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128 New Couples in 1 Year!  www.dosado.com   by Keith Rippeto
2006 Plan To Rejuvenate Square Dancing  www.thewranglers.org   by Charles Lloyd
There is a desperate need to increase the number of square dancers, particularly younger dancers. Though this proposal was formulated with the San Diego County area in mind, the suggestions in this article would be appropriate elsewhere.
A Square Dance Future: Let Us Make It Through To The Year 2000  by Marianne C. Jackson
Recruitment and promotion ideas.
Building or Rebuilding a Club  by Stan Burdick
First analysis, then create change and variety.
Club Leadership Notes  by Bernie Coulthurst  reprinted from American Square Dance Magazine
Selling the benefits of Square Dancing.
Commemorative Square Dance Stamp  by BettyLee Talmadge
It would help celebrate the fiftieth national convention.
Dance Parties for Beginners (One Night Stand Programs)  by Marianne C. Jackson
Dancer Retention  by Bernie Coulthurst
Retaining new dancers is the key to club success.
Ideas For a 10+10 Program  www.dosado.com   by Nasser Shukayr
How to use the 10+10 Program.
Marketing, Promotion,and Publicity  www.csrds.ca 
New idea to promote dancing as a social activity  by Rusty Fennell
Do not ask new people to join your class, invite them to join.
New Ideas, 2000 Lessons  www.nwcustomwebs.com   by Rob Scribner  reprinted from The Oregon Square Dancer Magazine
New ideas for teaching beginning square dancers.
Offer Square Dance Lessons All Year Round  www.dosado.com   by Nasser Shukayr
Pride and Prejudice  by Pat Tardiff
Demos - as in parades, picnics, shopping malls, fairs, etc.
Promoting Square/Round Dancing  www.magma.ca 
Information Sheets from The Ontario Square and Round Dance Federation Inc.
Recruiting and Keeping New Dancers  www.usda.org 
Methods, procedures and problems associated with recruiting and keeping new dancers. (PDF document)
Recruiting New Dancers  www.usda.org 
Recruiting new dancers is a never ending task within the square dance movement. (PDF document)
Retaining Dancers  www.usda.org 
Retaining dancers is one of the most important tasks within the square dance movement. (PDF document)
Rusty Hinges - Workshops  by Marianne C. Jackson
An old means to new members or a new means to old members.
Set Positive Targets  by Jeff Garbutt
Let positive targets work in your favor.
Square Dance Classes in Fairbanks  by Isabelle Mudd
Accelerated classes are successful in Alaska.
Square Dancing Market Research  by John Brant
American and Australian attitudes may be similar.
Square Dancing: The Product  by Eddie Powell
Alter the product and begin a new product life cycle.
Summertime (or Anytime) Open Houses & Dance Parties  by Marianne C. Jackson
Summertime is a great time to start recruiting new members for fall classes.
The Community Dance Program: A chance to continue our future  by Marianne C. Jackson
The Decline of Square Dancing  by John Brant
Describes social factors that effect square dancing.
The Internet Way Of Finding Ones Way To A Dance  by Kim Peterson and Gail Peterson
An idea for clubs to provide a map to their dance location.
The Multicycle Method  by Mike Seastrom
A method of bringing new life to Square Dancing Clubs.
The Multicycle Method (part 2)  www.dosado.com   by Mike Seastrom
USDA Founders Memorial Youth Fund  www.usda.org 
Our youth are square dancing's most vital asset.
What is your mission?  by Jeff Garbutt and John Brant
Square Dancing can learn from successful businesses.
Why Should My Kids Square Dance?  by d2z (unknown)
A list of seven reasons why kids should dance.
World Dance 2000  by David Ameeti
World wide dance for every club.

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