Purdue Pumpkin Chunking Competition
Time & Location
About the Event
Can you hit the Great Pumpkin target from up to 100 yards away (High School division: 70 yards, using a gravity powered trebuchet (treb-yoo-shet) firing 5-16 lbs pumpkins? Come to Community Park in New Albany and we'll see.
You'll be one of up to 36 total teams (12 middle school, 12 high school, 12 adult teams) competing for award plaques. Each teach gets 3 attempts using supplied pumpkins. All machines must use gravity (falling weights) as their only source of power; pass the usual safety and functionality checks; and be ready for competition at their start times.
Awards for accuracy, originality, and efficiency will be presented at 7:00 p.m.
Youth teams will receive up to $400 of fabrication material for FREE.
Plus, free pumpkin painting and activities for the kids!
For more information, please contact Jeff Cummins at firstname.lastname@example.org or Amy Cummins via phone at 812-946-4558 or by email at email@example.com