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Albany dance team to perform for dancers from Lifetime TV show

Dancing Instructor Timothy Gulley with the G.D.T. Girlz Dancing Instructor Timothy Gulley with the G.D.T. Girlz
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany dance team is invited to perform for dancers from a t.v. show.
The G.D.T Girlz will perform during a Meet and Greet with the Dancing Dolls from the Lifetime show "Bring It."
Their coach says the girls have been working hard on different techniques and they hope the performance will give their team more exposure.

“They invited us there,” said Timothy Gulley, Dancing Instructor. “We are ready to bring it and we are ready to come to you live and in color."

They encourage you to attend that performance Saturday in Macon at Northeast Magnet High School.
You can support them by contacting Dancing Instructor, Timothy Gulley, at 229-364-6210.

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