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Posted: Friday, February 17, 2012 8:51 am | Updated: 11:35 am, Fri Feb 17, 2012.

Who went: Peggy Worland, Kacey Sutton and Melinda Harbin.

Occupation: Worland works in medical records at Lodi Memorial Hospital. Sutton works for Minatree Sign Co. and Harbin is a daycare provider.

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