Difference Between Briefing a dance and Recapping a Dance

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>The answer is: Because presumably not everyone is local thus hasn't had the
luxury of practicing those dances exclusively for weeks ahead of time. If
Branches want non-locals to attend events, they must take them into
consideration. If they don't want to 'waste valuable time' briefing or walking
dances for the benefit of non-locals, then they shouldn't promote the event via
flyers mailed to other branches, on their websites, handouts on tables at other
balls, etc. You can't have it both ways: You either earn your Branch some
income off out-of-towners--in which case you must consider them--or you don't.

Margaret Sarna
Michigan

Thanks for the explanation. It makes me wonder, however, why you feel the
> need to have both breifing and recap. I would consider a recap sufficient
> at a social event/ball, especially if the programme is published in advance
> of the event itself. As Jim Healy says, why waste valuable dancing time?
>
> Susi
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