Facilitator: Anne Bumstead
(Input from all Members expected and encouraged)
When: Monday 1 June 2015, 3pm
Where: 12 Edinburgh Street, Fielding
Please let Kirsten Ferguson know by Thurs 28 May if you will be attending
The inaugural ScotDance New Zealand scholarships were awarded on the 26 April at the HDAMRW competition.
ScotDance New Zealand provided two scholarships to be used for tuition:
- Novice/Intermediate – value $250.00
- Restricted Premier – value $250.00
The aim of the scholarships is to provide assistance to a New Zealand registered dancer. The recipient must have demonstrated a high level of participation and interest in the art of Highland Dancing which includes by competing regularly and sitting examinations.
The scholarships were assessed by Mrs Cheryl Roach OAM.
Mrs Roach adjudicated the first Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing competition in Waipu on 1 January 2002 and it was felt appropriate to ask Mrs Roach to assess the first ScotDance New Zealand Scholarships. Mrs Roach is currently the Dance Director of OzScot Highland Dancers and is a respected teacher and adjudicator from Bathurst, Australia.
Congratulations to the recipients of the 2015 ScotDance New Zealand Scholarships:
- Novice/Intermediate – Caitlin Chamberlain – New Plymouth
- Restricted Premier – Niamh McCarthy – New Plymouth