Participants take part in a tap-dancing class at the Cary Senior Center on Thursday. The Cary Town Council plans to appoint members to serve on an Aging Issues Task Force to come up with ideas to better serve the town’s growing senior population.
Participants take part in a tap-dancing class at the Cary Senior Center on Thursday. The Cary Town Council plans to appoint members to serve on an Aging Issues Task Force to come up with ideas to better serve the town’s growing senior population. twanbaugh@newsobserver.com
Participants take part in a tap-dancing class at the Cary Senior Center on Thursday. The Cary Town Council plans to appoint members to serve on an Aging Issues Task Force to come up with ideas to better serve the town’s growing senior population. twanbaugh@newsobserver.com

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July 07, 2014 01:17 PM

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