Shimmy Mob Dancers to Perform Saturday in Berkeley Springs

A team of belly dancers will perform on the streets of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia on Saturday May 11, 2024 as part of Shimmy Mob and World Belly Dance Day.

Members of the 2024 Berkeley Springs Shimmy Mob Team. From left to right front row: Jennifer Teeter,
Angela Petry, Adelayna Wilson, Kitty Kauffman-Hall. Middle row: Kim Weaver, Wendy Gallant, Jennifer Boyd, Sandy Long, Shelby Purdy, Jane McCloud, Melissa Davis. Back row: Anita Manor, Cat Fox-Hoffmaster, ‘
Carol Caflisch, Janlee Viands, Donna Crocker,
Debi Giddings, Amy Race, Dalene Middlekauff.
Not pictured: Bernice Herrman, Deb Melancon,
Debbi Mancuso, Laura Falcon, Lisa Kelly,
Maysoon Mays, Tina Badley.

Shimmy Mob is an international dance event that includes thousands of dancers in hundreds of cities around the globe. 

The objective of the event is to raise funds and awareness for domestic abuse survivors.

The Berkeley Springs Shimmy Mob team is led by Bellysima Bellydance instructor Angela Petry.

The Shimmy Mob team will perform on Saturday May 11, 2024 at 12:30 pm in Berkeley Springs State Park at the WVU Extension Master Gardener’s Plant Fair and at 1:30 pm at the Morgan County Courthouse. 

Now in their 12th year, the Berkeley Springs Shimmy Mob team raises money for Stepping Stones to a Brighter Future, a local non-profit that provides financial, emotional and life skills assistance to survivors of domestic violence in Morgan County, West Virginia.

Donations can be made in person at any of the performance venues on May 11. 

Donations can also be made online by visiting Stepping Stones Morgan County and clicking the donate button.

Individuals and businesses interested in supporting the team may call 304-995-5832 for more information.

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