An annual spring break tradition involving a group of dancing firefighters is back and delighting beachgoers in Southwest Florida. The Greater Cincinnati Firefighters have returned to Fort Myers Beach for their yearly variety show.
The group's popular performances have been a spring break staple for years. All the money raised by the group goes toward a good cause.
For the last five years, the Araba Shriners of Southwest Florida has been the crew's charity of choice.
And the firemen have been burning up the dance floor every day while collecting donations from the crowd. They'll perform every day at 1:30 p.m. through March 15th at the Lani Kai Island Resort.