This is an event that you don’t want to miss! The Winter ParkFraser Valley Rotary Club
will be hosting the second annual Winter Park Wipe Out on March 22, 2014!
This event is a cross between a scavenger hunt and an urban
adventure race. It’s an afternoon filled
with snowmobile tubing, sledding, the wipeout zone, games of skill, human sized
jenga and so much more. The more events that you do in the course of the race, the
more raffle tickets you earn. At the end
of the event, incredible prizes will be raffled off. Last year, we gave away a gorgeous snowboard,
a season pass to the Winter Park Resort, a packet of gift certificates to 8
different restaurants in the Winter Park and Fraser areas, and may more prizes. The minimum age to participate is 7 years old, so we have many families participate in the event and everyone has a wonderful time. You can pre-register for the race at
winterparkwipeout.com, use the promo code “STAGECOACH” for a discounted
registration. You can also call
The fundraising proceeds for this event will go towards
Project Sanctuary, whose mission it is to reconnect military families in the
aftermath of having served in the Middle East.
You can check out this amazing organization at projectsanctuary.us.
Come join us for a fun-filled afternoon on March 22, 2014!
Author:Janene Johnson Phone: 970-531-2284 Dated: February 19th 2014 Views: 1,756 About Janene: Realtor Since: 1994
Community: Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary Club, Grand County Board of Realt...
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