1984 – *Jim & Mary Harris

Square Dance Caller & Teacher “People are the most important, they benefit, they must have fun, and they must win”. This is the belief that Jim and Mary Harris have in their teaching and leadership in the square and round dance activity. Jim started square and round dancing as a …

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1982 – *Charlie Baldwin

Square Dance Caller & Teacher There is only one person in New England that is looked upon by all as “Mr. Square Dance” – Charlie Baldwin of Norwell, Massachusetts.   Charlie has devoted over forty years of service to our activity as a caller, teacher and leader.  He has served …

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1981 – Joe & Phyllis Casey

Square Dance Caller & Teacher It has been said that one of the greatest pleasures of Square Dancing is the friendships that are formed and the meeting of wonderful people who might not otherwise have been encountered. Nowhere has this been better demonstrated than by being associated with Joe and …

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1980 – *Ed & Judy Ross Smith

Square Dance Caller & Teacher Ed and Judy Ross Smith have brought cheer-filled dancing to many people for years. They bring cheerfulness, sound human understanding, good voice, responsive calling, innovative and practical suggestions relative to teaching and dance attire. They have made substantial contributions to the quality of sound for …

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1979 – *Tom & Gretchen Noonan

Unselfishness.  This seems to be the watchword used most frequently by the dancers who nominated this couple and all who know Tom and Gretchen. For more than a quarter century the Noonan’’s have been teaching square & round dancing. Many of his pupils have attested to the patience, understanding and …

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1979 – *Ralph & *Ada Page

Square Dance Caller & Teacher An outstanding musician, caller, square dance historian, choreographer, writer, patriot and researcher.  These are some of the terms used to describe Ralph Page.  Ralph once said, “My mother was a beautiful dancer, Dad was a fair fiddler, and my uncle was a caller.  I was …

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