Seniors’ games Saturday in Port-come on down!

  • Feb. 27, 2008 10:00 a.m.

Submitted article–This Saturday, March 1, if you are 50 or over you’re invited to participate, if you’re under 100 years of age you’re invited to watch the 4th All Island Senior Games, in Port Clements 10:00-4:00 March 1st. Any south end participants needing a ride please call before noon on Friday, Feb. 29 to 559-4691 or 559-4209.Events to intrigue or invite or entice you, are; Board type: Cribbage, Sudoko, Yahtzee, Scrabble, Mexican train dominoes, Uno, Baseball. More active: Badminton (we have a BC Senior Games medalist attending), Carpet Bowling, Ping Pong, Darts(bring your own) and Pool (no swimming suits needed!)Extra-special this year is a Mad Hatters contest, create your own masterpiece. For those competitive amongst us, there are 1st, 2nd, 3rds and the Order of the Crowe Trophy, the community prize, is prepared to move to another mantel, currently it lives at the Queen Charlotte Seniors’ room. There’s a point system that includes participation so come on out, play, meet some old friends, make some new ones, enjoy a healthy lunch and maybe some additional snacks for those travelling.Be healthy, support Seniors, if you aren’t one now, you are probably going to be one some day, and do these seniors have great stories to tell. They are fine examples of being part of the whole community.

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