Harold Dyson, an avid square dance caller and dancer for many years (seated in middle), with Sarah Dellinger (kneeling to his right), Lower Cape Fear Hospice Mercy Care’s community outreach coordinator for Horry County, are surrounded at Kingston Nursing Center by members of the Grand Strand Strutters and Round Dance Club. The entourage fulfilled his wish to attend and participate in a square dance one more time.
Harold Dyson, an avid square dance caller and dancer for many years (seated in middle), with Sarah Dellinger (kneeling to his right), Lower Cape Fear Hospice Mercy Care’s community outreach coordinator for Horry County, are surrounded at Kingston Nursing Center by members of the Grand Strand Strutters and Round Dance Club. The entourage fulfilled his wish to attend and participate in a square dance one more time. Courtesy photo
Harold Dyson, an avid square dance caller and dancer for many years (seated in middle), with Sarah Dellinger (kneeling to his right), Lower Cape Fear Hospice Mercy Care’s community outreach coordinator for Horry County, are surrounded at Kingston Nursing Center by members of the Grand Strand Strutters and Round Dance Club. The entourage fulfilled his wish to attend and participate in a square dance one more time. Courtesy photo

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