Above, John and Gloria Coronas greet each other in the circle during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14)

Left, Instructors Carol Hart and Jane Vann-Bryan lead the class in dance during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14)
Above, John and Gloria Coronas greet each other in the circle during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14) Left, Instructors Carol Hart and Jane Vann-Bryan lead the class in dance during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14) bahbeck@mercedsunstar.com
Above, John and Gloria Coronas greet each other in the circle during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14) Left, Instructors Carol Hart and Jane Vann-Bryan lead the class in dance during the Dance for Parkinson’s class at the Multi-Cultural Arts Center in Merced Tuesday. (5-13-14) bahbeck@mercedsunstar.com

Merced dance class helps people with Parkinson’s

May 15, 2014 7:45 PM

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