard Cockbum 8 Square Up Kevin Kelly Richard Muir OLD WA WA Round Dances Ella Whyte Edelweiss Waltz PH II If The Devil Danced Two Step PH II ~l&. --.~-. ~ \ "':-., u,day Afternoon Round Dancing pm : Bev McLachlan SIDE SHOW ALLEY Before Voting la Armstrong QLD Island In The Stream Rumba Ph III :)thy Ranger NSW Memories Are Made Of This Foxtrot Ph III Ima McCue SA Wouldn't yo\) Know Foxtrot Ph III Mclachlan WA Tranquillity Waltz Ph 11+1 Tulloch ACT Taw Pins Waltz Ph 11+1 an Weise Ruby 06 Two Step Ph 11+1 Voting To T8ke Place On Above Dances sentation Of 2010 Showcase Roynd, McLachlan ACT Thank You For Loving Me,thy Ranger NSW Forever In Blue Jeans la Armstrong QLD Smile Foxtrot Ph III Cha Ph III Foxtrot Ph til 1ey Bales SA Nature Boy Waltz Ph 111 \ WA TBA Saunder Rooney Two Step Ph II Iprn -4.3Qpm : Ella Whyte ""yle Tulloch Saturday Round Dance lm"iile You Danced Waltz Ph IV One Moment In Time Rumba Ph III Sound Of Music Foxtrot Ph III Just Remember The Sunshine Cha Ph III SA Desert Soog Waltz Ph IV Amapoloa Rumba Ph Movin' Quickstep Ph On A Star Cha Ph Saturday Aftemoon Round Dancing Conl pm SIDE SHOW ALLEY Bev McLachlan OLD Fascination Tango For Strings Ginny Come This Can't Be love Waltz Ph IV Tango Ph III Bolero Ph Foxtrot Ph III Pat Saunder Rainbow Connections Waltz Ph IV Blloxy Lady I Wanna A Quickstep First Foxtrot Rumba Ph IV.1 Quickstep Ph Foxtrot Ph III Me: Pat Saunder Thelma McCue SA Wish Me A Rainbow Waltz Ph IV Fly Me To The Moon Foxtrot Ph III Born To Late Cha Ph III Hot Hot Meringue Ph Paula Annstrong OLD Foolish Hean Walt2 Ph IV Bec1tley Square Foxtrot Jive Ph Memory Rumba Ph I Can See Clearly Now Cha Ph III Me: Ella Whyte Corinne Bradshaw WA love Is A Many Splendored Thing Ph IV Pop Goes The Movie TSlRumba Ph You Light Up My Ufe Waltz Ph IV Angel's Don't Lie Rumba Ph III Dorothy Ranger NSW Carnival The last Tear Shirley Bates SA Apple Blossom Time Die Lorelle Fiona Callaghan One lost Moment Calendar Rumba Ph IV+2 Bolero Ph Foxtrot Ph IV Waltz Ph WaltzPh IV Jive Ph IV+'+1

33 Saturday Afternoon Mainstream 12.30pm Saturday Afternoon PLUS 2.30pm THE BIG TOP THE BIG TOP (All Brackets are Square Up) 1 General Round-Up Me: Carren Taylor Wilma Flannery NSW 1 Intro to Plus Graham Elliott SA (H) Peler Humphries Jim Buckingham WA 2 Jeff Van Sambeeck WA 2 Fun Shop Partner Round Up Richard Muir WA(H) Oarren Taylor Richard Muir WA 3 Ladies Choice Round-Up 3 Alan Evans OLD Andy Lown NSW Paul Long WA (H) Bevan Titmarsh OLD (H) Paul long WA Graham Jamieson 4 Peler Humphries 4 Fun Shop Square Up Allen Kerr ACT (H) Janice Alexander Allen Kerr ACT 5 Interstate Round Up Me: Wilma Flannery 5 Richard Muir WA Gary Carpenter NSW David Smythe OLD (H) Les Heaton NSW(H) David Smythe OLD Neil V'Jynn 6 Kathy Racine USA 6 Fun Shop General Round Up Nev McLachlan OLD (H) Gary Petersen OLD Nev Mcl achlan OLD 7 Square Up 7 Alan Evans OLD Rod Dinte OLD Peter Humphries (H) Allen Kerr ACT (H) Peter Humphries Mathew Mills OLD 8 Jeff Van Sambeeck WA 8 Partner Round-Up Jeff Seidel SA (H) Wilma Flannery NSW Jeff Seidel SA Jeff Garbul WA David Smythe OLD Dressed Sets Saturday Night 7.00pm Dressed Sets Saturday Night Cont. 7.00pm THE BIG TOP THE BIG TOP Pre-Round Dance 4 ladies Choice Round-Up Bev Mclachlan OLD Folsom Prison Blues Cha PH III Janice Alexander Answer Me Waltz PH III Nev Mclachlan OLD (H) Adrian Weise Nev Mclachlan OLD Two Steppin' Millie Two Step PH II Pretty Bubbles Waltz PH II 5 Partner Round-Up Guesl You'll Never Know Two Step PH II Darren Taylor My Cup Runneth Over Waltz PH II Kevin Kelly WA (H) Corinne Bradshaw WA Velora Two Step PH II Kevin Kelly WA Tips Of My Fingers Waltz PH 11 6 General Round-Up 7.30pm Dressed Sets Parade Kurt Rosenkranz GDR 1 Kathy Racine USA (H) General Round-Up Kathy Racine USA Wilma Flannery NSW Richard Muir WA (H) Round Dance Richard Muir WA Pat Saunder The last Waltz Waltz PH II 2 Partner Round-Up Bossa Nova Two Step PH II Jim Buckingham WA 7 Partner Round-Up Tony Bowring (H) David Smythe OLD Tony Bowring Jeff Seidel SA (H) Peter Humphries 3 Sq uare Up Allen Kerr ACT 8 Square Up Howard Cockburn (H) Paul long WA Howard Cockburn Mike Davey Round Dance ~ Thelma McCue SA Dreams Come True Waltz PH II All Shook Up Two Step PH II,-",:..,

34 Sunday Afternoon "THE BIG TOP" Mainstream 12.30pm Gene,..1 Round.Up Graham EllIOtt Jeff V.n Sambeeck Allen Kerr 2 p,rtner Round Up Ralph Weise Paula Wright Andy Lown 3 Inte"tete Round Up Mathew Mills Andrea Braun Phillip Aslanidis Me: Granam Elliott SA WA ACT (H) NSW OLD SAIH) ViC 4 Partner Round.Up Me: Jim Buckingham Ken Lazarus Jim Buckingnam WA (H) Les Heaton NSW 5 Generat Round Up Bevan Tltmarsh OLD Les Tulloch SA (H) Alan Evans OLD 6 Ladles Choice Round Up Andy lown Wilma Flannery Tony Bownng NSW NSW (H) 7 Partner Round.Up Me: Kevin KeUy Paul Long WA Jeff Garbutt WAIH) Alan Evans OLD 8 Squar$ Up Jeff Seidel Peter Humphries Kevin Kelly SA WA Sunday Afternoon Round Dancing 2.30pm 4.30pm THE BIG TOP 2.30pm. 30pm EXDerimentals Me; Bev McLachlan EXDerimontal Round, 2909 Bev Mclachlan OLD Thelma McCue SA Dorothy Ranger NSW Experimental Rounds 2010 lnhy Foxtrot Ph IV+2 Evergreen Rumba Ph IV+2 Run For The Roses Waltz Ph IV+2 Bev Mclachlan ACT Changing Partners Foxtrol Jive Ph IV Dorothy Ranger NSW Oh Carol Rumba Ph IV+2 TBA OLD Boogie Time JIVe Ph IV+' Thelma McCue SA Lady Is A Tramp Quickstep Ph IV.2+1 TBA WA TBA Ella \Nhyte Something Quickstep Ph IV+2 Fiona Callaghan Dancing & Dreaming Foxlrot Ph IV+2 Bev Mclachlan OLD Onedine Waltz Ph VI Love Me Tonight Rumba Ph V NO SMOKING Dancers are reminded that smoking is not permitted in any venue associated with the convention. Smoking is banned within 10 metres of any doorway at the Venue. Please refrain from smoking in any doorway opening into the venue. Sunday Afternoon A LEVEL 12.30pm SIDE SHOW ALLEY (AI/Brackets are Square Up) A2 Howard COCkburn 2 A2 Jeff Seidel 3 A2 Alan Evans 4 A1 Allen Kerr 5 A1 Peter Humphries 6 A1 Jeff Van Sambeeck 7 A1 Richard Muir 8 Inlro to A1 Howard Cockburn SA OLD ACT WA WA Sunday Afternoon PLUS 2.30pm SIDE SHOW ALLEY (A ll Brackets are Square Up) David Smythe Richard Muir Gary Petersen Nev Mclachlan Paul Long Jeff Seidel Allen Kerr Howard Cockburn OLD WA OLD OLD WA SA ACT ViC Dress-Up Theme: Under The Big Top Official Closing Sunday Night 7.00pm THE BIG TOP Pre Round Dancee Me: Paula Annstrong Shirley Bales SA You're Nobody's Baby Foxtrot PH III More Than Ever Rumba PH III Carol Simondson Wlile We Danced Waltz PH II Everybody Wants To Be A Cat TS PH II Pat Saunder Piano Roll Waltz Waltz PH II Numero Cinco Two Step PH II Showcases Dancers Choice Teachers Choice 2 3 Les Tulloch 4 General Round.Up Allen Kerr Gary Carpenter Richard Muir Partner Round Up Mike Davey MalhewMilts Peter Humphries Square Up Graham Elliott Jim Buckingham Nev McLachlan Me: Nev McLachlan ACT NSW WA OLD SA WA OLD Round Dances SA Could I Have This Dance Waltz PH II That Jazz Two Step PH II Partner Round-Up Jeff Garbutt David Smythe Janice Alexander Me : David Smythe WA OLD

