We got kids (4 year old Elara), a dog (Tippy), a Oklahoma Senior Games Volunteer (Stephanie Peters) & A Oklahoma Senior Games Track & Field competitor (Regina Stewart ) along with being the President & Volunteer Coordinator for the Oklahoma Senior Games and “Yes” they are all Family expect “Tippy” she is your host Robin Gunn’s four legged family!
Elara Julene Law and Her Ganny Regina Stewart. Elara is 4 years old & her Favorite color is pink, she likes unicorns and playing. Elara reads and loves doing crafts, She knows her ABC’ and numbers and Elara added … I love every thing about Senior Games just a much as “My Little Pony” books!
Regina Stewart (Ginny & Mama!) is a athlete in track and field as well as the President and Volunteer Coordinator of the Oklahoma Senior Games!
After retiring from ATT with 31 years in 2013, Regina joined a group of athletes and others to reinstate Oklahoma Senior, after qualifying out off state for for Nationals in Kansas in 2013. I have attended 6 Nationals, 4 top 10, 13 All American. I enjoy watching women sports and staying active and spending time with family. A active precinct official for Cleveland County for last 10 years, mother grandmother, auntie and friend. . I have spent the last 4 years with my granddaughter Elara, who has helped with the Senior Games since she was 3 months old starting with the Oklahoma Senior Games!
Stephanie Peters Is the Daughter to Regina Stewart & Aunt to Elara and a 8 year Volunteer to The Oklahoma Senior Games! Stephanie Peters Elementary Special Education teacher for Norman Public Schools. This will be her 8th year in Special Education, and her 6th year at Jackson Elementary. She loves volunteering because it brings so much joy to see mature people still going. “It gives me hope for my future. Anything I can do to help encourage them, and or help celebrate them is the least I can do.”
Phone Number for Oklahoma Senior Games (405) 821 – 1500
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Nadine Walter works for OKDHS Community Living, Aging and Protective Services where she provides communications support and oversees Several Federal and State funded grants that provide resources to seniors, individuals with special needs, and their family caregivers. n
Talena Ford is the Programs Supervisor with Community Living, Aging and Protective Services at OKDHS. Talena manages federal and state-funded grants providing support and resources to individuals with special needs and their family caregivers. The grants support home and community-based resources so individuals can live at home in a less costly and preferr3ed environment. To contact Telana, please email Talena.Ford@okdhs.org
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