2014 PIEDMONT PLUS SENIOR GAMES
Entry Forms and Information Guides
2014 Piedmont Plus Senior Games Schedule [pdf/4kb/1p]
2014 Piedmont Plus Senior Games Information Guide [pdf/30kb/12p]
2014 Piedmont Plus Senior Games Entry Form [pdf/15kb/4p]
2014 Piedmont Plus Silver Arts Information Form [pdf/8kb/2p]
2014 Piedmont Plus Senior Games Pre-games doubles bowling
Join us for the pre-Senior Games doubles bowling tournament at Northside Lanes. The tournament will start at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 19. Entry is $15/person and we will have winners from each age grouping in five year increments. This year we are accepting all 50 and better men's and women's bowlers. Entry forms are available at all recreation centers and both Northside and Creekside Lanes. NO WALK UPS this year. Make sure to get your entry forms to the Black Phillips Smith Government Center located at 2301 N. Patterson Avenue (at the intersection with Glenn Avenue). Call Chuck at 727-2325 with questions.
Check out the 2014 Community Band Schedule! [pdf/30kb/2p]
PPSG Newsletter [pdf/100kb/10p]
2013 Senior Games results (SILVER ARTS) [pdf/300kb/18p]
2013 Senior Games Results (Athletics) [pdf/300kb/18p]
Senior Clubs [pdf/30kb/2p]
Senior programs (year round opportunities) [pdf/150k/9p]
Below are a few photos from the 2014 Doubles Bowling tournament at Northside Lanes. 25 teams joined in the fun. A Total payout of cash prizes was $520. We also gave away WFU basketball tickets, passes to the Reynolda House, gift certificates to local restaurants, and a Senior Games Prize bag. Good fun was had by all. The highest three game totals went to the ladies team Shirley Stump and Toby Steele (70-74) of with at combined three game total of 976 and the team of William Griffith and George England with a total of 1324.
2014 Senior Pre-Game Bowling tournament
NORTH CAROLINA SENIOR GAMES MAKES MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
The North Carolina Senior Games have adjusted their minimum age to 50 and better which is consistent with the National Senior Games. We are excited to make you aware of this new opportunity. Please help us spread the word.
Additionally, the NCSG has officially named Pickleball as an official sport of the Senior Games. Pickleball has caught fire in this area and many can't get enough of the sport. Have no idea of what we're talking about? Not familiar with Pickleball? See the "how to" play Pickleball [video]. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Brent Russell at (336) 650-7695 or drop in on Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6:30 to join some of the regular players.