“It started out as a small group of ladies who enjoyed getting together and hula-hooping,” said High Falls Hoopers for Humanity member Chiara Herman, a pre-school teacher and mother. “It’s a great form of exercise, and we liked being able to practice together and to teach each other moves. Eventually we started having little potluck dinners afterwards. It was just a fun time . . .
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