Sassy Classics dance troupe members (rear, l-r) Linda McKinney, 68, Shirley Dimond, 87, Sharon Norton, 75, Wendy Johnson, 72, Carole Guld, 80, and Joyce Rothchild, 75, (front, l-r) Noela Woodall, 72, Gerry Bowles, 69, Felicia Baldwin, 81, and Andrea Gardner, 76. The group has been performing together for more than 12 years, with their youngest member being 68 and the oldest 87. They perform about 25-30 shows all year long, but incorporate festive numbers around Christmas. The ladies recently performed five different numbers, with five costume changes, at a local senior living center in Raleigh.
Sassy Classics dance troupe members (rear, l-r) Linda McKinney, 68, Shirley Dimond, 87, Sharon Norton, 75, Wendy Johnson, 72, Carole Guld, 80, and Joyce Rothchild, 75, (front, l-r) Noela Woodall, 72, Gerry Bowles, 69, Felicia Baldwin, 81, and Andrea Gardner, 76. The group has been performing together for more than 12 years, with their youngest member being 68 and the oldest 87. They perform about 25-30 shows all year long, but incorporate festive numbers around Christmas. The ladies recently performed five different numbers, with five costume changes, at a local senior living center in Raleigh. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Sassy Classics dance troupe members (rear, l-r) Linda McKinney, 68, Shirley Dimond, 87, Sharon Norton, 75, Wendy Johnson, 72, Carole Guld, 80, and Joyce Rothchild, 75, (front, l-r) Noela Woodall, 72, Gerry Bowles, 69, Felicia Baldwin, 81, and Andrea Gardner, 76. The group has been performing together for more than 12 years, with their youngest member being 68 and the oldest 87. They perform about 25-30 shows all year long, but incorporate festive numbers around Christmas. The ladies recently performed five different numbers, with five costume changes, at a local senior living center in Raleigh. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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