Cornhole Tournament to Help Send Kids with Diabetes to Camp

ASHLEY, Pa. -- A cornhole tournament in Luzerne County raised money for a cause.

Competitors tossed their beanbags to raise money to help send kids with juvenile diabetes to summer camp for a week.

There were 38 teams in the tournament.

Keystone Diabetic Kids Camp near Lancaster offers everything from sports to arts and crafts to swimming for children age 7-16 with type 1 diabetes.

"I've been attending diabetes camp for the last 12 years. I was a camper first and now a counselor, so each year we've been able to grow and grow," said Chris McGavin of Wilkes-Barre.

The tournament was sponsored by the Juvenile Diabetes Organization of NEPA.

6 comments

  • George Timmothy Coggins

    wnep do you even research the terms you use before posting? this one is flat out rediculous calling a kids game a slang term for anal sex

      • yabbadabbadude

        They’re sneering and smirking because they know exactly what they’re doing. They’re all getting paid big bucks to push the agenda of those wandering story tellers that wouldn’t hurt a fly. (They’re only words, right?)

  • yabbadabbadude

    The name of the game is BEANBAG. Stop pushing your degenerate, society-wrecking filth in public already.

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