See Ya Later Foundation hosts trivia night fundraiser on March 27

  • Saturday, March 2, 2019 10:46pm
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The See Ya Later Foundation hosts a trivia night fundraiser on Wednesday, March 27 at the Auburn Golf Course, 29630 Green River Road SE.

The family friendly event is from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. It benefits the SYL’s Scott Banke Memorial Scholarship program, which provides scholarships to local students who are impact makers in the community.

There will be a silent raffle and a dessert dash as well. The silent raffle is $5 per ticket or 10 for $40. The table that donates the most cash gets first choice of desserts. The dash will continue until all the desserts are claimed.

Teams of four to eight players work together to decide on their answers and strategize the optimal use of the point values. Space is limited to 120 players.

Cost is $40 per person and includes dinner catered by Bogey’s.

There will be a no-host bar.

Special thanks to goes to event sponsor: Painting With a Twist.

Registration is open at seeyalater.ejoinme.org.


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