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Four More Chances to Bowl in the 24th Annual Bowl For Kids' Sake

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The Foster Care Team won this year's Spirit Award!

The Foster Care Team won this year's Spirit Award!

United Bank came out to support us again. Thanks United Bank!

United Bank came out to support us again. Thanks United Bank!

D.A. Blodgett - St. John's supporters gathered for a quick picture in between bowling.

D.A. Blodgett - St. John's supporters gathered for a quick picture in between bowling.

 The 2010 Bowl For Kids' Sake event is well on it's way!  There are two more days left to bowl - Friday, March 12th & Friday, March 19th.  Both days have flights at 5:45PM & 8:30PM.  Log on to www.dablodgett.org to sign up and register today!  Each flight competes for the infamous Spirit Award and a birthday cake is given away to the bowler with the closest birthday, courtesy of Marge's Donut Den.  Come out to have some fun raising support for Big Brothers Big Sisters!  Currently, we have roughly 600 children waiting for a Big Brother or Big Sister mentor.  Can't wait to see you at Eastbrook Lanes this Friday or next! 

 

You can see our latest coverage of the event on WOOD TV8's EightWest at: http://www.woodtv.com/dpp/eightwest/Bowl_for_Kids_Sake

And FOX 17 at: http://www.fox17online.com/news/fox17-big-brothers-big-sisters-bowling,0,981202.story

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