Boot Scootin’, Grady County’s line dancers, put on a Christmas show for Grace Living Centers residents on Monday afternoon.
The group scooted their boots to holiday favorites such as “Christmas in New York City” and “Jingle Bell Rock,” the latter drawing applause and an anticipation-tinged “uh oh” from the audience.
Country music meets Christmas was reflected in the dancers’ outfits as well.
The two-steppers wore cowboy hats topped with Santa hats-some of them glitzed out in purple or pink sequins-with their Boot Scootin’ shirts.
Punch and refreshments were served to the residents by Grace Living Center staff as they enjoyed the performance.
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