CoveCare Center's 9th Annual Adult Spelling Bee

Does your team have what it takes to be Putnam’s 2018 Champion Spellers?

Teams of up to 10 spellers, cheerleaders or spectators are invited to join us for a lively evening of spelling and fun, all in support of CoveCare Center, formerly known as Putnam Family & Community Services. $35/person includes a full buffet dinner, soda, coffee, tea and dessert. Beer and wine will be available at a cash bar. Dinner begins at 5:30pm; the competition starts at 6:00. 

Advance registration is required. Seating is limited, so register now at www.CoveCareCenter.org/2018-spelling-bee.

Get your team together and test your spelling skills in support of CoveCare Center’s mental health and substance use counseling, prevention and treatment services.

For information and sponsorship opportunities, contact Debbie Levin at 845-225-2700 x136 or email DLevin@CoveCareCenter.org.

Come see what the buzz is about!

Contact Information
  1. Debbie Levin
  2. 845-225-2700 x136
  3. DLevin@CoveCareCenter.org
Thu, April 19
5:30 pm — 9:00 pm
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Does your team have what it takes to be Putnam’s 2018 Champion Spellers?

Teams of up to 10 spellers, cheerleaders or spectators are invited to join us for a lively evening of spelling and fun, all in support of CoveCare Center, formerly known as Putnam Family & Community Services. $35/person includes a full buffet dinner, soda, coffee, tea and dessert. Beer and wine will be available ...

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Brewster, NY 10509

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