Classy Tappers dancers Carolyn Vind, left, and Linda Warren-Pelkey practice for their performance at the Mission Oaks Community Center Monday  in Carmichael. After more than 20 years of performances together, the Classy Tappers – a tap-dancing troupe of retirement-age women who give performances at seniors communities – are calling it quits.
Classy Tappers dancers Carolyn Vind, left, and Linda Warren-Pelkey practice for their performance at the Mission Oaks Community Center Monday in Carmichael. After more than 20 years of performances together, the Classy Tappers – a tap-dancing troupe of retirement-age women who give performances at seniors communities – are calling it quits. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Classy Tappers dancers Carolyn Vind, left, and Linda Warren-Pelkey practice for their performance at the Mission Oaks Community Center Monday in Carmichael. After more than 20 years of performances together, the Classy Tappers – a tap-dancing troupe of retirement-age women who give performances at seniors communities – are calling it quits. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

After 25 years together, Sacramento’s Classy Tappers prepare for their final performance

November 25, 2014 07:06 PM