2009 USA Dance Gumbo DanceSport Championships June 26 _ 27_ 2009

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					2009 USA Dance Gumbo DanceSport Championships
A National Qualifying Event & Part of the 2009 Louisiana Governor’s Games

June 26 & 27, 2009
Hosted by

USA Dance Chapter 5031
Organized by

Louisiana DanceSport

RULES AND FORMS
Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza 4728 Constitution Avenue Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808
American and International Dance Divisions
For Every Age and Every Level of Dancer

The Public is Invited

Early Registration Deadline May 15, 2009
For information contact: Ann Durocher-Steven 203 Choctaw Drive Houma, LA 70360
Phone: (H) 985-853-0030 (C) 504-722-4800 E-Mail: fliprann@aol.com Visit our website at: www.gumboofballroom.org

USA Dance Chapter 5031
and

Louisiana DanceSport
Present
Dear dancers, Chapter 5031 of USA Dance and Louisiana DanceSport invite you to join us for a weekend dancing extravaganza, “A Gumbo of Ballroom.” The competition events will take place at the beautiful Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 4728 Constitution Avenue, Baton Rouge, Louisiana the weekend of June 26-28, 2009. The USA Dance Gumbo DanceSport Championships, an all amateur competition, is scheduled to begin Friday, June 26 and conclude June 27. This is a USA DanceSport sanctioned competition and a National Qualifying Event for the 2010 National Championships. This is the 5th year our group has held a National Qualifying Event. The competition is hosted by Chapter 5031 of USA Dance and organized by Louisiana DanceSport. On June 28, Louisiana DanceSport plays host to the Louisiana Challenge, a pro-am competition which includes championship events for those who really like the thrill of competition! This will be the 10th anniversary of the Louisiana Challenge. A Hospitality Suite manned by volunteers is open to competitors both Friday and Saturday afternoons. Two workshops are planned Friday evening following the competitive events, and the evening concludes with a Welcome Dance. After the daytime competition on Saturday, all dancers come together for an evening banquet, followed by the Gumbo DanceSport Adult Championship finals. The evening concludes with a fun social dance. For the Saturday evening festivities bring your after five attire and don’t forget your dance shoes. Scholarships will be awarded throughout the weekend of competition, thanks to the generosity of corporate and individual sponsors. We invite you to become a scholarship sponsor and join us in promoting ballroom dancing through the awarding of scholarships to deserving amateurs who work hard at their sport. All sponsors will be formally recognized in our event program. Donations are tax deductible, as USA Dance and Louisiana DanceSport are both qualified under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Over the last nine years, our group of 100+ volunteers has earned a reputation of being gracious and warm hosts who love the competitive aspects of ballroom dancing and strive to see that our participants enjoy the experience. One of our guiding principles is to provide a quality and fun atmosphere for all to participate, from the beginning dancer to the most advanced dancer, as well as the enthused spectator. Yes, we love our spectators and reward them with gifts for their enthusiasm and support of our dancing couples. So, bring your “cheerleaders” and join us in Baton Rouge June 26-28, 2009 and experience Southern hospitality Louisiana style. We would love to be included on your 2009 dancing calendar! If you have any questions about this wonderful weekend of ballroom dancing, please contact me at 985.853.0030 or 504.722.4800.

“A Gumbo of Ballroom”

Sincerely,

An n D u roc h e r- St ev en
President, Louisiana DanceSport Event Organizer, USA Dance Chapter 5031

2009 USA Dance Gumbo DanceSport Championships
A NATIONAL QUALIFYING EVENT FOR USA DANCE & MEMBER OF THE 2009 LOUISIANA GOVERNOR’S GAMES
Hosted by Chapter 5031 of USA Dance

