Thanks for your support.
I agree with the "travel and see" bit, but I would like to be included in
that too. Why should the young get preferential treatment?? Mayhap an
"Exchange" system could be set up??
Another thing I think to have some relevance, relates to experience teaching
primary school kids Ceildh dances. We concentrated on fun fun fun and [to
some extent] damn precise footwork/ stance. The kids loved it and were so
impressed with my high kicks that one of the boys kicked himself right off
his feet and landed on his back - to the great amusement of all [including
himself] The result was very similar to that largely displayed at the
recent "700 schoolchildren in Kelvin Hall" - yet we are debarred from
"teaching" for RSCDS, because we don't have RSCDS standard qualifications.
>From: Eike Albert-Unt <Xxxx.Xxxxxx-Xxx@xxx.xx> >Reply-To: SCD news and discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org> >To: 'SCD news and discussion' <email@example.com> >Subject: RE: How Old is "Old" in SCD >Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2006 14:24:24 +0200 > >"I didn't dance.. couldn't dance.. wouldn't dance before reaching the age >of >50-ish. My involvement stemmed from a rather unique "Ceilidh -Nightclub" >in >Glasgow called "The Riverside" and I know of no parallel anywhere >worldwide." >Regards, >Dick Daniel
>>The idea of getting youngsters to travel and see different SCD groups may >prove quite worthwhile. > >Eike >Estonia > >
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