Zone playoffs soon for Alberta 55 plus Games

The 2013 Alberta 55 plus Winter Games will be held in Calgary February 13-16, 2013.

by Rosella Snopek – Special to Sylvan Lake News

The 2013 Alberta 55 plus Winter Games will be held in Calgary February 13 -16, 2013. Consequently the zone qualifying playoff schedule will be in full swing as of Nov. 1, 2012.

Entering any one of these events could qualify you to attend the Canada 55 plus Games in Strathcona County in 2014.

Events being offered for the Winter Games playoffs are: Alpine Skiing, Badminton, 5 pin Bowling, Duplicate Bridge, Carpet Bowling, Cross Country Skiing, Darts, Euchre, Hockey, Ice Curling, Pool-Snooker, Scrabble and Table Shuffleboard.

For more details check the website www.alberta-55plus.ca or call Rosella at 780-608-1391. Come and try out for this fabulous experience.

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