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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS at 10:30 a.m. at Mad Donnas 1313 Woodland Street 37206


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CLASS AT 6 p.m. sharp! 5000 Linbar Drive 37211 Suite 250-American Contractors!






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