Mt. Vernon Boy Hosting Cornhole Tournament For Type 1 Diabetes – wkdq.com

Mt. Vernon Boy Hosting Cornhole Tournament For Type 1 Diabetes – wkdq.com

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Cornhole…it's America's new favorite pastime. It's also a great reason for the community to come together for an amazing cause.
Ian Carlberg is an 11-year-old boy from Mt. Vernon, Indiana who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes on December 23, 2014. Since his diagnosis, life has changed for Ian and his family, but that hasn't stopped Ian from living his best life. At the same time, Ian's mission is to find a cure for this disease. As someone whose family has a major history of Diabetes, I fully support Ian and his cause.
That's why Ian and his family are going to be hosting a cornhole tournament for the fourth year now, with all proceeds going toward the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). JDRF is an organization for ALL ages, and ALL stages of this disease, not just for childhood Diabetes, that is working to find a cure for Diabetes.
The 4th Annual Cornhole Tournament will be held at Froggy's Restaurant & Sports Bar in Wadesville on Saturday, May 14th. Teams of two who wish to play can be a part of this cornhole tournament for a $40 entry fee. Check-ins and warm-ups will begin at 1:00 p.m. and the tournament itself will begin at 2:00. Again, all proceeds will benefit JDRF, and if you are participating, there is a cash prize for the top team. Not only will there be the cornhole tournament itself, but Ian's mother, Glenna, tells me that there will be a lot of fun and entertainment at the event as well.
Again, all proceeds go to help JDRF find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes on behalf of Ian. You can find out more by visiting the cornhole tournament event page on Facebook.

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