At the start of the year, President Norma had set a mission of building the club up to 40 members. On July 18, she announced the Club had not only met the goal, but surpassed it claiming “Mission Membership Accomplished”.
Updates at the Collingwood Lawn Bowling Club
Terry Dowdall MP Simcoe-Grey learning the basics of Lawn Bowling from President Norma Gee, Norma complimented Terry on his athletic prowess and invited him back for another lesson when the COVID pandemic would permit him to compete with the Club’s best players. He accepted!
Terry Dowdall MP Simcoe-Grey presenting President Norma Gee with congratulations on the occasion of the Lawn Bowling Club’s 35th Anniversary (May 31, 1986 – May 31, 2021)
The Collingwood Lawn Bowling Club is making changes to the game of lawn bowling. We’ve launched a new program called Senior Participation: Accessibility, Fitness, and Social Inclusion. This new program brings a variety of playing times, attire, and more support for our seniors!
At 98 years old, Betty is perfect for this role as she shows others that age does not matter. She plays lawn bowling three times a week and says that the Collingwood Lawn Bowling Club is her new best friend. She loves to be outdoors playing a relaxing game with friendly people.
With the second highest proportion of seniors amongst sub-regions in Ontario (27%) the South Georgian Bay area is fortunate to have a plethora of options which support staying active.