June 26 & 27, 2009 Competition Rules and Information
The Gumbo DanceSport Championships is an amateur only dancesport competition sanctioned by USA Dance for dancers of all ages and proficiency levels. We welcome all dancers, especially our Newcomers. Your interest is greatly appreciated. Chapter 5031 of USA Dance, the Louisiana Gumbo Chapter, is the official host for this competition and Louisiana DanceSport is the event organizer. This booklet is designed to explain the plans for the event and to facilitate your registration to participate. The Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza (formally the Holiday Inn Select) serves as the competition site. The hotel has many amenities, including a beautiful 15,000 square foot ballroom. Dancing takes place on a 76 X 44 foot floating hardwood dance floor. A smaller practice floor of the same quality is also available for competitors. Spacious dressing room facilities are available very near the ballroom, and the hotel offers ample free parking. Within minutes from the hotel are many excellent eating establishments, shopping areas and more. A map is included for the exact location of the hotel. The Louisiana Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports is a major sponsor of the 2009 Gumbo DanceSport Championships, making this competition an official participant in the 2009 Governor’s Games. As such, some medals presented will be that of the Governor’s Games. COMPETITOR REGISTRATION Online registration is available with a credit card at www.gumboofballroom.org. Register early and use a separate entry form for each partnership. Registrations are also accepted in hard copy form. Discounted entry fees and completed entry forms MUST be received by May 15, 2009. After that date, the standard fee is applicable. Entries will not be accepted beyond June 12, 2009. To avoid possible rejection of entry, participants are urged to register early so that any problems may be resolved by the May 15, 2009 deadline. Each competitor must list his/her USA Dance membership number and expiration date on the entry form. You may apply for, renew, or upgrade your membership by sending a USA Dance membership application and fee payment with your entry form. You can download the form at www.usadance.org or call 985.853.0030 to have one mailed to you. Be sure to note your local USA Dance chapter on the application. Checks are to be made payable and mailed to: Louisiana DanceSport C/O Ann Durocher-Steven 203 Choctaw Drive Houma, LA 70360 ELIGIBILITY Every competitor must be an amateur. Every adult competitor, with the exception of Newcomer (see below), must be a currently registered DanceSport Athlete member of USA Dance or other member organization of the IDSF in good standing. Every preteen, junior, youth competitor must be a registered Student member of USA Dance in good standing. Newcomers are defined as couples in which neither member has ever danced as an amateur couple in a ballroom competition. They are restricted to the first five steps of the Bronze level. Newcomers may choose to dance both the Newcomer events and the Bronze syllabus events. Competitors who sign up for Bronze events must be registered as Athlete members. Otherwise, Newcomers need only be registered USA Dance members in good standing of any type (Social member, Ballroom Dancer or Athlete). Dancers need not dance with the same partner for all events; however they may dance with only one partner per event. Dancers may compete in as many events as they are eligible to enter, but must abide by the rules of each event. For instance, Gold steps are not allowed in Silver or Bronze. Entry into multiple age and skill levels may result in shorter than normal break times between heats. They may not compete in any classification below the minimum proficiency level for which they are eligible. The 2009A USA DanceSport Rulebook sets the guidelines for this competition and is available for viewing and/or printing on the USA DANCE web site at: www.usadance.org. (Click Competition Dancing then 2009A Rulebook.) This is a national qualifying event. As such, athletes can earn proficiency points and are subject to anti-doping controls. Both partners must be eligible for each event they enter and shall not compete in any classification below the minimum proficiency level for which they are eligible (see Rulebook, Rule 4.6). Competitors are responsible for verifying their proficiency points, so please check your accumulated proficiency points before registering. AGE CATEGORIES (Within the calendar year 2009.) Pre-Teen: The elder partner is 11 years old or younger. Junior: The elder partner is 12 to 15 years old. Youth: The elder partner is 16 to 18 years old. Adult: The elder partner is 19 years old or older. Senior I: Both partners must be 35 years old or older.