35 - Dress Up Theme: Under The Big Top Official Closing Sunday Night Cont. 7.00pm 5 6 THE BIG TOP Interstate Round-Up Diane Ashton les Tulloch Wilma Flannery Square Up Gary Petersen Jeff Van Sambeeck Kevin Keny Official Closing Round Dances Paula Armstrong OLD A Million Tomorrows SH 800m General Round-Up Richard Muir Mike Davey Howard Cockburn Partner Round Up Alan Evans Darren Taylor Tony BOwring Square Up Round-Up Peter Humphries Nov McLachlan Paul long TAS SA NSW QLD WA WA Waltz PH II Two Step PH II Me: Mike Davey WA QLD QLD WA (k HALL 1 ll (),J) "f" ( ).,I., 'T " HALL +. 2 <'.)... ( '),I,,., \1 -F' ~1 \...-._ " Arrows = EXIT Important Emergency Information. Please Take Note' In The Case Of An Emergency Evacuation OIThis Venue Please Follow The Direction. OIThe Convention Committee And Evacuation Officers. Please Make Yourself Familiar With All Evacuation Points Of This Venue As Marked On The Venue Plan Located At The Entry Of This Venue. If You Are Unsure Please Contact A Member Of The Convention Committee.

36 Monday Afternoon "Main Hall" Mainstream 12.30pm General Round-Up Jim Buckinoham Rod Dinte Kurt Rosenkranz 2 Partner Round-Up Diane Ashton Janice Alexander Paula Wright 3 General Round-Up Andy Lawn Gary Carpenter Wilma Flannery Me: Diane Ashton WA OLD (H) GDR TAS (H) NSW NSW (H) NSW 4 Ladies Choice Round-Up MC : Gary Carpenter Kurt Rosenkranz GDR Ken Lazarus (H) Graham Elliott 5 General Round-Up Bevan Titmarsh Les Heaton Rod Dinte 6 Partner Round-Up Phillip Aslanidis Ralph Weise Neil Wynn SA OLO NSW {H) OLD (H) 7 Interstate Round-Up Me: Les Tulloch Garry Petersen OLO Paul Long WA (H) Mike Davey 6 Square Up Gary Carpenter Graham Jamieson Les Tulloch NSW SA Monday Afternoon PLUS 2.30pm Main Hall (All B,~cItQ~ ~'Q SqU~TQ Up) 1 Graham Elliott SA 2 Fun Shop Graham Elliott SA 3 Paul Long WA 4 Fun Shop Gary Petersen OLD 5 Alan Evans OLO 6 Fun Shop Paul Long WA 7 Jeff Van Sambeeck WA B Howard Cockburn "o~., e>aoe>gaw If you have lost or found anyth ing please see a committee member. Lost property will be announced from the stage when possible. Lost or found items will be stored by the committee members. EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS Convenor Kevin Thomas Venue Manager Barbara Treharne Program Manager Darren Taylor Monday Afternoon Round Dancing 12.30pm - 2_30pm Monday Afternoon A LEVEL 2.30pm 12.30pm. 2.30pm Hall #2 Advanced Rounds Thelma McCue SA Punta Prima That'll Be The Day Starlight Waltz Spanish Eyes Rumba Me: Thelma McCue Paso Doble Ph IV Jive Ph IV+2+1 Waltz Ph IV+l+1 Rumba Ph IV+'.1 Ella VVhyte Monde Cane Waltz Ph IV+2 I Don't Think She loves Me Foxtrot Ph V Sugar Sugar Cha Ph IV+2+1 Amigos Para Siempre Rumba Ph IV+1+1 Paula Armstrong NSW Clavelis Paso Doble Ph IV+l Almost Like Being In Love OS Ph IV+O+l lko Iko Meringue Ph IV+O+1 Only Love Bolero Ph IV+2+1 Me: Ella Whyte les Tulloch SA EI Choclo Tango Ph IV+O+l Breaking Up Jive Ph rv+o+1 Love 4 You And Me Foxtrot Ph IV+2 Funny Face Waltz Ph IV+1 Fiona Callaghan Stra~ Champagne Foxtrot Jive Ph V+O+1 No Matter VVhal Rumba Ph tv+o.1 Ella VVhyte Begin De Flerus San Antonio Thelma McCue SA Senorita EI Reloj Foxtrot Ph IV+1 Cha Ph IV+l Tango Ph IV+1+1 Bolero Ph IV+, Paula Armstrong OLD Next Door To An Angel Jive Ph IV+l Diamonds Quickstep Ph IV Hall #2 (All Brackets are SquaTe Up) A2 Howard Cockburn A2 Howard Cockburn Intro to A2 Peter Humphries A1 Peter Humphries A1 Peter Humphries A1 Atan Evans A1 Alan Evans OLD OLD EMERGENCY CALL rl 'tj for MEDICAL AID ~*~ \lvhen a dancer goes down, a second dancer attends to himlher The remaining couples join hands and take a step backward. This will allow the injured person and the attendant air and room. Raise joined hands as high as possible in the form of an arched circle. On seeing this signal, the caller or a hall monitor will immediately respond and place an Emergency Call for Medical Aid if required. Caller and Dancers should continue as usual while aid is administered.

