The Games – A Family Affair

(Photo: Ronald Huckerby and his daughter Tracey at the Kimberley/Cranbrook 2018 55+ BC Games) “My dad (Ronald Huckerby) has participated in the track & field events since the 55+ BC Games were first began in Vernon, BC (1988)….he is now 92 years old.  He will be 93 years old in February and is planning on attending the Games in 2022 […]

From Telegraph Creek to the 55+ BC Games

The following story about Zena Campbell was originally posted in the Prince George Citizen, titled “From Telegraph Creek to the BC Seniors Games”.  Here is the link to that original story written by Kathy Nadin – link to full story   From Telegraph Creek to the 55+ BC Games Track athlete Zena Campbell is now 85 years old and still […]

Meet the Indomitable Els Mol

Meet the Indomitable Els Mol Els Mol does not believe in sitting around. Now 82, Mol, who makes her home in Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast, has been an active athlete and volunteer with the BC 55+ Seniors Games for more than 10 years. This year, Els intends to bring a team of Sunshine Coast dragon boat competitors to the […]

15 Games and Counting

15 Games and Counting Connie Vincent lives in Campbell River, BC. She plays badminton up to three or four times a week. She plays in Campbell River in the 50+ daytime program and also travels 45 minutes to play at the CRA Seniors sessions in Courtenay! Connie, whose ancestry is Swedish and Indigenous, grew up in Laidlaw, BC. During her […]

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