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13
Mar
Radio 4 the Ages - H.C. Woody Woodward - Carol Remley - Cathey Franklin - Senior Games

Show #25: Senior Games, They’re almost here!

Show #25: Senior Games, They’re almost here!

Joining us in the studio this Sunday representing the Charlotte Mecklenburg Senior Games were H.C. Woody Woodward, Cathey Franklin, and Carol Remley. We learn more details about the Senior Games such as when they start, how to register, and what sports are available to compete in. We also find out about some new sports that are going to be introduced to the line-up this year and that Senior Games competitors not only run, swim, and shoot, but that they also compete in the Silver Arts with subjects ranging from literary arts to performance arts. For baby boomers and those 55 or better, keeping your mind and body active is importantant and we here at Radio 4 the Ages think the Senior Games are a great way to have fun doing just that. Tune in and find out more about the Senior Games and how you can get involved, compete, or just cheer-on our great athletes and competitors in the area!
Resources

  • Charlotte Mecklenburg Senior Games

704-332-4020

http://www.cmseniorgames.org

  • H.C. Woody Woodward

704-365-1014

  • Cathey Franklin

clognnut@hotmail.com

  • Carol Remley

3kenmist3@earthlink.net

4
Dec
Radio 4 the Ages - Show #11 - Senior Fitness and the Senior Games Yo Osborne, H.C. Woody Woodward

Show #11: Senior Fitness & the Senior Games

Show #11: Senior Fitness & the Senior Games (click play to listen)

 

If you or a loved one is 55 or better and have ever wondered if competing and staying active was a thing of the past, then this is the show for you!  We have two inspirational guests who share their stories  of how staying involved and active can be just as much fun later on in life as it is for younger folks.  Yo Osborn (fitness instructor for the Levine Senior Center) and H.C. Woody Woodward (a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Senior Games representative) tell us their involvement in staying active and involved in fitness activities as well as give us some helpful information for prospective Senior Gamespeople.

 

Resources

6
Nov
seniormoments

Senior Moments #5: Senior Games

Senior Moments #5: Senior Games (click play to listen)

This week’s Senior Moments has been brought to you by Hospice & Palliative Care Charlotte Region

 

Krissa Palmer gives us another great piece of Carol Remley and Brian Myerscough and their experiences with the Senior Olympics and the sports they compete in.  The Senior Olympics is a health and fitness program started in North Carolina in 1983 available to groups of all sizes.  For more information on the Senior Olympics, visit their website at www.cmseniorgames.org.