37 Trail- Out Dance Monday Night 7.30pm Main Hall Pro_Round OOlr'lOOO M C~ Cllrol Cimol"ldaol"l Fiona Callaghan Two Broken Hearts Waltz PH II A Taste OfThe Wind Rumba PH III Anne Tulloch Shirley Bales Showcases SA SA General Round-Up Jim Buckingham Graham Jamieson Paula Wright Partner Round-Up Les Heaton Jeff Seidel Gary Petersen Square Up les Tulloch Anen Kerr Richard Muir Feelin' Midn ight In Moscow Skye Boat Song Dancing Shadows Dancers Choice Teachers Choice Waltz PH II Two Step PH II Waltz PH II Two Step PH II Me: Graham Jameson WA (HI NSW SA (HI OLD SA ACT (HI WA Round Dances Carol Simondson lntia! The World Needs Now Waltz PH 11 Tie Me To Your Apron Strings TS PH II 4 ladies Choice Round-Up Jeff Garbutt Paul Long Graham Elliott Me: Pa ul Long WA WA (HI SA Trail- Out Dance Monday Night Cont. 7.30pm & Main Hall CD"tlrtll ~cu"d _ Up Kurt Rosenkranz Robin WeJlevreden Neil Wynn 6 Partner Round-Up Mathew Mills Phillip Aslanldis Darren Taylor Round Dances Marilyn Marshall NSW True Love Easy Strolling 7 Partner Ro und-up Ralph Weise Diane Ashton Howard Cockburn 8 Square Up Darren Taylor Jeff Van Sambeeck Mike Davey GDR OLD (HI ald Waltz PH II Two Step PH II Me: Darren Taylor TAS NT NT f, ~nd Australian National Square 1- Dance Convention DarwIn NT 1- June 9 th - 13 th 2011 bailee AWhile With A Crocod\\ Message From The Convener On behalf of the Victorian Square Dancing Association Inc and the 51 sl Austral ian National Square Dance Convention Committee. I welcome you to the Rural City of Wodonga where the rivers and mountains meet. We are proud to present this great venue with au facilities and services close by. Together we have put together a program that we hope will be both challenging and enjoyable. Being on the mighty Murray River close to the mountains, there is an abundance of th ings you can do when not dancing. You may also wish to visit some of the outer country areas to see how wonderful nature is recovering from the disastrous bushfires just over 12 months ago. Most of all we hope that you will leave us on Monday with great memories of this event for years to come. The committee have spent many hours anticipating the needs of dancers and should there be something that we have overlooked, please see anyone of our team who are easily identified with to Tags. If you have any issues during the convention, Please tell us, If not, please tell others how well we did. Please relax and enjoy this, the Australian National Square Dance Convention Kevin Thomas Convenor Ladies Fashion Sizes Buy one full priced garment and receive second garment for half price (Equal or lesser value) 150 High Street, Wodonga AFL Merchandise - Beanie Kids - Ornaments - Handbags - Candles - Incense - Oils & Holders - Flowers - Wind Chimes - Jewellery - Birthday & Anniversary Gifts - Ford & Holden - Jim Beam - Baby Gifts - Hats & Gloves - Children's Toys - Souvenirs - Schleich Animals - Gifts & Novelties and lots more. _y w 9!f.t Shop 12, Birallce Shopping Centre, ; Melrose Drive, Wodonga Phone: (02) Il!M ~

38 We would like to thank all the Callers and Cuers for (. their time and contribution to this Convention. i:~ Australian Capital Territory!... ~i1' -;:./ I Allen Ken ;j~h-i" "',i,~.'.. L- New South Wales!.il.!: Andy Lown, Gary Carpenter, Dorothy Ranger. Wilma Flannery, Les Heaton, Marilyn Marshall. Queensland Gary Petersen, Bev McLachlan, Paula Armstrong. Nev Mclachlan. Alan Evans, Robin Weltevreden, Bevan Tilmarsh, Rod Dlnte, David Smythe. Mathew Mills. ~ South Australia Shirley Bales, Les Tulloch, Graham Elliott, Jeff Seidel. Thelma McCue, Anne Tulloch. Andrea Braun. Callers -.;:,'f~~~ Tasmania j~ Iil"~. 'I ", -':"!..Y<:~ r."\. {...- Diane Ashton. -:- ~.. ~ 'V~ ~.,," ~'~ -.,.,, '\ V't' Ie orla _ ~. Janice Alexander, Paula Wright, Mike Davey, Darren Taylor, Peter Humphries, Howard Cockburn, Ralph Weise, Adrian Weise, Fiona Callaghan, Carol Simondson, Neil Wynn, Graham Jameson, Ken Lazarus, Phillip Aslanidis, Ella Whyte, Pal Saunder, Tony Bowring, Western Australia Patricia Mori, Richard Muir, Jim Buckingham, Kevin Kelly. Jeff Garbutt, Jeff Van Sam beeck, Paul long, Corinne Bradshaw. Germany Kurt Rosenkranz. United States Of America Kathy Racine ~ 51st Australian National Convention Committee ' l Convenor ~ Secretary Acti ng Secretary Treasurer Program Manager : Square Dance Coordinator ; Round Dance Coordinator ~ Registration Officer ~ Publicity Officer ~ Venue Manager l Decorations Coordinator Kevin Thomas Adrian Brown t Jo Taylor John van Delft Darren Taylor ~ Ralph Weise ~ Ella Whyte ~ Lorraine Lowry Mary Beerens Barbara Treharne Carmel Sinclair ~ Board Liaison Howard Cockburn ~ ~... ~.. (~ ~\ ' '':-:'.. f~jt jt kj1":jt Jt Jt"Jt Jt j1":jt Jt~f ie-procedure To Repairl. JE A Broken Square J!. ff. 'II:' If your set breaks down. ii. }to Step 1 if if As soon as possible return to your if if- original "Home" position. ifif Step 2 if.ff:. Head Lad ies should take their Corners' If jf. Hand and the Head Couples should then if.. Ji. back out toform two facing lines at the ':'it. X Side of the square. X.,. Step 3.f.. f: Wait for the Caller to say: I.: :It: "Everybody, Lines Forward and Back" ::It: jf: OR if 1f.. "Allemande Left", if. }to Then you will be able to if.. ji_ rejoin the dancing. ji~ l.:fl:...ii:... JI;.. JI:.:fI:::It:fI;.. J};.. Jl:.~.l"Jt.. JC~jf ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Sunday 13th June ,00am MAIN HALL 1. Welcome by Kevin Thomas, Convenor 51st Australian National Square Dance Convention. Introduction of Meeting Chairman - Gary Brown 2 Apologies. 3 Confirmation of the minutes from the 50th National Convention AGM held in Perth, Business arising from those minutes. 5 Correspondence. 6 State Reports a. Victoria b. Tasmania c. AustraliBl'l Capital Territory d. New South Wales e. South Australia f. Queensland g. Westem Auslralia h. Any others 7 Report from the 50th Australian National Conve!'ltion & Financial Statement. 8 Report from South Pacific Review. 9 Report from Australian Round Dance Association. 10 Report from Australian Callers Federation. 11 Report from National Square Dance Society of Australia. 12 Report from the Solo Dancers meeting. 13 Report from Australian Clogging Association. 14. Report from National Square Dance Convention Board. 15 Progress report from 53rd Australian National Square Dance Convention 20t2, 16 Confirmation report and introduction of the Convenor for the 52nd Australian National Square Dance Convention Darwin. Northern Territory. 17 Acceptance of bids for Special Business. 19. General Business 20. Closing Address. The Chairman of the AGM has indicated that he will allow only one speaker for each report and will only accept questions relevant to those reports. For the benefit of the Archives Secretary, all reports must be in writing with a hard copy handed to the convention Secretary at the AGM.

