Evan’s Epilepsy Event- Sunday, November 14 @ NoDa Brewing!
Come celebrate epilepsy awareness month by supporting Epilepsy Alliance NC and having a great time!
Registration for an individual player is $25 or $50 for a team. Everyone is guaranteed two games with a second chance bracket!
$250 Grand Prize!
We’ve got cornhole, music, an auction, and now we need you to make this event another huge success!!
Go For Fit Kids will be onsite to help keep kids entertained!
DJ Betty will be entertaining all of us with great music!
Auction & raffle prizes include:
A chef inspired dinner for six w/wine pairing
Four suite tickets- including food and drink- to a Hornets game
Custom cornhole boards
Food Trucks for this event
Check-in starts at noon and bags fly at 1 pm. Silent auction ends promptly at 3 pm.
Don’t want to play but still want to donate? Every penny counts and non-profits like Epilepsy Alliance NC have & continue to be impacted dramatically by the pandemic. Donations of all sizes are greatly appreciated and help people with epilepsy and their families have access to the resources they need.
We can't do this without you, Register to play or donate today!
All proceeds go to Epilepsy Alliance NC.
A huge thank you to everyone that has already registered and donated. We can’t express enough how much we value our participants and supporters!
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A survey is presently being conducted by a graduate student from Western Carolina University on transportation and epilepsy. Participants need to be 18 and above with at least a two year history of epilepsy. Information from this survey will be very helpful in assessing the transportation issues that people with epilepsy face in our state. If you would be interested in participating in this survey contact: Patricia Gibson at the Epilepsy Information Service at 1-800-642-0500 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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