WHEN Adine Crow was 85 years old she refused to join an over-60s club, insisting there were too many old people. Just three years earlier she was still playing tennis, and continued to drive until the age of 92. Today (Wednesday) she celebrates her 100th birthday, is as zestful as ever, and is still reputed to dance a mean samba. A party is planned in the company of close friends and relatives at the BUPA Manor House Residential Care Home in Upwood where she lives. Born in Surbiton, Surrey, Mrs Crow was one of four sisters and two brothers. She volunteered as a driver during the Second World War, driving ambulances through the bombing, manoeuvring mobile canteens for people whose homes had been destroyed and chauffeuring cars for army officers.