Reindeer Games coming to The Foundry Cinema and Bowl
Grand Futures Prevention Coalition has announced an exciting new bowling game in town, where everyone gets to play. This event will tap into a popular pastime to provide community entertainment and help support a Grand County nonprofit.
It will celebrate the season as well as raise funds for Grand Futures, which is the only dedicated source of substance abuse prevention in the area. All businesses, their employees, and all community members are invited to a night of fun and folly, no matter your bowling skill level.
On Monday, Nov. 30, eight teams of four will compete for first place and bragging rights while hoping to avoid the Misfit Prize for last place. A team of four can be made up of individuals from your business, your friends and family.
Prizes up to four places will be awarded to the team with the most holiday spirit and for best costumes. Prizes will also be awarded to the team which collects the most pledges.
Registration includes: bowling shoes, two free soft drinks each and two chances to win “stuffed stocking.“ Bring three non-perishable food items and receive and extra chance to win “stuffed stocking.” Don’t forget to bring extra cash to purchase tickets in the arms length raffle to win other amazing gifts to put under your Christmas tree.
Registrations with team name and pledge money are due on Nov. 23. Visit http://www.jubileenonprofit.events to request a registration form. The cost is $400 per team.
Businesses are invited to sponsor teams or a bowling lane and donate items for the silent auction by calling Kacey at Jubilee Events at 970-389-0818 or by emailing email@example.com.
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