At a Moreland Hills City Council meeting, State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Independence) recently presented commendations to local residents for participating in the National Senior Games. Other municipalities represented in the games include constituents from Brecksville, Broadview Heights, Chagrin Falls, Gates Mills, Highland Heights, Hunting Valley, Independence, Lyndhurst, Moreland Hills and Solon.

The 2013 National Senior Games were held in Cleveland, Ohio from July 19th - August 1st. The NSGA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting healthy and active lifestyles for athletes ages 50 and over. The NSGA is a recognized multi-sport organization of the United State Olympic Committee, comprised of 49 member organizations and two Association Member Organizations that conduct state or national competitions, which seek to serve as qualifiers for the National Senior Games. It is estimated that 11,000 athletes from all across the country came to Cleveland to participate.

“I was pleased to have so many talented gold and silver medaling constituent athletes participate in the games,” said Rep Anielski. “The games brought 11,000 athletes from around the world to Cleveland and the surrounding communities.”

The National Senior Games, which consists of 19 different sports, is the largest multi-sport event in the world for seniors. More information can be found at the following website:

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