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Bel Air, MD

Contributed by MAGICTAINMENT, an ePodunk user.

August 1, 2007

 Natives of Harford County, David Breth & I (Lindy Scarborough) have seen a few changes over the years!
I miss seeing Betsy the cow, the Blue Bell Restaurant, the old movie theater on Main Street, Richardson's Drug Store, Woolworth's and The Bel Air Bowl! As much as I miss these icons of the old Harford County we embrace the changes which have occurred over the years.
Being fortunate enough to travel to many countries, we both still live in Harford County. Why? Several reasons. Family, close to DC, Philly, N.Y. & our business MAGICTAINMENT. David & I began our entertainment business 3 years ago.
Harford County has ALWAYS been supportive when it comes to the arts. So, we would like to thank everyone who has allowed us to entertain them with our magic, comedy & illusion. We travel frequently, however, will always have time to perform for our hometown!
Thank You For All Your Support!
Magically Yours
Dave & Lindy
WWW.MAGICTAINMENTSHOW.COM
443.490.1334


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