We are super stoked to announce the addition of The Forge Social Haus’ mobile axe-throwing trailer to our inaugural Cornzizzle 4 Cancer on Saturday, June 4th, at BG’s Bar & Grill in Mountain Iron! The Forge Social Haus’ team will teach participants how to throw and conduct two challenging games throughout the day. Prizes will be given to the winners. Fees apply and will support both Angel Fund and The Forge Social Haus. To learn more about them, see www.facebook.com/theforgesocialhaus or email email@example.com. To learn more and register for Cornzizzle 4 Cancer, see www.angelfundrange.org/cornzizzle-4-cancer/ or our FB events page.
Ever hear of a Cornzizzle? It’s a cornhole term meaning a single player sinks all four bags in the hole in a single round. The term was new to us too, but we like it so much that we’ve adopted it for our next fundraiser
Angel Fund will conduct its inaugural “Cornzizzle 4 Cancer” on Saturday, June 4, at BGs Bar & Grill in Mountain Iron. The one-day competition will directly benefit area cancer patients and mark our first official fundraiser on the East Range.
Angel Fund is a nonprofit committed to providing financial assistance to Northeastern Minnesota residents facing cancer for expenses not covered by medical insurance. In 2021, we helped 163 area individuals, gifting almost $70,000 primarily by providing gas money for transportation to treatment.
Please consider sponsoring Cornzizzle 4 Cancer. Your sponsorship of $500 as a Slick Woody Sponsor; $250 as a Drain-O Sponsor; and $100 as a Cow Pie Sponsor will be recognized at the event and on social media.
Another way to help us make this event a success is by contributing an item for a raffle or purchasing a sign in honor or memory of a cancer patient. Perhaps you’d even consider participating on a team. No matter how you give, your support for Angel Fund is appreciated by those who benefit the most – those who battle cancer.
To sponsor: mail your tax-deductible sponsorship to: Angel Fund, P.O. Box 114, Hibbing, MN 55746 or pay through our website: www.angelfundrange.org/donate. Please note “Cornzizzle” and provide a contact phone number in the payment.
To donate a raffle item or purchase a sign, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 218-262-9929.
To register a team, log onto www.angelfundrange.org/cornzizzle-for-cancer.
We look forward to your response by June 1.
Thank you for all you do for others. We hope to have you as part of CORNZIZZLE 4 CANCER as a sponsor, contributor, player or attendee.
The Cornzizzle 4 Cancer Committee: Shannon Petroske, Nicole Freeman, Katie Finch, Kari Kilen, Kelly Grinsteinner, Robin Cicmil, Meghan Hodge, Angela Zavodnik & Amber Bretto
We are taking our love of cornhole competitions on the road!
Join us Saturday, June 4, at BG’s Bar & Grill in Mountain Iron for the inaugural Cornzizzle 4 Cancer, a one-day fundraiser benefitting the Angel Fund and area cancer patients.
Cornzizzle = When a single player gets four bags in the hole in a single round!!
This will be Angel Fund’s first official fundraiser on the East Range, and we are excited about it!
Games of double elimination will begin at 11 a.m. Entry fee is $60 per team and includes lunch.
Register below by midnight June 3. Up to 64 teams. No same day registration. No refunds.
Must play with bags provided at the event. Scoring is race to 21.
Payouts will be $500, $300 and $100. Fun team names, themes and costumes are encouraged.
All are invited to stop by BG’s for a burger, beverage and raffles. You do not have to play in the competition to attend.
Games will include Split the Pot and Long Toss, among others.
For questions, message us on Facebook or email email@example.com.
Angel Fund is seeking a self-driven, highly-competent executive director to lead our nonprofit organization toward favorable growth while supporting our organizational operations.
Duties for the executive director will include assisting in the management of assets, providing leadership to board members, establishing organizational goals, advising the board of directors on organizational activities, overseeing daily operations of the organization, grant writing, and assisting in promotion and planning of fundraising events.
The executive director will promote our mission, maintain positive relationships with external resources to achieve organizational goals, improve revenue, strategically plan, and enhance relationships with surrounding communities.
Our ideal candidate possesses clear communication skills, strong leadership qualities, grant writing know-how, fundraising experience, and exceptional planning and organizational skills.
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Submit your application and resume to Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, May 13.