Happy New Year from Fordney Foundation

We would like to wish all of our friends, dancers and readers, a very happy and healthy New Year.  It’s important for you to know how much we have grown this past year.  There are new opportunities in the way of prize winning competitions like the Best of the Best, there are now more competitions we can offer you, like the Snow Ball competition and we continue to grow all the time!  Also, we are thankful for our new friends like Brent Thomas Mills and the exciting CD project, Ladies Of Ballroom, that we are involved in with him.  We will start seeing the results of this extraordinary project in 2018.  We are proud of our association with Erica Arnold Okunev, as our resident DREAM girl.  Erica and the Fordney Foundation have instituted the DREAM dance program together, meeting with huge acceptance and success.  Both Colfax Charter Elementary and Woodlake Elementary Community Charter have seen their students grow in areas of social skills and grace, to name a few things.

We are both honored and humbled by all the people we have come to know that now have successful dance careers, like Travis and Jaimee Tuft.  Please enjoy these fabulous photos of Travis and Jaimee Tuft, our past Brigham Young University scholarship recipients.

Travis and Jaimee Tuft

Let us all remember to dream big and constantly reach for the stars and beyond!

Happy New Year from all of us,

Thought Of The Week:

Trade your expectations for appreciation and the world changes instantly  –  Tony Robbins

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Shane Meuwissen is the Media Specialist for Fordney Foundation.  He is a former dance instructor who know works with his company Slow Motion Dance Videos capture the beauty of dancing. If you would like to learn more about Shane and his video work, visit his website https://slowmotiondancevideos.com/