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Cornhole Tournament

09/01/2015 11:15PM ● Published by Nancy Babin

Get ready to throw corn for a good cause!  

Connecting Kids will be having its first annual Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, October 10 at the Mullet Festival grounds in Niceville.  Come out and enjoy a day of amateur cornhole, food, snow cones and activities for the kids!  The registration fee is only $40 per two-person team.  Check-in for the event begins at 9 am and tournament play starts at 10.  There will be a three-game minimum for all teams, with the top teams advancing to a single elimination round.  There will be t-shirts and swag bags for all participants along with great prizes for the first- and second-place teams.  Bring your chairs and come have a great time.

All event proceeds will support Connecting Kids’ Impact Goals for 2016.  Their mission is to bring together children of all abilities through inclusive playgrounds and engaging community events.    They are passionate about celebrating the abilities of all children and fostering friendships and compassion for differences.  The deadline to enter is October 3, so register early!  For more information about the event, sponsorship opportunities or to register your team, visit www.connectingkids.net and click on the Events tab.  

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