**UPDATE: Due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus (COVID-19), AWMA-UMS is postponing this event until further notice. AWMA-UMS wishes to support efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the health and safety of our members and community. Please check this website for updates, we hope to reschedule for Summer or Fall 2020. Stay healthy!**
** This is the registration page for single players who will be paired up with others. If you have a team please see the Team Registration **
What is a YP-to-ACE Fundraiser?
The purpose of this fundraiser is to fund a scholarship to send a Young Professional to the A&WMA Annual Conference and Exhibition (ACE). The ACE focuses on environmental technologies and regulations, and will be an excellent arena for one of the Young Professionals to gain insight into up and coming areas in the environmental world, as well as to take advantage of the extensive networking and educational opportunities offered by the conference. As the Young Professionals are the future leaders of A&WMA and the environmental profession, this scholarship intends to help develop the Young Professionals in the A&WMA UMS, and thus the Section as a whole. Our goal is to raise $1,000 and we can’t do that without your help!
When: Saturday, March 21st from 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Where: Drkula’s Pub (6710 Cahill Ave E, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076)
Anyone is invited to participate in the tournament so invite your friends, family, and A&WMA colleagues.
$30/ individual player
Don’t have a partner? Let us know and we will help find you one!
What’s included in registration?
Even if you think you are a long shot to win the tournament, registration includes door prizes, a drink ticket, appetizers, and most importantly, a whole bunch of fun!
What is Euchre?
Euchre is a trick-taking card game popular in the Midwest. Games consist of four players playing two against two as partners. Euchre uses a small deck of 24 cards (A, K, Q, J, 10 and 9) where the highest trump card is the jack of the trump suit (called the right bower). The purpose of the game is for a team to win at least three tricks.
More information on the rules and scoring can be found here.
The tournament format and rules will be announced prior to the event.
Thank you to our event sponsors!
Questions? Please contact Hannah Brady.