Open Meeting for progress 09/07/2014

Meeting room

The WDSF Professional Division wants to invite you to an Open Meeting in the Reiterhalle (Maritim Hotel), during the German Open Championships, on Monday the 11th of August at 19.00hr.

This meeting is open for Teachers, Coaches, and Judges, to speak together about the future in the dancing World, ideas, changes etc.

Feel free to come and tell us what we can change, improve, to help the progress of WDSF PD, with the vision of 2020 in mind. Every speaker has a limit of 3  minutes, so that all have a change to speak. We will start at 19:00hr sharp, with the opening words of our Director Verena Sulek, after the Sport Director will lead the meeting.

Please tell it around, we want to have a full house, with persons from over the complete globe, working together as one big family.

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