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By Wainwright Jeffers - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Saturday wasn't only a day for those young and in love to show their affection.

It's also a day for the young at heart.

Dozens of Albany area Seniors were treated to a Valentine's day dance at the Hudson Malone Towers in Downtown Albany.

There was food, music, and lots of dancing, as you see there.

Americorps Cadets and Members of the Albany police department sponsored the dance for the seniors.

"We're here to show them that people still care and just because they're elderly that doesn't mean they don't have a life they're still young at heart. We try to come in here and bring the youngness back out," Terrel Stephens, Americorps Cadet.

As you can tell they had a great time.

Terrell Stephens was surprised.

Stephens admits, at first he didn't think the party was going to be as much fun.

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