Marvin Dahl, right, laughs while  playing bridge with, from left, Paul Cutler, 80; B.J. Ogden, 69, and Don Wilbur, 85, at University Place Senior Center in University Place on Tuesday. In 2017, the city will no longer pay for  recreation programs like its many senior activities.
Marvin Dahl, right, laughs while playing bridge with, from left, Paul Cutler, 80; B.J. Ogden, 69, and Don Wilbur, 85, at University Place Senior Center in University Place on Tuesday. In 2017, the city will no longer pay for recreation programs like its many senior activities. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer
Marvin Dahl, right, laughs while playing bridge with, from left, Paul Cutler, 80; B.J. Ogden, 69, and Don Wilbur, 85, at University Place Senior Center in University Place on Tuesday. In 2017, the city will no longer pay for recreation programs like its many senior activities. Lui Kit Wong Staff photographer

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