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 Cornhole!

by R. B. Brown 
(Kinston, NC)
 
My husband discovered the game while visiting a friend. He thought it would be a terrific idea to make some boards (they are beautiful!) and start playing the game as a family (which we LOVE!). As the Scoutmaster for his Boy Scout Troop, he also thought it would be great entertainment for campouts. The boys LOVE it, as well. He has since made another set of cornhole boards for our neighbors' son, who learned the game at our house and is now addicted!!
 
 
 
Love this game
 
by Kenneth D. 
(New London, CT)
 
My next door neighbor, Vinnie, who i also work with has a girlfriend named Ash who has relatives in Indiana.They went there for a family reunion about 2 summers ago and caught cornole fever. They turned me onto it and I LOVE IT. Vinnie made his first boards and ordered your fillablecornhole bags,and they turned out and are Great!!
 
Recently he ordered filled bags from you and they are awesome!! He let me use his set w/ his new bags for the picnic at my house. 
 
Everyone who has played this game overhere has enjoyed it.I went undefeated in singles at my picnic . I bought a cheapy set from kohls store and i will never use them again...They are horrible. Anyway your new bags are awesome and i'm sure your corn hole boards are also. I will now begin saving money to buy a set from you as soon as possible. I live here in s.e. connecticut and cornhole is actually getting a hold here.
 
 
 

Cornhole for Everyone

by G B Sharp 
(Murfreesboro, TN)
 
I was first introduced to the game of cornhole at a family get together in the summer of 2006. I have three brothers and we are all quite competitive. 
 
We played all afternoon and into the evening. All the sons, son-in-laws, nieces and nephews got involved in the competition also. Even the wives got into the competition and started smack talking. We used to play horseshoes at these events, especially after we got too old for basketball. We usually switched to card games after dark. 
 
Since then, we all have our own game sets and enjoy playing when we get together. Our friends have started playing. Our church picnics and get togethers have started including cornhole competition and has really spiced up our relationships. People will open up and individual personalities are exposed as the competition heats up. We always enjoy adding cornhole as part of our activities.
 
 
 

Cousins Love Cornhole

by Eldon V. 
(Valparaiso, IN )
 
My brother and family brought it to our last reunion in Michigan at White Lake(we call Cousin Camp), and it was a big hit. 
 
I'm making the boards, but don't feel like tackling the bags. Also, the red, and black/gold will work nicely for our Purdue/IU family members (mostly IU, as it should be!).
 
 
 

In Remembrance

by Brooke W. 
(Mansfield, OH)
 
I was on vacation with my family at Old Homestead Beach 2 years ago. My grandma struck up a conversation with a family playing the game. I think she might have known them from high school in Mansfield. We were going to get a game for the next year, but she died and we didn,t go on vacation. We want one now as we are taking the whole family up to the lake this year.