Play Makers, a group of young professionals supporting United Services for Children, is excited to announce an inaugural Cornhole Tournament in support of children with disabilities. The tournament will take place on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 at The Meadows in Lake Saint Louis, the future home of the Midwest Children’s Museum! You are invited to be a part of this fun event and support children with special needs.

Cornhole is a fun team sport gaining popularity throughout the nation. Players toss a bean bag (or corn-filled bag) at a cornhole box – a colorful raised platform with a hole on the far end. Teams score points if a bag lands on the cornhole box or goes inside the hole.

This is a brand new event for United Services for Children, a nonprofit agency that has supported families throughout the community for more than 40 years. United Services provides early intervention, pediatric therapy and family support services. The agency’s programs help children with developmental delays maximize their strengths so they can reach their full potential.

Register a team and enjoy the event Sept. 22. Or become a sponsor and help make a difference in your community. Or do both! To find out more, contact Emily Wanner at 636-926-2700, ext. 303.