Boulder, CO -- The wrinkles in her face faded behind her smile as Margaret Leone danced to the tunes she knew by heart from her youth. She was one of many who were cast back to their younger years last Sunday, at the Circle of Care  " Generations United "  Pasta Party  and Swing Dance held at Williams Village on the CU Campus. The event was hosted by Circle of Care and "Will Vill" students and music was provided by the wonderful Tuturu Jazz Band. The event brought together over 75 people ranging in age from 19- 100 to share a meal, a dance, and a memory. Special thanks to Pasta Jay's and Whole Food Market and Amante Coffee for their kind support The decades of difference in age disappeared as everyone got to know one another and the dancing ensued. This is  just  one event of many for Circle of Care, a nonprofit organization dedicated to keeping older adults engaged and connected to the community and all its resources by providing safe rides, companionship, tickets, scholarships and events.  To find out more about Circle of Care visit www.circleofcareproject.org or email office@circleofcareproject.org.  You can also follow us on Facebook!

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