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Singer and dancer, Dandara, performed with Beira Mar Brazil at the Brazilian Carnival and led the audience in traditional Brazilian dance and song. Clark Kampfe.

Singer and dancer, Dandara, performed with Beira Mar Brazil at the Brazilian Carnival and led the audience in traditional Brazilian dance and song. Clark Kampfe.

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  1. Babajide says:

    Hi Patrick,Thanks for the email. How is your health? There have so many wrkoers who are having health issues, I hope you are not one of them. Do you know of others who worked on the cleanup?Merle

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