Those words will be uttered numerous times during the Game of Feuds fundraiser at Walnut Hill Farm on Nov. 16 to benefit the Looper Speech and Hearing Center.
Reinventing the popular network television game show "Family Feud," Game of Feuds is a fundraising event consisting of 10-12 local teams. We anticipate a fun, laughter-filled event for an important cause.
Want to enter a team?
• Contact us at (706) 264-1599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Choose a team captain plus three or four more members to compete in this FUNdraising event. Teams can consist of corporate/company employees, group or association members or family members as all members participate in the fundraising and the event on Nov. 16.
• The team raising the most money prior to and during the event will win the coveted Game of Feuds Spotlight Trophy.
• The team winning the competition on Nov. 16 will win the coveted Game of Feuds Ace of Teams Trophy and bragging rights as the Game of Feuds' first ever winner.
The evening will feature an exclusive Chef Jasa Joseph-prepared dinner and Game of Feuds show with more laughs than one evening can hold while Game of Feuds show host Scott Chitwood asks the teams to guess the most popular answers to some very imaginative questions. Tickets are $100 each and can be purchased online at www.gameoffeuds.com or by calling (706) 264-1599.
The mission of the Looper Speech and Hearing Center is to provide communication solutions that are affordable and accessible to the communities we serve. This includes speech-language assessment and therapy, swallowing therapy and hearing health care services.
Looper Board of Directors Vice Chair John Cowart explains, "In order to make our services affordable and accessible, Looper provides discounted services to individuals with demonstrated financial need through our Community Speech and Hearing Funds. In 2018, we provided $87,872.85 in reduced cost services to our patients, and 56% of our patients received some form of financial assistance. This means that our Community Funds helped 512 individuals obtain communication services that they otherwise may not have been able to access, improving both health outcomes and quality of life for patients of all ages. For 2020, we are aiming even higher, with a goal of raising $100,000 for our Community Speech and Hearing Funds to help even more individuals in our community obtain the services they need."
For more information about Looper Speech and Hearing Center services, call (706) 226-4623 or visit www.loopershc.com.