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About the Authors
Author Photo.The materials for Moving and Grooving have been compiled and produced by Nick and Mary Anne Turner of Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada.  Both were teachers for over 30 years in the Cariboo-Chilcotin School District of British Columbia.  Along with their regular teaching assignments they often taught group dancing to students and conducted workshops for teachers.  They have been leaders at dance sessions for Fine Arts Days, Professional Development Days, and Teachers' conventions.  Outside of the educational field, Nick and Mary Anne have provided instruction and entertainment for community groups wanting to hold family dances.  Nick has been a square dance caller and instructor for over 30 years and Mary Anne has been a round dance cuer and instructor for over 20 years.  For more information they can be contacted at nmturner@telus.net

The BC Square and Round Dance Federation
Federation Logo.The British Columbia Square and Round Dance Federation encouraged us as we created the Moving and Grooving Program.  The BCS&RDF is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to  preserve, promote, and perpetuate Square and Round Dancing's cultural heritage.  One of its goals is to educate British Columbians  in the social, mental and physical health benefits of these dance forms, fostering a sense of community participation and active living. 

This federation works with adults, teens and preteens, assisting them to start up and maintain dance clubs.  In addition to this, members of this Federation regularly go into schools, when requested, to instruct the students in many forms of group  dancing. Information about the BCS&RDF can be obtained through their web site at: www.squaredance.bc.ca

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