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Gold Ribbon Committee Report  www.dosado.com   by Bob Osgood  reprinted from Sets In Order, December 1968
The first attempt to provide some standardization of square dance terminology was undertaken by the late Bob Osgood who was the editor of Square Dance magazine (known as Sets in Order). For more than a year in the late 1960's Bob assembled a group of leading callers from around North America and asked them to identify the calls that new dancers should be taught. This Gold Ribbon Committee finally agreed on a list that was published in the December 1968 issue of the magazine. It was a list of 50 terms that became widely known and accepted as the SIO 50 Basics.

The Development of Caller Leadership  www.dosado.com   by Lee Helsel, Arnie Kronenberger, Bob Osgood and Bob Van Antwerp
The history of CALLERLAB

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