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Roslyn Silver smiles as she play bridge during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence.


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A sign advertises the All Senior Care Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
A pair of residents look at their cards at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence during a game of bridge. (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Residents at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence are taking part in the All Senior Care Games 2014 this week. It's the fifth year for the games, which see Seniors play bridge, Wii bowling, bocce and shuffleboard. Open ceremonies were Monday and the games end Friday. (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Bob Miller concentrates while playing cards during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence.
 (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Catherine Chinnick contemplates a play during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014.

 (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
A young whipper-snapper joins in the fun at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014.
 (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Marion Maxwell (right) lays her cards on the table at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014.

 (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Residents at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence are taking part in the All Senior Care Games 2014 this week. It's the fifth year for the games, which see Seniors play bridge, Wii bowling, bocce and shuffleboard. Open ceremonies were Monday and the games end Friday. (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Medals a T-shirt and hat are on display at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Roslyn Silver smiles as she play bridge during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
A sign advertises the All Senior Care Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
A pair of residents look at their cards at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence during a game of bridge. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Residents at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence are taking part in the All Senior Care Games 2014 this week. It's the fifth year for the games, which see Seniors play bridge, Wii bowling, bocce and shuffleboard. Open ceremonies were Monday and the games end Friday. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Bob Miller concentrates while playing cards during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Catherine Chinnick contemplates a play during the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
A young whipper-snapper joins in the fun at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Marion Maxwell (right) lays her cards on the table at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Residents at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence are taking part in the All Senior Care Games 2014 this week. It's the fifth year for the games, which see Seniors play bridge, Wii bowling, bocce and shuffleboard. Open ceremonies were Monday and the games end Friday. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)
Medals a T-shirt and hat are on display at the All Senior Care Senior Games 2014 at Shaftesbury Park Retirement Residence. - (Boris Minkevich / Winnipeg Free Press)

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