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GALLERY: The Speez-Acts

- The Speez-Acts, a husband and wife juggling and dance team, performed at the AARP Chapter 3221’s monthly meeting on May 3. Mike and Chris Spisak, above, offered fast-paced entertainment to keep their audience on the edge of their seats. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
The Speez-Acts, a husband and wife juggling and dance team, performed at the AARP Chapter 3221’s monthly meeting on May 3.  Mike and Chris Spisak, above, offered fast-paced entertainment to keep their audience on the edge of their seats. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
- Mike Spisak shows off his juggling skills. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
Mike Spisak shows off his juggling skills. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
- The Spisaks work solo and as a team. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
The Spisaks work solo and as a team. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
- The Spisaks work solo and as a team. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
The Spisaks work solo and as a team. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
- Chris Spisak entertains the AARP crowd with colored ribbons. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic
Chris Spisak entertains the AARP crowd with colored ribbons. Photo by Lillian DeDomenic

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By Norwin Star
Thursday, May 17, 2012, 10:52 a.m.
 

The Speez-Acts, a husband and wife juggling and dance team, performed at the AARP Chapter 3221's monthly meeting on May 3. Mike and Chris Spisak offered fast-paced entertainment to keep their audience on the edge of their seats.

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