Broadview Heights takes the title of Mind Challenge Champion for the third time in a row. They will be the team to beat next year. They played competitively and withstood a Willoughby Hills team in a tight game in the finals. Broadview Heights Team Bertschler delivers a first-place win for their senior center and all should be very proud! Congratulations Broadview Hts!
Noted Cleveland Television executive and Twinsburg resident Terry Moir will give the keynote address at the 2023 Mind Challenge Finals on June 14, 2023, at the Middleburg Hts. Senior Center.
Moir, Director of Integrative Marketing and Programming, joined WKYC in July 1998. Her current responsibilities include sales marketing and promotions, local programming, the creation and production of all local commercials, and aiding the sales team in the creation of new and non-traditional streams of revenue. She also spent three years as the station’s Marketing Director on top of her other responsibilities.
From 2008-2012, Moir was the co-host of the popular “soft rock” morning radio show “Trapper Jack and the Morning Show” on Star 102.1 where she and her colleagues took the show to number 1 in the ratings.
Prior to coming to Channel 3, Moir spent more than 17 years in news, programming, and marketing at WEWS, the ABC affiliate in Cleveland. While at Scripps Howard, Moir attended the prestigious Kellogg management training program at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. She is the proud recipient of ten local Emmy awards and one national community service Emmy award.
A holder of a Master of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University, Moir’s interests included marketing, organizational behavior, and labor relations, She is a graduate of Leadership Cleveland 2015.
Terry’s “Working at 70 and Loving It!” remarks will not only highlight her workings with Cleveland television personalities like Dorothy Fuldheim, Ted Henry, and current WKYC TV 3 celebrities but also how seniors can use their minds and enhance their lifestyle through socializing and getting involved.
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2023 Winners Broadview Hts
“It was such an honor for the City of Shaker Heights - Recreation Department to host a few rounds of this year’s Mind Challenge Trivia event. Being able to host sparked a broader interest in our senior residents and we look forward to participating next year!”
“The Mind Challenge is a great opportunity for our aging community members to exercise their brain in a fun and exciting setting.”
“Thank you! It has been a great experience to be a member of The Mind Challenge game once again for seniors. The best thing is working together with new and old friends for a common goal and enjoying the day win or lose.”
“Great job with the tournament!”
"We had so much fun working together as a team to solve a multitude of questions! I highly recommend this game to anyone 50 and over to challenge not just your mind, but to get together and have fun with people your own age."
“The Berea Mind Challenge Team had a blast playing this year! They reported it was too short and they can’t wait until next year. Not the outcome they had hoped for, but it was nice to be “perfect” at the picture questions. Best of luck to the teams who advanced. Congratulations on growing the Mind Challenge and spreading the Trivia fun to more seniors!”
‘Great Job! Look forward to next year.’
To Our Mind Challenge Crew:
“Each Year That We Host The Challenge It Keeps Getting Better!!! Our Group Is Enjoying That They Are Smarter Than Fifth Graders!!! Everything Went Super Fine.
Enjoyed All The Vendors With Their Bananas And Goodies !!!Looking Forward To 2024!!! Thanks For All Your Hard Work And Making It A Challenge!!!”
“Once again, we fell short. Once again, we had a great time participating! A big THANK YOU to you and Art for putting this all together. We’ll be back.”
“Thank you for all you do to make The Mind Challenge continue to be a success year after year. You are both terrific role models for living life with purpose! Just wanted you to know I appreciate you both.”
Enjoy some time off!
“Thank you, Art and Phil! We are glad to be a host site as well as have a participating team in this program!!”
“We look forward to next year!”
“Art, thanks for another great year of Mind Challenge. It is wonderful to see your group’s commitment to providing opportunities for seniors to use their minds, challenge themselves, compete a,nd have fun. Looking forward to more great years ahead.”
“The Mind Challenge has been such a great addition to our Streetsboro Senior Center activity schedule, and we’re so proud to be a part of things. We generally play a very non-competitive, friendly game of Trivia once a month, both for socialization and to keep our minds sharp. With the addition ofthe Mind Challenge, our group has continued to grow, as everyone is now hearing what great fun it is. I sincerely appreciate the work of Art, Phil, Lana, and the sponsors for continuing to support this amazing opportunity for our area seniors. Happy Summer to all of you, see you next year!”
Dear Art and Phil,
This letter is a way to say thank you and to offer our appreciation from S.C.O.P.E. (Senior Citizens Opportunity for Personal Endeavors) in participating in your trivia competition.
The ‘Mind Challenge for the New Majority’ is an excellent concept in keeping senior citizen’s minds stimulated with knowledge which is vital to slow down dementia issues.
The events were also fun for our seniors who played. We at SCOPE are now beginning to hold trivia times at all of our centers.
As the largest senior citizen organization with ten centers located throughout Northeast Ohio, I am happy to recommend other senior citizen centers to take advantage of this program.
All of the senior directors and event planners for making this
our best Mind Challenge to date.
The Mind Challenge for The New Majority Registered With The U.S. Patent And Trademark Office.
Trivia Game for Active Seniors Modeled After the Popular NCAA Basketball Tournament. A Trivia Host Conducts the Tournament Where Teams Compete to Advance to Each Of 6 Rounds of Competition and Can Win Cash Prizes for Their Respective Cities.
2023 marks the 5th year after tremendously successful campaigns in 2019, 2020, and 2021, and 2022 and now 2023!
Beginning Year 5 on May 9, 2023. Began In 2019 With 16 Cities and Close To 100 Participants. In Year 2, Grew To 36 Cities (Final Of 34-Two Adjacent Cities Merged into One Team) And Approximately 500 Participants. And year 3 wrapped up with 30 cities and 300 participants. Year 4 had a record number of 520 participants representing 90 teams and over 50 cities
Cash Prizes Awarded to The Final Four Cities Competing Totaling $ 5,500.00 Sponsorships Available as Vendors Are Able to Give Their Elevator Speeches Prior To Each Event-50 Separate Opportunities, Along with Website and Collateral Incentives.
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