THE WORLDS LARGEST
SQUARE DANCE ORGANIZATION
THE ONLY NATIONAL DANCER'S ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED BY DANCERS
FOR DANCERS AND OPERATED BY
WHAT IS USDA?
The UNITED SQUARE DANCERS OF AMERICA, INC. (USDA) was formed on June 26, 1981,
during the National Square Dance Convention held in Seattle, Washington, and has grown to
the size that approaches the representation of 310,000 dancers throughout the United
States. USDA is an organization formed by dancers, for dancers, and is under the
operational control of dancers. The purpose of the organization is to:
- Promote and perpetuate the total Square Dance Movement which includes Square, Round,
Contra, Clogging, Line and Heritage Dancing.
- Establish a line of communication from the individual dancer to a recognized unified
body so that an expression of varied opinions can establish or influence policy for making
decisions at the national level.
- Provide for education to further the growth and enjoyment of Square Dancing.
- Encourage cooperation between member clubs, state associations, councils, federations;
national and international organizations; or other groups involved or interested in the
promotion of Square Dancing.
- Provide a forum for implementing the benefits of membership in the UNITED SQUARE DANCERS
OF AMERICA and assist members in any way possible.
- Represent Square Dancing to the general public as a wholesome, enjoyable family type
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