CCHS Students Make Cornhole Boards to Support After-Prom

Capitalizing on  the emergence of Cornhole as a backyard recreational phenomenon, Carpentry 1 and 2 classes at Clarke County High School will be selling Cornhole game boards that were fabricated by the students.

Cornhole is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing bean bags at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. These platforms are usually made with plywood and are often decorated. A corn bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the platform scores 1 point. Play continues until a player reaches the score of 21.

Pictured below is the first batch boards that the students will be selling. They are unfinished and ready for your own custom paint job.   The price for a set of two is $75.00, bags not included.

There are currently 15 sets available with more to come.   Partial funds from the sale will go towards supporting the after-prom party this year.

To purchase or for more information contact CCHS Career and Technical Education Instructor, Jim Draucker at 540-955-6130 ext 307.