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Step at a Time

Tuesday January 19, 2021

"I put on the shoes and did a short routine. His eyes bugged out, and when I closed with a vertical leap and a click of the heels before touching down, his jaw dropped to the floor. It was by no means a world-class performance but It was my proudest Parkie Moment." Read more about Brian Supalla, from his new role as a support group leader to his recent, budding skill: step dancing!

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