Cleveland: Ready, set, go! Senior Games preview

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Saturday

September 7

10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Free

Open to the Public

 

WKYC's mission in bringing this expo to Cleveland is to improve the health and wellness of our viewers and to give them hands on interactive ways to get health information and have fun. There will be free health screenings like blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose. There will be a Health Forum Pavilion with Monica Robins moderating discussions on trending medical topics, area chefs cooking up health food, plus fun interactive exhibits like a climbing rock wall, golf area and soccer field.

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  • CLEVELAND -- It has been five years in the making.

    The 2013 National Senior Games arrive in Cleveland this weekend with 30,000 people expected in town throughout a two-week period.

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    Meredith Scerba with the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission says this is a great opportunity to showcase all Cleveland has to offer.

    Scerba, speaking with WKYC's Erin Kennedy on "Channel 3 News Today" early Friday morning, says it is going to be a fun experience.

    "There is nothing more inspiring to watch than these athletes. I've seen a 92-year-old man do a pole vault, a 72-year-old running a six-minute mile."

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