Laughter and memories were happening across the country on Day 2 of the 2018 All Seniors Care Seniors Games with over 900 athletes competing in various events at retirement communities across Canada. Day 2 on the 9th annual All Seniors Care Seniors Games featured Wii Bowling and Archery with competitors pushing to achieve personal bests.
At Shaftesbury Park in Winnipeg, as our oldest competitor this year wasn’t giving away any information, including her age. When asked how she made it to such a ripe old age (she’s celebrating 104 this year) she exclaimed, “Who me?! I just turned 80-something!” She certainly gave us our daily dose of laughter! While at Preston Park I in Saskatoon, Gold Medalist Barry Fields exclaimed: “I hear that things get better with age…. If that is true… I must be pretty magnificent!!!!”
Wii Bowling Results – National Medals
Medal: Athletes Name: Score: Residence:
Gold: Joan Wilson 237 Sturgeon Creek II
Silver: Kathleen Michener 236 Seine River
Bronze(Tie): Charlie Simpson 225 Victoria Landing
Al Gurney 225 River Ridge I
The Seniors Games are part of the All Seniors Care commitment to providing seniors with innovative ways to enjoy active and healthy lifestyle. Spectators are always welcome! Upcoming activities include billiards and Bocce on Wednesday, Wii Golf and Shuffleboard on Thursday, and ending with Card/ Board games and Closing Ceremony celebrations on Friday.
For further information, please visit our website at http://www.allseniorscare.com.
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Joshua Kuhl, Senior Executive Vice-President of Operations, e-mail email@example.com or call 416.929.1328