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6B May 29, 2003 Entertainment The Cuba Free Press Lions Club serves up BBQ on Mace's lot Dori Perry photo If it's Memorial Day weekend, you can always count On seeing the Cuba Lions Club out on Highway 19, cooking barbecue chicken and pork steaks. The Memorial Day BBQ is one of two major fund-raisers the club holds each year. Here, Lions John Kohne, Bud O'Leary and Don Lane check on the grilled corn. Lion Gary Killeen, the club's new president, is standing in the rear I I II II I ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE I Bluegrass Gospel | ll/LiolX IX t Saturday Night | I [l t !fl May 31 at Lighthouse  ),/,.  PentecosteFWorship Center | 1 mile west of Cuba on Hwy 77 I Singing starts at 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome | to come sing and play. Special Bluegrass | Gospel group will be appearing. ctp 5129 00U.L you CAN =AX Pancake Breakfast, cfp 5/29 (and sausage) June 1 10 am to 1 pm at Holy Cross Parish Hall Sponsored by the nit of C01.mb. 2003 Missouri State Senior Games o: :.00.00great-opportunity to get involved The Ninth Annual Missouri State Senior Games kicks off the weekend of June 19 through the 22 in Columbia, Missouri for athletes and par- ticipants aged 50 years and up. There will be opportunities to compete for medals in a vari- ety of sports and skill contests. Not only is participation in the MSSG a great reason for sen- iors to improve themselves physically, it also provides an excellent opportunity for sen- iors to interact with one anoth- er and to experience fellowship in a fun and exciting environ- ment. Jack Miles, Director of the Missouri State Senior Games, indicated that the most popu- lar events in the Senior Games are bowling, golf, running, sot- ball, swimming, and tennis because of their popularity with the senior population in general. "Bowling is a great recre- ational sport which is ideally suited for seniors," he said. "Many seniors run for exercise and physical fitness, so track and field is also a natural for them. The same is true for swimming. Swimming is prob- ably one of the best sports for maintaining overall physical fitness. You have a lesser potential for problems with the joints than you do with other sports .... so its an excellent activity for seniors." "We're trying very hard to promote and publicize the Senior Games in all areas of the state. If we are successful in getting the word out, I feel comfortable we can achieve our goal of over 1,400 participants in 2003," he said. Miles would eventually like to see as many as three to four thousand ath- letes competing in the State Games. "I think it has tremendous potential for growth because it serves a real purpose," he said. "The primary goal of the Missouri State Senior Games is to involve our senior popula- tion (the fastest growing age group in our nation) in activi- ties that will improve their are: Archery, Hors, Softball Throws - Accu Distance, Badminton Billiards-Eight Swimming, 3-on-3 Bas] Race Walk - 1.5 K & 5 I Tennis, Basketball - SL Skills Contests, Racqu Tennis, Bowling, Road R K & 10 K, Track & Cycling, Shooting - Trap, & Sporting Clays, Tri Darts Shufflebo Volleyball, Football Ttz Accuracy & Distance S Washers, Golf, Softball III I I -00Bluegrass & Country Jam Session , ,,, Every Saturday Night Starting.at 7:00 pm (Acoustic only) No children under 10 - Cuba Senior Center cfp-ffn Sd " NOW OPEN Sunday - Thursday 11 am - 10 pm Friday-Saturday 11 am -11 pm AMERICAN FAVORITES AS WELL AS SOUTHWEST OlSHES & SOON TO BE FAMOUS WINOS 320 PARK RIDGE ROAD SULUVAN " 573"060"CAFE (2233) cfp-extra 5/29 overall health and well-being. Through this program, we are encouraging seniors to become more involved in physical activities as a means of estab- lishing and maintaining a higher level of physical fitness which will ultimately enhance their quality of life." Sports included in the 2003 Missouri State Senior Games O O Cuba Optimist Club !  Annual Fishing Day' June 1, 2003 10:00 am to 12:00 Meet at VFW Hall  9:00 am to proceed 4 to Sutton Lake. Age limit 4-12 yrs. ,,/   .i: Parents accompa- #-rz, uba I fled= nfon Uolm .=ttm m.R app re, W 0rite1 q one ;e at Pitch Team =on you are interested fe If ticipating in the Missom Se tq Senior Games (MSSG), oi ti ing as a volunteer, plea |tot the MSSG office at 571 1462 or go online www.smsg.org/senior_ B Don't delay, the deadli sign-up is June 1.  TIC tia /ql w -41. LINE  ny chddren." Prizes & refeshments a,49 Ca// or 885-6159 to 885-3578 Have you heard???? ,,N TAe newe ._. Pizza & Rib Bu{'[et i now open {or Lunch 11-1:30; Dinner 5-8 M- Lunch $3.99 Weekend Lunch $4.99 M-Th Dinner $4.99 Fri & Weekend Dinner 860-386 & PIZZA PLAYHOUSE t St. James Winery Spring Festival Saturday, June 7 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Great Wine Gourmet Food Craflers / Artists Winery Tours Food Samples Wine Samples Cooking Demonstrations at 1 p.m. Fun for the whole family Visit the other wineries & enjoy their activities too[ St. James Winery - 540 Sidney St. - St. James, MO 573-265-7912 - 1-800-280-WINE (1-44 to St. James Exit, ri at Mobil) Friday Night Seafood & Crab Legs ! Bourbon Exit 218 - 5 miles Hwy N to Blue Springs Ranch 573-732-3632 or 732-5200 Now open!!! Saturday Night BBQ & Italian Buffet Fri & Sat 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm Sun. 8:00 am - 11:00 am cfp-ss 5/22,29,6/5,12 Sunday Morning Country Breakfast Buffet