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SportsDistrict 7A (North Lanark) Senior Summer Games are under way

District 7A (North Lanark) Senior Summer Games are under way

by Marilyn Snedden

Shuffleboard winners left to right BRONZE: JimTracey,Donna Payne,GOLD:Dorothy Lloyd, Ruth Bowes, SILVER: Jeri & Al Lunney.

The +55 Summer Games are well under way with darts,carpet bowling and shuffleboard winners being declared already. The gold medal winners in each of the 16 events offered locally are eligible to travel to Windsor from August 18-20, 2014 to compete in the Ontario +55 Senior Games. The local district will be chartering a bus for this long trip so everyone can relax on the way.

 Local Winners



GOLD:Ivor Morris & Doral Munro

SILVER: Jim Chapman & Vern Russell

BRONZE: Junior Sutton & Ernie Nolan


GOLD: Nancy Cameron & Denys Brisbois

SILVER: Janet Davidson & Ann Ecker

BRONZE: Diane Rintoul & Jane Thompson


GOLD: Junior Sutton & Isobel Hope

SILVER :Denys Brisbois & Doral Munro

BRONZE: Debbie McLaren & Jim Chapman

Carpet Bowling

GOLD: Shirley Gamble & Debby Hayes

SILVER:Diane Rintoul & Jane Thompson

BRONZE:Ernie Nolan & Jackie Cowlin


GOLD:Dorothy Lloyd & Ruth Bowes

SILVER: Al & Jeri Lunney

BRONZE:Jim Tracey & Donna Payne


GOLD:Faye Burgess & Barbara Davidson

SILVER:Donna Bennett& Lila Wade

BRONZE:Lorraine Blaskie & Donna Russett


Bid Euchre is May16 at the Almonte Curling Club.

Convenors like to have at least a week to set up schedules so pick up a booklets at the Old Town Hall ,Almonte & Carleton Place Legions ,Carambeck Community Center,etc.or call 613 256-3130 or 613 253-2784 for info.

Nancy Cameron ,convenor for golf ,is still confirming place & time (in June)so call 253-8890 for details




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