Having a Ball

A twirling pack of boomers is competing on the ballroom floor

Some couples golf together. Some play tennis. And some, like Terry Viney, 62, and his wife Leilani, 51, dance--and by dancing, we're not talking about the occasional night out. Terry, a strategic-planning consultant, and Leilani, a dietitian, spend 20 hours a week taking lessons and rehearsing the waltz, fox trot, tango and quickstep. They hone their moves so they can participate in about 10 different ballroom-dancing competitions a year. It's an endeavor that costs $6,000 annually, mostly spent on travel and numerous gowns and tuxedos that have been hand stitched for their outings. They have even built a 20-ft. by 30-ft....

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