SVEC in the Community — November 2021November 2021
Cornhole Tournament Raises over $5,700 for United Way
Suwannee Valley Electric Cooperative (SVEC) hosted the fourth annual Suwannee Valley Cornhole Tournament on Oct. 9 to raise money for United Way of Suwannee Valley. This year’s tournament featured 25 teams, divided into competitive and novice brackets.
Players came from as far away as Ocala to compete in the event that raised a total of $5,717.
“We were excited to have several new teams participate this year, and it’s always good to see the players who have been coming out since our first tournament back in 2018,” says SVEC Director of Communications Jon Little. “We are very thankful to them and our local sponsors for making this event such a success.”
SVEC is extremely grateful to the tournament’s sponsors.
- Gusher Level: Pilgrim’s and Seminole Electric Cooperative
- Swish Level: First Federal Bank and W.B. Howland’s Building Supply
- Slider Level: Ace Pole Co., Ameris Bank, Cheek & Scott Pharmacy, State Representative Chuck Brannan, Farmers Cooperative, Poole Realty, RIVEROAK Technical College, Sound Line Design and SunStop
- Ace Level: Live Oak Family Practice, Ryan J. Peters Law Office and Wes Haney Chevrolet
North FL Cornhole organized the brackets and coordinated the games. Lunches were available from Rudy’s Dawgs of Live Oak.