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Salisbury/Rowan Senior Games ambassadors

Salisbury/Rowan Senior Games
Kay and Harry Morgan of Rockwell and Kerry and Jim Morgan of Salisbury have been chosen by Salisbury/Rowan Senior Games & SilverArts to serve as North Carolina Senior Games ambassadors.
They join our existing ambassadors Bob and Betty Goodman, George Kluttz, Bill and Joann French, Ron Boyer and Don Anderson.
Ambassadors have committed themselves to encouraging others in their community and across the state to stay healthy and live better and longer through participation in Senior Games programs. Ambassadors assist their Senior Games coordinator in recruiting participants and promoting Senior Games.
Ambassadors receive state level training in public relations, marketing and Senior Games information.
In addition to new ambassadors, Senior Games has new sponsors.
Genesis HealthCare, Humana MarketPoint, Oak Park Retirement, Comfort Keepers of Salisbury and Rowan Regional Medical Center have signed on as official 2011 sponsors of the Salisbury/Rowan Senior Games & SilverArts. This means increased resources to further develop the Senior Games and SilverArts program, which consists of sports, arts and health promotion programs for adults 55 and older.
Senior Games entry forms for the 2011 season are available online at www.rowanseniorgames.orgor at Salisbury YMCA and Rufty-Holmes Senior Center.
For more information on how to become a participant, volunteer or sponsor, visit the website or contact; Phyllis Loflin-Kluttz, Senior Games & SilverArts coordinator, at 704-216-7780.

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