Elks Lodge plans redneck olymhicks


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The Sussex Elks Lodge No. 2288 will hold a redneck olymhicks on Saturday, Oct. 4 at the lodge, located at 152 Lewisburg road in Sussex.

The rain date will be Oct. 5, starting at 11 a.m.

Games will included such as a truck pull, hubcap fling, plunger race, breakin' stuff, toilet filling, hay-bale Chucking, corn hole toss, cigarette butt flicking, a chicken in every pot, beer can hunt, toilet seat horseshoes and much more. People are invited to form teams up to ten people, ages 16 and above.

Registration will be $10 per person. Activities will be available for younger kids at $5 a child. For those who just want to come and watch, there will be a $2 admission fee,

The Road Kill Cafe will have a variety of "back-country vittles" for purchase. A trophy will be awarded for teams, so register early to secure a spot.

Contact Carol Lee Spages at 973-383-0731 or clspages@earthlink.net. Proceeds from the day will support the lodge so it may continue to provide community service to children with special needs, drug awareness programs for youth, helping veterans and other outreach programs.

New members always are welcome.




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