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American Heritage cornhole tournament raises money for kids foundation

Bruce Foulke presented the “Smokin Moes,” Nicholas Leeper and John Sharpe, with a cash prize and first-place trophies.
The top three teams of the cornhole tournament won cash prizes ranging from $1,200 to $300 as well as tournament trophies.
Teams of two played in a round-robin tournament, competing for cash prizes while supporting the Kids-N-Hope Foundation.

American Heritage Credit Union joined the Kids-N-Hope Foundation to raise $15,000 during the inaugural Cornhole Tournament, presented by Intech Construction. All proceeds from the event benefit the Kids-N-Hope Foundation, which aims to enhance children’s health and life services through pediatric music therapy at local hospitals and not-for-profit organizations.

More than 200 individuals participated in the fundraising event, representing members, neighbors and employees of American Heritage, as well as other local credit unions and community partners. Cash prizes and trophies were awarded to the top three teams of the tournament.

“We are thrilled to have raised these funds at our newest fundraising event for the Kids-N-Hope Foundation,” said Bruce K. Foulke, founder and chairman of the Kids-N-Hope Foundation and president and CEO of American Heritage Credit Union. “The Kids-N-Hope Foundation continues to host new programs and events that aim to raise awareness and help fund our mission of helping local children through music therapy programs. Without the continued support from our community through their participation in events like this tournament, we would not be able to make the impacts we do in the lives of pediatric patients each year.”

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