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December 17, 2004

Bainbridge - Members of the Decatur County senior center twisted away today to the music of Windsor Swing a "semi-retired" couple who recently moved to Bainbridge. They say the point of the show was to prove that life is still fun in your golden years.

Director Sandra Harrell says, "Today we're having our Windsor-swing here at the Decatur County senior's center. These people have volunteered to come here and put on a show for us today."

Eileen Parker of Windsor Swing says, "Over 40, it's downhill, but what a ride! It's fabulous and you've just got to make the most of everyday. Life's clock is ticking by, so get out there and enjoy yourselves."

Windsor Swing performed for free, saying it was their gift to the city of Bainbridge for being so hospitable to them.

posted at 4:22 PM by karen.collier@walb.com

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