2019 National Senior Games

Willow Valley Communities’ athletes recently returned from competition at the National Senior Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Residents enjoyed the competition, sight-seeing around the city, and meeting fellow athletes from across the country. We applauded them for bringing home 5 Gold medals, 8 Silver medals, 3 Bronze medals, and 23 Ribbons. (See the tally of medals and ribbons won at the games below.) Events included track and field, swimming, table tennis, badminton, bowling, and more.  

Physical activity combined with a healthy lifestyle is said to be the “fountain of youth”. Exercise is good for your body whether you like to enter into competition with others or just enjoy finding fun ways to stay active. It’s never too late to begin a new physical activity and get in the game.

Willow Valley Communities is an active senior living community in Lancaster, PA. , our state-of-the-art fitness and aquatic center, senior fitness classes, our 4 pools, and over 20 miles of scenic walking paths are perfect for EVERY fitness level. Come visit and we’ll show you. Call today, 877.503.0774 or visit our website to learn more. 

2019 National Senior Games results – Congratulations to all!

Dan Bumstead

Badminton Men’s Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon

Ed Burnap

Badminton Mixed Doubles – 4th Place Ribbon

Badminton Men’s Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon

Lou Caperoon

Badminton Men’s Doubles – 6th Place Ribbon

 Deb Dickinson

Badminton Women’s Doubles – 4th Place Ribbon

 Elaine Eichner

Tennis Mixed Doubles – 4th Place Ribbon

Charles George

Shuffleboard Men’s Singles – GOLD

Shuffleboard Doubles – SILVER

 Kathy Harvey (Team Member)

Bowling Women’s Doubles – 4th Place Ribbon

 Roger Harvey (Team Member)

Bowling Men’s Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon

Wayne Hittinger

Horseshoes – 7th Place Ribbon

 Caroline Homentowski

1500m Power Walking – BRONZE

Shuffleboard Singles – 7th Place Ribbon

Shuffleboard Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon

 Charlie Homentowski

Shuffleboard Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon

Bill Lineaweaver

Horseshoes – 8th Place Ribbon

George Lingg

1500m Race Walking – 7th Place Ribbon

Bob Locke

50yd Freestyle – 7th Place Ribbon

Debbie Mink  

Table Tennis Women’s Doubles – 8th Place Ribbon

Shuffleboard Women’s Singles – 7th Place Ribbon

Judy Mitchell  

Badminton Women’s Singles – SILVER

Badminton Mixed Doubles – 4th Place Ribbon

Heide Moebius

1500m Run – GOLD

400m Dash – SILVER

800m Run – GOLD

5k Road Race – GOLD

10k Road Race – GOLD

Irmi Nelson

Table Tennis Women’s – SILVER

Table Tennis Women’s Singles – 6th Place Ribbon

Shuffleboard Doubles – 5th Place Ribbon                                

Janet Rushmere

50 Freestyle – SILVER

100yd Freestyle – SILVER

50yd Backstroke – BRONZE

100yd Backstroke – BRONZE

Marvin Stouffer  

1500m Power Walking – SILVER

5k Power Walking – 4th Place Ribbon

Terry Webb

50yd Freestyle – 4th Place Ribbon

Table Tennis Women’s Doubles – SILVER

Cheri Weakley

Badminton Women’s Singles – 7th Place Ribbon

The National Senior Games is a non-profit organization dedicated to motivating active adults to lead a healthy lifestyle through the senior games movement. The Games, a 20-sport, biennial competition for men and women 50 and over, is the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors. National competition is held every other year in a different city. Member Organizations hold annual games with qualifying competitions in the year preceding The Games. Athletes that meet specific criteria while participating in the State Senior Games qualify to participate

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