Nonprofit Croquet Tournaments were held on August 30. Survivor Youth Tournament was held on September 20. Tentative dates for 2021: June 4 and 5.
While much will look the same as previous years, we are adding in some new procedures to make this event safe for everyone with the wearing of masks, sanitizing mallets and balls, no large tent for food and more. Spectators welcome but please bring a lawn chair, wear a mask and socially distance.
Original date – Friday, August 28, 2020 evening now rescheduled for Sunday afternoon, September 20 – Survivor Croquet for Junior and Senior High Youth Groups. Teams of 6 compete for prize money toward service/mission trips. Local junior and senior high youth groups are invited to compete for prize money towards their upcoming service/mission trips. Survivor Croquet is a fast-paced croquet game played in 20 minute rounds. Entry fee is $30 per team of 6 players. Survivor Croquet Clinics for teams can be scheduled at no cost. Contact Mark Hager at 267.374.8809 or email@example.com to schedule a free clinic or for Survivor Tournament questions.
Prizes for Youth Groups:
First Place – $1,000
Second Place – $500
Third Place – $250
Original date – Saturday, August 29, 2020, now rescheduled to Sunday, August 30 – Nonprofit Croquet Tournament. Opening rounds Saturday morning; semi-final and championship rounds Saturday afternoon. All teams will play for area nonprofit organizations in open or novice divisions. Players who are new to the tournament or have never qualified for afternoon play may be eligible to play in the Novice division. This must be indicated at the time of registration and will be limited in number. Both players must qualify as “novices” to compete in Novice. Week of event player info.
Prizes for Open Division:
First Place – $4,000 sponsored by Bergey’s Inc.
Second Place – $2,000 sponsored by Detweiler, Hershey & Associates.
Third Place – $1,000 sponsored by Everence
Fourth through Sixth Place – $500 each
Seventh through Ninth Place – $250 each
Croquet clinics and open play will be held each Sunday afternoon prior to the tournament at 4 pm on the MHC lawn.
Proceeds benefit the Mennonite Heritage Center. For questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.256.3020 ext 114.
Special Thanks to our
WHACK & ROLL Sponsors
Nonprofit Community Partner
First Place Prize Sponsor
Second Place Prize Sponsor
Third Place Prize Sponsor
Nonprofit Organization Sponsors
Martin Stone Quarries – Bally Community Center
Darryl N Freed Home Improvements – Bridge of Hope BuxMont
Bauman Family Fruit Butters & Cider – Camp Men-O-Lan
Bauman Family Fruit Butters & Cider – COBYS Family Services
Daryl and Barbara Hackman, Jim and Suzanne Gunden – Dock Mennonite Academy
Rotary Club of Harleysville – Garden of Health
Royden Rittenhouse – Historic RittenhouseTown
Brad Anderson, Brad Smith, Gary Volpe, Kristin Wonderling – Joni & Friends
Steve and Brook Musselman – Keystone Opportunity Center
Henry and Charlotte Rosenberger – Living Hope Farm
Andrew Derstine, Rob and Alyssa Kerns – Manna on Main Street
Jim King and Joan Nathan – Mennonite Disaster Service
Moyer’s Chicks – Quakertown Christian School
Rotary Club of Harleysville – Shepherd’s Shelf
Landis Hunsberger Gingrich & Weik, Dan and Shirley Lapp – The City School
Altek Business Systems, CHL Systems, Detweiler Construction Solutions, Hagey Coach and Tours, IT Landes, Moyer Indoor Outdoor, Don and Delores Nice, QNB Bank, Sadler-Suess Funeral Home, The Weimer Group
Thanks to our Whack & Roll volunteers, Harry Anselmo, Nancy Bergey, Harleysville Ace Hardware, Joe Landis Consulting, Ten Thousand Villages,
Steve Fluder, Consultant, Croquet Your Way.