Nancy Haskell, a patient of MaineGeneral’s Alzheimer’s Care Center in Gardiner, boogies under a bridge of outstretched arms during a recent dance with the kids from the Gardiner Boys & Girls Club. This was the kids’ second visit. They had come to paint flower pots and plant pansies as a community service project. They had such a fun time, they wanted to come again.


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