Our Instructors

Eda Stepper

Eda Stepper and her husband, moved to Cape Cod in 1999. That's when she rediscovered the game of Mah Jongg,  the game she had played so many years ago.   She has taught many groups privately. She has also taught through the former Sandwich Community School, and since 2007, the Falmouth Community School.

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Marian Bazarian

Marian Bazarian is a computer specialist working for Falmouth Public Schools in the Information Technology department. Currently, she is also an adjunct professor at Massasoit Community College, where she has taught computer applications in the division of Computer Technology and Information Management for the past 25 years. A graduate from Boston College with a degree in teaching, Marian supplemented her education with a degree in computer science. One of the things she likes best about teaching is the ability to bring experience from the workplace into the classroom, and also to help people discover their own computing potential!

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Kim Benton

Kim Benton Kim Benton has a passion for using music and rhythm to create fun, easy-to-follow and effective choreographed fitness classes.  Kim’s background includes being a member of dance teams throughout her childhood and teen years, and coaching multiple dance teams.  Her instruction experience includes aerobics, water aerobics, Zumba Fitness, country line dancing, and pop line dancing.  Kim believes even those who say they have no coordination can find their rhythm, and she invites you to give a music-and-movement class a try as a part of your health, fitness, and happiness journey.”  Kim holds current certifications in Zumba and has taught fitness...

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Ellen Brodsky

Ellen Brodsky is a lifelong lover of dance. She has studied Jazz, Modern, Belly Dance, Flamenco and Pilates and began with Ballroom for a family wedding. Starting in 1986, Mary French taught Ellen and her husband in Mary’s studio in Cataumet, and when the Arthur Murray Studio opened in Centerville in 1990, Ellen began training as a dance teacher. In 1992 Ellen began teaching at Falmouth Night School, soon expanding to two nights a week. At the Mary French Studio, she continued her apprenticeship and managed the studio for the winter months from 1997 until Mary’s death in 2008. In...

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Patricia Mello

Ms. Mello belongs to numerous estate planning organizations including the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Probate Law Division.  She is also an active member of the National Academy of Elder Attorneys.  The Academy is a professional association of lawyers who are dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to the elderly.  Ms. Mello applies these goals in her everyday practice.  Ms. Mello’s formal education includes a Bachelor of Science degree, a Masters of Business Administration, and a Juris Doctorate.

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