By Sherris Moreira-Byers
Herald Staff Writer
Some people in Grove City want to put up a historical marker to a woman who has taught others to dance for decades in Grove City.
Recently, markers have cropped up in the downtown area honoring those who have contributed to Grove City. A 65-year- old Pine Township man wants to honor his former dance teacher, and is raising money to purchase a marker.
"I can't remember a time when Dotty did not have her dance studio on Broad Street," said Edward Carlson, referring to Dotty Stewart McGill, who owns Dotty Stewart McGill School of Dance at 214 S. Broad Street. He and other former students are trying to raise about $5,000 to purchase the marker.
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