Bowlers have medals to spare

Nelson’s Savoy Lanes was represented by the “A” and “B” teams at the BC Seniors’ Games held in Langley this month.

Nelson’s Savoy Lanes was represented by the “A” and “B” teams at the BC Seniors’ Games held in Langley this month. The bowling competition took place at Alder Alley lanes in Aldergrove, a short distance from Langley.

Nelson’s gold winning “A” bowling team (top photo) consisted of (from left to right) Lorna Hamilton, Blaine Rains, Audrey Kempin, Pat Alexander, Jack Parr and (missing from the photo) Vito Tummillo.

Nelson’s silver winning “B” bowling team (bottom photo) consisted of (from left to right) Jackie Schmidt, Effie Rains, Lee McNeil, Dawn Williams and (missing from the picture) Rusty Denny.

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