Baldy’s Barbeque Hosts 9th Annual Cornhole Classic

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On Saturday, September 22nd , Baldy’s Barbeque in Redmond will host its ninth annual Cornhole Classic and pig roast to benefit Deschutes County Search and Rescue Foundation. The tournament
will be held from 1pm -4pm at Baldy’s Redmond location at 343 NW 6th St in Redmond “This is a great opportunity to host a fun competition that has a growing base in Central Oregon,” notes Baldy’s Barbeque Owner, Brian Dioguardi. “We are also excited to see the bulk of the proceeds benefit Deschutes County Search and Rescue Foundation and to support the vital services they provide to the
community.”

Cornhole, a simple yet addictive pastime with Midwestern origins, is growing in popularity in the Northwest. Its mainstay is fall and the football season, when cornhole is also known as “tailgate toss”. The game is simple: Players throw beanbags (purists throw bags filled with corn kernels) at two angled wooden platforms with holes in the middle that face each other at an approximate distance of 27 feet. If the bag lands on the board: 1 point.  If the bag goes through the hole: 3. The first individual or team of two, that reaches 21 points wins.

“When the Bend Radio Group and Baldy’s Barbeque approached us about the tournament we were excited about the opportunity,” states Ed Busch, board member with the Deschutes County Search and Rescue Foundation. “This is going to be a great event and we appreciate the support from the community.”

Register at any Baldy’s Barbeque location in Central Oregon. For a $50 registration fee, teams of two will compete for cash prizes and bragging rights. A Baldy’s BBQ lunch is included with your registration fee.

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