Dancing Grannies perform for 1st time since attack
Dancing Grannies perform for the first time since Waukesha attack
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- The return of the Milwaukee St. Patrick's Day parade meant the city is turning a page, but for one of the dance groups it marked an entirely new chapter."We're going to survive and we're going to do this," said Jean Knutson, a member of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies.
- "Everyone is just keeping us going and keeping us motivated to keep moving forward."Three members and a volunteer with the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies died in the Waukesha Christmas Parade attack nearly four months ago
- Since then, the surviving members brought on nearly 20 new "Grannies in Training."“I just feel really proud to be able to walk along with them," said Judy Brunette, one of the women joining the group
- MILWAUKEE — The return of the Milwaukee St. Patrick's Day parade meant the city is turning a page, but for one of the dance groups it marked an entirely new chapter.
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