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Seniors Games kicks off search for volunteers

Multiple B.C. Seniors Games medallist Alice Kennedy demonstrated her table tennis skills at the official public launch of the 2014 games on Saturday at Langley Seniors Resource Centre. The games will be held in Langley from Sept. 9 to 13. About 3,000 athletes are expected at the games, which will be larger than the B.C., Summer Games held in Langley in 2010. The public event on Saturday coincided with the beginning of volunteer recruitment for the games. More information can be found at 2014bcgames.org. - Alyssa O
Multiple B.C. Seniors Games medallist Alice Kennedy demonstrated her table tennis skills at the official public launch of the 2014 games on Saturday at Langley Seniors Resource Centre. The games will be held in Langley from Sept. 9 to 13. About 3,000 athletes are expected at the games, which will be larger than the B.C., Summer Games held in Langley in 2010. The public event on Saturday coincided with the beginning of volunteer recruitment for the games. More information can be found at 2014bcgames.org.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times
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