Gary Larsen has been’s 1st Featured Fellow Clogger. He has been honored for a variety of reasons: first, he has been someone has always respected as an amazing clogger and folk dancer; second, he is the new folk dance director at BYUIdaho, where he will share his clogging and folk dance expertise with students and many others all over the world; third, he has been a great instructor at BYU in Provo, Utah, where he not only taught clog dancing, but also specialized in a variety of percussive dances including African Gumboot, Hungarian, Ukrainian and many others; finally, Gary is a Featured Fellow Clogger not only because he knows how to shake his feet, but also because he has dedicated hours and hours, years and years, to studying and researching the clogging history and culture as it started and as it is today. Thanks for all you do Gary! ClogOn!

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