Do  C  Do Square Dance Club.

(The first minutes recorded)

A general meeting was held in the Church House, Banbury on Wednesday, March 1st 1961 at 7.45 p.m. to inaugurate the formation of a Square Dancing Club. Hitherto  it had been on a trial basis but the general consensus of opinion was that a club should be formed and obtain membership from the British Association of American Square Dance Clubs. It was agreed that the name of the Club should be – ‘The Do – C – Do’ Club.

Officers and committee elected were as follows:

President: Mr Dave Bradbury
Secretary & Treasurer: Mrs L. P Clarke
Committee: Mrs Fox
  Mr Thomas
  Mrs Pope
  Mr Pope
  Mrs Frost
  Mr Meredith
  Mrs Clark
  Mr Ross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Club membership fee of 5/- (five shillings) annually was agreed, with a reservation that if that sum proved unsatisfactory, an amendment would be made accordingly at the next A.G.M.

It was agreed that the club night should remain on Wednesdays and that the season should commence on first week in September to the middle of May, with a summer break.

The entrance fee on club nights would be 2/- (two shillings) per head for members.

This concludes the meeting which was followed by dancing until 10.30pm

Signed: D.E Bradbury
Chairman