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Dance students affected with Parkinson's disease, and their caregivers, participate in a dance class led by Isabel Castro at Fleischmann's Park. The class is put on with help from a grant by the United Arts Council's local chapter.

Photo by LIANE EDIXON

Dance students affected with Parkinson's disease, and their caregivers, participate in a dance class led by Isabel Castro at Fleischmann's Park. The class is put on with help from a grant by the United Arts Council's local chapter.

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  • Dance students affected with Parkinson's disease, and their caregivers, participate in a dance class led by Isabel Castro at Fleischmann's Park. The class is put on with help from a grant by the United Arts Council's local chapter.
  • Anne and Tom Timlin participate in a weekly dance class offered by the Parkinson's Association of Southwest Florida and the United Arts Council of Collier County at Fleischmann Park.
  • Jean Williams, 81, marches her arms while being pushed across the dance floor by Parkinson's dance and movement instructor Isabel Castro as other students follow closely behind.
  • Claire and George LaCombe do the tango during a Parkinson's dance and movement class held for suffers and their caregivers by the Parkinson's Association of Southwest Florida with a grant from the United Arts Council of Collier County.
  • Anne and Tom Timlin move to the tango at Fleishmann Park last Tuesday, April 20.
  • Dance instructor Isabel Castro (forefront) leads a class of Parkinson's disease sufferers and their caregivers at Fleischmann Park.

Parkinson’s disease movement therapy only has money through May.

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