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The Nova Scotia 55+ Games took place in Antigonish in early August. Inna Harrison from Lorne, Pictou County, competing in a track event at the Nova Scotia 55+ Games, which took place in Antigonish.
The Nova Scotia 55+ Games took place in Antigonish in early August. Inna Harrison from Lorne, Pictou County, competing in a track event at the Nova Scotia 55+ Games, which took place in Antigonish. - Richard MacKenzie

Hundreds of athletes from around Nova Scotia took part.

Pictou County had two hockey teams competing in the 55+ Games last weekend in Antigonish, one in the 60+ division and another in the 65+ division. Shown is the 60+ team that won Gold. In front row from left are: Jim Ryan, Bram Avery, Steve Saulnier, John Kerr, Clary Melanson and Leroy MacInnis and Roger MacKay. In back from left are: George Baird, Weldon Ferguson, Scott MacLean, Mike Sullivan, Robbie MacNaughton, Bill Waters, Colin Dorrington, Joe Decoste, Donnie Wire and Alan Leck. Missing from photo is Preston Lockhart.
Pictou County had two hockey teams competing in the 55+ Games last weekend in Antigonish, one in the 60+ division and another in the 65+ division. Shown is the 60+ team that won Gold. In front row from left are: Jim Ryan, Bram Avery, Steve Saulnier, John Kerr, Clary Melanson and Leroy MacInnis and Roger MacKay. In back from left are: George Baird, Weldon Ferguson, Scott MacLean, Mike Sullivan, Robbie MacNaughton, Bill Waters, Colin Dorrington, Joe Decoste, Donnie Wire and Alan Leck. Missing from photo is Preston Lockhart.

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