Approximately 150 of Northern Kentucky's seniors attended the 2017 Winter Senior Games on Thursday, Jan. 19, at the Fort Thomas Armory. Stay tuned for the Spring Senior Games in May!
Senior Games Chairman Paul Ankenbauer started the event by showing seniors the locations of the day's activities.
Tim Williams of Cold Spring tried shuffleboard during his first Senior Games.
One room held three putt-putt games as well as the Snowman Toss.
James Marshall hit more than 20 baskets during pop-a-shot.
NKADD employees Kelly Bond and De Neary made sure the whole day rocked!
Bill Abbey of Elsmere tries his hand at the Snowman Toss.
Della Middendorf of Warsaw, Ky., took a shot at billiards.
Judy Keith of Erlanger had fun with Freeze-bee.
Participants received swag bags withthe NKY Senior Games logo.
Otto Terrell of Warsaw, Ky., played some putt-putt.
Cornhole was another indoor game seniors enjoyed.
Seniors from throughout the eight counties of Northern Kentucky participated in the Winter Senior Games.
Chuck Willams of ClearCaptions spread the word about his free service that helps those with hearing loss use the phone.
Otto Terrell also took a shot at basketball.
The Armory's game room included two billiards games, pop-a-shot and skittles.
Mary Ellen Dickman of Fort Thomas enjoyed the putt-putt games.
Steve Trauger, a long-time Senior Games volunteer and former employee of Kenton County Parks and Recreation was honored as a Kentucky Recreation Hall of Famer.
Event winners received gold-foil-covered-chocolate coins.
But everyone got cheesecake for dessert from Fort Thomas Barrington Independent Assisted Living.