Saturday, July 14, 2012

Trib: Mt. Lebanon games draw generations together

High school seniors and senior citizens can face off in Mt. Lebanon in the third annual “Intergenerational Games” Saturday at the new Salvation Army Community Center.

Sponsored by the nonprofit Mt. Lebanon Village, which helps aging residents remain in their homes and independent, the day of games, physical activity, food and music should draw about 200 people, said Village board member Larry Evans.

“It’s a lot of easy does-it games, done in the spirit of bringing young people and older people together,” Evans said. “The idea is, you bring the family out and you run grandpa around all day.”

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