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Results from Senior Games

July 13, 2011

07/14/11 The Plymouth Park Department and Miller’s Senior Living Community are proud to announce the winners of the 2011 Senior Classic Games.  This is the second year for the games and Gina Young (Parks Dept.) and Anna Corbett (Miller’s) are pleased with the turnout and participation this year.

Those receiving medals are as follows:

Horseshoes:  Gold, Ron Gantz; Silver, Bob Gross; Bronze, Tom Miller

Men’s Bowling:  Gold, Justin Haynes; Silver, Tom Christiansen; Bronze, Gene Brown

Women’s Bowling:  Gold, Penny Kennedy; Silver, Carolyn Brown; Bronze, Joyce West

Men’s Golf:  Gold, Ron Gantz; Silver, George Kariger; Bronze, Gene Brown

Women’s Golf:  Gold, Jeanette Walters; Silver, Diane Kuskye; Bronze, Judy Hess

Basketball:  Gold Ron Gantz; Silver, Bob Gross

Cornhole:  Gold, Ron Gantz; Silver, Tom Miller; Bronze, Bob Gross

Tennis Doubles:  TBA/Thursday, July 14 @ 6:00 p.m.

Young and Corbett agree the Senior Classic Games are a great addition to the summer activities at Plymouth Centennial Park and they ask that participants and spectators help spread the word about the 2012 games.  They would also like to thank all sponsors who helped support the Senior Classic Game including People’s Drug Store, LaFree Physical Therapy, Tri-Way Golf Club, Quick’s Lanes, Young’s TV and Appliances, DelMonte, Stockberger Trucking, 1050 AM the Chief, Yoder’s Sports Center, Weidner and Company, Lear Corporation, the Plymouth Parks Department and Miller’s Senior Living Community.

Photo: Participants in the Senior Classic Games Men and Women’s golf tournament are as follows:  (front l-r)Bill Miller, Tom Miller, Diane Kuskye (Silver), Judy Hess (Bronze) and Jan Kinney.  Back row (l-r) Bob Gross, Gene Brown (Bronze), Ron Gantz (Gold), George Kariger (Silver), and Ruth Weist, and Jeanette Walters (Gold).

Senior Classic Games women’s bowling participants are pictured with coordinator Anna Corbett of Miller’s Senior Living Community are (l-r) Corbett, Carolyn Brown (Silver), Nancy White, Penny Kennedy (Gold), and Joyce West (Bronze).