Seniors take on the challenge

Games, sports and friendly competition is alive and well with the young at heart in Ponoka and active members of the Alberta 55 Plus group are gearing up for this year’s Alberta Seniors Games in Airdrie.

Games, sports and friendly competition is alive and well with the young at heart in Ponoka and active members of the Alberta 55 Plus group are gearing up for this year’s Alberta Seniors Games in Airdrie.

Director for area three (Ponoka and district), zone four, Gail Pugh is looking forward to the games and encourages everyone to join in on the fun and try for their chance to qualify for the Seniors Games.

“It gives seniors an opportunity to get out and meet other people on a regular basis and enjoy sports,” said Pugh. “There are a lot of choices, there’s something for everybody.”

Alberta 55 Plus offers a large variety and levels of challenges and activities from athletic competitions, strategic activities to arts and crafts and creative writing.

To sign up or for more information contact Pugh at 403-783-2450.

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