Julie Wallace worked with Alivia Rhodes, 3, as other members of the under-6 crowd did gymnastics last month at The Little Gym of Lexington East.
Julie Wallace worked with Alivia Rhodes, 3, as other members of the under-6 crowd did gymnastics last month at The Little Gym of Lexington East.
Julie Wallace worked with Alivia Rhodes, 3, as other members of the under-6 crowd did gymnastics last month at The Little Gym of Lexington East.

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September 13, 2011 12:00 AM

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