Step out of your box and into a square and discover how much fun square dancing can be! You will meet a wonderful group of people! With all the focus on good physical and mental health today, the search is on to find an exercise that benefits both the mind and body and that is enjoyable over the long term. One answer to that dilemma is square dancing! Not only is it an exercise that increases the heart rate, but it also is an exercise for the mind in that the dancer must remember how to do the movements and keep up with the caller. Once the basic moves are mastered, the square dancer can enjoy dancing anywhere in the world. All square dances, regardless of the country, are called in English. The Hi-Stepper Square Dance Club will be offering square dance lessons through SWOSU Continuing Education starting January 10. The lessons will be held Tuesday evenings this fall in the large aerobics room of the SWOSU Wellness Center from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The first 3 lessons will be free, and $5 each thereafter. Phillip Snider will teach the mainstream square dance moves. He has been square dancing for the last 8 years and has held dancing workshops for the last 2 years. For more information, call Melva Snider at 580-214-0964.