Marie Kiesel shag dances with her grandson Jonathan Thornsbury at the Capital City Beach Party at Finlay Park March 26, 2015.
Marie Kiesel shag dances with her grandson Jonathan Thornsbury at the Capital City Beach Party at Finlay Park March 26, 2015. Jeff Blake jblake@thestate.com
Marie Kiesel shag dances with her grandson Jonathan Thornsbury at the Capital City Beach Party at Finlay Park March 26, 2015. Jeff Blake jblake@thestate.com

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