Panama City-- Several women in Panama City may know a little bit more about the importance of staying healthy after attending Gulf Coast Medical Center's first annual day of dance.
Hundreds of women came out to the Holley Academic Center at the Panama City FSU campus Saturday.
Women of all ages took part in aerobic classes from spinning to zumba. Attendees also had the chance to check their glucose levels and blood pressure as well receive advice on how to stay healthy.
Day of dance is a national event put on throughout the country to make women more aware of how important it is to take care of your health.
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