The competitor steps in front of the lane. With a pull of the trigger he swings his arm back, aims and lets go! That excellent shot earned a “strike” in Wii Bowling!

The DeKalb County Senior Olympics are over, and Park Springs was pleased to host the Wii Bowling portion of the event in their beautiful clubhouse.

Park Springs was the perfect venue for this competition as they have a long standing and exuberant Wii Bowling League in place. Member Floyd Fawcett discovered the joys of Wii Bowling on a vacation with his grandchildren in Virginia and was hooked ever since. He decided to form a league at Park Springs which became a huge success. The current season finished just in time for the Senior Olympics.

The DeKalb County Senior Olympics has been providing healthy competition among senior neighbors of DeKalb since 1986. The games officially began May 10th and will run through the 20th. Park Springs also has three water volleyball teams entered in the games. Last year, one team from Park Springs won the silver while another won the bronze.

Park Springs is a beautiful continuing care retirement center in Stone Mountain Georgia. The 50,000 square foot clubhouse where the Wii Bowling competition will take place features a swimming pool, four themed restaurants and a 12,000 square foot fitness center. To learn more about the independent-living homes on the sprawling 54-acre campus, or assisted living offered on-site at Cobblestone, visit the website.

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