The five most important words for Revelstoke seniors participating in the B.C. Seniors Games in the Nelson area the weekend before last were “you did a great job.” The next games will be the 25th Anniversary of the BC Seniors Games held in Burnaby August 21–25

Revelstoke athletes back from the BC Seniors Games

The five most important words for Revelstoke seniors participating in the B.C. Seniors Games in the Nelson area the weekend before last were “you did a great job.”

Story and photos contributed by Bill Zmaeff

The five most important words for Revelstoke seniors participating in the B.C. Seniors Games in the Nelson area the weekend before last were “you did a great job.” The next games will be the 25th Anniversary of the BC Seniors Games held in Burnaby August 21–25, 2012.  In the meantime, fall is upon us and winter activities will start soon.  Join your fellow seniors in fitness, socializing, and personal wellness by taking part in activities at the gym, bowling, snow, and the Revelstoke Seniors Centre.  Rose Lund 250-837-4690 and Alice Lines 250-837-3127 are in the process of forming 50-plus bowling leagues. Sure would like to put your picture in the paper next year with your BC Seniors Games medals!

Photo: Walter Schleiss and Dale Morehouse (bridge).

 

 

 

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