39 I ~~~ '11 Bracket Infol'mation "Intro to" Br,ackets Are brackets for dancelrs who have a solid grounding in a dance level below to try the next higher level of dancing. Dancers should have a minimum of 2 years dancing at the level below the "Intro to" bracket. "Funshop" Blrackets Are brackets where the Caller may teach movements not on the Callerlab list of movements. The Caller may also use movement variations not danced within the Callerlab definition for that movement:. GET ON BOARD CitU1Sl.AJ CO~4~titlJ Suppliers of your needs for Square & Round Dancing Records. CD's and a Monthly Prevll!.w Service on CD or Cossette & B J CLOGGERS Supplie /"\ oj n m r I/f' I 'ri,\.fo r Cloggil/g Contact N~ \. Bel J.lyk I1~ " I U,'11 M-I..,<.:hl<111 so lhal we may assisl VOU PhUill' 1,171 ;.u ; I :!.li'o / ',1\ <,.u5 1>7-1 2 Muh.!,-, Nc",(I ~ 17 7!1) 2(,' "r 11k>'1 o..l;!7 1.1<; -I-I~ Visit our Website at WNW.mavericksdancesupplies.com,au 7 NIGHTS ABOARD THE LUXURIOUS " RHApSODY OF THE SEAS" CRUISING THE SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS DEPARTS FROM SYDNEY 27'" OCTOBER 2011 FEATURING THE BEST COUNTRY MUISIC ARTISTS FROM AUSTRALIA ALSO SQUARE DANCING. ClOGGINIG & UNE DANCING. JOII# WlllIA!150Al, ADAn I-IAI?VD', fj ccy C OL, 6-ltJA J EFFRIES, SARA SroR, R, TilE 50IJrrBI/.~DS, CAnI RIM BRITT, TUE RUSTLERS, A!1B R LAWREAlCE, A!1B R JOY Poo.aolJ, l{oljky TOIJK AAIG LS, WALK nle LINE, JI!1 I{AYN '5, D J t11k PARKES:. NEV.. BEV MCLACHLAN WILL lie THE."IDENT 'QUARE DANCE CALLER" CLOGGiNG CUERo BROCHURES & MORE INFORMATION SEE NEV & BEV AT THIS CONVENTION OR CONTACT US ON (07) S

40 53 rd Australian National Square Dance Convention HOBART City & Town Halls 7th to 1l th June 2012 Twenty 12, Tassies' right Lets' Step Back in Time to Black & White Co-Conveners Barry & Kaye Chandler Secretary M ary Laing Correspondence to: The Secretary 53rd Australian National Square Dance Convention POBox 1459 LAlJNCESTON TASMANIA ~quar.:ws ubil.mond.com.au For further details check: A Sig G-rateful fha.,k You.. To all those people who assisted in the decoration of the venue, to everyone else who assisted in any way and to every dancer, you have all helped make this convention a success. ~ ~ ~.lio~ ~ ~ ~ ~,liit ~,liit ~,liit ~ ~ SQU.A..RE D.A..NCE :: ~.ACCESSORIES :::,..,. -' :>if C """"'"" ~ ~ J c> u kg...,..., ; ~ ""'" -L_ -' - "'<II' """ -- ""'",..,...".. """'" = ~ Phone: (Og) '960gS "...~ ': ~~""~~~""~""~~~""~"" Farewell Friends To those of you who will have to travel home tomorrow, we would like to thank you for the time you have spent with us here. We hope you have enjoyed the Convention and that you leave us with a smile on your face and the name of at least one new friend made over the weekend. We look forward to meeting you again on the dance floor. Delegate Ribbon Colours Australian Capital Territory New South Wales Northern Territory Queensland South Australia Tasmania Victoria Western Australia New Zealand Overseas Turquoise Blue Orange Maroon Purple Green Red Yellow Black Silver Grey fi "nd Australian NatIonal 8qlla~. Dance Convention., Darwin NT -I.. L- June 9 th - 13 th 20ll..E. bance Awhile With A Crocod\\8 To be held for the very first time in The City of Dan~in Marrara Indoor Stadium Off McMilian's Road Come and dance in fully air cond itioned comfort. One Hall of dancir.g so plenty o/time for sight seeing as well Lots \0 see & do in.he top end. take Ihe Ghan \0 get there. visit Kakadu & Litchfield National Parks, feed the eroes at Croeady Ius Park. swim with the eroes at Crocosaurus Cove, Hand feed fish. visit Mindi! Markets Thursday & Sunday, Take a sunset dinner cruise on the bay. watch the sunset while dining al vari ous restaurants around Darwin, enjoy a fishing trip. & much more. Visil ou r Website for more information \\ \\ \I.-.u1.1I'\.\ insguaredance.asn.com.au A 11 correspondence 10 The Secretary 52 11d Australian Nationa l Square Dance Convention PO Box 3079 Wheelers Hill Vic 3150

41 Thurs 1pm - 4pm Thurs 4pm - 5pm Frj gam n Frl gam am Frj 9.30am am Frj pm Fri pm Fri 12.30pm - 2pm Frj 2pm - 4pm Frj 2.30pm - 4pm Sun 9am - 12noon Mon gam am Mon 11.30am - 2pm Meeting Times at a Glance Advisory Board AGM Constitution (If Required) National Society ACF Board ARDAAGM AROA General General Callers TAWS Review Editors ACF Board National Society AGM ACF Breakfast Advisory Board Dance Times at a Glance Thurs 7.30pm pm Tra i ~n Dance Fri 7pm - 11pm Rounds & Mainstream Sal 1 Dam - 1 pm Mainstream Sal 1 Dam n /J.2 Sat 12noon-1pm A1 Sat 1pm - 2pm Round Dance Showcase Sat lpm pm Plus Sal 2pm pm Round Dance General Sat 7pm -7.30pm Rounds Sal 7.30pm - 8pm Dress Set Parade Sal 8pm - 11 pm Rounds & Mainstream Sun 12.30pm pm Round Dance Experimental Sun 12.30pm pm Mainstream Sun 2.30pm pm A 1 Sun 2.30pm -4.30pm Mainstream Sun 3.30pm pm A2 Sun 7pm -11pm Rounds & Mainstream Dress-up to Theme " Under the Big Top" Man 1pm-2.30pm A1 Man 1 pm - 3pm Plus Mon 2.30pm - 3pm Mon 3pm pm Mon 3pm pm A2 Mainstream Singing Calls Round Dance Workshop Mon 7.30pm -11pm Tra i~out Dance

42 We would like to thank all the Callers and Cuers for their time and contribution to this Convention. Australian Capital Territory Allen Kerr New South Wales Andy Lown, Gary Carpenter, Dorothy Ranger, Wilma Flannery, Les Healon, Marilyn Marshall. Queensland Gary Petersen, Bev McLachlan, Paula Armstrong, Nev McLachlan, Alan Evans, Robin Weltevreden. Bevan Titmarsh, Rod Dinte, David Smythe, Mathew Mills. South Australia Shirley Bates, Les Tulloch, Graham Elliott, Jeff Seidel, Thelma McCue, Anne Tulloch, Andrea Braun. Tasmania Diane Ashton. Victoria Janice Alexander, Paula Wright, Mike Davey, Darren Taylor, Peler Humphries, Howard Cockburn, Ralph Weise, Adrian Weise, Fiona Callaghan. Carol Simondson, Neil Wynn. Graham Jameson, Ken l azarus, Phillip Aslanidis, Ella Whyte, Pat Saunder, Tony Bowring. Western Australia Petritlia-Meri:-Richard Muir, Jim Buckingham. Kevin Kelly, Jeff Garbutt. Jeff Van Sambeeck, Paul Long, Corinne Bradshaw. Germany Kurt Rosenkranz. United States Of America Kathy Racine. 'ln d IUIstrallan National aquar. ~. Dance ~ -I. L- June 9 th - 13 th 2011 L Oance Awhile With A crocod\\e To be held for the very first time in The City of Oanvin Marrara Indoor Stadium Off McMillan' s Road Come and dance in fully air cond itioned comfort. One Hall of dancing SO plenry of time for sight seeing as well Lots to see & do in the lop end. take the Ghan to get there. visit Kakadu & Litchfield National Parks, feed the crocs at Ct'OC(Kiy Ius Park, swim with the crocs at Crocosaurus Cove, Hand feed fish, visit Mindil Markets Thursday & Sunday, Take a sunset dinner cruise on the bay, watch the sunset while dining at various restaurants around Darwin, enjoy a fishing trip. & much more. Visit our Website for more infonnation,,\\ \\.dar" insquurcduncc.agn.colll.au A ll correspondence to The Secretary 52 nd A ustra lian Nat ional Square Dance Convention PO Box 3079 Wheelers 1 lill V ic to Dafwi l.com

43 - 51st ANSDC '" Edition 1 June 2009 ~ under The Big T Co ~ O\:.\:. '3~ t.\2>\:i(loii' Squall! D.J1Iq, 10th to 14th June ~, ~. '-,~ Being held under the auspices of the Victorian Square Dancing Association Inc

44 Welcome to the 51st Australian National Square Dance Convention, we hope you enjoyed the Trail-in Dance There will be plenty more fun to come! Friday Meetings 9.00 am National Society 9.00 am ACF Board 9.30 amardaagm am TAWS AGM 1.00 pm ARDA General 1.00 pm Review Editors 1.00 pm General Callers 1.00 pm Solo Dancers 3.00 pm ACF Board hursdaw 10th June Trail-in Dance Friday Night the Dancing starts at 7.30 pm for Round Dancing, with Square Dancing starting at 8.00 pm. Please remember to collect yo ur copy of the Ringmaster each night as you are leavi ng after the dancing. There will fun news, photographs and titbits of interest for all to enjoy. As well as daily reminders of what is coming up the next day. Please take a brief pause at the start of each night to listen to the evacuation procedures for this convention. In the unlikely circumstance that evacuation becomes necessary, the 30 seconds will have been well spent.

