With the Wii, we can now enjoy those sports that otherwise maybe….well...dangerous to play if we are over the age of 12. Many of you have tried the simulated version of bowling with the Wii and can probably agree that it’s very close to the real thing. We are looking for about 6—10 “GOOD SPORTS” who would be interested in learning Frisbee and Dodgeball from the adolescents at the Oregon Youth Center. The kids are excited to show you their knowledge and skill on the Wii—and want you to join in on the fun! It’s simple to learn and fun to play. Call Erica at 835-5801 to join in on this intergenerational activity on Wednesday, March 30th at 2:00 PM at the Senior Center.
The Oregon Area Senior Center is a multi-purpose center focusing on the needs of older adults within the Oregon School District. It is a department of the Village of Oregon with support from the Village, Town of Oregon, Town of Rutland, and Dane County. The Town of Dunn and the Village of Brooklyn also support us. The Oregon Area Senior Center relies on the donations of generous folks in our area as well as the annual fundraisers for our programming needs.
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Wii Tournament with Oregon Youth Center
Don’t you ever miss playing a lively game of Frisbee? How about Dodgeball—wasn’t that fun?
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