Sign up now for our bigger, better Cornhole Tournament on Sept. 28!

The West Irondequoit Foundation’s Cornhole Tournament is back and bigger! Last year’s inaugural event attracted 32 teams. This year’s field has expanded to 48 and the tournament has moved to a bigger venue – under the big tent at Camp Eastman, 1558 Lake Shore Blvd. It starts at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 and will be catered by Stick Lips BBQ, owned by Irondequoit High School graduate, Howie Nielsen. The entry fee of $100 for a two-person team includes dinner and one drink per person. Sign up by clicking the link below and submitting the form!

2019 Cornhole registration form

The winning team gets $1,000 and runner-up $200. Diamond Packaging is back as the major sponsor and FULL MEA5URE is our Sticky Lips food sponsor. Sponsorship levels are:

  • Board Sponsors ($1,000): Includes one tournament entry fee (with dinner/one drink per person) and a custom-made Cornhole set (boards and bags) emblazoned with a logo of your choice (plus on-site signage during the tournament).
  • Gold Sponsors ($200): Includes one tourney entry fee (with dinner/one drink per person), court sponsorship and on-site signage during the event.
  • Blue Sponsors ($50): Includes on-site signage during the event.

Please consider playing, sponsoring or donating. It’s money that goes toward education and helping West Irondequoit students. Call 336-3067 for more information or click below to see how to sponsor.

CORNHOLE SPONSORSHIP

The Foundation, a not-for-profit established in 1987, receives gifts and donations to fund programs. It underwrites teacher-initiated grants for projects, equipment and programs that cannot be supported by the WICSD’s annual budget. This year’s grants were for:

  • iPads for elementary teachers to enrich student learning
  • A digital system to administer, score and record psychological student assessments traditionally done manually.
  • Dake Junior High School’s “Breakfast Club” to foster readiness to learn for select students and create a sense of belonging to their school community.
  • Micro:bits (tiny programmable computers) to teach coding skills.