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Big Brothers Big Sisters hosts Bowl for Kids' Sake at Whitewood Lanes

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Information courtesy of Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lubbock will host their annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake event at Whitewood Lanes on Saturday, April 7th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Bowl for Kids' Sake is an annual event benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lubbock. This is a fun event for all skill levels! 

All proceeds remain local and directly support the matches between the children that we serve and
their volunteer mentors.

Each year businesses professionals, families and students work together for one purpose: to match more kids with caring, adult mentors, changing their lives forever. Bowl for Kids’ Sake has a special theme each year. This year’s theme is, “Calling All Superheroes.” Participants are encouraged to wear superhero themed costumes!

“Bowl for Kids’ Sake is more than just a day of bowling and fun, it is the community coming together
to provide free mentoring services to children and support for families,” said Melissa Corley, Executive
Director at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lubbock.

The cost is $35 per person to participate. Each participant will receive 2 hours of unlimited bowling,
snacks, event t-shirt and more.

All of the proceeds raised by the event directly benefits our agency and contributions are tax
deductible.

For more information or to register, visit bbbslubbock.org or Call Big Brothers Big Sisters at (806)
763-6131. 
 

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