Sey­mour’s best minds com­pete in trivia night

Seymour Telegraph - - KIDS SPEAK -

St Mary’s hall re­cently buzzed to the sound of the Ro­tary Club of Sey­mour’s an­nual trivia night, which chal­lenged minds from all walks of life.

Play­ers filled about 20 ta­bles to com­pete with each other for some won­der­ful prizes, but also for the sat­is­fac­tion as­so­ci­ated with hav­ing the best minds in Sey­mour.

Quiz­mas­ter Ian Moore led 195 peo­ple through their paces, pos­ing ques­tions about gen­eral knowl­edge, mu­sic, films and both well-known and lesser-known celebri­ties.

Now the money is counted and the ex­penses paid, Sey­mour Ro­tary can an­nounce it made $9500 from the night.

Ro­tary would like to say thanks to the com­mu­nity for com­ing along and do­nat­ing prizes for the night.

The money will be used to sup­port the drought re­lief ($2629) and the youth pro­grams in­clud­ing lit­er­acy and lead­er­ship within the Sey­mour com­mu­nity.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit­tary­sey­ or like Ro­tary Club of Sey­mour on Facebook.


Buzzing: The Ro­tary Club of Sey­mour’s an­nual trivia night was a packed house.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.