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News : Fund Raiser Set For Green Hills Women's Shelter
Posted by Randy on 2014/2/10 10:02:26 (873 reads) News by the same author

A bean bag toss tournament is scheduled in Trenton in may to raise money for the Green Hills Women's Shelter.

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The event, called the Mean Bean Toss Tournament, is sponsored by the women's shelter and hosted by Trenton Hy-Vee. It's May 3rd, beginning at 10 o'clock in the morning, in the Hy-Vee parking lot and Citizen's Bank drive through area. Organizers say the event would be moved to the North Central Missouri Fair barns if the weather is inclement.

There are divisions for adults, and another for youths ages 10 through 17.

The adults division has cash prizes. 1st place is $200, 2nd place $150, and 3rd place $100.

The youth division for persons ages 10 through 17 will have non cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.

In the division for persons 18 and older, there are to be 2 man teams and 2 women teams. The entry fee is $25.

The entry fee for 2 person teams in the youth division is $10. Those teams are to have 1 male and 1 female.

Participants toss a bean bag towards an elevated board that has a hole in it.

Entries can be made at Hy-Vee Wine and Spirits. Entry forms are available on the Green Hills Women's Shelter website greenhillswomensshelter.net. Select the upcoming events option. Entry forms also are to be in the Trenton Republican Times.

Completed forms are to be taken to Hy-Vee Wine and Spirits, Farmers State Bank, or the
Trenton Police Department.

Questions can be directed to Dave Bain, Rex Ross, Cathie Smith, or Barbara Spencer.

Businesses can be sponsors for $250. Sponsorships include 1 entry fee and 1 toss board to decorate with the businesses' logo.

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