A trio of local golfers — John Kazkoff

Nelson seniors bound for games

The BC Seniors Games will be held in Langley from September 9 to 12.

Nelson’s Granite Pointe Golf course senior golfers John Kazkoff, Howie Ridge and Dick Schultz  qualified to attend the BC Seniors Games to be held in Langley from September 9 to 12.

The trio will be golfing on the Newlands Golf Course and the Pagoda Ridge Golf Course.

Slocan Valley seniors who will be attending the games include:

Cribbage: Marion Williamson and Lydia Kania;

Track and field: Don Currie, Joan Deans, Sharon Myers, Jean Nelson.

Kania, who is from Vallican, has participated in every games except two since 1993, usually in track and field, but a foot problem will keep her out this year.

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