There are usually two kinds of people in this world.  Those that follow the rules and have some good clean fun and those that break the rules and play dirty.

As adults, we aren't supposed to be able to play in the mud.  (At least that's one of the rules we were taught as kids.)  But there is one day that adults can be rule-breakers and throw that rule of playing in the mud right out of the rulebook.  And that day is Saturday, June 21st.

If you like having fun with your friends and playing in the mud, form your team and get registered for the 2nd Annual Sky Lounge Co-ed Mud Volleyball tournament in Tea, South Dakota during Teapot Days.

Teams should be made up of six to 10 people, ages 18 and over.  Remember, this is a co-ed mud volleyball tournament, so there must be at least two girls on the team and on the mud court at all times.

Download the application and register early.  The cost to register a team is $60 if you register before Saturday, June 14th.  After June 14th, registration will go up to $80 per team.  Check in for the double-elimination tournament will be at 10am on Saturday, June 21st with play to begin at 11am.

If you are more of a rule-follower and prefer to not play in the mud, get a partner and register for the Teapot Days Bean Bag Tournament in the Tea City Park.

Download the application for the Bean Bag Tournament early, because only the first 48 teams registered are guaranteed a spot.  Pick a team name and register your any age, two person team by Thursday, June 12th for just $40.  After June 12th, teams will have to pay $50 to register.  Teams will need to check in at the tournament booth located by the basketball courts at the Tea City Park by 12:30 pm on Saturday.  All proceeds for the Bean Bag Tournament will benefit TAPPS (Tea Area Parents for Prom Safety).

So, make up your mind.  Are you a rule-breaker or are you a rule-follower? Do you like to have some good clean fun or play dirty?  You are running out of time to figure it out!





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