Welcome to Canada’s 11th Annual ALL SENIORS CARE SENIORS GAMES

We will be reliving traditions as the Annual ASC Seniors Games create many wonderful memories for participants each year as they to do some of their favourite things. Over the years, the ASCSG have provided thousands of older adults a week of friendly competition to help stay healthy, active and “Go For Gold!” during the winter months. This year’s event is held at 30 All Seniors Care Living Centres Retirement Residences from February 3rd to 7th, 2020.

“The eleventh annual ASC Seniors Games is looking to become the best ever, our residents have prepared for months, they have been practicing, preparing and are ready for this much anticipated, active and vibrant event to begin,” explains Joshua Kuhl, Senior Executive VP of Operations for All Seniors Care. When asked about this year’s theme, Joshua indicated that; “This year’s theme is Traditions and throughout the week we will be creating music videos inspired by the timeless song – These Are a Few Of My Favourite Things.”

The ASC Seniors Games are the result of planning and hard work by a large team of employees and residents led by Event Planner, Ronna Goldberg and her resident volunteer Chefs du Mission in each building. All events are held indoors with the fun getting underway at around 10:30am each day and featuring a competition, awards ceremony, food and special guests.

Schedule for the week:

Feb 3rd:      Hallway Walk and Roll (wheelchairs, walkers)

Non-competitive dance sport-break dancing
Opening Ceremony and Entertainment  

Feb 4th:      Wii Bowling and Bocce
Feb 5th:      Petanque au Tout, and Billiards or Archery or Darts
Feb 6th:      Ladder Golf and Shuffleboard
Feb 7th:      Jeopardy and a Card or Board Game

For further information, please visit our website at www.allseniorscare.com

For More Information Contact:

Joshua Kuhl, Senior Executive Vice-President of Operations, e-mail jkuhl@allseniorscare.com or call 416.929.1328

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CANADA’S SENIORS PREPARE FOR COMPETITION

Meet our Chefs de Mission, team leaders from across the country that are dedicated to making the 2020 All Seniors Care Seniors Games a wonderful experience for all participants at each of our 30 participating retirement communities. Volunteers from among our residents they are key members of our Games Organizing Committees and serve to create an environment that allows their team to focus on enjoying the competition and achieving personal best performances. Thank you to all our Chefs de Mission for their time, effort and dedication!


Alberta:
Summerwood Village, Sherwood Park, Alberta – Mervyn Hicks
Lewis Estates, Edmonton, Alberta – Kay Wallace and Lorence Myggland
Laurel Heights, Edmonton, Alberta – Lyle Young
Rutherford Heights, Edmonton, Alberta – Annemarie
St. Albert, St. Albert, Alberta – Gwen Laxdal
Auburn Heights, Calgary, Alberta – Helen Smith,  Ed Rehman
Sage Hill, Calgary, Alberta – Lorraine F
MacTaggart Place, Edmonton, Alberta – Willi Viehmann`


Saskatchewan:
College Park I, Regina, Saskatchewan – Amber MacLeod
College Park II, Regina, Saskatchewan – Kay Dielschneider
Preston Park I, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Lenora Schmidt
Preston Park II, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Ruby Hales


Manitoba:
Victoria Landing, Brandon, Manitoba – Pauline Palmer (92)
Seine River, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Laurine Einfeld
Shaftesbury Park, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Laila Dubinsky
River Ridge I, Winnipeg, Manitoba –  Joyce Anderson and Chuck Reynolds
River Ridge II, Winnipeg, Manitoba –  Elizabeth Penner
Sturgeon Creek I, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Pat Thomaschewski
Sturgeon Creek II, Winnipeg, Manitoba – Vera Maher


Ontario:
Beacon Heights, Ottawa, Ontario – Gilles Cormier
Chapel Hill, Ottawa, Ontario – Paulette Joannice
Cité Parkway, Ottawa, Ontario – Pierre Lachance
Cedarcroft Place, Stratford, Ontario – Theresa Theijsmeijer
Courtyards on Eagleson, Kanata, Ontario – Peter Legget
McCarthy Place, Stratford, Ontario – Kevin Moorehead  Evelyn Moorehead


Québec:
Résidences De La Gappe Phase 1, Gatineau, Quebec – Paul Nixon
Résidences De La Gappe Phase 2, Gatineau, Quebec – Andre Matte
Résidences De La Gappe Phases 3 & 4, Gatineau, Quebec – Huguette Mongeon and Madeleine Lambert
Château Symmes, Aylmer, Quebec – Carmel Levesque


Thank you to all our Chefs de Mission for their time, effort and dedication!

