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Posted: Saturday, August 28, 2010 12:00 am

Who: Willis Marzolf, Vickie Marzolf, Jennifer Marzolf, Connie Welch, Miranda Clemings, Samantha Clemings and Sarah Gonzales.

Where: Disney cruise to the Caribbean, Disney-world’s four parks including, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot Center and a trip to Universal Studios Orlando.

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