Young Life Trivia Night

Ever wonder what Young Life is all about? This is a chance to enjoy a fun night of trivia and hear about the heart of Young Life in Summit.

Teams 
A team consist of 6 to 8 players. Partial teams or individuals are acceptable. Trivia Night is for all players age 10 to age 100+

Food & Drinks
Pizza, salad, snacks and soft drinks will be served

Prizes
Given to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place teams.​

Registration Fees
Adult Players | Prior to June 1st: $20, at the door: $25
Players between the ages of 10 to18 | Prior to June 1st: $10, at the door: $15  

THREE WAYS TO PARTICIPATE
1.Be a Player
Join us in all the fun!
Register to join in the fun - you can as part of a team or as an individual. Partial teams are also acceptable. We will combine smaller groups and individuals to make complete teams. Register at summit.younglife.org 


2. Be a Team Captain
As a Team Captain, you play a very important role in inviting guests to attend the Trivia Night!
We ask you to think of at least 4 to 6 people who would be interested in learning more about Young Life and would support this important local mission. You are not responsible to paying for the cost of your team; as a team captain you simply provide a personal touch to the event by inviting friends family, neighbors, coworkers and other to be your team mates.

https://goo.gl/forms/XurSxCTJmpQt5Fgk2 

3. Can't Make the Trivia Night? 
Meet with Taylor Lee or a Committee Member!
You will be greatly missed at the Trivia Night but we would still love to meet with you can share our vision for the local ministry happening here in Summit! We can meet for coffee, share a meal, bring coffee to your office or stop by your home with a sweet treat - your pick.

https://goo.gl/forms/zMG32EQJZ0LHty0j1

 

Contact Information
  1. Taylor Lee
  2. 908-248-2016
  3. taylor@summit.younglife.org
Fri, June 01
7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Ever wonder what Young Life is all about? This is a chance to enjoy a fun night of trivia and hear about the heart of Young Life in Summit.

Teams
A team consist of 6 to 8 players. Partial teams or individuals are acceptable. Trivia Night is for all players age 10 to age 100+

Food & Drinks
Pizza, salad, snacks and soft drinks will be served

Prizes
Given to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd ...

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