September 29, 2020
By Victoria Ford
Brush up on individuals cornhole (a.k.a. bean bag toss) expertise and come play at Calloways on Route 9 this Saturday in aid of the Eagleswood Volunteer Hearth Co. The firehouse requires a new roof, and customers are counting on the local community to assistance them attain that objective.
The cornhole tournament is the fireplace company’s initially work to recoup income loss owing to party cancellations brought about by COVID-19. Ordinarily, fundraisers and corridor rentals would comprise most of the fire company’s money, but rentals have fallen off fully in the absence of social gatherings. And the once-a-year motorbike race at Sahara Sand, which is normally the fire company’s biggest fundraiser of the year, was canceled this yr, including to the shortfall.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, registration for the match is from noon to 1 p.m. – $20 for every team of two – and video game perform starts at 1:30 at the new out of doors Range Bar. Contend for money prizes. There will also be a 50/50 raffle.
On top of that, the community can assistance the fire organization by collaborating in a hoagie fundraiser at On a Roll in West Creek. Make contact with a member of the hearth firm to get a $12 voucher, then on Oct. 31 consider the voucher to On a Roll for a finish lunch of hoagie (turkey and cheese or Italian), soda and chips. A different raffle, at $5 per likelihood, for a $100 Shooters Sporting Products present card and a duck decoy by carver Andrew Tonneson, will be drawn Nov. 7.
To get in on the motion, phone 609-296-5151. —V.F.