Fri, Nov 15, 2019
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photo 5 Program Chair Norb Dudek and presenter and son Mark Dudek speaking on his bagpipe hobby.


Mark Dudek is a very interesting man who one day got the bright idea that he wanted to learn to play the bagpipe. He's mastered "It's a long way to the top" a song by AC/DC and is currently learning other songs. Mark has been asked to perform at Mr. SBA and is currently putting his instrument to use with a local band. He has also been asked to play at several funerals to which he has declined because he feels it might be to depressing. Mark let us know that playing the bagpipe has been a good experience and he's not in it for the money he's in it for the fame.


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