The BBBS Landlord of the Month for February is the Stingel Family. The donation is In loving memory of Dan Stingel, who “loved his community as much as we loved him.” The Stingel Family sponsored BBBS’s mortgage with $1,000. (Photo submitted)

Lacombe BBBS begins Bowl for Kids campaign

Bowl for Kids will now be in September

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District is letting the commuity know that Bowl for Kids is still on.

Due to the Dancer’s Edge Parent Association naming BBBS as a recipient for the dancer’s fundraising through the Night Among the Stars event, the annual Bowl for Kids Sake weekend has moved to September.

Given that, the event proceeds from Night Among the Stars is dedicated to the Dancer’s Edge Parent Association.

The school Wii Bowling Fundraising is still part the regular Bowl for Kids Sake campaign and is being hosted in March 2020 at eight different schools.

Bowl for Kids Sake is hopong to raise $60,000 and is looking for corporate sponsors.

BBBS is dedicated to bringinh the community quality programming and services to youth in need. They cannot help kids in our community without the community.

“Thank you for your sponsorship and dedication to our organization that helps carry out our mission of ‘committing to Canada’s young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs’,” a press release states.

BBBS is accepting sponsorships and will be advertise in March and again in September at the event.

For questions please contact us at 403-782-7870.

-With files from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lacombe and District

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