Trivia fans can show off expertise at Chartiers Valley fundraiser
The Chartiers Valley Education Foundation will hold its second Night of Trivia on Saturday to raise money for its programs.
Foundation board member Kara Droney said last year's event was so successful that it has been brought back.
“It's great to see the Chartiers Valley community come together in support of our students and their education,” she said. All money goes to the foundation.
“Simply put, the money we raise goes to supporting Chartiers Valley students,” she said. “Right now, we're focusing on expanding our reach by offering more GIVE Grants and scholarships.”
The Great Ideas from Visionary Educators grants are awarded to teachers with plans to create innovative instruction and learning opportunities. Scholarships are awarded annually to students to put toward continuing education after high school.
The trivia competition includes four rounds of five questions, with bonus rounds in between. Teams must have between eight and 10 players, but individuals will be matched up and added to a team.
The night also includes a chance auction and 50/50 raffle.
For more information, visit www.cvfoundation.net.
Megan Guza is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. She can be reached at 412-388-5810 or email@example.com.
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