45 Well here we are, we're underway and off to a good start. The decora tions are up, the dancers are arriving, and the committee have not quite torn out all their hair. We had a great first night with a fun night at the trail-in dance. As always there will be a few changes over the weekend, which we wi II tell you about here. The first change is the ARDA meeting. It will now be held at the Tennis Centre in Melrose Drive. Same time as advertised. Entry to the second hall (Side Show Alley) is via the side door in reception, by the pool. Please come and check out the side shows (stalls, ar chives and merchandise) and use our photo gal lery to get your memorable twenty10 Convention photos. (See right). Tea and coffee is available at the kiosk which is located to the left of reception, in front of the pool. Lost Property-If you have lost or found any thing, please see a committee member. Lost property will be announced from the stage when possible. Lost or found items will be stored by the committee members. What a difference a day makes.... Watch this space!

46 We hope you had a great night dancing, after the hard work of the meetings today. If you didn't have to attend the meetings, we hope you enjoyed some sightseeing or shopping or perhaps both, around Albury-Wodonga. Whatever your fancy is, relax and enjoy!. Frida~ 11th June Opening Ceremon~ Saturday afternoon the dancing kicks off at pm with Mainstream and Round Dancing. At 2.30 pm will be the first Plus session for the convention, including an intro to Plus session. Saturday night is the Dress Set Parade. Round Dancing starts at 7.00 pm with Square Dancing starting at 7.30 pm, including the Dress Set parade.

47 Our hard working committee and friends have worked hard to produce the art work for the decora tions. We have had so much interest in the decorations that tomorrow night we will start a silent auction for each piece. All pieces will be numbered, Sheets will be available at the committee tent for interested parties to make a bid. The art work will go to the highest bidder. All funds raised will be given to King Lake Middle School for rebuilding of their Library. General Housekeeping If you need a committee member, look for someone wearing an orange lanyard, with a badge that says OFFICIAL. The National Society has distributed a survey to everyone through our registration packs. Please take a moment to fi ll in the survey and return it to the box at the Archives tables in the Stalls area. Please take a moment to look for the These are our solo dancers. Please ask them to have a dance. Thank you to Lyn Barfoot, who did such a wonderful rendition of the National Anthem. Lyn drove up today, especially to sing the National Anthem for us. We much appreciate her contribution to our convention. Please remember that the chairs in the Big Top (the main hall) have soft feet to protect the floor. No other chairs can be used in the Big Top. Please share the seats around so that everyone can have a rest. Welcome and Thank You to our Guest of Honor, Pat Sa under. It was great to hear of her experiences in Square Dancing, and we were honoured to have her open our Convention. Thank you Pat. What a difference a day makes!

48 SCiturdClW 12th June Dressed Sets PClrClde What a night! Congratulations to all the clubs and dancers in the Dressed Set Parade" You all looked fabulous and the dancing was a treat. Congratulations to our Dressed Set Callers, Peter Humphries and Darren Taylor. Great job! - Sunday Meetings Don't forget the AGM at 9.00am Sunday. Come along and have your say in future conventions.. / \- _J "--' \ } Dancing on Sunday starts at pm with mainstream and A level, including and intra to A. At 2.30 pm Plus and Rounds start. This Round Dancing session will include the Showcase Rounds so come along and have a look at the new dances and vote for the ones you want included in the list Sunday night is our dress up night. Get in the spirit, and bring out your inner clown, or acrobat or lion tamer! Join in the fun and dress for the theme. Dancing starts at 7.00 pm for Round Dancing and 7.30 pm for Square Dancing.

49 Thank you to our MC, Paul Long from WA and our two Dressed Set Callers, from Victoria, Darren Taylor and Peter Humphries Our Dressed Set Parade went down a treat. Our Me did a great job, and our two ca llers did us proud. Thank you to all our dressed sets. We appreciate the effort that goes into making a dressed set. Thank you also to the children who led the sets onto the floor, and the Marshalls who directed them to the right places. Lost Property The committee is currently holding a chequered bag, a pair of slippers and a pair of glasses. Please go to the committee area if you have lost any of these items. BLIND AUCTION Don't forget out blind auction. All the artworks are now numbered. Make a bid and place it in the box at the committee area. The auction ends Sunday night at 8 pm. The winning bids will be announced in the Sunday Night edition of the Ringmaster. If you can't take it with yo u, we can arrange for you to pick it up back in Melbourne, so make a bid and help us raise some money for the King Lake Middle School Library.

50 SundClY 13th June Theme night What a colourful crew of circus folk. Congratulations to everyone who dressed to the theme, you all looked great! The closing ceremony was colourful and fun. Thank you to all who participated. We greatly appreciate your assistance and involvement. Monday Meetings 9.00 am ACF Breakfast pm Advisory Board Dancing on Monday starts at pm with Mainstream and Advanced Rou nds. At 2.30 pm, we have Plus and A level, including an intra to A2. Monday night is our trail-out dance. Rou nds start at 7.30 pm, fol lowed by Square Dancing at 8.00 pm If you are leaving us tomorrow, please have a safe journey home. We look forward to seeing you somewhere on the dance floor.

51 Thank you to everyone who participated in our theme night. A great effort was made by all, and added to the Thank You No Convention runs itself. A great many people contributed to this convention and we wish to thank them here. Dress Set Coordinators - Herb and Judy Doekes Safety Wardens - Mark Kelly & Karen Brown Decorations Gurus - Mary Denver, Tony Boyd, Evelyn Westwood & Max Amor Demonstration Set Coordinators - Janette & Alan Temple Craig Hartin and his Venue Team Des Dickinsonyb for Sound Albury Sound & Lighting for the Sound Curtains Countrywide Hire, Rafferty's Catering, Snap Printing and Caronlea Transport. Thank you to Rueben Ingwerson and Casey Wood for their fabulous performance in our Closing Ceremony.. Thank you all for your invaluable contribution to our Convention. Item No. 2 - Ron Woods Item NO. 3 - Ron Woods Item No. 5 - Ron Woods Ron Donated a total of $31.00 Thank you Ron. Item No Cheryl McKay Cheryl donated $25.00 Thank you Cheryl. The remaining decorations are still for sale - If you are interested, please see our Decorations Officer, Carmel Sinclair.

52 Mondaw 14th June Trail-out Dance Well, here it is, that time again. The songs have been sung, the dances called and cued and danced! Our feet are telling us its time to go home and get ready for the next one. What a convention we have had! On behalf of the 51st Australian National Convention Committee we hope you are leaving us tonight with fond memories, new friends, and a renewed spirit of square dancing for the forthcoming year. We thank all our Callers and Cuers, and most especially the dancers, who have helped us to make this convention very enjoyable. Please have a safe journey home, and we look forward to seeing you all in Darwin next year.

