9th Annual Adult Spelling Bee

Start planning your teams – spellers, cheerleaders and spectators – in support of CoveCare Center.  You don’t want to miss the fun!

Does your team have what it takes to be the CoveCare Champion Spellers?

Show off your spelling skills AND make a difference in the lives of people affected by mental, social and emotional health or substance use issues.

  • Teams of up to 10 – spellers, cheerleaders and spectators are welcome to join in the competition and fun.
  • Admission is $35 per person – includes a buffet dinner, soft drinks and dessert plus a lively night of friendly competition!  Beer and wine available at a cash bar.
  • All proceeds benefit the programs of CoveCare Center.
  • Advanced registration is required; recommended for ages 18 years of age or older.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!

King-Queen Bee Sponsorship:  $750
Includes admission for up to 2 teams of 10, your name featured on our website and in the program and signage at the event.

Bumble Bee Sponsorship: $500
Includes admission for 1 team of up to 10, your name featured on our website and in the program and signage at the event.

Bee Hive Sponsorship: $250
Includes name announced as sponsoring for 2 Word Rounds, listed in the program and signage at the event.

Word Round Sponsorship: $25 per round of words

Be sure to provide information on your team members using the registration form and forward to Debbie Levin at dlevin@CoveCareCenter.org 

Seating is limited, so register early!

 

Contact Information
  1. Debbie Levin
  2. 845-225-2700, ext. 136
  3. dlevin@CoveCareCenter.org
Thu, April 19
5:30 pm — 8:00 pm
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Start planning your teams – spellers, cheerleaders and spectators – in support of CoveCare Center. You don’t want to miss the fun!

Does your team have what it takes to be the CoveCare Champion Spellers?

Show off your spelling skills AND make a difference in the lives of people affected by mental, social and emotional health or substance use issues.

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