Senior II: Both partners must be 45 years old or older. Senior III: Both partners must be 55 years old or older. Senior IV: Both partners must be 65 years old or older. Theater Arts/Cabaret: Both partners must be 16 years old or older. Eligible athletes may only compete in two consecutive age categories held at a given competition in any given style and proficiency level. Prior written approval of a parent or legal guardian is required for all athletes under the age of 18. GENERAL FORMAT AND ENTRY DIVISIONS Events consist of one, two, three, four or five dances in succession without leaving the dance floor. Nine and ten dance events will also be offered, but the dances are divided between Smooth/Standard and Rhythm/Latin and not danced consecutively. As part of the fun dance events, an International Seven Dance event and an American Six Dance event are offered to dancers whose highest proficiency level is silver. (Fun dances are open non-sanctioned events.) The best combined score for all dances in each event will determine places in that event. The scoring system used is the skating system. For all multi-dance events, couples must dance each dance in the event. Events may be separated into two or more heats at the discretion of the Chairman of Judges. Depending upon the number of couples entered, some age groups may dance at the same time as others, even though each group is being judged as a separate event. The competition chairperson reserves the right to combine or cancel events for which there are an insufficient number of entries. The on-deck system will be used for all events. Competitors must be in the ballroom and ready to dance 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time for the event in which they are competing. They must report to the Deck Captain two heats prior to their event. Any competitor who does not take the floor by the time the music begins will be disqualified from that event. The competition is organized into Syllabus and Open events. Syllabus events are offered in the following proficiency levels: Newcomer (1st five steps of Bronze), Bronze, Silver and Gold. Open events are offered in proficiency levels of Novice, PreChampionship and Championship. (International Ten Dance, American Nine Dance and Theater Arts are Championship level events.) Designated fun dance events are also open and are not sanctioned events. Syllabus Events are restricted to the approved syllabus of the DanceSport Council, located in Appendix 8 of the 2009A Rulebook. Competitors must limit their figures to those of the approved syllabus and ability classifications. The Invigilator will report any violations in restricted syllabus events to the Chairman of Judges. The couple involved will be given a verbal warning if the violation occurs in a round prior to the final round or reduced to last place in that dance in a final round As a general rule, athletes may participate in a maximum of two proficiency levels and they must be consecutive. Since there are some complexities in this rule, competitors

are encouraged to read the rulebook regarding proficiency levels. (4.6.2 on page 24 of the 2009A DanceSport Rulebook.) NOTE: Events offered in the Senior IV age group are not sanctioned events. AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Medals will be presented to the top three couples in each event. Ribbons will be presented through 8th place and to couples in noncompetitive heats. Winners of the Nine and Ten Dance and other Championship level winners will receive special recognition. Scholarships will be awarded to winners of selected events. Awards ceremonies will be held following final heats throughout the competition. WORKSHOPS (Open to public) Two workshops are planned for both social and competitive dancers and will be conducted on Friday evening following the competition. 7:00 pm – “The Top 10 Priorities for Social & Competitive Rhythm/Latin Dancers” Taught by Dan Calloway, Chair of Judges 8:00 pm – “The Top 10 Priorities for Social & Competitive Smooth/Standard Dancers” Taught by Rick Elliott, Judge TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS NOTE: (1) Beginning at 10:00am Friday a practice floor will be available throughout the competition. (2) Competition packages will be available beginning at 9:00am Friday. (3) The first rounds of the Am. & Int. V. Waltz, Bolero & Fun Multi Dance events will be held on Friday. Finals on Saturday. (4) A Hospitality Suite will be open to competitors from 1pm to 6pm on Friday and Saturday. (5) All Adult Championship finals will be held following the dinner on Saturday evening. Friday, June 26, 2009 11:00 am Doors open to ballroom 11:45 am Competitor Meeting 11:55 am Welcome comments 12:00 pm Session I Am. Rhythm Syllabus, Novice Senior IV Rhythm, West Coast, Hustle, Salsa, 1st round of Bolero, 1st round Am. Six Dance 4:00 pm Session II Am. Smooth Syllabus, Novice, Senior IV Smooth, 1st round Am. V. Waltz, 1st round Int. V. Waltz, 1st round Am. Six Dance, Argentine Tango, Cabaret, Theater Arts 7:00 pm End of competition 7:00 pm Workshops 9:00 pm Welcome Dance 10:30 pm End (Ballroom closes to spectators) Ballroom is open for practice until 11:30pm (no music available)

