BC Seniors Games meeting set

Find out more about the event April 4 at Quality Foods

ou are never too old to set a new goal or dream a new dream.

Are you over 55 years of age? Would you like a fun and challenging summer? Are you curious about the BC Seniors Games?

Thanks to Quality Foods’ generosity, a coffee party/information session will be held April 4 at 2 p.m. at Quality Foods.

Meet some of last year’s competitors, hear how they have enjoyed the Games, and learn how to get involved.

The meeting is limited to 30 persons, so if you would like to reserve, contact Jane Austin at seejane@shaw.ca or 250-339-0173.

Join the BC Seniors Games – the best is yet to come!

 

– BC Seniors Games Society

 

 

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