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Group spreads holiday cheer to shoppers

Posted at 7:12 PM, Dec 20, 2021

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — If you went to Southpark Mall on Sunday to do some shopping, you might have seen some line dancers from the Thirsty Cowboy.

The group of around 20 danced to multiple popular Christmas songs.

Dance teacher Helen Lahmes said the group raises money for a local veteran organization and just wanted to share the holiday cheer.

"Get into the Christmas spirit and we love to dance and meet people and we really love to dance so we're just happy to be here were thrilled," Lahmes said.

The group offers classes at the Thirsty Cowboy.