Saturday, June 27, 2009 7:00 am Doors open to ballroom 8:00 am Session III Int. Standard syllabus, Novice, Prechamp, 1st round Champ. Final Int. V Waltz 11:15 am Session IV Am. Smooth Prechamp, 1st round Champ, Final Am. V Waltz 12:15 pm Break 12:45 pm Session V Am. Rhythm Prechamp, 1st round Champ, Final Bolero 1:15 pm Session VI Int. Latin syllabus, Novice, Prechamp, 1st round Champ, Paso 2:45 pm Session VII Championship finals all dance divisions (except adult age group), Int. Ten Dance, Am. Nine Dance, Int. Seven Dance, Am. Six Dance 6:00 pm End 6:15 pm Hospitality Hour w/cash bar 7:15 pm Banquet 9:00 pm Session VIII Adult Championship Finals 9:30 pm Dance 11:00 pm Ballroom closes NOTE: This schedule is tentative and times are approximate. Start and ending times may be adjusted based on the number of heats required. Changes to the schedule, with better time frames, will be posted to our web site at www.gumboofballroom.org after June 12, 2009. Competitors must be in the ballroom and ready to dance 30 minutes prior to a scheduled event. THE COMPETITION WILL NOT BE DELAYED. LOUISIANA DANCESPORT’S PRO-AM Sunday, June 28, 2009 The Louisiana Challenge, Hosted by Louisiana DanceSport This is a competition for amateur athletes and their professional partners. For a registration package call 985.853.0030 or email fliprann@aol.com. DRESS/COSTUMES Check the 2009A USA DanceSport Rulebook for updates regarding dress, jewelry and shoes. Costumes are not permitted for the following events: Newcomer: Newcomer men should wear black dress pants, white or black plain long sleeve shirt and tie (smooth or standard). Newcomer ladies should wear a dress or skirt and blouse or leotard without adornment. No reflective material. Pre-Teen: All proficiency levels. Boys should wear dark pants, white or black long sleeved shirt and tie (smooth or standard). Girls should wear white leotard or blouse and skirt or dress with no decoration. Junior, Youth & Adult: (All syllabus levels) Boys should wear dark pants, white shirts and tie (optional in rhythm/Latin) with jacket optional. Girls should wear party dresses or, (for rhythm/Latin) leotards and skirts. If the dress is matte or low-

sheen it is allowed. High sheen and reflective materials are not allowed. Costumes are permitted but not required for the following events (costumes are not a factor in judging): Junior & Youth: Novice, Pre-Champ and Championship Senior: Bronze, Silver and Gold events Costumes are allowed: Adult & Senior: Novice, Pre-Champ and Championship The 2009A USA DanceSport Dress Code rules apply to this competition, and all competitors are urged to study the rules carefully. Improperly dressed competitors will be subject to disqualification. The new dress code information is posted on the USA Dance web site. Read the rulebook. It is the competitor’s responsibility to comply. A USA DanceSport Official will be available on site so that competitors can ask questions or verify dress compliance. The official’s available hours will be posted on the web site closer to the competition date. If you have costuming questions prior to the competition, contact costumerules@usadance.org. SPECTATOR TICKETS Spectator tickets may be purchased in advance at a reduced rate or at the door. Advanced orders for tickets may be made using a form that can be downloaded from the web site at www.gumboofballroom.org or by calling 985.853.0030 or 225.627.6154. Dress for spectators at all competition sessions is dressy casual, but keep in mind that the ballroom will likely be very cool. CANCELLATION POLICY Competitors cancelling by May 15, 2009 will receive a 75% refund; between May 15 and June 12, 2009 will receive a 50% refund. After June 12, 2009, no refund. Please allow 30 days for processing. DISCLAIMERS All persons attend this event at their own risk and agree to hold harmless the organizers, USA Dance and the Crowne Plaza Hotel from any injury sustained at the event. Each person is solely responsible for his/her own belongings; the organizers, USA Dance and the Crowne Plaza Hotel cannot be held liable for any loss or theft of articles left in changing rooms, ballroom, hotel rooms and other event facilities. All persons agree, unless they notify the organizers otherwise, that USA Dance may use any film, video or photograph containing their images as well as their identifying names. VIDEO & PHOTOGRAPHY Private videotaping and photography will be allowed. Please be courteous and do not obstruct the view of others during videotaping and photography. Ballroom Video of St. Petersburg, Florida will also be available to videotape competitors upon request. Professional photographers will be available to take both action shots and posed photos. VENDORS We plan to have vendors and a consignment shop for your dancing needs. We expect to have a makeup and hair vendor, so please check the web site at www.gumboofballroom.org for

