Cathey Franklin gives a clogging demonstration Wednesday night before leading a class on the dance at St. John's United Methodist Church in downtown Rock Hill. Franklin is former director of the Carolina Classic Cloggers, a performance team. The clogging instruction will continue from 7:30 to 9 p.m. this Wednesday at the church. The cost is a $3 donation to the new children's and youth building. The class is open to both beginning and experienced dancers. The church has offered past instruction on several different types of dances. For details, call Pat, 980-4000.
Cathey Franklin gives a clogging demonstration Wednesday night before leading a class on the dance at St. John's United Methodist Church in downtown Rock Hill. Franklin is former director of the Carolina Classic Cloggers, a performance team. The clogging instruction will continue from 7:30 to 9 p.m. this Wednesday at the church. The cost is a $3 donation to the new children's and youth building. The class is open to both beginning and experienced dancers. The church has offered past instruction on several different types of dances. For details, call Pat, 980-4000.
Cathey Franklin gives a clogging demonstration Wednesday night before leading a class on the dance at St. John's United Methodist Church in downtown Rock Hill. Franklin is former director of the Carolina Classic Cloggers, a performance team. The clogging instruction will continue from 7:30 to 9 p.m. this Wednesday at the church. The cost is a $3 donation to the new children's and youth building. The class is open to both beginning and experienced dancers. The church has offered past instruction on several different types of dances. For details, call Pat, 980-4000.

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