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Senior Games 2013 croquet tournament at Lawton Park, Monday.

About 50 seniors played in the 2013 Senior Games croquet tournament, Monday.

Just missing her mark

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Barb Miller just misses hitting the turning stake as she plays croquet Monday in Lawton Park. About 50 men and women participated in the event, part of the 20-day Senior Games, an event with an array of games around the city for seniors.

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