Cornhole Tournament to Benefit the Homeless

March 23, 2019 South Easton $36.00 0
(Photo: jamphoto14/iStock)
(Photo: jamphoto14/iStock)

Temple Chayai Shalom invites all to an evening of fun to benefit the Massachusetts homeless population.

This event, hosted by the Temple’s TORCH (Tikkun Olam Respect Caring Healing) Committee, is a double-elimination cornhole competition, also known as a bean-bag toss.

Teams will compete to toss the corn bags into holes in various platforms. It promises to be great fun!

This fundraiser has a $36/team entry fee and all participants should bring an appetizer or dessert. Each team must have at least one TCS member.

The tournament is open to all TCS members and friends of members and is limited to 32 teams of two people each.

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Fact Sheet
When
Saturday, March 23, 2019, 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where
Temple Chayai Shalom
239 Depot St
South Easton, MA 02375
Organized By
Price
$36.00 Per team

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