Helen Merentino, 81, leads a class in line dancing at the Cary Senior Center. Merentino’s classes draw more participants than bingo or badminton, table tennis or tai chi.
Helen Merentino, 81, leads a class in line dancing at the Cary Senior Center. Merentino’s classes draw more participants than bingo or badminton, table tennis or tai chi. 2014 N&O FILE PHOTO
Helen Merentino, 81, leads a class in line dancing at the Cary Senior Center. Merentino’s classes draw more participants than bingo or badminton, table tennis or tai chi. 2014 N&O FILE PHOTO

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