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Cary Lions Bags Tournament to Benefit Sage House for Autism

All profits from Sept. 22 tournament will be donated to Sage House in Cary, a 24-hour therapeutic group home for children ages 6 to 22 diagnosed with severe autism.

 

The Cary Lions Club is sponsoring its second annual Bags Tournament at Coleman’s in the Park from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22. 

Two-person teams will compete in this round-robin tournament at Coleman's, located at 645 Industrial Dr., Cary.

Each team is guaranteed a minimum of four games with a 40 percent payout in prize money to winning teams, according to a Cary Lions Club press release.

Raffle tickets for a '50/50 Split the Pot' and door prizes will be sold.

Registration is $25 per person and may be paid at the door if space is available. However, advance registration is recommended to guarantee participation and to receive five free door prize tickets.

All profits will be donated to 851 W. Main St., Cary, a 24-hour therapeutic group home for children ages 6 to 22 who are diagnosed with severe autism.

Sage House embraces an eclectic range of therapies and instruction on an individual basis. As every person is unique, Sage builds on each client’s strengths and focuses on goals for that individual, according to the press release.

They use real learning experiences to teach self-help skills, communication skills and choice making with a high value on providing clients with opportunities for social integration and recreation that are typical for individuals their age.

For further event information or to obtain a registration form, visit Coleman’s or go to www.CaryLions.org for the link to the registration form. 

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