Sugarfoot Family Cloggers
The Sugarfoot Family Cloggers
are from around Volusia and Flagler counties (Daytona Beach) in Florida.
I am Barbara Cook, I am the director of Sugarfoot Family Cloggers and the webmaster of our site. I have been an Florida Clogging Council Instructor since 2005 and I am also a Certified Clogging Instructor from The National Clogging Organization, Inc.. (CLOG).
I am FCC (Florida Clogging Council) Treasurer, Past President and webmaster of Florida Clogging Council website. If you live in Florida please come join FCC we would love to have you in our clogging family.
We hope that you enjoy our website and come visit us while you are in town visiting or if you live here come on down. We would live to have you clog with us.
Fran Tellor is our Beginners Instructor and our co-director for Sugarfoot Family Cloggers. She has been clogging for over 30 years and is a Florida Clogging Council Instructor and has the website called 'Clogging 101'.
Please check it out after surfing our site, as it is very helpful for beginners. Have fun clogging we do. Hope to see you in class. Stop in any time form 5:30 to 6:30 beginners and 6:30 to 8:30 regular clogging.
Marge Callahan was the original instructor who gave birth to the Sugarfoot Family Cloggers. Diana Allen was the next director of the group, after she left Mary Chewning was director.
Christmas music (routines) we clog to during the parades.
Peppermint Stick Parade
Swinging Home for Christmas (we use
Old Time Rock and Roll routine to this song)
Rocking Around the Christmas Tree (we use Old Time Rock and Roll routine to this song)
We Need A Little Christmas
Have A Holly Jolly Christmas
Other Christmas Routines:
Santa Claus Medley
Santa Claus Medley for parade
WHERE WE CLOG
Central Baptist Church 152 Fairview Ave. Daytona Beach,FL 32114
The church is located at on the north side of the road on Fairview Avenue between US1 and Beach Street. Our group dances for variety of groups and charities.
CLICK HERE FOR CLOGGING ROUTINES
Some cue sheets may have a video of the routine below it.
How To Tie A Shoe
This was taught to me my a friend well over 10 years ago. While I was clogging my shoe lace kept coming loose. While showing me, she ended up showing others there in class also. It is easy and they do not come loose. But when it is time to untie them you just pull the ends and no knots. It is very easy to learn to tie this way. Enjoy and have a fun and safe time clogging. Barbara
We hope you like our new look. I am trying to add more every week. Last Updated 07-04-2014 12:55pm