For the more ambitious entrants, there was a one-mile walking race, horseshoe pitching, and a challenging wheelchair obstacle course. Less intensive events included darts, croquet, frisbee throwing, billiards, bean bag toss and the new favorite, video bowling. Ribbons were awarded to winners in three age groups during a luncheon that followed the games. Benson expressed his appreciation to all of the agency employees and volunteers who helped to make the event such a success. Plans are already in place to hold the 35th annual Senior Games at Pitt-Bradford next June. Here, former Coudersport resident Shirley Fleet, who now lives at Smethport’s Sena Kean Manor, was intent on a good performance in the free-throw shooting contest.