53 ~~~A~ 52nd Australian National Square Dance Convention.cs. -~.Acl~1f,,~ DARWIN, Northern Territory, June 9 to 13, 2011 Never smile a~ a crocodile When YOU go w Darwin and YOU stay awhile Wherev'er YOU go, whatever YOU do Be sure w visit him at Kakadu There'll be lots of Friends and revelry At the first Convention in the Terriwry This will be held in Larrakeyah Land Where there's lots Of water and lots of sand Dancing StartS on Thursday you can dance or rest and watch or play There'll be Rounds and Squares and Clogging too There'll be lots Of fun for me and you Why not head north for a holiday Better book, right away, make up your mind, getaway See our booth, pay your fee, book your car through Thrifty Come with us "." but never smile at Mr Crocodi/e. For registration forms and queries, contact Marilyn Van Sam beeck, (Registrations) , Lorraine Davey (Secretary) , or see our website:

54 - Albury ~'s Ioc.aIIy 0Ymed free wediiy newspaper 900 da ers in for a fun time "SQUARES~ coming to Wodonga? No, but squal'e dancing is! Wodollga will host the 51st Australian National Square Dance Convention over this Queen's Birthday long weekend. Festivities commenced yesterday, June 10, and conclude on Monday, June 14. The venue will be the Wodonga Sports and Leisure Centre. Publicity officer Mary 8ee.rens outlined modern square dancing. "A caller sings a song to music, provided by II record, which includes directions to the dancers," she explained. "*1"he square in square dancing refers to the formation. M A1though the formation changes throughout the dance, it always starts and finishes in this square formation." TIle national committee expects about 8so to 900 dancers to come from all states of Australia, as well as some dancers from overseas. Ms Beerens said the convention, like most square dances, is an alcohol free event. "We are very friendly and we have II lot of good fun together," she said. "We invite Wodonga residents and other visitors to the area, to come and see us at the venue to enjoy this spectacular dance event." Generally square dancing is done in dubs throughout each state where the clubs provide a great social, fun and friendly atmosphere, as well as the dancing. Victoria holds its own State Convention each year. "Ho\\"eVt'r, this is an Australian National Convention. TIlese are also held annually and are usually rolaled belwccn the slates," Ms 8ee.rens said. "TIle convention is an opportunity for all square dancers in Australia, and some from overseas, to get together to enjoy the social and fun aspects of square dancing. ~It is also an opportunity for dancers from each state to meet and discuss the situation in their own state and maybe learn from each other. "There are no competitions and no trophies. We just dance and thoroughly enjoy ourselves." Special clothing is not required at club level, subject to the ruling of the individual club. ~Howe"er, at major functions, such as a coll\'ention, dancers are expected to dress to a suitable standard," Ms Beerens said. "'The ladies will usually wear a dress w;th full skirt or full skirt and blouse, while the men will usually wear long-sleeved shirts and neat trousers. "'The ladies' outfits are usually very colourful with frilly panties and petticoat under the skirt and the men often wear shirts to match their outfit. With footwear, the ma in requirement is that the ladies' heels are Convention In Perth. not a spike or small type that might damage the floor surface. ~ Ms Beerens said several factors were takcn into consideration when looking for a location to hold a convention. "We need to consider a number of factors such as a venue large enough for the dancers. sufficient accommodation establishments, a variety of bistros, restaurants, take-away food shops, etc and a town with a good selection of tourishype activities to attract visitors. ~We decided that Wodonga fulfilled our criteria. "We can be contacted by phoning our toll free numher n or visit our website il'ww.twentylo.net..u "Our slofan is "Let's meet again in twentylo and the theme for this National Square Dance Convcntion is "Under the Big Top- with a special dress-up night to be held on Sunday night."

55 Dianne Jameson and Campbell CoMe, both of Melboume, danelnc last nicht. PIcture: JOHN RUSSELL Take your partner by the hand BY KATE COUGHLAN MORE than 850 squ.re dancers descended on the Border YM'er day for the 51st Au.trallan N. tional $quare Dance Convemlon. The event Itarted lalt nlchl and will continue until Monday, feet pennfttlng. The cathering I. not competf.. tlye but an annuallllt toeelher fof aqu.rhanclnc IIflclonados, accordl", to Ip«*Mwotnan Mary Beerens, of Melboume. "It'. JUlt fof the fun of danel", and '""ti", people, every ye.r we come toeether In a different.tata," MI IJeerena said. Dancers of all ace. end from.11 comers of the country,.1 well New Zealand, Gennany, Sweden and the US, are participating. The pub'ic Is invited to attend the eventl, Includlnc the ottlclal opening at the Wodonta Sports.lKIlelsure Centre tonight, a drened Ht parade on Saturday nlchl and an "UncIer The Big Top ~ themad nlcht on Sunday. Entry I. f,m.

56 Dress Sets 2010 National Convention - WODONGA 1 ACT Allen Kerr 2 NSW { Don Craine 3 NSW { Don Craine 4 NSW Gary Carpenter S NSW Joanne Young 6 NSW Greenwich Swingers 7 NSW Hillbillies 8 SA Chris/Mel Parrington 9 SA Margaret Robinson Joy Logan 10 TAS { Diane Austen 11 TAS { Diane Austen 12 WA Julie Longwood 13 WA Colin Brov.m 14 NZ Marilyn Parker 15 Peter Humphries 16 Ruth Humphrey 17 Ralph Weise 18 { Graham Jameson 19 { Graham Janeson 20 { Graham Jameson 21 { Wendy McLean 22 { Wendy McLean 23 { Wendy McLean TOTAL 23 dress sets

57 Wodonga Dress Set Registration a5~ The main Dress Set Form is on the Dancer Registration Form, However, this form may be used to register your set if dancers are already registered. Name of Club: Number of Sets: N arne of Contact Mailing Address Greenfinches 1 Julie Longwood 105 Ard leigh Cres Hamersley WA 6022 Phone Number: Mobile Number: Send To: 51stANSDC j' PO Box 231 Somerton Vic net. au

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67 Al!lIst~'IlUilllll ~'Ila~IlI'1lU : 1ii1!ll/j)~iII!Il)'IlIll~iII CI&IIlIl7i11ll1tm lpiii~lga 4'" tg ~'".liiiliawi 200'9) 50th AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION PERTH WESTERN AUSTRALIA JUNE 4th - 9th 2009 FINAL REPORT 2010 They say time fiy's when you are having fun but the last four years have been supersonic. It seems only yesterday that the idea of hosting the 50th National in Perth was but the dream of a handful of dancers, then that dream became a reality and now it is a very proud memory. THE VENUE The Loftus centre was the primary choice because of its central location and the fact that a number of functions had been held there in the past and we knew that the sound was of an acceptable standard for such an even!. The management then gave us their assurance that the refurbishment would be completed well in advance of the Convention and that we would be the first major booking to use the new facility. During the construction many committee members conducted drive by inspections to check on the progress of construction. Once the construction was completed to a stage we could have an actual inspection one major problem was immediately evident, the dividing wall between the two halls had a gap some 2 metres high and approx 30metres long which would have to be filled in order to avoid sound transfer. With true Square Dance ingenuity a polystyrene wall was constructed and trialled at the State Convention and it passed with flying colours. With this problem removed the venue proved to be well suited for the even!. As you will appreciate a venue of this size is and always will be a nightmare to decorate and so with the theme of Gold, Past, Present and Future, it was agreed that the majority of decorations would be placed at

68 the entrance rather than be lost in the vast expanse of the main hall. The Star ship which would take us on our future ques;t for our gold would then become the focal point in the hall and I am sure ;all would agree it was an impressive feature. SOUND All Conventions rely on sound to give the dancers an enjoyable experience and sound can make or break any dance especially one as large as a National. Our major goal was to provide good quality sound in both halls for the entire weekend through the use Hilton amps and Turntables coupled with Yak Stak Speakers. While there is other equipment out there it is not designed for square dancing and not available in such a compact form and so with help from the Lottery West the necessary equipment was purchased. The next obstacle was now that we halve the correct equipment how do we get good sound coverage to the floor? Contact was made with a source in NZ who had manufactured 2 large stands specifically for this purpose and we were able to purchase these from him and ship them over, Our Sound was complete and I am sure you will agree it was well above an acceptable standard. The two large stands have been donated by the 50th to all future nationals should they wish to use them and are now part of the convention box. FINANCES When the initial budget was formulated it was based on 800 dancers and also to make the Convention as affordable as possible to all dancers. We had a number of unexpected major expenses such as the dividing wall but with the support from the Square Dance Society of WA and the Lottery West we were able achieve a satisfactory outcome (See attached financial report)

