Older Americans month ends today, an annual celebration launched in 1963 that honors older people for all they do for their families, communities and society. According to the federal Administration on Aging, nearly 40 million people in the U.S. were 65 and older in 2009 -- about 12 percent of the population. That figure will rise to 19 percent in 2030.

In honor of Older Americans Month, the Ohio Department of Aging sponsored a photo project, asking people to complete the line "never too old to..." They shared the results with Huff/Post50. Check out some of the entries in our slideshow below -- and then submit your own! Email us at SayItOnHuffPost50@huffingtonpost.com.

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  • Have A 'Ride Of The Valkyries'

    Submitted by Timothy Schluter.

  • Enjoy The Companionship Of A Horse

    Submitted by Connie Springer.

  • Fall In Love With Your Favorite Thing

    Submitted by Preble County Council on Aging.

  • Party Like A Rock Star

    Submitted by Katie Chivington.

  • Have A Good Swing

    Submitted by Melanie Ayotte.

  • Cheer On The Hometown Team On Opening Day

    Submitted by Cincinnati Area Senior Services.

  • Play Guitar For Your Friends

    Submitted by Preble County Council on Aging.

  • Show The Hill Who's Boss!

    Submitted by Janie Woodbury.

  • Travel Around The World

    Submitted by Martha Gillespie.

  • Share Your Love Of Books

    Submitted by Preble County Council on Aging.

  • Dance At Graceland

    Submitted by Karen Miller.


    Submitted by Jeanne Siegel.


    Submitted by Preble County Council on Aging.

  • Ride The Mother Of All Roller Coasters

    Submitted by Paul Thomas Reynolds.

  • Be A Fierce Competitor

    Submitted by Sandy Scott.

  • Dance At Your Grandson's Wedding

    Submitted by Lori Frase.

  • Earn Your High School Diploma

    Submitted by Mount Alverna Village.

  • Be The Prom King and Queen!

    Submitted by Preble County Council on Aging.

  • Run A Race

    Submitted by Julia Grant.

  • Take To The Air!

    Submitted by Vicki Abbott.