Cranium champs returning

Will you be the team to end the winning streak of the Cranium Challenge defending champions?

  • Jan. 13, 2011 6:00 p.m.

Will you be the team to end the winning streak of the Cranium Challenge defending champions?

The members of Grandma’s Got the Kids have set their sights on a fourth win at the sixth annual Cranium Challenge, which will take place in the Evergreen Lounge of the Florence Filberg Centre on Saturday, Jan. 29.

This round-robin Cranium tournament promises to deliver another evening of action and hilarity suitable for the entire family. With spot prizes throughout the evening as well as prizes for best team name, most enthusiastic team, best costumes, and the title of Cranium Champions up for grabs, you don’t want to miss out.

All proceeds go to local non-profit organization 4R’s Education Centre (Soc.), that has been providing specialized one-on-one teaching to children with learning differences and/or disabilities since 1989. Thanks to a grant from Comox Valley Literacy Now, 4R’s hopes to be able to help even more students in the coming year.

Early-bird discounts are available until Jan. 14: $40/team of four adults (16 and older); $20/team of four (younger than 16); and $30/family team of four.

After deadline: $50/team (adult); $30/team (child); and $40/team (family).

Register now by calling 250-338-4890.

— 4R’s Education Centre

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