Wii Bowling at St. Charles

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    St. Charles Health Campus resident Florence Henke, center, played Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Joining the activity was fellow resident Rita Hasenour, back left, activities coordinator Patti Wigand of Jasper, and residents Margie Underhill and Ina Weisman. Wigand said the game is a matter of luck but added, "You have to be pretty quick and it gives the seniors exercise." Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus resident Florence Henke played Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus activities coordinator Patti Wigand, second from right, helped resident Margie Underhill play Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus activities coordinator Patti Wigand of Jasper helped resident Helen Fleck use the Wii remote as they bowled on the gaming system Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus resident Ruby Thimling, second from right, celebrated after a successful roll while playing Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Watching the game were residents Florence Henke, left, Margie Underhill, Ina Weisman and Ina's relative Jeanie Weisman of Jasper. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus resident Ruby Thimling was disappointed after rolling a gutter ball while playing Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Thimling said the game is not as easy as it looks but it provided good exercise for her arms and legs. Heather Rousseau/The Herald

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    St. Charles Health Campus resident Florence Henke watched as fellow residents played Nintendo Wii bowling Tuesday at the Jasper facility. Heather Rousseau/The Herald