Arvada-Jefferson Kiwanis Club hosts 2nd Annual 'Tossin’ 4 Tots’

Cornhole tourney benefits local children’s charities

Staff Report
Posted 10/6/21

For the second year in a row, the Arvada-Jefferson Kiwanis Club held its "Tossin 4 Tots" cornhole tournament fundraiser at the Allen House Pavilion. The Oct. 2 event benefitted local …

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Arvada-Jefferson Kiwanis Club hosts 2nd Annual 'Tossin’ 4 Tots’

Cornhole tourney benefits local children’s charities

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For the second year in a row, the Arvada-Jefferson Kiwanis Club held its "Tossin 4 Tots" cornhole tournament fundraiser at the Allen House Pavilion. The Oct. 2 event benefited local children’s charities. More than 60 attendees came out to try their hand at the popular lawn game and bid on the Kiwanis Club’s silent auction items.

After paying an entry fee, participants were able to enter into a competitive and a noncompetitive division of their choosing. The winners of the competitive bracket were awarded a door prize of Umali, a novelty hip bowling game.

Proceeds from the event went to local children’s charities including Ralston House, Community Table, Mother’s Milk Bank and local Title I schools.

Kiwanis Club President Michael Stahl said the "Tossin’ 4 Tots" event came about last summer as a replacement for the club’s annual bowling tournament, which had to be shelved due to the COVID-10 pandemic.

“Last year we raised over $7,000, and we have more teams this year than we did last year,” said Stahl. “It’s a great opportunity to enjoy a nice sunny afternoon and a sense of community and raise money for the kids."

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