Brain games

A group from the Senior Center at Ashland City competes in the 2015 Senior Brain Games. The team finished in second place and is preparing to compete again this summer.

The Senior Center at Ashland City is preparing to participate in the “Senior Brain Games,” a competition among senior centers in Tennessee.

A team includes four members, two alternates and cheerleaders.  In 2015, the team from Ashland City finished second in the state.

Senior Center Director Melissa Womack said that the opening round of the competition is scheduled for August. A trivia training session will be held June 11.  Training will take place weekly until just before the event.

The senior center is looking for coaching assistants that would be interested and available to help the team prepare.

A coach can create questions that focus on facts, dates, events and other information about a variety of topics.

Those interested in coaching the team can contact Womack at (615) 792-3629.

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