SYL Foundation hosts trivia challenge fundraiser

  • Tuesday, March 20, 2018 5:55pm
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The See Ya Later Foundation hosts a “back to the ’70,’80s and ’90s” trivia challenge fundraiser on Tuesday, March 27 at the Auburn Golf Course, 29630 Green River Road SE.

The family friendly event is from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

The event benefits the SYL’s Scott Banke Memorial Scholarship program, which is providing five $1,500 scholarships to graduating seniors. The foundation seeks to find local impact makers in the community and encourages students to apply now and submit their resume and letter of reference by visiting seeyalater.org.

Teams of four to eight players work together to decide on their answers and strategize the optimal use of the point values. Contestants will be quizzed on questions related to the three decades.

Cost is $40 per person and includes a chicken and rib dinner, a silent raffle and a dessert dash. The table that donates the most cash gets first choice of desserts. The dash will continue until all the desserts are claimed.

There will be a no-host bar.

Registration is open at seeyalater.org and on Facebook.

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