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Class of 2014 Personal Best Athletes

There’s an additional definition of “personal best” that senior athletes exemplify, and that anyone can achieve. It’s not about a peak moment in time or distance in sports; it’s about overcoming challenges and obstacles, staying motivated throughout your life, and inspiring others by your example. This results in greater longevity and a healthy, active lifestyle – and that is your Personal Best!

 

 

 

 

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Class of 2014 Personal Best Athletes

Karen Newman, 52
Vivian Stancil, 67
Larry Johnson, 94
Little Big Eagle, 58
Jane Kaiser, 65
Dr. Granville Coggs, 88
Ethel Lehmann, 84
Ruby Rott, 80
Jerry LeVasseur, 76
Irma DeMarzo, 76

 

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Classic News Read

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Soaring Inspiration

Version : March 12, 2014 
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For the Love of the Game

Version : March 12, 2014 
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Targeting the Heart

Version : March 12, 2014 
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Forever 21

Version : March 12, 2014 
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Extra-Ordinary

Version : April 11, 2014 
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The Show Must Go On

Version : May 31, 2014 
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Going Great Lengths

Version : June 7, 2014 
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By the Numbers

Version : June 20, 2014 
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Full Cycle

Version : August 19, 2014 
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Serving Others

Version : September 6, 2014 

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11 November 2018
Athlete of the Month
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26 October 2018
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