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Family ham?

Spokane Aerial Performance Arts founder and instructor Sherrie Martin works with Carolyn Kinghorn on Dec. 4 as she attempts an arrow maneuver while hanging upside down on long pieces of silk fabric. (J. Bart Rayniak)
Spokane Aerial Performance Arts founder and instructor Sherrie Martin works with Carolyn Kinghorn on Dec. 4 as she attempts an arrow maneuver while hanging upside down on long pieces of silk fabric. (J. Bart Rayniak)

So, seems my cousin is turning her cartwheels into comedic business sense. Sherrie Martin was never known as the family comic, but as the beautiful girl with ambition and a takes-no-prisoners way with the world. We haven’t seen each other in years, except I do see her on Facebook – hanging upside down and stretched among colorful scarves.

While people ask us when we are 10, 15 and making our way after high school, “What do you want to be?” we really never know where we will end up. At 55, Sherrie has not even come close to hitting her cruising speed. Nice work, cuz.

(S-R archive photo:Spokane Aerial Performance Arts founder and instructor Sherrie Martin works with Carolyn Kinghorn)




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