PHOTOS: Center Hosts Ladies Who Line Dance

The classes, which usually feature about twenty dance students, have been going on at San Clemente Presbyterian Church for about a month.

From the shuffle to the rumba, Mel Branham has taught it all for 20 years, and he's just started teaching his line dancing class Tuesday afternoons at the Community Resource Center of San Clemente.

The organization provides social and fitness activities to community members, like Branham's dance class, and also acts as a hub for social and mental health services.

Located at San Clemente Presbyterian Church, the CRCSC is a "faith-based, not for-profit organization committed to providing access to activities, programs and services that enhance the lives of individuals of all ages and families residing in the community of San Clemente," according to its website.

suzanne ansari July 25, 2012 at 06:34 PM
The "Dance 4 Health" Class is open to all ages and levels of dancers. Beginners are encouraged to attend. No dance partners required! The class meets every Tuesday from 12:30-2:30pm. For more information contact Mel Branham at 714-803-0250


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