Dot Bunting held a remote controller for the stereo loosely in her hand with her feet pressed together. She stared through her thinly-rimmed glasses critiquing her students' every step.
“I’m strict but loving,” she said. “I’ve tried to retire four or five times. Can’t do it.”
At 91, Dot is a rarity. She’s still teaching the craft she’s practiced for more than eight decades three days per week at the Largo Community Center.