the Liners always take time out to recognize those in need of prayer and praise God for His healing.

On Tuesday, September 30, 2014, eleven ladies met at the First Baptist Church in Wedowee to line dance and the Randolph County Liners were born. In May of 2015, the Liners moved practice to the fellowship hall at Wedowee First United Methodist Church rather than miss five weeks of practice because of VBS and floor refinishing. In January 2017, a Monday class was started for beginners. Currently classes are Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30 – 11:00 AM. 

In addition to the weekly practices, the Randolph County Liners perform for the residents at Williamsburg Manor, Traylor’s Nursing Home, NHC Place and Ava Hills. They usually dance two places each month. The Liners also participate in community events. They have performed at Woodland Founder’s Day Celebration, Fredonia Heritage Day and The Over-the-Hill Review. They can also be seen dancing anywhere there is music playing. 

Since 2014, the number of participants has increased to around 45 men and women. In addition to line dancing for fun and exercise the Liners always take time out to recognize those in need of prayer and praise God for His healing. The Liners are members of different denominations but they are united in their love for Christ. Line dancing with the Randolph County Liners is more than just dancing.