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JOIN US
Thursday, April 2, 2020 
at Ballyhoo Sports Arena
for a Roaring 20s themed

 

Great for organizations, businesses, groups and friends!
Register your team for a chance to compete in the 2020 Office Olympix. Teams who raise $500 or more may participate in olympic games, and compete for exciting prizes. Easterseals will organize monthly incentives leading up to the event, providing teams opportunities to earn extra points towards their score. Limited spectator tickets are available.

Prizes Include:
Top Three Fundraising Teams
Top Three Competitive Teams
Main Event Winner
Best Team Costumes

 

EARN EXTRA TEAM POINTS
40 points by turning in any offline fundraising dollars by 03/23/2020
 
EVENT SCHEDULE

5 p.m. Check-In
Team captains will be given team gifts and rotation packet, indicating game they are assigned to at the start. 

5:15-6:15 p.m. Buffet Dinner
Enjoy a delicious meal together and be sure to bring cash for some great raffle items at the event.  

6:20 p.m. MAIN EVENT
Teams raising $1,500 or more will be entered to compete in the Main Event Game for a special team prize. 

6:30 p.m. Official Games Begin
Teams will cycle through games, including a bonus costume contest, judged by Easterseals program participants! Be sure to wear your best Roaring 20s attire and comfortable shoes!

8:15 p.m. Awards Ceremony & Raffle Drawings

* Please submit any offline fundraising moneys/corporate matches or registration fees to Easterseals by March 23, 2020 to be included in competition.
 

EMCEES

McCallister & Myers Real Estate has built a business around being client and community focused. Owners, Rob Myers and Adam McCallister support various area nonprofits, volunteering their time and talents where they can.

Before his time in real estate, Adam McCallister ran a very successful DJ and entertainment business, was the on-field emcee for the York Revolution and Harrisburg Stampede and is currently the public address announcer for the Harrisburg Heat. Adam also hosted a local sports talk radio show for several years and even “had a cup of coffee” as a relief sports anchor at Fox43 WPMT.

Rob Myers focus is to make a difference in the community. His past involvement includes helping to build the Red Lion youth lacrosse program, officiating local and college lacrosse throughout the region, serving as past president of the RAYAC Foundation. He is a member of Leadership York and current board member of the Buy Local Coalition.

An unlikely pair, Rob and Adam are a bit of an Abbott and Costello duo, that is sure to please any audience.  Be sure to register your team to see them in action. For more information about Rob and Adam, visit their website today.