Bowl for Kids Portage

par BIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS OF PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, INC

  • mercredi, 18 janvier 2017 de 8:30 Matin à dimanche, 30 avril 2017 12:00 Matin (HAA)
  • Southport Bowl Bldg 79, Southport, MB R0H 1N0

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Aperçu

Teams of 4-6 people will raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Portage la Prairie.  

Choose a date and time to bowl. Contact Big Brothers Big Sisters of Portage

204 857-4397, bbbsportage@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca to register your team.

Pledge sheets will be given and each team member is asked to collect funds; a minimum of $100 for adults and $20 for children.

Pledge sheets are brought on the day of the event.

The theme this year is Dr. Suess - so a prize will be offered for the best dressed team.

Prizes are given for funds raised:  $100, 300, 600, 800

go to www.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca/portage for more information

Détails

Bowling dates and times to choose from:  

March 10 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 9:30

March 12 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00

Arrive 1/2 hour before the event, sign in, acquire your bowling shoes, have refreshments.

At the time allotted you will be given a lane to bowl on and directions.

There will be two games played.  The first is a Bingo bowl.  The first team to yell Bingo wins a prize.

The second game is a funky bowl.  After the bowling games, prizes are given and you are on your way.  

No experience necessary to play.

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Southport Bowl
Bldg 79, Southport, MB R0H 1N0

18 janvier 2017
mercredi, 18 janvier 2017 8:30 Matin (HNA)

Organisateur

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Portage la Prairie
15 Tupper St. S
Portage la Prairie , MB
R1N 1W7

À propos de cet organisme

Big Brothers Big Sisters partners with parents and schools to provide mentors for the purpose of friendship to children 6-18 years of age in Portage la Prairie and area. Mentors provide the child with opportunities to grow and learn things that they might not otherwise have gotten. Children with a mentor are more likely to complete high school, less likely to abuse drugs/alcohol and will have better relationships with others. For every $1 that is donated there is an $18 social return to the society. 'The Mentoring Effect' study. Having a mentor makes a difference for the child, the mentor and society.