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U.S. Olympic Figure Skater Star Caydee Denney from Ocala Ready For Meet & Greets In Tallahassee And Ocala

By on April 12th, 2010

Ocala’s very own olympic figure skater, Caydee Denney is keeping busy even after this year’s games in Vancouver. Today (Tuesday) she will be making a trip to Tallahassee to meet with Governor Charlie Crist and members of the Senate and House of Representatives. Following her trip to the state capitol today (Tuesday) she’ll next head to the downtown Ocala square at noon on Wednesday to be welcomed by the Ocala mayor. The community is encouraged to attend. Danielle Birney talked with the 16 year old about what she has been doing since and her plans for the future.

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