Langley senior athletes helped BC Seniors Games organizers and local politicians kick off a 'Key Volunteer Rally/Community Awareness' campaign for the upcoming Langley 2014 BC Seniors Games on Saturday at the Langley Seniors Resource Centre.

Langley set to host BC Seniors Games

The BC Seniors Games are coming to Langley venues this September 9-13

Langley senior athletes helped BC Seniors Games organizers and local politicians kick off a “Key Volunteer Rally/Community Awareness” campaign for the upcoming Langley 2014 BC Seniors Games on Saturday at the Langley Seniors Resource Centre.

The BC Seniors Games are coming to Langley venues this September 9-13 and Games president Milt Krueger says all the pieces are coming together for a great event but more volunteers and hosts are welcome to sign up to help out. Please contact Shirley Stewart at the Games office, 604-533-8065 or email her atshirley@bcsg2014.com to get involved.

“It’s going to take a lot of community volunteer involvement but it’s going to be good,” said BC Seniors Games director Howie Vickberg. “We’ve got some of the best sports and recreation facilities of any community and it’s a great opportunity to let folks around the province see that.”

The Langley BC Seniors Games slogan is “Everyone Wins!”

For information on the Games see the website: http://www.bcseniorsgames.org/bcsgs/

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