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Bowling season is upon us and we have the dates for this year’s Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters Bowl For Kids’ Sake. This is the main fundraising event for Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters (YBBBS) and we have participated for 10+ years. Local 3066 is willing to sponsor teams (up to $1500 combined) representing each of our chapters (CAFMA, Prescott, Mayer, Williamson Valley and Groom Creek). After the fundraising you will be rewarded with a 2 hour bowling party including pizza, prizes and drink tickets. This event is a little more complicated than our “show up & help events” and involves some very simple event registration/fundraising.
To get us started, please signup for the date you are available here – Signup Link: https://signup.com/go/uujvehi (You can also respond to this email or text me (928) 445-2727 and I will be happy to add you). ONCE WE HAVE AN IDEA OF HOW MANY TEAMS WE HAVE, I WILL FORWARD YOU THE EVENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION and INSTRUCTIONS.
Bowl for Kids Sake (supporting Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters)
Antelope Lanes – ALL DATES (6301 E 2nd St, Prescott Valley, AZ 86314)
Plaza Bowl – 3/21 ONLY (127 Plaza Dr, Prescott, AZ 86303)
WHEN: (various times available for each date, time slot selected on registration)
March 21 (CAFMA & PFD B-Shift)
March 22 (CAFMA & PFD C-Shift)
March 28 (CAFMA B-Shift & PFD C-Shift)
March 29 (CAFMA C-Shift & PFD A-Shift)
April 11(CAFMA C-Shift & PFD A-Shift)
At least 1-2 teams from each Local 3066 Chapter
Nick Fournier (928) 533-2550 or Russ Smith (928) 445-2727
Bowl for Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature fundraiser. Every year, half a million people across America come together to have fun and raise money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters. Bowl for Kids’ Sake is the fun and easy way for individuals and companies to make an impact on the local community—it only takes a little bit of effort to raise the money that is vital to our program’s success. Fundraising teams collect donations and then celebrate their success by attending a local bowling party.