The Stage is Set for The Bowl For Kids Sake Rock N Bowl 2024 Event
You'll have a blast bowling while supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana and their mentoring programs.
Rock Icons Assemble
Event Co-Chair Aurian Garrett promises a memorable experience, complete with VIP treatment, including a red carpet, paparazzi, and a pulsating rock n roll soundtrack throughout the 2-hour bowling session. And since this is a 'Tour', there will be more than one location to fundraise and bowl.
- Registration: Open for 6-person bowling teams at BowlEvansville.com, BowlMtVeron.com, or BowlNewburgh.com.
- Sessions: 13 bowling sessions across Franklin Lanes Evansville, Showplace FEC Newburgh, and Posey Lanes Mount Vernon.
- Dates: April 10, 17, 18, 20, and May 8, 9.
Male Mentors Needed
Executive Director Ryan Scott emphasized the urgency of the upcoming BOWL FOR KIDS SAKE event, stating that over 100 children, primarily boys, are seeking mentors. The event aims to support the 100 NEW MALE BIGS campaign, echoing the organization's commitment to nurturing the potential of every child. It really doesn't take a lot of time out of your life, but your influence can impact a child's life for the better.
Mentorship might sound huge, but guess what? It Takes Little to be BIG.
97% of Little maintained or improved their attitude toward risky behaviors.
Funding Bigs and Littles in Southern Indiana
To facilitate fundraising efforts, registered bowling teams will receive personalized web pages to aid in gathering the targeted $500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters. All proceeds from the event are dedicated to supporting the current and future Littles within the local program.
Bowl for Kids' Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana's largest, fundraiser. Check out some highlights of last year's fun.
Are you interested in becoming a ROCK 'N BOWL sponsor?
Ryan Scott Executive Director
(812) 425-6076 Ext. 5
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