information regarding setting up appointments. If you wish to become a vendor, please contact Neila Phillips at 225.767.3853. PROGRAM ADVERTISING Program advertising is available at the following rates. Ballroom Booster $10.00 Half Page $ 80.00 Business Card $25.00 Full Page $150.00 Quarter Page $40.00 If you are interested in placing an ad in the competition program, please contact Cecil Phillips at 225.767.3853 or by Ann is also available at email at cphill99@cox.net. 985.853.0030 or by email at fliprann@aol.com. DONATIONS You are invited to become a scholarship donor or sponsor of our Gumbo of Ballroom weekend and be recognized in our competition program. All donations to Louisiana DanceSport and to USA Dance are tax deductible at their fair market value under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. You can specify that your donation be used for scholarships or for general purposes. Proceeds from the competition weekend are used to expand and nurture ballroom dancing as a competitive sport among area youth. To become a sponsor, contact Cecil Phillips at 225.767.3853 or by email at cphill99@cox.net. Inquiries can also be made to Ann at 985.853.0030 or fliprann@aol.com. HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS The Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, 4728 Constitution Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA is where all of the events take place. Rooms are available for $89.00 per night provided you make reservations prior to May 26, 2009. To reserve your room call 225.925.2244 or 800.678.4065 and tell the reservations agent that you are participating in the Ballroom Competition. Reservations may also be made through the Crowne Plaza website @www.crowneplaza.com/execcenterbtr. The code for online reservations is P62. The hotel is located near Interstate 10 at the College Drive exit in Baton Rouge. MISCELLANEOUS One or preferably both members of each partnership must check in with the registration desk. Each competitor must show his/her USA Dance membership card (and his/her partner’s card if necessary) and a photo ID to the person in charge for package pickup. Packages become available for

pickup in the Atrium area beginning at 9:00am on Friday, June 26. Theater arts music will be provided by USA Dance. Cabaret music must be provided in CD format to the DJ prior to the beginning of the session. Cabaret routines are restricted to a 4 minute time limit. Box lunches are available to competitors on Saturday, but lunches must be arranged for in advance. The lunch costs $15 and consists of a sandwich or croissant, chips, cookie and drink. More specifics can be found on the competition payment form. In an effort to better service breakfasts and lunches and to alleviate restaurant roadblocks during the days of competition, the hotel plans to set up buffets in a banquet room across from the ballroom. They plan to sell tickets in advance to both competitors and spectators. Information on that will be available at a later date on the web site. TRANSPORTATION Northwest, U S Air, Delta and Continental Airlines fly into Ryan Metropolitan Airport (BTR) located in Baton Rouge. The hotel provides transportation to and from Ryan Metro Airport upon request for a nominal fee. Contact the hotel’s Transportation Coordinator at 225.930.0105. All major airlines fly into the Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) which is located in New Orleans and is 70 miles south of Baton Rouge on Interstate 10. The New Orleans airport is on the northwestern side of the city, so the drive to Baton Rouge is an easy one. ATTRACTIONS Baton Rouge is the crossroads to authentic Louisiana. In addition to visiting the many interesting attractions in Baton Rouge, you can easily get to plantation country, Cajun country, the Louisiana swamps, as well as New Orleans and its famous French Quarter. For more information on the numerous attractions of interest in and around Baton Rouge, contact the Baton Rouge Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1.800.527.6843 or visit www.bracvb.com. CONTACT PERSON For more information you may contact Ann Durocher-Steven at 985.853.0030 or cell phone 504.722.4800. Email at fliprann@aol.com.

2009 USA DANCE Gumbo DanceSport Championships June 26 - 27, 2009 Registration Form, Page 1 Gentleman: ______________________________ American Smooth
Events Newcomer Bronze Silver Gold Novice Prechamp Championship W,F W,T,F W,T,F W,T,F W,T,F W,T,F,VW W.T,F,VW Preteen Junior Youth Adult Senior I Senior II Senior III Senior IV*

Lady: _____________________________

American Rhythm
Events Newcomer Bronze Silver Gold Novice R,ECS C,R,ECS C,R,ECS C,R,ECS C,R,ECS Preteen Junior Youth Adult Senior I Senior II Senior III Senior IV*

Prechamp C,R,ECS,B Championship C,R,ECS,B,M

International Standard
Events Newcomer Bronze Bronze Silver Gold Novice W,QS W,QS T,F W,T,F,QS W,T,F,QS W,F,QS Preteen Junior Youth Adult Senior I Senior II Senior III Senior IV*

Prechamp W,T,F,QS Championship W.T,VW,F,QS

International Latin
Events Newcomer Bronze Silver Gold Novice C,R S,C,R S,C,R,J S,C,R,J S,C,R Preteen Junior Youth Adult Senior I Senior II Senior III Senior IV*

