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'''External Links:'''
 
 
[[media:2004 PHX issue1.pdf|Newsletter - issue 1]]
 
 
 
[[media:2004 PHX issue2.pdf|Newsletter - issue 2]]
 
 
 
===External Links===
 
 
*Convention website via [https://web.archive.org/web/20040521053355/http://www.remaketheheatwave.com:80/ archive.org]
 
*Convention website via [https://web.archive.org/web/20040521053355/http://www.remaketheheatwave.com:80/ archive.org]

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21st Annual IAGSDC convention

Dates: 01-05 Jul 2004

Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA

Host hotel/venues: Arizona Biltmore Resort (map) (link)

Hosting club: Desert Valley Squares

Convention committee title: Convention Planners, Inc. and The Desert Valley Squares, Ltd.

Convention committee members: Gordon Macaw, John Faulds, Seth Levine

Calling staff:

Trail-in Dance: Tony Oxendine

Sound staff:

Vendor list:

Fun Badge Tour stops and highlights:

Pre/Post convention events & tours:

Notable Notes and Highlights:

Specialty Tips: (per convention program)

IAGSDC officers:

IAGSDC meeting notes:

Attendance: 952

Attending clubs:

Honky Tonk Queen winner: Lily White and her Spermettes

Golden Boot Award: presented to Ett McAtee by Rick Hawes

10 Year Medallions - Recipients: 47

20 Year Medallions - Recipients: 7

Ephemera:

External Links: