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RENSSELAER, N.Y. -- Line dancing for a cure; it's a new way to support the Susan G. Komen Foundation in the fight against breast cancer.
Supporters came out to form the longest line dance ever in the Capital Region. It was put together by the group "Rensselaer City Texans" in honor of a city native, who now lives in the Lonestar State.
Amy Hulett is now undergoing treatment after being diagnosed with the disease back in May.
"It's very overwhelming, the support makes you realize what home is after you've been gone so many years that the people are still. This is home. This is family. This is special,” said Amy Hulett, event honoree.
"She's doing excellent. She's almost done with her chemo, and her prognosis is very very good. Thanks to all the research from Susan G. Komen, so we want to support that 100 percent,” said Anna Knowles, City Texans President.
Knowles says she's pleased with all the support from Rensselaer City and hopes to make this an annual event.