Retirement homes are often thought of to be places where senior citizens go and spend the rest of their lives alone without any friends or family. However, for a retirement home in Bowling Green, Kentucky, this is not the case. Bowling Green Retirement Village is the home of young-hearted old folks who have built a community within their small living quarters. To keep things fun, residents often throw small parties that include music, dancing and wine.
Baun and Lucinda Everly received the honor of being named king and queen of the Valentine's Day dance. Their reward was a pair of monkeys and a chance to hold hands.
Hal Brown, left, and her husband, Pat, enjoy their first dance since Hal was released from the hospital.
Paul and Christabelle Pruitt, residents of Bowling Green Retirement Village, didn't let their age keep them from enjoying the honor of also being crowned king and queen of the Valentine's Day dance.
Priscilla Kuehn, a resident of Bowling Green Retirement Village, takes a break from dancing but still sways to the music.
Over 20 people attended the dance, including members of the residents' families who came to share the special occasion.
Each resident received a rose when they entered the dance hall.
Two of the party-goers practice their dance moves before heading to the dance floor.