Presenting the torch today, we have Howard and Luanne Booth. Howard and Luanne both participate in the 75 to 79 age group in the track and field events. The Senior Olympics is a chance to get a lot of healthy, like-minded folks together and it’s all kind of coordinated around a healthy lifestyle and a good quality of life. We’re still alive and enjoying ourselves. We aren’t just over the hill. I’ll take you out there and outrun 90% of this crowd. This is a serious competition. It’s all about just keeping moving and never stopping never giving up. The Michigan Senior Olympics is a nonprofit organization for people ages 50 and over. Some of our most popular events include track and field swimming we’re out here at cycling today, but we offer almost 30 different events during our Summer games. Blue Cross sponsors the Senior Olympics. It’s not only a great community event, but it’s provided us the opportunity to have our employees volunteer as well. We at Blue Cross know that regular physical activity is vital for healthy aging and we also know that by age 75 one in three men and one in two women engage in no physical activity at all. So staying active helps prevent manage or even delay some of those chronic diseases that face adults 50 years and older. In the 65 to 69 age group, our gold medalist at the time of nine minutes 2.9 seconds, Sue Lions. You can start slowly. I encourage people, go go walk 15 minutes a day if that’s all you can do. There’s something for everybody and then when you do well and bring home a medal, it’s just really nice justification for all the work. I’m more fit these days than I was ever. I was 62 in my first race. I’m most proud that I’ve won the World Championship in my age group in pole vaulting. Alot of people don’t pole vault because it’s scary – running with a stick as fast as you can poking in the ground and hanging onto it. Winning a medal is a really good feeling, I mean, I got the metal because I showed up and I lived long enough. Okay, if you can outlive everyone else you got it made. Hows that?