THE PEOPLE PLUS TABLE TENNIS GROUP ran away with medals recently at the 28th Maine Senior Games. The Maine Senior Games hosts annual athletic events for adults over the age of 45 from anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Senior athletes who qualify at the state level this year have the opportunity to compete at the national level next July, the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors. Pictured with their medals are, from left, Steve Winter (3rd, Mens singles 65-69; 1st, Mens doubles 65-69), Ron Roy (4th, Mens singles 65-69; 1st, Mens doubles 65-69), Dick Brautigam (1st, Mens singles 80-84), Armand Bouchard (1st, Mens singles 75-79; 2nd, Mens doubles 65-69), Mikhail Gissin (2nd, Mens singles 65-69; 2nd, Mens doubles 65-69), Vic Bouchard (2nd, Mens doubles 55-59).

THE PEOPLE PLUS TABLE TENNIS GROUP ran away with medals recently at the 28th Maine Senior Games. The Maine Senior Games hosts annual athletic events for adults over the age of 45 from anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Senior athletes who qualify at the state level this year have the opportunity to compete at the national level next July, the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors. Pictured with their medals are, from left, Steve Winter (3rd, Mens singles 65-69; 1st, Mens doubles 65-69), Ron Roy (4th, Mens singles 65-69; 1st, Mens doubles 65-69), Dick Brautigam (1st, Mens singles 80-84), Armand Bouchard (1st, Mens singles 75-79; 2nd, Mens doubles 65-69), Mikhail Gissin (2nd, Mens singles 65-69; 2nd, Mens doubles 65-69), Vic Bouchard (2nd, Mens doubles 55-59).

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