Pictured are (from left)Norman Zawada (lead)

Locals Do Well at BC Seniors Games

At the recent Seniors Games held in North Vancouver August 25-29th several local participants came home with medals.

At the recent Seniors Games held in North Vancouver August 25-29th several local participants came home with medals.

In Cycling Robert Dumalanede swept the Road Race, Hill Climb and Time trial in the 80-84 age group winning Gold in all three events.

Valerie Edmondson took top honours in the 70-74 group with the Low Net.

In Floor Curling both teams returned home with medals. Leading the way in the “B” Group for a Gold medal was the team of Cor Dirven, Leslie Zawada, Ruth Newitt, and Norm Zawada. In the “A” group Peter Burr, along with his team of Henry Proteau, Alice Burnett, Anne Proteau and spare Mary Burr won the Bronze.

In Hockey Larry Wendel was a member of the Bronze winning team of the Surrey Schooners 65+.

Congratulations to all the successful winners.

Next year’s Games will be held in Coquitlam on September 20-24, 2016.

Submitted by Dick Hopkins

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