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Love of Costuming Leads to Career for Former Augusta Dancer

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Ken Busbin’s five years living in Augusta in the 1990s had a profound impact on his life and career.

He recently returned to the area to put the final touches on costumes for Colton Ballet Co.’s 50th anniversary production of “The Nutcracker.”

“They were so professional and nurturing. And the...

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