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Date Posted: 07:44:13 06/10/17 Sat
Author: ??
Subject: Os the rule about those who move from Novice to PW different I know they move up more if there are more in comp
In reply to: observation 's message, "Rules in the WR are not "quite different" they are the same as what is elsewhere. They can't change rules, they can add things, but can't change. They followed the MidAtlantic region with having 3 firsts to move to OC, not all that different, is it? MidAmerica has other additions, too, don't see MidAm posters identifying themselves like WR" on 21:36:56 06/09/17 Fri

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  • I believe the biggest difference is that dancers must move up immediately upon receiving the required first(s) in all levels, they cannot stay for the entire year. That is a pretty big difference from all other regions. (NT) -- -, 16:05:43 06/10/17 Sat
  • Hardly at all. Most who get their firsts, esp in MidAt do so over two years, and they, too would have to move immediately. WR comps are so much smaller and so they can accommodate sets, unlike the comps in MidAt region. To run sets for PC would go on forever. (NT) -- observation, 17:37:22 06/10/17 Sat

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