J-Hawks Tournament Fundraiser October 20

The J-Hawks are super excited to be offering a fun cornhole toss tournament at Williams Center on Sunday, October 20th.
Registration is $30 per team (2 player teams).  This tournament is double elimination. 50% of Registration fees will be paid out: payout goes to 10% of all teams registered (i.e. if 30 teams register, top 3 teams receive payout)

CORPORATE – ORGANIZATION – CLUB – TEAM CHALLENGE:
The company or organization that has the highest participation will receive a Jimmy John’s lunch for 10 people.

The proceeds from this tournament benefit the J-Hawk Aquatic Club.  We are a 501(c)3 organization which provides both swim lessons and competitive swimming.  We do not turn any family away due to lack of funds.
Food and Beverages will be available for purchase throughout the event.  We will be hosting a raffle with fun baskets of all kinds.  Plus, you will be able to ‘get down’ to some fun music throughout the tournament.

Current Items (still receiving donations to auction off or create baskets with):
100th Anniversary Autographed Packers Football
Tickets to the Milwaukee Admirals
Beer Baskets (must be 21 to enter & receive)
Wine Baskets (must be 21 to enter & receive)
I’ve Got a Sweet Tooth Basket
Fanatico’s Basket (check out this beautiful basket) =>

Handcrafted Signs
Handcrafted Christmas Cards
Gift Certificates to Culvers
Gift Certificates to Domino’s Pizza
Gift Certificate to Jessica’s Restaurant
See more on runsignup!

Event Day Registration is $35 …register your team early for only $30
     On-site registration starts at 10am – games start after seeding is completed.  
     Pre-registered teams will be emailed the time to be at the event.
Please feel free to contact Rita at 920-344-0573 with any questions.
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