Date: Oct. 9, 2012
Contact: Carol Connelly, Director,
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PNC Students Organize Costumes'N Cornhole Fundraiser
Westville – Purdue University North Central students in the Organizational Leadership Team Development class will host a Costumes'N Cornhole fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 28 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Canine Country Club at 3554 Sturdy Road, Valparaiso, to help support the Porter County Animal Shelter.
Activities will include a cornhole tournament with an entry fee of $20 per team. The event has a 32-team maximum. A variety of prizes will be awarded.
Registration can be completed at the Costumes ‘N Cornhole Facebook page.
Pets are welcome to attend. There will be a costume contest for humans and animals with an entry fee of $5 for Humans and $2 for animals. Prizes will be awarded to the winner. A photographer will be taking photos too.
Homemade dog treats and pet toys will be for sale.
Students in the Team Development class, taught by Dr. E. Anne Christo-Baker, assistant professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership, are asked to complete a community service project and David Hefty, of Valparaiso; Megan Dwyer, of Valparaiso; Tom Glenn, of North Judson and Rebecca Tucker, of Valparaiso, decided to complete a project that would help animals. The students will donate all proceeds from their event to the Porter County Animal Shelter.
Further information can be obtained at the Costumes ‘N Cornhole Facebook page or via email at email@example.com.