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The Federation publishes a monthly website, the Oregon Federation News, which includes news and information about dances and dancing in the state, schedules and advertisements for upcoming dances, and registration forms for state festivals and National Square Dance Conventions. The online OFN is available at ofn.club.
The Federation also publishes an annual directory of all of the member square dance clubs and councils in the state, including contact names and addresses. Please contact the 2nd Vice President, using the info on the Officers page.
The agendas, minutes, and reports from all Federation state meetings are available on this web site.
Each elected and appointed officer and each council delegate is supplied with a copy of the Federation's Constitution, By-Laws, and Practices & Procedures. In addition, each council is provided with a second copy, which is expected to remain with the council president. This copy stays with the office, and is passed down as new people take over the positions.
If you would like your own copy, there are several ways to get one. If you have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system, you can download the latest copies here:
If you are not able to download and/or print the document yourself, you may contact Tim Roberts, the Federation's Parliamentarian, and order a copy for the cost of materials. The combined document is about 140 pages in length, and currently costs about $15 to reproduce.
Dancer Leonard Turner has started a new web site to allow dancers in the state to match a face to a name. He will put your photo onto the web site, along with your name and a short "hello" message. He will even take your picture for you, if you don't have a digital camera near by.
This is strictly for fun. Several other states have done this with great success. The web page is www.oregon-dancers.com.
For more information, or to get your picture posted, contact leonard turner at email@example.com.
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Information on this page compiled by Tim Roberts