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Warm weather no match for Kornhole for Kids Sake Saturday

Although it was a warmer day in Door County, many teams and people showed up to Apple Valley Lanes in Sturgeon Bay for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Kornhole for Kids’ Sake event. 

 

A full bracket of all ages showed how important the event was, and the cornhole was just the start of the entire day. A smaller board for kids prizes, a raffle to win prizes from businesses who sponsored the event, and a “korn roast” to give the competitors and the people watching some food to eat as well. Big Brothers Big Sisters Door County Coordinator Patty O’Rourke said the event has grown each year since making it a cornhole tournament instead of bowling, and says this year was no different. 

 

 

The teams of the tournament were competing for a grand prize of 250 dollars and overall bragging rights. The proceeds of this event all stay in Door County, as with Kornhole for Kids’ Sake being the biggest fundraiser of the year for Big Brothers Big Sisters the money goes towards the one-on-one matching and coordination to get the “bigs” and “littles” together at no cost to either person. 

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