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Re: Once a Pro, Always a Pro?
Posted by lorenabravo
12/5/2011  2:23:00 PM
Hi! Okay, I got ahold of one of the officers of the PDF, and I was told that there would be no problem for you to reclaim your amateur status. You simply need to write a letter to Judi Hatton (VP of the NDCA). Here's the link to her page on the NDCA website. You'll see her email address there:

http://www.ndca.org/directories/officers/judi-hatton/

Let her know your situation. She'll get back to you right away (telling you that yes, you can be an amateur), and then you will need to register with the NDCA as an amateur before your first competition, or you can skip this part if you end up doing pro-am.

Sorry it took me so long to get this info for you. Best of luck with your dancing, and welcome back!

Lorena
Re: Once a Pro, Always a Pro?
Posted by lmstudio
12/7/2011  8:16:00 AM
Thank you, Lorena, for pursuing this for me. I remember Judi from my former pro days. I will follow up on this in the near future.
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Re: Once a Pro, Always a Pro?
Posted by Jeanne Bourgeois
5/20/2018  7:26:00 PM
Hi,

I find myself in the same boat! Taught & competed professionally through the Fred Astaire system, quit dancing over 25 yrs ago. Now at 53, find my taking group classes with my spouse & being asked to teach. Perhaps I'll write to Ms. Hatton as well. Many thanks for all the good advice.
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9/25/2021  12:29:00 AM
Yeah of course. It's your passion

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