Welcome to “A note from Jo…” which will be updated monthly.
Each month I am going to post a few snippets on this page letting people who access our website know what QLDA has achieved over the past month and what it has has planned for the future.
I feel that it is important for non-QLDA Members to keep abreast with what we are doing in the hope that they will join our association in the future.
I do hope that you all enjoy the content of our website and if you have any suggestions for additions/improvements, please let us know.
9 February 2020
Welcome back to 2020 – what a full year we have ahead of us.
The 2020 Calendar is being regularly updated, so please have a look each month to see what is happening in this great state of ours.
WOW – how well did our dancers perform at the Australian Line Dancing Championships in Tamworth. Congratulations to all who danced at this competition – well done – some great results!! A special congratulations to Cathy & Tia BREED – winning the ALDC Buckle for the second year in a row – an amazing achievement.
Our QLDC (Queensland Line Dance Competition) is happening at Cooroy on 14 & 15 February. Please come along and support QLDA and all the dancers who have entered in this competition. I am pretty sure that you may see some of the routines from the ALDC 😊😊. You will be in for a treat!
One of the new events is the QLDA Challenge Cup – where entrants have been given a dance sheet (especially written for us by Gordon Elliott – thank you Gordie), find a suitable piece of music for these steps, add Tags or Restarts (if necessary) and then dance it for the Judges. That will be interesting to say the least!!! Wouldn’t like to be the Judges in this category!!!
NEW MEMBERS – we love having new members, so if you are interested in joining our association, forms are available on this website – bargain for $20 per year!!
Take care everyone and I will catch up with you all on the dance floor sometime.
Sad news that Robbie McGowan-Hickie passed away in January. What a “Legend” this man was. RIP Robbie.
Life is precious – so Dance Hard, Dance Queensland!!