Seniors suit up for games

A good group of Salmon Arm area residents will be competing in a number of sports at the 55-plus BC Seniors Games in the West Kootenays starting Aug. 16.

A good group of Salmon Arm area residents will be competing in a number of sports at the 55-plus BC Seniors Games in the West Kootenays starting Aug. 16.

They include:

• Cycling – Mary Pakka.

• Silver Dragons Ladies Dragon Boat Racing – Judy Bergsma, Sylvia Burnham, Marilyn Brown, Joan Cunningham, Joan Davies, Sandra Dionne, Janet Graham, Barb Hagel, Helen Hall, Donna Hazell, Barb Hyttenrauch, Dianne Janzen, Lana Kerr, Marie-Paule Lacasse, Val McKay, Carol Mikklesen, Joan Mitchell, June Porritt, Val Schreiber, Rigmor Short, Lorraine Tansley, Tyrril Tonks, with coach Reg Janzen.

• Shuswap Coots Mixed Dragon Boat Racing – Hellen Byron, Joan Cunningham, Gord and Wendy Henderson, John and Susan Hind, Reg and Dianne Janzen, Elaine Koskimaki, Tom and Gloria Makey, Dave and Gwen Martinuk, Dawn and Geoff Power, Mary Reynolds, Susan Saloka, Heinz and Virginia Strobl, Mryon Scott, Ken and Sharon Thurston, Joyce Wessel and Carol Green.

Margaret Acton, Valerie Bradley, Dianne Inseilberg and Marg Kokotilo of the Pink Piston Paddlers will be paddling with the Elderly Strokers Mixed Dragon Boat team from Kamloops.

• Equestrian, Driving – Heather Dalemo and Debbie Miyashila.

• Golf – Fred Holm, Bill Jordan, Monty Kilborn, Bert Larmond and Brian Maurer.

• Hockey, 55+ – Robert Fitzpatrick, Bill Hagardt, Ron Hagardt, Dan Horoschuk, Mike Johnson, Jim Kusisto and Len Lega.

• Hockey, 60+ – Mark Dibblee, Dave Davidson, Hugh Hooker, Daryl Koskimaki, Gord MacKintosh, Chuck McTavish, Bob Munro, Roy Sakaki and Victor Wasilenko.

• Horseshoes – Clarence and Faith Juell, Edwin Kreig.

• Ice Curling, Ladies – Dianne Bekker, Dorothy Bradford, Trish Probyn, Lisa Schwarttzenhauer.

• Ice Curling, Men – Eric Breitkruez, John Danks, Gordon Duplisse, Randy Jenkins.

• Pickleball – Linda and Keith Brown.

• Slo Pitch – Caroline Chartier, Debbie Dickson, Sharon Moubray, Lynne Parkinson, Margaret Stokes, Sandra Swartz, Dee Whitmore.

• Soccer – Paul Corrie, Curtis McLeish.

• Swimming – Muriel Hurlbert.

• Table Tennis – Marilyn Bryant, Doug Cole, Bill Haviland, Eddie Turner, Peter Wessel, Jarvis Wice.

• Track & Field – Pattie Larmond, Bev Wice.


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