Senior compete in Pioneer Olympics

Teams of seniors from community living and complex care homes in the Comox Valley competed in the annual Pioneer Olympics.

THE COMOX VALLEY Seniors Village and Casa Loma Rebels competed in the annual Pioneer Olympics.

THE COMOX VALLEY Seniors Village and Casa Loma Rebels competed in the annual Pioneer Olympics.

Teams of seniors from various Community Living and Complex Care homes came together to compete in the annual Pioneer Olympics.

The teams challenged each other in ring toss, bean bag toss, lifesaver and toothpick, basketball, horse shoes and polo. The competitive edge was intense, the excitement was soaring and the athletes, staff and volunteers had loads of fun.

In the Community Living division, the Comox Valley Seniors Village and Casa Loma — Retirement Concepts Rebels took home the first-place trophy. The Classics from Cumberland ADC and the Campbell River Hopefuls from Ironwood Place tied for second place.

In the Complex Care division, the Campbell River Yucalta Energizers placed first and the Eager Beavers from Olive Devaud in Powell River came in a close second.

The following awards were also presented:

Best Sportsmanship: The Views, St. Joe’s Hospital — The View Eagles;

Best Dressed: Glacier View Lodge — The Toppers;

Most Improved: New Horizons — The Sun Risers;

Best Effort: Evergreen Seniors Home — The Green Berets;

Biggest Heart: Comox Valley Seniors Village — The Sweethearts;

Most enthusiastic: Adult Care Society Campbell River — The Perky Penguins.

Many thanks to the following for helping make this day a huge success: Retirement Concepts for their sponsorship, NIC Nursing Students for their support, Thrifty Foods for the cake, Old Time Fiddlers for the music, Home Medical for equipment loan and all the various wonderful volunteers.

— Casa Loma and Comox Valley Seniors Village

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