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Belly dancers, singers help raise money for Hart

Posted: December 19, 2012 - 12:27am
Meggan Denny-Shepard performs a tribal style belly dance with a scimitar last Friday night at "A Starry Yule" event in the Blue Room in the Yesterday's Gone Building in Brainerd. The Vespertine tribal dance program is a newly founded Tribal Belly Dance Troupe from Brainerd, based at the Elemental Studio in the Franklin Art Center.  For more photos go to spotted.brainerdispatch.com.
Meggan Denny-Shepard performs a tribal style belly dance with a scimitar last Friday night at "A Starry Yule" event in the Blue Room in the Yesterday's Gone Building in Brainerd. The Vespertine tribal dance program is a newly founded Tribal Belly Dance Troupe from Brainerd, based at the Elemental Studio in the Franklin Art Center. For more photos go to spotted.brainerdispatch.com.

Dancers from Vespertine Tribal presented “A Starry Yule Show” at the Blue Room located in the Yesterday’s Gone building in Brainerd Friday night. The tribal belly dancers, along with performers Seth Doud, Brendan Flynn, Doc Brently, Jennie and Phil Tulenchik, Will Denny, Lakesha Novicky and Jeremy Olson donated their talents and raised $400 for the Heartland Animal Rescue Team.

The family-friendly event featured the belly dancers and area singing talent throughout the night for the benefit of the animal shelter.