"Oh we're playing 42."
Betty McSpadden explains, "There's so many activities. We have line dancing, bridge club. People play bridge all week long. There's different categories of bridge, and of course there's the pool room. We have table tennis three times a week, and we have exercise classes two times a week."
Betty says her favorite activity is playing table tennis, which she's played for 40 years and it can get competitive.
"I don't pout too much when I lose," laughs Betty.
Phyllis Brant says this is her first time at the center, "Well I just moved here from Redmond, WA two months ago and I met my friend Beth who's playing in the other games and we decided to come here today to check it out and I'm having a blast."
"We have a lot of fun here. We're a bunch of little old men trying to have fun," explains Robert Treadwell.
"It's a great organization, and what we like to promote is to get people out of the house. Just sitting and watching TV can be fun every once and while but it gets old and we encourage 55 and over to come down and join us and play with us," explains Betty.
Grace Haddocks says, "I love to play 42, but my favorite part is the people, because I am a people person. I love people, and I've loved this place since 1980."
When Andy Bourassa was asked what advice he would like to pass down to the younger generation, he said, "To get and do things that they should do. Not drugs and drinking and all."
"What would I like to pass to the younger generation... listen to your parents."
"Ya to like 14. Grandparent... It's too hard to raise kids these days. I don't know how people raise one kid," says Andy.
"Well, you really should have grandkids first and kids second. They're more fun, spoil them and send them home, or put them in a drawer or something," explains Robert.
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