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Going for the gold

“Let the games begin” was the call on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Tryon Estates, Columbus, when residents of Tryon Estates and those of four other Acts Retirement Life Communities went for the gold in eight OlympiActs activities, including brain games, bocce, billiards, walking relay and swimming pool relay. Members of the Tryon Estates team show their enthusiasm before the games commenced.

“Let the games begin” was the call on Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Tryon Estates, Columbus, when residents of Tryon Estates and those of four other Acts Retirement Life Communities went for the gold in eight OlympiActs activities, including brain games, bocce, billiards, walking relay and swimming pool relay. Members of the Tryon Estates team show their enthusiasm before the games commenced.

 

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As Linda Shutter smiled, so did her teammates and other residents of Tryon Estates on Tuesday, October 11, when teams from five Acts Retirement Life Communities (Plantation Estates, Tryon Estates, Lanier Village Estates, Park Pointe Village and Magnolia Trace) competed both indoors and outdoors at Tryon Estates at OlympiActs. Shutter was the anchor for the gold medal-winning walking relay team, which included Bob Andrews, Don Schlegel and Sandy Elliot. Other competitions included brain games, bocce, billiards, walking relay and swimming pool relay. (Photo by Mark Schmerling)

 

Tryon Estates resident Ron Rosenberger shows his concentration and form in the bocce competition.

Tryon Estates resident Ron Rosenberger shows his concentration and form in the bocce competition.