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The 55 Plus Games Society’s motto is Stay Active.

The Prince Edward Island 55 Plus Games Society Inc. is a community based volunteer and not-for-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors and is comprised of citizens interested in the objects and purpose of the society. It was established in 1997 and incorporated in 2003. The Society is affiliated with the Canadian Senior Games Association.


Board of Directors


Executive Director: Victoria Leard



Executive Members

President: Susan Dalziel

Vice President: Dhuey Pratt

Treasurer: Frank Sams

Secretary: Anne Singer

Past President: Kim Knight-Picketts

Board Members

Western Region: Vacant

Summerside & Area: Cathy Montgomery

Charlottetown & Area: Ensor McNeill

Eastern Region: Sara Deveau

Director at Large (Canada Games Provincial Rep): Kim Knight-Picketts

Director at Large: Ernie Stavert

Director at Large: Robert Bryant


History of the PEI 55+ Games Society

The Prince Edward Island 55+ Games Society was formed in 1997 through the initiative of Ted Lawlor and Sharon (Knox) Renner.

The first games were held in Kensington in 1998. We currently organize both Winter and Summer Games which are held annually. Past host communities have been: West Prince, Summerside, Borden, Cavendish Resort Municipality, Cornwall, Charlottetown, Stratford, and Montague.

Currently the Summer Games are held in September while the Winter Games are held in February and rotate among Summerside, Cornwall, Charlottetown, and Stratford.

We also support regional games in Eastern Kings and West Prince.


Participants in the PEI Games may register for as many events as the schedule permits. Events frequently offered at the Winter Games are: Curling, Hockey, Squash, Swimming, Badminton, Auction 45s, Crokinole, 5 Pin Bowling, Cross Country Skiing, Cribbage, 8 Ball, Darts, Duplicate Bridge, Scrabble, Skating (predicted time), & Walking (predicted time).

Events frequently offered at the Summer Games are: Golf, 5 Pin Bowling, Darts, Cribbage, Cycling (predicted and time trial), Walking (predicted steps), Auction 45s, Road Race (running), Horseshoes, Washer Toss, Crokinole, Contract Bridge, Slo-Pitch Softball, and Bocce.

The Games generally have entertainment, food, and social events.

The PEI 55+ Games Society is governed by a 10 member board of directors which has representation from all across PEI. The board meets 9-10 times a year.