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“Wing Ding” on July 6

By Staff | Jun 26, 2012

On the evening of Friday, July 6, the second annual Wing Ding will bring the sounds of the Scott Larsen Band, along with tasty wings from Wild Rose, to the green space at Five Island Lake’s community center near the golf course in Emmetsburg. The band will play from 6 to 10 p.m. and 50 cent BBQ wings will be served at the event.

The Wing Ding is a fundraiser for Horizons Unlimited and there is an admission to the event.

Along with the music and food, there will also be a Bag Toss Tournament that will begin around 7 p.m. There is a fee per person to take part in the tournament with a 50% pay out to the winning team.

New this year is dockside donations for those enjoying the music and fun around Five Island Lake. Thanks to Jack and Kay Kibbie, boaters can give a donation to Horizons Unlimited at their dock, located on the lake just south of the green space. Volunteers will also be available to deliver BBQ wings to boaters at the dock as well.

Horizons Unlimited offers residential and vocational opportunities to adults with disabilities and appreciates community support to help fund our programs and services.

For more information about the Wing Ding fundraiser and Horizons Unlimited, please go online to www.horizons-unlimited.net

“Wing Ding” on July 6

By Staff | Jun 26, 2012

On the evening of Friday, July 6, the second annual Wing Ding will bring the sounds of the Scott Larsen Band, along with tasty wings from Wild Rose, to the green space at Five Island Lake’s community center near the golf course in Emmetsburg. The band will play from 6 to 10 p.m. and 50 cent BBQ wings will be served at the event.

The Wing Ding is a fundraiser for Horizons Unlimited and there is an admission to the event.

Along with the music and food, there will also be a Bag Toss Tournament that will begin around 7 p.m. There is a fee per person to take part in the tournament with a 50% pay out to the winning team.

New this year is dockside donations for those enjoying the music and fun around Five Island Lake. Thanks to Jack and Kay Kibbie, boaters can give a donation to Horizons Unlimited at their dock, located on the lake just south of the green space. Volunteers will also be available to deliver BBQ wings to boaters at the dock as well.

Horizons Unlimited offers residential and vocational opportunities to adults with disabilities and appreciates community support to help fund our programs and services.

For more information about the Wing Ding fundraiser and Horizons Unlimited, please go online to www.horizons-unlimited.net