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ROYALTY AT ANY AGE: Senior center crowns queen, king

June 28, 2013

Jackie Hake, Woodlands Senior Center executive director, presents Robert Leas (right) with his king baseball cap. Leas was named the center’s king and Gini Wright (left) was crowned queen yesterday. Post & Mail photo / Christie Barkley

COLUMBIA CITY — There are all kinds of attractions and events that take place during Old Settlers Day.

Whitley County Council on Aging has held special lunches, games and entertainment this week at its Woodlands Senior Center, Columbia City.

As part of its OSD tradition, the senior center attendees vote on a senior king and queen during the festival each year.

Yesterday, Gini Wright was crowned queen and Robert Leas was capped as king for 2013.

Wright received a bouquet of flowers and a tiara while Leas was given a baseball cap declaring him king.

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