She was a certified teacher with An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha (The Irish Dancing Commission), IDTANA, and IDTANE, and a former Irish step dancing champion.
What does CLRG stand for?
CLRG stands for Coimisiun Le Rinci (Irish Dancing Commission; Dublin, Ireland)
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- Citizenship Law-Related Education Program for the Schools of Maryland (Baltimore, MD)
- Carriage Return Line Feed
- Center for Law and Religious Freedom (Springfield, VA)
- Child Language Research Forum (conference; Stanford University)
- Cleveland Local Resilience Forum (England, UK)
- Common Laser Range Finder
- Construction Legal Rights Foundation
- Contingent Liability and Rehabilitation Fund (Philippines)
- Company Legislation and Regulatory Framework Committee (Singapore)
- Center for Local and Regional Governance (University of the Philippines)
- Company Law Review Group (Dublin, Ireland)
- Centre for Local and Regional Government Research (UK)
- Central Leather Research Institute (India)
- Child Labor Research Initiative (University of Iowa Center for Human Rights)
- Club Land Rover Ireland (est. 2000)
- Colorado Literacy Research Initiative
- Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes (Rosebery, New South Wales, Australia)
- Commercial Land Resource Information Group
- Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes Queensland (Australia)
- County Land Record Information System (Iowa)
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This led to the creation of the Irish Dancing Commission (An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelachn) in 1929, which is the driving force behind the competitive nature of Irish dancing in the Irish diaspora worldwide (Foley 1988: 89).
A drop in standards can be rectified by the intense competition circuit that has characterized Irish dance since An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha (the Irish Dancing Commission) was founded in 1929.
You go through the grading system run by the Commission [An Coimisiun le Rinci Gaelacha, the Irish Dance Commission] until you reach the championships--All-Ireland, Great Britain, and World.