Prechamp S,C,R,J Championship S,C,R,PD,J

American Nine Dance
Event Champ: W/T/F/VW/C/R/EC/B/M Adult Open

Cabaret & Theater Arts
Events Cabaret Theater Arts Open

International Ten Dance
Event Champ: W/T/VW/F/QS/S/C/R/PD/J Adult Open

* Not sanctioned events

2009 USA DANCE Gumbo DanceSport Championships June 26 - 27, 2009 Registration Form, Page 2

Fun Dance Events
Event Argentine Tango Bolero American Viennese Waltz International Viennese Waltz

(These are not sanctioned events) Open Salsa Paso Doble Hustle West Coast Swing Open

Fun Multi-Dance Events
Events International Seven Dance American Six Dance

Open to dancers whose highest level of proficiency is silver. (These are not sanctioned events) Open

W,SF,T,QS,S,C,R W,T,F,C,R,ECS

No responsibility for personal injury or loss or theft of articles in the changing rooms, competition or seating areas can be accepted by the event organizers, USA DANCE Chapter 5031 of USA DANCE or any of their respective officers, officials, board members, agents and/or employees, volunteers, other participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and/or owners and lessors of premises and equipment used to conduct this event (herein after the released parties). I acknowledge that there is a risk of injury in participating in dance events and KNOWLINGLY AND FREELY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISK, both known and unknown and for myself and on behalf of my heirs, assigns, and personal representatives and HEREBY RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS the released parties WITH RESPECT TO ANY AND ALL INJURY, DISABILITY, DEATH or loss or damage to person or property, WHETHER ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASED PARTIES OR OTHERWISE. I will also allow my photograph, picture, or likeness and/or voice to appear in any official documentary, promotional (including any and all advertising), televison, radio, or private film coverage of the Gumbo DanceSport Championships without concessions. Everyone attending or competing does so at his/her own risk. I have read the Rules and Regulations included with these materials. I understand them and agree to be bound by them. I have not entered any dance below my current proficiency level. The undersigned have read and agree in this WAIVER.

This information is critical, please print legibly Gentleman Name Address City/State/Zip USA Dance # Date of Birth Exp. Date Phone No. Name Address City/State/Zip USA Dance # Date of Birth

Lady

Exp. Date Phone No.

Email

Email

Signature Vegetarian meal - yes - no (circle one)
(Parental signature required of Youth and below age groups)

Signature Vegetarian meal - yes - no (circle one)
(Parental signature required of Youth and below age groups)

Parent Signature

Parent Signature

If registering online, parents may fax this page to 1.985.853.0031 or mail to Ann Durocher-Steven, 203 Choctaw Drive, Houma, LA 70360.

2009 USA DANCE Gumbo DanceSport Championships Payment Form
Gentleman’s Name:______________________________ Lady’s Name:___________________________________ Competitor Package Preteen, Junior,Youth, & Newcomer Discount Entry Package*
Preteen, Junior,Youth, & Newcomer Regular Entry Package* (after May 15)

No.

Adult & Senior Discount Entry* Adult & Senior Regular Entry* (after May 15) Copies of Scrutineer’s Score Sheets (all events) ($10.00 if ordered at comp. site.)

Price each Total $70.00 $85.00 $125.00 $150.00 $5.00

Competitor Total

Workshops (Enter #) _____ Rhythm/Latin _____ Smooth/Standard
Box Lunch on Saturday (Competitors only) (enter #) _____ Ham & Cheese on Kaiser _____Turkey Club Croissant

$10.00 $15.00 $15.00
No. Price each Total $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $45.00 $10.00 $70.00

Spectator Package Friday Spectator Admission only** Saturday Spectator Admission Only** Saturday Evening Dance Only Saturday Banquet (Advance Sale Only) Vegetarian meal _____ no _____ yes

(enter number)

Sunday Spectator Admission** Weekend Spectator Pass (All Activities. Advanced Sale Only)

Spectator Total (Competitor Total, Workshops, Box Lunch, Spectator Total)
Make check payable to: Mail to:

COMBINED TOTAL
Louisiana DanceSport 203 Choctaw Drive Houma, LA 70360

*Package includes weekend pass to all events. **Also available at the door for $15.00. Notice: Amateurs who dance in the 2009 Gumbo DanceSport Championships June 26 & 27, can take a 25% discount on their competitor fees for the 2009 Louisiana Challenge. Questions can be addressed to Ann Durocher-Steven at 985-853-0030 or fliprann@aol.com