"We're masters of shag!" said Jan Schuda, left, as she and her husband, Steve, got the hang of the state dance of South Carolina during an introductory class at the Hilton Head Island branch of the Beaufort County Library on Monday afternoon.
"We're masters of shag!" said Jan Schuda, left, as she and her husband, Steve, got the hang of the state dance of South Carolina during an introductory class at the Hilton Head Island branch of the Beaufort County Library on Monday afternoon.
"We're masters of shag!" said Jan Schuda, left, as she and her husband, Steve, got the hang of the state dance of South Carolina during an introductory class at the Hilton Head Island branch of the Beaufort County Library on Monday afternoon.

When in South Carolina, one should learn to shag dance

August 30, 2010 7:24 PM

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