This is the web site and home page of USA Dance Chapter 2094. Most of our events are held in the grand upper ballroom of Milan Township Hall in Milan, Ohio 44846.
We are a local chapter of a non-profit national organization that encourages self-expression through ballroom dancing, socially as well as competitively.
We believe that our focus on ballroom dancing contributes to the mental and physical aspects of well-being....... in short, it's good for your body, heart, mind and spirit!
Our mission is to improve the quality and quantity of ballroom dancing in the United States, by making dance happen locally.*
Chapter 2094 dances take place on the third Saturday every month:
Photos and videos at https://www.facebook.com/UsaDanceSanduskyChapter2094/
The 2019-2020 board consists of
Duane Mills, president & acting treasurer
Doyt Echelberger, vice president
Loretta Majoy, secretary
For more information or questions, use the CONTACT page to email an officer, or
call our chapter president (Duane Mills)
In case it is necessary to cancel or change the date or location of an event, because of some unforeseen issue, the home page will announce details. Notice will also be sent to the email list, and a notice displayed on the chapter Facebook page.
This link opens our Facebook page:
The following link opens the USA Dance national web page:
On the National Website, click on the MEMBERSHIP menu to download and print a membership application, to start a new membership or renew an existing one. Or call Duane and he will bring you a form and help you fill it out! 419-929-1114
*USA DANCE chapters create dance opportunities locally by organizing affordable social dances, dance lessons, exhibitions and workshops. Chapter members often present dance education and live demonstrations at senior centers, nursing/retirement homes, schools, shopping malls, and other public places, while striving to educate the public regarding the health and social benefits of ballroom dancing. The goal of each chapter is to serve the national mission on a grassroots level, as a leader and motivator for ballroom dance activities in the community, colleges and schools.