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How to be Good at Entering a Virtual Competition

Be part of the newest, exciting development in ballroom/dancesport. It is even considered state-of-the-art or a new chapter in ballroom history to be able to virtually perform our beloved dances in a new way that benefits you!

Click and Watch this video made by MRG productions by Max Greenhouse. It shows how to do a virtual ballroom dance to submit it for a competition. The two dancers that are featured, Travis and Jaimee Tuft are very good friends with the Fordney Foundation. Travis Tuft was our very first recipient of the Fordney Foundation scholarship at Brigham Young University in 2007. Travis married Jaimee and they both went on to become professional ballroom dancers.

Remember pre-teens, teens, junior and youth accumulate points because this competition

is one sponsored by the Fordney Foundation. If you think you would be interested in being part of this virtual event, here is a link that goes directly to the site:

***We have received contributions from individuals who would like to have a dear relative or friend who passed on remembered that loved to dance or was a dance aficionado. We call these memorial contributions. Perhaps you would like to have someone memorialized in this manner. Make a donation and give us their name. We have on our website a yellow brick road to engrave their name to a brick as a memorial to that person. This contribution will assist future generations of dancers and help keep young people more positive and healthy.

Thought of the Week:

Try to be a rainbow in someone else's cloud - Maya Angelou

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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

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