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    Nursing Homes and the Wee Game!
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    foodadvenger posted:
    My neighbor moved into the local nursing home and when i have been to visit they are playing bowling and bingo on the wee. I thought that was cool to see the elderly playing a video game like my teen. They were up taking turns bowling while I was there. I was glad to see them all so happy, standing, and swinging there arms as they bowled like in a real life game. Great exercise They have dancing games to that teach you hip hop, u name it. Thought you all might enjoy knowing this! Steph
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