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The Triple Toe Cloggers are a performance and competition team from Laurinburg, NC. They are made up of three individual teams ranging in ages from 7-18. The Triple Toe Cloggers are an award winning team in North and South Carolina. They have performed at Magic Music Days in Orlando, FL; The Clogging Spectacualar Parade at Disney; Dollywood in TN, and many other places. They are well known locally as well as throughout the state.
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Jessi (Director)- began clogging in 1998 with the Triple Toe Cloggers under the direction of Hope Outlaw. She was a part of the competitive team until she graduated from Scotland High School in 2005. While part of TTC she performed at Magic Music Days at Disney World and at Dollywood in TN.
After high school she attended UNC Pembroke where she is currently enrolled studying Special Education. In 2007 she was given an amazing opportunity to come back to the studio and take the positition as Triple Toe Director. In her first year she took the team to the NC state fair and came home with blue ribbons!
Colleen (Assistant Director) began clogging in 1994 with the Triple Toe Cloggers under the direction of Hope Outlaw. Colleen was on the first Triple Toe team that went to the NC State Fair. She was a part of the competitive team until she graduated from Scotland High School in 2002. While part of TTC she performed at Magic Music Days at Disney World and at Dollywood in TN.
After high school she moved to Greensboro, NC where she attended UNC Greensboro. After taking a year off she was given the most amazing opportunity of taking over the Triple Toe Cloggers. In May 2003, at the age of 19, she became the director of the Triple Toe Cloggers. In 2004 she moved back to Laurinburg to better direct the teams. Under her direction she lead TTC to many first places at the NC State Fair in Raleigh. In 2004 Triple Toe once again was accepted to dance in Disney for the Clogging Spectacular Parade.
In May 2007 Colleen graduated from UNC Pembroke and made the decision to step down from Director to Assistant Director so that she could start a career in Public Relations. She has recently moved to Raleigh, NC but is still very much involved in TTC.