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I'm with a clogging group - SUn Coast Cloggers - and we would like to perform for your festival in October. You can call me at 941-920-1922 or e mail me at cloggingpope@aol.com My name is Lynn Pope

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Lynn, I don't think you reached the right place. This is AOL Answers; it's a community Q & A site and not a festival group. If you want to edit your question to give the name of the festival maybe someone could help you find their contact information. If you do that, maybe you should also edit out your phone number. There are a lot of strange people online and it's probably not a good idea for them to have your personal contact information.

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