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Prime Time: 'The sheriff' brings line dancers to nursing homes

Frank LaFave and Linda Koslow step to the music as residents of the St. Peter’s Nursing  and rehabilitation Center in Albany look on in this photo from a past show. (Photo supplied)
Frank LaFave and Linda Koslow step to the music as residents of the St. Peter’s Nursing and rehabilitation Center in Albany look on in this photo from a past show. (Photo supplied)
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All it took was one country-themed cruise and Frank LaFave was on his way to becoming a dance floor cowboy. The 66-year-old Waterford resident, hopped aboard a ship sailing out of Miami in 1993 with his wife, Linda, and has been kicking up his heels ever since. "It's great exercise. I've always liked music and dance," he said. "It's better than going to the gym and working out. It's a fun atmosphere and a great ...


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