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Mary Davis, 72, eldest member of Special Olympics USA and bocce veteran

An accident cost Mary Davis a couple of her fingers. But the 72-year-old says it doesn’t bother her and she’s proven just how tough she is as the oldest member of Special Olympics USA. 122 more words

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Goldfield Stage Bocce Bash at Liberty Station

Join us at Liberty Station on Saturday, August 1st for the inaugural Goldfield Stage Bocce Bash.  This fundraiser for the San Diego Bowl Game Association will feature round-robin bocce tournament play, live entertainment, beer provided by New Belgium, and more!  11 more words

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Bonus Bath Photos

And here are the photos that I failed to add to previous posts/didn’t fit in elsewhere.

London next! 80 more words

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"S" is for Sports - The A to Z of Raising Global Citizens

I am very excited to be taking part in the A to Z  of Raising Global Citizens – a series that began on June 1st and will run through June 26th on a multicultural blog called:  1,107 more words

Day 1

I arrive in Philadelphia, bleary eyed, anxious and ready to get rid of the four bags of “essentials” I have in tow. After grabbing my bags I take out my phone to call an Uber and text my roommate* who will hopefully be letting me in (I don’t have keys to the house yet). 332 more words

"Bocce, Anyone?"

Bocce is a competitive sport, a strategic game, and a leisurely pastime, all rolled into one ever-popular activity. Dating back to the Roman Empire, bocce, in all its derivations, has since captured the hearts of players and spectators the world over, no matter the age or skill level, where the objective is to roll balls on a court as close to a target ball as possible to score points. 515 more words

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Bocce

Occasionally I like to shoot film, it’s just fun. This restaurant is in old town Cottonwood, AZ and was the site of a family gathering prior to my niece’s wedding.   20 more words

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