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Retirement Community Hosts Wii Bowling Senior Olympics

Retirement Community Hosts Wii Bowling Senior Olympics

Greenspring, a retirement community in Springfield, Virginia, hosted the 3rd Annual Northern Virginia Senior Olympics Wii bowling competition yesterday and today. This morning bowlers ages 80+ showed off their skills, and yesterday participants ages 50-79 competed. 

Greenspring is a true hub for Wii bowlers because their great facility has six different lanes. There are currently 55 registered NVSO bowlers, 16 of which are Greenspring residents; most of these residents bowl on a daily basis.

Fairfax County Public Schools to Close Grass Fields This Weekend

From FCPS Outreach:

All Fairfax County public schools will be open for activities on Saturday, September 10, and Sunday, September 11, except for grass athletic fields, which will be closed for use.  Artificial turf fields can be used.

Greenspring Resident Wins Gold at 2011 National Senior Games

From Greenspring:

 

 SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA - Jack Cason, 78, left the 2011 National Senior Games held in Houston, Texas and returned to his home at Greenspring retirement community in Springfield, Va. with a gold medal in hand.  Earning a score of 1706/1800 points in the all compound release archery competition, he received the highest score among all males aged 74-79.

 

Workout For Free At Washington Sports Club

Workout For Free At Washington Sports Club

 

With temperatures in the area expecting to soar in the high 90’s and 100's once again this week, Washington Sports Clubs is encouraging Washingtonians to take their workouts indoors to escape the heat. Clubs citywide will open their doors to the public for free workouts every time the thermometer hits 90 degrees through August.

Beginning this month you can work out for free in any WSC facility on days where the temperature tops 90 degrees.

Work Out For Free at Washington Sports Club

Work Out For Free at Washington Sports Club

The following was sent to us by Staci Bloom:

 

With temperatures in the  area expecting to soar in the high 90’s and 100's once again this week, Washington Sports Clubs is encouraging Washingtonians to take their workouts indoors to escape the heat. Clubs citywide will open their doors to the public for free workouts every time the thermometer hits 90 degrees through August. 

Beginning this month you can work out for free in any WSC facility on days where the temperature tops 90 degrees.