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Big Brothers Big Sisters first annual Bowl for Kids Sake, held Saturday at Pizza Inn, was a huge success. The event drew 18 teams, 38 sponsors and raised $21,087, exceeding event director Michelle Madrid’s goal of $20,000. Pictured is the Cool Arrows team, which includes, left to right, Troy Harris, Leslie Patterson, Tom Madrid, Jason Fuentes and Chad Frost. Bowlers Leslie Patterson and Shannon Johnson raised the most individual donation money and the Bowling Stones was the top team for securing fundraiser donations. (Photo courtesy of Michelle Madrid)
Big Brothers Big Sisters first annual Bowl for Kids Sake, held Saturday at Pizza Inn, was a huge success. The event drew 18 teams, 38 sponsors and raised $21,087, exceeding event director Michelle Madrid’s goal of $20,000. Pictured is the Cool Arrows team, which includes, left to right, Troy Harris, Leslie Patterson, Tom Madrid, Jason Fuentes and Chad Frost. Bowlers Leslie Patterson and Shannon Johnson raised the most individual donation money and the Bowling Stones was the top team for securing fundraiser donations. (Photo courtesy of Michelle Madrid)

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