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24th Annual Bowl For Kids' Sake benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters

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2009 Bowl For Kids' Sake Spirit Award Winners

2009 Bowl For Kids' Sake Spirit Award Winners

Above is a video of our interview on WOOD TV8's EightWest with Paul Miller, Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters and Lisa Puente, Mentors For Success Coordinator.  Take a look! 
What: 24th Annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake – the biggest bowling party of the year.
Recruit friends, co-workers and family members to collect pledges and bowl with you.
When / Where: Eastbrook Lanes – 3500 Lake Eastbrook Blvd., Grand Rapids
Friday, March 5 - 5:45PM, 8:30 PM
Saturday, March 6 - 12:00 PM
Sunday, March 7 - 12:00 PM
Friday, March 12 - 5:45PM, 8:30 PM
Friday, March 19 – 5:45PM, 8:30 PM
Click on the link to watch our interview on WOOD TV8's EightWest yesterday! 
Please Note: Dates and times are subject to change. Bowling venues and flights may be added or subtracted based on demand.
Why: Bowl For Kids’ Sake proceeds match children with positive Big Brother and Big Sister volunteer mentors. In 2009, 60 children were matched to Big Brothers or Big Sisters as a result of Bowl For Kids’ Sake.
Prizes: Bowling, T-shirts, and pizza are free when you return $75 in pledges. Additional prizes will be awarded for the top team recruiter, the top individual fundraiser, and individual pledge benchmarks ($150, $300, and $500+). And new this year… a $1,000 Prize Drawing! The annual Spirit Award will also be given to the team that is fun, energetic, and enthusiastic!
Additional sponsors include: Allegiant Airlines, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Celebration! Cinema, Domino’s Pizza, Eastbrook Lanes, and Meijer.

For More Information: Call Big Brothers Big Sisters – (616) 451-2021. Registration online at available.   

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