My family grew up playing horseshoes whenever we had a family gathering.  It became a right of passage for us kids when we got to play with our parents. Over the years, horseshoes have been replaced by cornhole.  I suppose it makes sense.  A little less dangerous.  Easy to transport.  And anyone could do it.  Sandbags are pretty easy to throw.

What is you could play in a sanctioned cornhole tournament, and know that 100% of the proceeds would go to help out a local charity that does so much to help others?  Well now you have that chance.

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For a little background about Open Door Service Center, they help meet the basic needs of Pettis County, MO, citizens. Through their food pantry, service center, thrift shop and soup kitchen, Open Door Service Center helps meet the basic needs of the citizens of Pettis County, Missouri. We combat hunger, unemployment, basic life needs and poverty while believing in the dignity of each and every human being.

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Each month, They provide food boxes, hot nutritious meals at our soup kitchen (417 W. Pettis), household supplies, and social services to more than 2100 families, and we also serve as a community resource center for regional aid organizations and programs.  In addition to their basic services, they accept donations of furniture, clothing, and household items at their thrift shop (612 S. Hancock), and food, hygiene products, diapers and many other items at our pantry. (111 W. 6th Street).

So get your best cornhole partner and start practicing.  Enter the tournament and you may win bragging rights, and know that the proceeds are going to an organization that does a lot to help those in need. Mark the date on your calendar.

You can also visit their website HERE for more information.

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