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Dec. 26, 2022

Random Shorts 2022: Nancy James on the Happy Crowd and Claremont's sense of community.

Random Shorts 2022: Nancy James on the Happy Crowd and Claremont's sense of community.

The Random Shorts series is an effort to post the several short but enjoyable interviews that, unfortunately, had to be temporarily set aside (not forgotten) due to life, time and scheduling constraints. 

As everyone was leaving the Happy Crowd's last concert, likable and witty Nancy James accepted the invitation from our roving interviewer to take the mic.  She briefly discusses how much she and her family enjoyed the Happy Crowd that night and over the years, where she's from and what brought her family here, and then opined on her favorite of Claremont's many great qualities.   

Listen and enjoy the brief but sparkling repartee with Nancy, who was so casual and friendly as to leave one wanting to hear more.  Nancy - you're welcome back any time.

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