Okay, so you may not ever have the chance to win 38 consecutive episodes of Jeopardy! like Matt Amodio recently did, but here's your chance to show off your brain power in front of your friends and neighbors. The Center, Owensboro-Daviess County's community resource hub, is getting ready to host at fun trivia night fundraiser at Brew Bridge.

By the way, in case you are unfamiliar with The Center, the local non-profit provides resource referral services, supervised family visitation, parenting classes/coaching, Parent Child Interaction Therapy and additional family support services in the community.  The Center is funded entirely by grants, private donations and fundraisers just like Trivia Night.

Tables for Trivia Night, which will be held at Brew Bridge in downtown Owensboro, are available now and they're going quickly!  The cost of a table is $400. Or local businesses can take advantage of a "category sponsor" opportunity for $600. Each level includes a table, as well as your organization’s logo being displayed. If you are a "category" sponsor, your business will be promoted throughout that category.

Of course, tables of friends are welcome as well!  Or, individuals can purchase tickets for $50 and come play!

If you're interested in showing off that bid old noggin', you can register for The Center's Trivia Night by following the QR code on the attached flyer.

You can also register by CLICKING HERE!

Get ready, study up and good luck!  Trivia Night is Thursday, November 4th.  I chatted with Erica Wade, the Executive Director of The Center, and she is fully expecting the event to be a sell out.  So, if you want to compete reserve your table ASAP!  I guess you could call that call to action the registration "lightning round"!

 

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