69 The breakdown of registrations is as follows: Western Australia 346 Victoria 127 New South Wales 124 Hunter Valley 8 Queensland 127 South Australia 83 Australian Capital Territory 13 Tasmania 21 Overseas 57 Total 933 Refunds 27 Final Total 906 These numbers represent: Female Dancers 525 Male Dancers 408 We would like to thank all those dancers from WA and other States who gave of their time in some way over the course of the weekend to ensure the smooth running of the Convention and also our thanks to all the Callers and Cuers for their efforts and support but the big~,est thanks of all must go to the 906 dancers for coming and celebrating the 50th National in WA. Our sincere thanks. Richard, Heather and all the 50th Committee

70 50TH AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION Trading Profit and Loss Sta'tement For the period ended 24 Oclober 2009 This Year SALES Fund RaJslng Grant Donations Refunds Registrations Sundry Income 11,102,75 ~~5, 236, ,00 3,093,35 7'4, TOTAL SALES GROSS PROFIT ON TRADING OVERHEAD EXPENSES Venue - Loftus Centre Venue- Mt Hawthorn Venue- Seating hire Venue-Decorations Venue-Sound and Stage Promotion and Advertising- Special effects Promotion and Advertising-Pub/ielly Cups Catering- Water Entertainment Labour Costs- Child Care Labour Costs- First AId Admlnlstrtlon Costs- Auditor Adminlslrtion Costs- Advisory Board Cap Fee Mmlnlstrtlon Costs- Year end pins Bank Charges-Account Service Fee Bank Charges- Merchant Fees General Expenses- Meeting expenses General Expenses- Postage General Expenses-TeVFaxiPO Pox General Expenses-Freight General Expenses-Stationery General Expenses- Programs General Expenses-Registration Forms General Expenses Post Convetnion Reception- After Party Post Convetnlon Reception- Gilts Refunds- Registrations Refunds- WASD Society Miscellaneous-Sundry liems Miscellaneous-Fund Raising TOTAL OVERHEAO EXPENSES ORDINARY INCOME Interest Received TOTAL ORDINARY INCOME NET PROFIT ON TRACING ~~8,OOO,00 487,50 8,998,00 8,819,92 3,665,23 2,837,42 4, ,700,00 5, , , SOO.OO 1, , , ,185,18 2, ,372,18 _6, ,95 114,893, , ("0,547,65) ,488.04

71 Independent Audit RepC)rt INDEPENDENT AUOIT REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF 50TH AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE D,ANCE CONVENTION Report on the Financial Report We have audited the accompanying financial report, being a special purpo:se financial report. of 50TH AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION which comprises the baianci3 sheet as at 30 June 2010, and the income statement for the year then ended, a summary of significant accounting poilicies, other explanatory notes and the Committee's declaration. Committees' Responsibility for the Financial Report The Committee Is responsible for the prepara tion and fair presentation of the financial report and have determined Ihat the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the fi nancial statements, which form part of the financial report are appropriate to meet the financial reporting requirements of the company's constitution and are appropriate to meet the needs of the members. The directors' responsibilities also Include establishing and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of the financi al report that is free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error; selecting and applying appropriate accounting policies; and making accounting estimates thai are reasonable In the circumstances, Auditor's Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on the financial report based on our audit. No opinion Is expressed as to whether the accounting polldes used, as descrlbed in Note 1, are appropriate to moet the needs of the members. We conducted our audit in accordance with Australian Auditing Standard s. These Auditing S tandards require that we comply with relevant ethical requirements relating to audit engagements and plan and perform II, e audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether the financial report Is free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence aboutthei amounts and disclosures in the financial report, The procedures selected depend on the auditor's Judgment. including the 61ssessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial report, whether due to fraud or error. In making those ri sk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity's preparation and fair presentation of the financial report In order to design effectiveness of the entity's inlernal control. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accounting estimates made by th e Committee, as well cis evaluating th e overall presentation of the financial report. The financial report has been prepared for distribution to members for the purpose of fulfilling the financial reporting under theconstitution, W e disclaim any assumption of responsibility for any reliance on this report or on the financial report to which it relates to any person other than the members, or for any purpose other than that for which it was prepared. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained Is sufficient and apprldpriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Independence In conducting our audit, we havo complied with the Independence requirements of the Australian professional ethical pronouncements. Auditor's Opinion In our opinion, the fi nancfal report presents fairly, In all maleriat respects the financlcal position of 50TH AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION as of 30 June 2010 and of it:s financiat pertormance for the year then ended in accordance with the accounting policies described in Note 1 to the financia l statements. 24 October 2009

72 PROGRESS REPORT DARWIN 9 JUNE -13 JUNE 2011 Dear Board Members On behalf of the Committee for the 52nd National Convention, I have great pleasure in presenting this progress report. VENUE Marrara Indoor Stadium is a Northern Territory Government facility located 11 kilometres from the city of Darwin and 1 kilometre from Darwin airport. The Stadium has seating capacity for up to 1,347 people with 982 of these in gallery and bleacher seating and 365 in stalls at floor level. Seating is available for spectators requiring wheelchair access. A First-Aid room with medical items is also available.

73 CHILD CARE We will be providing child care facilities each evening of the convention. This will be available in an adjacent hall on the complex. The Nanny Service will provide a minimum of two nannies per session. Depending on the age of the children (under 12 months is only two children per carer and between 12 months and 3 years is three children per carer), this wi ll be a minimum of $280 and will more like:ly be around $560 per session. They also charge a one-off registration fee of $150. Wirth parents paying only $15 per session, the Convention will be covering the majority of this expense. CALLERS f CUERS Ca ilers/cuers will have access to small meeting rooms located adjacent to the main floor for practicing. Tea and coffee facilities will be avaiilable for the Caliers/Cuers in these rooms. CLOGGING The balcony of the Centre has a tiled floor and, fouowing some discussion, it is considered that this area will be suitable to accommod,ate the clogging session of the Convention. MEETINGS Apart from the Sunday morning AGM, some meetings will be held off site. All meetings will have sound and recording equipment provided where required. REGISTRATIONS Registration fonns will be available for distribution In June 2010, at the Wodonga National Convention. Payment for registrations will be accepted by cash, cheque, money order and credit cards. However, delegates wishing to pay by credit card will incur an additional cost to cover the bank charges.

74 THEME Monday's theme is "OLD CROCS NtGHT". Dancers wilt be invited to "Dress as your favourite old cree and dance to your fa vourite older classics!" Callers for this evening session will be asked to dig out some of their old records. This does not include teaching old movements. The dancing will remain at a consistent level. WEBStTE The Website for the 52 nd Australian National Square Dance Convention is WMY.darwinsguaredance.asn.au. This website has alre,ady had more than 1,000 'hits' on it from potential dancers who are interested in more information. The website will be continuously updated to give both Australian and overseas dancers as much information as possible prior to the Convention, An address has been established for people to contact the commitlee directly. BUDGET Attached, as an EXCEL Spreadsheet, is a draft budget for the Convention. We have worked our figures on 450 dancers, with the earty-bird price stitt coming under $100. POST CONVENTION RECEPTtON The venue for the post-convention reception is stilt being sourced. This is due to the fact that all licenced premises in Darwin are not allowed to selve, or sell, alcohol after 11.59pm on Sundays. The venue that we have sourcod can cater the function as a private function but the cost per head wilt mean that fewer peopte than usual can be invited. in order to remain within our budget. DtSPENSATIONS No further dispensations are sought, since those requested in As previously reported we may be required to hold some meetings off site and further investigation has confirmed that there are no other suitable venues in thl~ Marrara vicinity for a second hall. All dancing will be programmed at the Marrara Centre. The Committee of the 52nd National Square Dance Convention will endeavour to adhere to the Constitution and Manuat for the Operations. Should there be any further requirements to work outside these guidelines we will advise the board and apply for an exe mption. Thank you for allowing me to present this report and rernember "Dance Awhite with a Crocodite - D"rwin 2011 " Tony Hooper Convenor 52 nd Australian National Square Dance Convention Darwin, 2011 March 2010

