'Dancing Grannies' Wear Shirts Bearing Names of Their Members Killed in Waukesha Parade Tragedy During Routine
This is their first public appearance since a suspect drove a vehicle through the Waukesha parade route and killed four of their family.
This is their first public appearance since a suspect drove a vehicle through the Waukesha parade route and killed three of their dancing members and one of their husbands.
In honor of the four lost, the troop carried a new sign and wore shirts bearing their names.
The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies started as an exercise class and have been performing dance and pom-pom routines together since 1984.
Even amid their sorrow, the Dancing Grannies linked arms and made crowds smile once again.
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