LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - The Black River Beach Neighborhood Center was filled with the sound of clogging Sunday.
It was part of a clog-a-thon put on by the group ClogJam. Dancers both young and old took part in a workshop, followed by a performance in the afternoon, then beginner cloggers took the floor to learn a few steps. Some of the dancers have been with the group for 14 years as part of a clogging family. "It is just a tremendous amount of fun," says ClogJam teacher Tracy Mullaney, "when you know the verbiage of clogging, any clogger that you meet is instantly your friend, you just have that commonality."
ClogJam performs at festivals and benefits all over the La Crosse area.
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