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Modern Square Dance is a form of folk dancing where 4 couples begin and end in a square formation. A caller instructs dancers to execute steps or figures in time with music.  Here is a a link to Wikipedia that explains it in more detail:




Round Dancing is a form of ballroom dancing where couples dance to the instructions of a Cuer.  Modern Round Dance is cued and the dances are choreographed. Here is a link to Wikipedia for a more detailed explanation:

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In the Fort Collins / Cheyenne / Greeley / Fort Morgan (Northeast) Area?  Visit - For more information, please call Nancy or Norm @ 970-232-9127 or Jim or Bobbie @ 970-223-8162.


In the Grand Junction / Delta / Four Corners (Colorado West) Area? Visit (ADD WEBSITE here) or call (ADD PHONE NUMBER HERE)

In Denver (Denver Area)? Visit website or call the information line at 999-999-9999 (ADD VALID NUMBER) and specifically ask about lessons, or visit or visit Square Dancing Today







In the Denver are visit and look for the round dance lessons link.  Or call (NAME and NUMBER).

In the Fort Collins / Greeley / Cheyenne (Northeast Area) call (NAME and NUMBER).

In the Colorado Springs / Pueblo / Trinidad / Holly (Southeast Area) call (NAME and NUMBER).

In the Grand Junction / Delta / Four Corners (Colorado West) call (NAME and NUMBER).

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Instructions for submitting an article / story for publication on the CSSDA web site

1. Access the site at:
2a. Select the  'Submit an Article / Story' link located on the left side of the homepage, below the 'News & Items of Interest' area.
or 2b. Login in with your registered username / password and select 'Submit an Article' from the User Menu located on the right side of the homepage, about half way down the page.
3. Enter your Name and Email Address in the provided boxes.
4. Enter an appropriate/catchy Title of Article. 
5. Use the provided text editor to enter and format content for the article / story. Content can be copied/pasted from other sources. Keep in mind that the first 90-120 characters of what you enter will be displayed on the homepage as a lead-in to your article / story. The lead-in should be a short, catchy blurb to entice the reader to view the entire article / story.

6. Any images associated with your article / story will have to be uploaded to the CSSDA web server.  The image that is used as an icon for your article / story on the homepage can either be uploaded as a separate image or taken from the first image included within your article / story

6a. To select/upload a specific image to be displayed as your article's/story's icon on the homepage,  click on the Choose File button located below the editor and use the file browser to find/upload the image from your local computer.

6b. To select/upload one or more images for display within your article you have a couple of options. For images included when you copied/pasted content your article / story from another source, you start by double clicking on the broken image placeholder box, or right clicking on the box to bring up the Image Properties dialog box. You then click on the Browse Server button. If your article / story doesn't have an image and/or you want to add additional images to it, you can add them by positioning your cursor to where you want the image to be displayed, then selecting the 'image Button' icon located on the second row of icons for the editor (not the upload image option located below the editor). When the File Browser opens, navigate to the appropriate folder for storing the image (i.e., /data/dancePromos).  If the image you want to use has been previously uploaded, you can select/re-use it by simply clicking on it. If the image you want to use isn't already available on the server, click on the Choose Files button to find, and then select 'Send it to the Server'  to have an image from your local computer sent to the server. After uploading, click on the desired image in the File Browser to use it within your article / story.  With the Images Properties dialog box open, if you want the image to be a link, you can specify the URL (web address) for it by selecting the Link Tab at the top of the box, and entering the appropriate URL (e.g. and Target [generally this will be New Window (_blank)].

6c. After selecting/uploading all of the images to be displayed within your article / story, click on each image you've inserted to adjust the image's properties. Set its width, height to display at a size suitable to your article / story. Be sure that the aspect ratio is locked (icon shows lock locked) so that the image isn't distorted when its height or width is changed.  Set the images HSpace to 8 and its Vspace to 6 to give it some separation from surrounding text. Set Align to either left or right depending upon which side of your text you would like the image displayed.

7. When you're finished entering your article / story content,  scroll down to, and enter the required Word Verification code (i.e. the code displayed via the image). If you can't make out the currently given code, click on the recycle arrows icon to obtain a different code. After entering the matching code, click on 'Submit' to have your article / story sent for publication.

8. After submitting your article / story, you should receive an email confirming that it has been submitted review/publication depending upon your authorization level.

If you encounter any problems with submitting an article / story or have any concerns with regards to your article / story on the web site, please contact the CSSDA web master at
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CSSDA Document Management
In order to keep document management simple for the web management team, as well as the secretary, please use these rules when uploading documents to the CSSDA web server.
CSSDA Technology Committee

When uploading documents:
1. Please use the following naming convention: [Council] [Position] [Date], i.e.— SE Sr. Rep Report Jan 2014.pdf (COWEST, DEN, NE, SE), or Singles Committee Jan 2014.pdf, or President Report Jan 2014.pdf

2. Please change the security access to “PUBLIC” from “GUEST USERS”


3. Please upload documents in .pdf format (can be read in Adobe Acrobat Reader)
CSSDA Document Upload Rules.pdf January 26, 2014


Instructions for uploading a document to the 'Docs / Forms' area of the CSSDA web site.

1. Access the site at

2. If you've previously registered, Log in using your username/password (if you're not registered, register, and then allow the web master a little time to add you to the group with the needed permissions to upload).

3. Access the docs/forms area of the site where you want to upload a file to (e.g. Jan  2014 Mtg at

4. As a registered/logged in user, you should find an 'Upload' option in the top, right corner of the page.

5. Select the 'Upload' option, and complete the form that it displays. Minimally, you need to provide a Title, Category (e.g., Jan 2014 Mtg) and a File name (which is obtained by 'browsing to / selecting' the desired file from your local computer. If you want everyone visiting the site to be able to see your document, set the 'Access' option to 'Public'. Optionally, you may fill out the other items presented via the upload load.

6. After providing the required title, category, file name, upload the file by selecting the 'Submit' button located near the top, right of the page.

7. After submitting, you can verity that the file has been uploaded by viewing it on the web page.

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