Who will win the Game of Towns?
Sunday, May 20, 2018
The event is a series of good-natured games of skill, knowledge and chance pitting people living in the Crosby-Ironton school district against people living in the rival Aitkin School District. The events will include a nine-hole golf scramble, a tug-of-war battle, trivia contest, golf ball finding competition and more. After the games are completed, there will be a dinner and raffle.
ALL PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE READING PROGRAMS AT CUYUNA RANGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN CROSBY-IRONTON AND RIPPLESIDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN AITKIN.
How do we determine a winner?
Game of Towns Points will be awarded to winning teams and competitors. The school community with the most will be declared the Game of Towns Champion and receive a traveling trophy, and perhaps a chance to sit in the Iron Ore Throne. If you didn’t already notice, this is themed on the hit HBO show Game of Thrones. Hopefully there will be less violence and nudity in our little event.
In addition to Game of Towns Points, competitors and teams can earn additional donations to their school’s reading fund by winning competitions.
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GAME OF TOWNS SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Good fun. Great Cause.
Proceeds benefit The Ruttger’s Enhanced Reading Fund (RERF), Ruttger’s charitable outreach that raises funds for the elementary reading programs at Rippleside Elementary in Aitkin and Cuyuna Range Elementary School in Crosby-Ironton. The funds are used by the schools to buy books and support reading programs. You can learn more about RERF here… https://ruttgers.com/ruttgers-reading-fund