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Shagging with the Stars to return to North Myrtle Beach

Stars and Instructors meeting at Pine Lake Tavern(Source: Chris Cavender) Stars and Instructors meeting at Pine Lake Tavern(Source: Chris Cavender)

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – The Beth Mitchell Memorial Scholarship, organized through the National Shag Dance Championships, will hold its Shagging with the Stars Competition, on January 29, at 8:00 p.m., at the Spanish Galleon in North Myrtle Beach.

The purpose of the event is to raise money for scholarship awards to give to deserving students.

The female competitors are:

  • Patsy Kelly - WBTW News Anchor with Pro Jason Cagle
  • Virginia Beckham - Appraiser – Beckham Appraisers with Pro Jackson Batten
  • Jenna Dukes – Pharmacist with Pro Jeff Hargett
  • Jessica Smith – Horry Georgetown Tech Foundation with Pro Bill Barber
  • Debbie Wilfong – St. Andrews Catholic School with Pro Austin Pope
  • Dr. Jilian Sansbury – Grand Strand General Hospital with Pro Scott Campbell

The male competitors are:

  • Corporal Chris Smith – Myrtle Beach Police Department with Pro Jada Bannen
  • Representative Greg Duckworth - SC House of Representatives with Pro Tobitha Stewart
  • Jason Greene – Iraq War Veteran with Pro Donna Hosaflook
  • Reverend Cam Thomas – Youth Director/Associate Minister of First Presbyterian Church with Pro Mott Free
  • Dr. Billy Pournaras – Cosmetic Dentist with Pro Holly Cagle
  • Tommy Moore – Myrtle Beach Fire Department with Pro Krystal Bravo
  • Mike Anderson – Executive Director of the Regional Sports Alliance Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce with Pro Mandy Roberts

The cost is $20 per person at the door and limited Grand Strand seating is $30 per person in advance.

For more details, visit www.shagnationals.com.

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