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Knights of Columbus to host cornhole tournament Sept. 24 during Crosslake Days

Players can join the Champion or Friends & Family levels to play and win prizes

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CROSSLAKE — The Knights of Columbus of Crosslake and Emily will host a cornhole tournament Saturday, Sept. 24, during Crosslake Days.

The Tournament will take place on Pioneer Drive between Ace Hardware and Reed's Market.

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Champion level top prize is $1,000. Team entry fee is $100.

Family & Friends level top 3 teams will receive a bucket of gifts. Team entry fee is $40.

For more information and registration, visit kc9657.mnknights.org and click on "Upcoming Events."

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All net proceeds will be donated to the Knights of Columbus charitable organizations.

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