If you love the classic backyard bbq game of Cornhole, you're gonna love this tournament. Green Mountain Crossfit is throwing down the gauntlet for the third year running. Bring yourself and a teammate and try to be the team that gets the most bags in the hole. Sounds easy, right?
This fundraiser for Green Mountain United Way is a double elimination bracket to see who has the best Cornhole game in town. $50 Registration per team and all profits go to GMUW. One person should register your team and be prepared to provide a team name on game day!
July 6, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM
576 East Main St.
Hyde Park, VT 05655 US
The winning team will receive the title of 2018 Vermont CornFIT Champions, their names on the official Tournament plaque, and a custom trophy.
“We are always surprised by the creative ways that our local community finds to support our agency, and this is no exception! Green Mountain Crossfit has always been such an exceptional supporter of Green Mountain United Way and we are thrilled to be a part of the tournament again, and this time we’re hoping to field some United Way teams that win!” said Tawnya Kristen, Executive Director of Green Mountain United Way. “One of main initiative areas is Health and when GMCF came up with the notion of combining a game that anyone is able to play with a bit of competition and community building, I knew we wanted to be a part of it! The success of last year’s event has us looking forward to more fun in August.“
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About Green Mountain United Way: Green Mountain United Way is a Vermont not-for-profit organization in operation since 1976. They work to improve the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community in Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans and Washington Counties by mobilizing the caring power of communities around our region to advance the common good. No other single organization has the scope and influence to bring together human service agencies, government, businesses, private foundations and dedicated volunteers around a common vision of creating maximum impact and achieving long-lasting results.