Denise Lynch, center left, and Mary Keller, center right, both of Sun City Hilton Head, dance along  the other members of the Sun City Celtic Traditions, during their performance at the seventh Annual Beaufort Celtic Festival on Feb. 22 at ARTworks in Beaufort.
Denise Lynch, center left, and Mary Keller, center right, both of Sun City Hilton Head, dance along the other members of the Sun City Celtic Traditions, during their performance at the seventh Annual Beaufort Celtic Festival on Feb. 22 at ARTworks in Beaufort. Staff photo
Denise Lynch, center left, and Mary Keller, center right, both of Sun City Hilton Head, dance along the other members of the Sun City Celtic Traditions, during their performance at the seventh Annual Beaufort Celtic Festival on Feb. 22 at ARTworks in Beaufort. Staff photo

Sun City Celtic Traditions find happiness, fitness in Irish dance + video

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