Bowl for Kids' Sake

March 02, 2011|By HARRY NOGLE

Bowling for Kids’ Sake is another activity that will help put Cabin Fever away for good and help children in the community.  Bowling for Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters largest national fundraiser, raising over $20 million annually for children in need across the country.  Bowl for Kids’ Sake bowlers and sponsors are people who want to give back to children in the community.  Because of Bowl for Kids' Sake, more “Bigs” and “Littles” can be paired up, more friendships can be gained and improved outlooks on life can be started.

Bowlers will Bowl for Kids' Sake at Turner's Dual Lanes on the Dual Highway in Hagerstown, Sunday, April 10 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Anyone and everyone can get involved as a bowler, team captain or a sponsor.

Bowlers sign up sponsors (friends, colleagues or neighbors) on the pledge sheet, and then have fun at the bowling event.

It’s not about bowling.  It’s about having fun and taking part in an informal group outing with people you know and like.

Bowl for Kids’ Sake is a fun and easy way to positively impact a child’s life.  Here how Bowl for Kids’ Sake works:

  • A $30 minimum pledge for each bowler includes a fountain drink or coffee and a 2011 Bowl for Kids’s Sake T-shirt.
  • Ten pins and Duck pins are available.
  • A person can have from one to six people on a team and as many teams as they can put together.
  • Bowling and shoes are free!  (as long as bowlers present their completed sponsor sheet at the end of the event).
  • The more sponsors, the greater the number of gift certificate and prize drawings.

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