For further information, please visit our website at www.allseniorscare.com

For More Information Contact:

Joshua Kuhl, Senior Executive Vice-President of Operations, e-mail jkuhl@allseniorscare.com or call 416.929.1328

How far will you go? Fast or slow doesn’t matter.

Non-Competitive Walking – Walking is good medicine! It builds “staying power” and improves the health of the heart and circulatory system, lowers blood pressure, and reduces the risk of stroke. Even starting with a few minutes of walking per day can get you on the road to improved health. And if you walk on a regular basis, it can significantly improve your quality of life. What better venue for a nice walk in the middle of winter than our hallways. For fun and fitness on the opening day of our Seniors Games we’ve got a full mile marked out for anyone wanting to go the distance (special recognition for the distances completed). With our lively music playing to keep you motivated you may wish to dance your way through the halls! All participants receive a complimentary t-shirt to wear during the week.

Bowling will take place in all of the majestic theatres.

Bowling – Whether you are an expert or wanting to try something new, either way join us for an exciting and challenging bowling experience. Wii bowling is a remarkable video game that provides fun, laughter and exercise! It lets you play a game of bowling in front of a large format television screen – move about, test your coordination, and compete against other bowlers.

Medals – Local Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be presented in each Residence at a special presentation end of day. These medalists will be entered in the national finals with the top three in the nation receiving National Gold, Silver or Bronze medals at our awards Closing Ceremony.

It’s all about angles and precision shots.

Have a BALL on Day 3 of the Seniors Games by joining us for billiards and bocce! Which game will be your specialty? Come out and join us for fun and exercise … and maybe you’ll go home with a medal!

Billiards – Our billiards tournament will pit players against each other in this popular game of skill and finesse.

Medals – Local Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be presented in each Residence at a special presentation end of day. For Bocce these medalists will be entered in the national finals with the top three in the nation receiving National Gold, Silver or Bronze medals at our awards Closing Ceremony.

It’s all about angles and precision shots.

Have a BALL on Day 3 of the Seniors Games by joining us for billiards and bocce! Which game will be your specialty? Come out and join us for fun and exercise … and maybe you’ll go home with a medal!

Bocce – For the bocce competition, our friends at the Caboto Centre in Winnipeg have helped us to modify the rules for indoor play.

Medals – Local Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be presented in each Residence at a special presentation end of day. For Bocce these medalists will be entered in the national finals with the top three in the nation receiving National Gold, Silver or Bronze medals at our awards Closing Ceremony.

Shuffleboard – New to the ASC Seniors Games, floor shuffleboard was introduced as a demonstration sport for 2013. Back by popular demand Come out and give it a try, the game is fun and easy to learn.

Wii Golf – An original at the ASC Seniors Games Wii Golf is contested for National medals. The game is set up for 4 players to play three holes. All four play the same three holes and the game records the score. At the end of the 3 holes all players scores are recorded and the top 3 scores from each residence will compete again in the afternoon finals for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.

Medals – Local Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be presented in each Residence at a special presentation end of day. For Wii Golf these medalists will be entered in the national finals with the top three in the nation receiving National Gold, Silver or Bronze medals at our awards Closing Ceremony.

Physical and mental activities.

Card and Board Games – Both physical and mental activity are integral parts of overall wellness. The ASC Seniors Games have been created to stimulate both. Unique to each residence competitive card games and board game activities have been scheduled so there is  a little something for everyone. Bridge players will be able to compete in most buildings, Whist and Canasta in others. Some can play Jeopardy while others will enjoy other competitive games that will engage everyone.

Scrabble, Quiddler, or Trivia Challenge – whatever you prefer you can get involved.

Game rules Competitive cards – Each residence will host a competitive tournament with the top three finishers receiving local Gold, Silver or Bronze medals. Other games will be demonstrations sports with an eye to adding to future Games medal rounds – all are about getting involved and participating in the day’s events. So, come out, have fun and be active

Medals – Local Gold, Silver & Bronze medals will be presented in each Residence at a special presentation end of day.