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Qigong at Colton Country Days

Master Andrea Malik, of Forest Spirit Martial Arts and Qigong, leads a Chinese exercise class that includes movement with body-posture, breathing, and meditation, during the Colton Country Days on Wednesday. The festival runs through Sunday, July 21. For a schedule of events visit https://bit.ly/2LNnRlX . NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.

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