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Join us for the first C3 Corn Hole Tournament extravangaza! Bring your lawn chairs, portable grills, some meat to grill, and get ready for an enjoyable day filled with flying bags and fierce (yet sweet) competition. There will be concessions available, lawn games and quality corn hole entertainment!Each team is guaranteed six games. A bragging-rights trophy will be awarded to our winning team. The registration fee is $20 per 2-person team. Registrants must be at least 16 years old. All proceeds from this tournament will go to the Fuel Assistance Program in Hampshire County. For more information on this program, please visit www.communityaction.us.The tournament will be capped at 32 teams; after the slots are filled, there will be a waiting list.Team check-in is from 10:45am-11:45am. The tournament will start promptly at 12pm. Arrive as early as 10am to get settled in for a fun afternoon. The tournament is located at Christ Community Church, 1255 Federal Street in Belchertown.
Belchertown is a larger town with desirable small-town appeal covering one of the largest land areas in Massachusetts - almost 60 square miles.
It is located on Route 9 with Palmer and Ludlow on the south, Granby and Amherst on the west with Pelham on the north and the Quabbin Reservoir and Ware on the east.
The historic five-acre town common surrounded by colonial homes and white churches holds the annual Belchertown Fair in October as well as concerts, festivals, parades and community activities including the Belchertown Easter Egg Hunt.
Town pride shows in the beautiful new schools and police department and community resources including a Senior Center, Teen Center and Family Center.
Fishing, hiking, snowmobiling are just a few of the many recreational activities available in the Belchertown area. Discover the Quabbin Reservoir and Stone House Museum along with ancient elms and maples, stone walls and lovely homes in this beautiful New England town.