McIntoshes of Woodward win first Perry Optimist Club tickets

Terry and Michelle McIntosh of Woodward -- Missy Terry McIntosh to their Facebook friends -- were the first winners of the Perry Optimist Club-sponsored trivia contest. The McIntoshes won two free tickets to an Iowa Wolves game.

Donations of cans and bottle at the Perry Optimist Club can corral, located on the east wall of the Blue Jay Market at 2810 Willis Ave., help local kids with scholarships and other Perry Optimist Club benefits. Photo courtesy Perry Optimist Club

Terry and Michelle McIntosh of Woodward were the first winners Sunday night of a Perry Optimist Club contest featuring free tickets to an Iowa Wolves basketball game.

The McIntoshes’ Facebook profile, Terry Missy McIntosh, was the first to answer correctly the question: When and where was the first official Optimist Club founded? by saying the first official Optimist Club was founded in Buffalo, N.Y. in 1911.

The McIntoshes were happy winners.

“We haven’t been to a Wolves game yet,” said Missy Terry, “but we went to several Iowa Energy games.”

The Iowa Wolves, a Western Conference G League team associated with the Minnesota Timberwolves, were formerly known as the Iowa Energy.

“We’re looking forward to seeing them play,” Missy Terry said.

The Perry Optimist Club has two more pairs of tickets to give away, so readers of must be alert.


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