Bowl for Families raises $20,000 for Tahoe Family Solutions
November 30, 2016
Bowl for Families, held this year on Oct. 22, is an annual event that puts the “fun” in fundraising for Tahoe Family Solutions.
And this year was no exception. All available lanes for both shifts were filled with enthusiastic community members who enjoyed an afternoon of bowling, pizza and prizes while raising over $20,000 to support TFS programs in counseling, camping and education.
TFS thanks all the bowlers, local businesses, and supporters that helped make the day fun for attendees and impactful for local families who are most in need.
TFS is excited to announce the grand prize winner, Conor O’Brien. Conor was randomly drawn as the grand prize winner of a 5 carat diamond tennis bracelet donated by Diamonds by Shai.
Other prize winners include the highest game by Budd Milazzo, most money raised by Linda Woglom, and Clay Hall for the early bird drawing.
TFS appreciates and acknowledges Bowl for Families’ presenting sponsors: Diamonds by Shai, Bowl Incline, and North Lake Tahoe Bonanza.
Additionally, TFS thanks all of the participating Bowl For Families lane sponsors: Incline Spirits and Cigars, Alibi Ale Works, Rotary Club of Incline Village, The Local, Matt Dent, Kissino Pasta Sauce, The Potlatch, Susan and Mark Herron, T’s Mesquite Rotisserie, Village Market, Big Water Grille, Sierra Verde, T’s Mesquite Rotisserie, and A Perfect Workout.
This article was provided by Tahoe Family Solutions. Visit http://www.tahoefamily.org to learn more.
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