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Rays of Hope Day
Saturday from 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM CDT
Bri's Lodge will be hosting Rays of Hope Day at the Sartell Community Center on October 7th, 2023! Sign up here to participate in our FIRST Pickleball tournament fundraiser! To sign up for the Walk, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rays-of-hope-walk-2023-registration-687264054287?aff=oddtdtcreator Teams of two individuals (open doubles) are REQUIRED to raise a minimum of $100 in donations to go with their registration. This can be paid now by choosing to make a donation when checking out or you can start a team page so you can ask your family, friends, employer (match) or co-workers. When each team raises $100 we will raise $3,600 but if each team raised $1,000 we could raise $36,000! We need your help! There are prizes awarded at the $200, $300, $400 fundraising levels. If your team raises $500 or over, you will be entered into a drawing for prizes worth $200+! A prize will also be awarded for the team that raises the most money! Rays of Hope Day Schedule of Events 7:30 am - Pickleball Tournament Sign-In 8:00 am - 1st Round of Pickleball Begins (Level 3.0 Beginner) 8:30 am - Walk Registration & Family Activities Begin 10:00 am - Walk Begins 11:00 am - Food Trucks Available 11:15 am - 2nd Round of Pickleball Begins (Level 3.5 Intermediate) 2:30 pm - 3rd Round of Pickleball Begins (Level 4.0+ Advanced) 5:00 pm - All Activities Wrap Up If your team has not raised the $100 minimum by check-in, your team will be "forfeited" for all rounds. You will not receive a refund for registration.
BriAnna Kruzel passed away unexpectedly at 18 on September 28, 2013, from unknown causes. She left behind her parents, Randy and Tami Kruzel, along with two brothers, Josh Kulus and Brandon Kruzel. Throughout BriAnna’s life, she was very active and passionate about Girl Scouts. Her greatest love was working with Big Brothers Big Sisters. In 2013 she was nominated and won High School Big Sister of the Year, something she was very proud of. BriAnna also received the Youth Appreciation Award through the St. Cloud Optimist Club for her hard work with Big Brothers Big Sisters. BriAnna gave much of her time volunteering and was very involved with the Sartell Community Ed Dance program. She enjoyed scrapbooking, crafting, and being around animals in her free time. She was a very happy person with an infectious smile that would light up a room. To honor her legacy of giving back, her family decided to continue giving back to the community that she loved and established a non-profit called What Would Bri Do dba Bri's Lodge.
Randy and Tami visited Faith's Lodge in Wisconsin in 2018 and were inspired by their dedication to helping their local community. That’s why What Would Bri Do is raising money to build their own space for those in need. The grief lodge in Central Minnesota will aim to provide support for:
What Would Bri Do is committed to building a space for members of our local community to find solace and comfort with others who are grieving. Currently, Bri's Lodge is offering:
For more information go to www.brislodge.com or call (320) 217-2029.