From left,  Samantha Hillegass follows Teresa Lambert, known as “Peanut,” as she leads Jim Barringer and his wife, Brenda Barringer, on how to dance “The Electric Slide” during the Cabarrus Active Living and Parks Department’s beginners line dance class at the Cabarrus County Senior Center, Concord. Lambert has been teaching the class at the center for 20 years.
From left, Samantha Hillegass follows Teresa Lambert, known as “Peanut,” as she leads Jim Barringer and his wife, Brenda Barringer, on how to dance “The Electric Slide” during the Cabarrus Active Living and Parks Department’s beginners line dance class at the Cabarrus County Senior Center, Concord. Lambert has been teaching the class at the center for 20 years. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE
From left, Samantha Hillegass follows Teresa Lambert, known as “Peanut,” as she leads Jim Barringer and his wife, Brenda Barringer, on how to dance “The Electric Slide” during the Cabarrus Active Living and Parks Department’s beginners line dance class at the Cabarrus County Senior Center, Concord. Lambert has been teaching the class at the center for 20 years. MARTY PRICE MARTY PRICE

Programs help to keep seniors moving

September 01, 2015 09:54 AM