75 520d AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL SQUARE DANCE CONVENTION - JUNE 2011 Budget as at April 2010 Income I I $ Expenditure $ $ Dancers Price Totals No's Amt Est. Totals Dancing 250 $ $ 23, Venue Establishment 29, $ $ 24, Hire of Main Hall 7,500 Hire of Subsidiary Hall Total 450 $ 47, Hire of Meeting Venue 1,475 Less refunds 5% $ 2, ,250 Sound and Sounding Costs 6,500 Childcare 600 Decoration and Signage 2,500 Stage 5,000 Program Adverts/ 650 First Aid 1,500 Sponsorship 1,000 Floor resurface 5,000 Interest 600 Security Charges Donation aid 2,000 Sundry Equipment Mail out 0 Promotion 1,500 Publicity 1,500 Hospitality 9,710 Total Income $ 50,100 Post Convention Reception ,760 Childcare (Thurs-Mon) 20 hrs $140 ph 2,950 Tea / Coffee Expenses 1,000 IAdministration 7,915 National Board Levy Insurance 565, Postage 500 f" Programmes ,250 I Ribbons i Stationery 1,000 Telephone 1,000 IYear Clips Bank Charges 1,025 Credit Card Charges I Miscellaneous 1,500 Auditor I 500 Sundries 1,000 SURPLUS I DEFICIT $0 Total Expenditure $ 50,100 I

76 52 nd National - Meetings and Program Draft 2 Thursdav 1:0010 4:00 4:00 (0 5:00 7:30 (0 8:00 8:00 (0 10:30 National Conventi on Board Meeting 1 Ex traordinary General Meeting ( if required) Rounds - pre Square Mainstream Squares. Rounds: - Trail In Oance Meeting room I Meeting room I Hall Hall Friday 9:00 (0 12 :00 9:00 (0 12 :00 12:30 (0 3:00 12:30 (0 2:00 1:30 (0 3:30 3:30 to 4:30 2:30 (0 3:30 3:00 (0 4:30 3:30 to 4:30 7:00 (0 7:30 7:30 (0 11 :00 Saturday 9:00 (0 11 :00 II :00 (012:30 9:00 (0 10:00 10: :00 12:00 (0 1:00 1:00 ( 0 2:00 2:00 (0 4:30 7:00 (0 7:30 7:30 (0 11:00 Sunday 9:0U (012:00 12:00 (0 2:00 2:00 (0 3:30 3:30 (0 4:30 7:00 (0 7:30 7:30 (0 11:00 ACF Board Meeting I National Society Meeting National Callers Meeting Review Edi tors Meeting Advanced Rounds Intra To Round s Solo Dancer Meeting ACF Board Meeting.2 TAWS Meeting Rounds - pre Square Mainstream Squares Session, Rounds. Opening Ceremony ARDA Annual General Meet ing ARDA General Meeting Clogging Plus Session A Level Round Dance Session - Showcase Round Dance Session Rounds - pre Square Mainstream Squares Session, Rounds: Dressed Sets Parade National Society Annual General Meeting Mainstream Session Plus Session "A" Level Session Rounds - pre Square Meeting roo m 1 Meeting room 2 Meeting room I Meeting room 2 Hall Hall Meeting room 2 Meeting room I Meeting room 2 Hall Ha ll Meeting room I Meeting room I Balcony Hall Hall HalJ Hall Hall Hall Meeting room I Hall Hall Hall Ha ll Ha ll Mainstream Squares Session, Rounds: Theme, Closi ng Ceremony Monday 9:00 (012:00 9:00 (0 10:00 10:00 (012:30 1:00 (0 2:30 1:00104:00 2:30 to 3:30 3:30 (0 4:30 7:00 (0 7:30 7:30 (0 10:30 ACF Ge( Toge(her Clogging Round Dance Session Mainstream Session National Convention Board Meeting 2 Plus Session A Level Session Rounds - pre Sq uare Mainstream Sq uares Session, Rounds: Tr.ail Out Dance To be advised Balcony Hall Hall Meeting room I Hall HalJ Hall Hall

77 yo- Y AUSTRALIA'S OUTBACK N THERN RRITORY 52nd Australian Nationa, Square Dance Convention Darwin NIT 9th 13th Jun 2011 Awhile With A Marrara Indoor Stadium Abala Road, off McMillan!; Road, Darwin

78 CONVENTION INFORMATION The Comminet! of The sr AlIStralJan National Squal'e DQlfce Convention Invite au t/qncers to attend the first ever National SqlUU't! Dance Convention to be held In Danvln VENUE The single venue is the Marrara Indoor Stadium, which is larger than a fuli basketball court. There is ample seating for all dancers. Please remember that no-one may reserve seats at any National Square Dance Convention. REFRESHMENTS Light refreshments, tea, coffee and snacks will be available at all sessions at a cost to the dancers. PAAKlNG There is plenty of parking at no cost at any time. DELEGATES REGISTRATION Please till your registration form out clearly in pcm. A $10 fee per registration form will be charged for cancellations after 30 November Due to the logistics of this Convention, no registration packs will be posted iin advance. These will be available for collection at Marrara Indoor Stadium from to S.OOpm on the Thursday and prior to each session. OFFICIAL EVENTS Opening Ceremony at 7.3Opm Friday a must see Dress set parade Saturday 8.00 pm Closing Ceremony pm Sunday All official meetings will be held within or close to the complex MONDAY THEME NIGHT Monday night's theme is ''OLD CROCS NIGHT", Dress as your favourite "Old Croc" and dance to your favourite older classics!

79 CHILD CARE / CRECHE For children up to 12 years of age, a creche will be provided on site for evening dances only from 7.0Opm. A fee of$15 per child per day will be charged for each child using the creche. If a child is also a dancer they will need to tick the box to register as a dancer for the convention at no extra cost. Only children registered in the creche will be allowed to use the creche facilities. BOOTHS Limited booth space will be available on the lowelr level, Neither the Convention Committee nor the Management of Marrara Indoor Stadium accept any responsibility for any loss of or darn~:e to any goods in booths. tables and chairs will be provided, however hanging racks or the like are the responsibility of the vendor. CALLER! CUER REGISTRATION Callers and Cuers are asked to fill out and indicate on the registration fonn which sessions they will be available to call or cue. For closing dates, see the Registration form. Registration does not guarantee a call or cue at this convention. IMPORTANT INFORMATNJN Smoking is not permitted inside the venue c.r within 10 metres of any doorway. Shoes of less than 25 mm or I" square are n.ot permitted on the floor. Single session tickets are not available. Only registered dancers, registered visitors, and creche children are covered by Public Liability Insurance. Convention ribbons are to be worn at all times. Correct Square Dance attire must be worn at all times other than the theme night and demonstrations.

80 Accommodation, Hire Cars and Tours TOR EAd ERRpe! com.au. Northern territory Conventions Bureau Tel: Tel: (08) www tayz som,au For those who prefer to stay in apartments or houses Caravan rarka Free Spirit Resort. Berrimah. Shady Glen Tourist Park. Winnellie. Hidden Valley Tourist Park. Berrimah. Tel: Tel: Tel: (08) Thrifty Can offer 10% discount on car hire, only va.lid between 31't May - 23r<l June 2011 Tel (08) , or Quote the code NTCDOOIO. Before or after the Convention Aurora Kakadu Tel:(08) is offering Square Dancers accommodation for $111 per night normally $225 this is a 50% discount for (2 people) at Kakadu. When b()qking, say that you are a National Square Dance Convention Delegate. This is valid for May, June, July, and August 20 II. For further information on accommodation or tours, see our website,, or refer to the brochures provided. All corrnpondence to the Secretary, PO 801( 3079, Wheelers Hili, Victoria, 3150, or Although every care will be taken. neither responsibility nor liability will be accepted by the Convention Committee or the Darwin Square Dance Society Inc by reason of any loss, damage, error, omission, default or other cause whatsoever.

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