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February 23, 2013

Bowling, for kids’ sake

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Alleghenies’ hosted its signature fundraiser, Bowl For Kids’ Sake, at The Bowler in LaVale on Saturday afternoon. Pictured, clockwise from top, Avery Wallace of Cumberland bowled for Team Chessie; Jordan Crites, 3, of Cumberland bowled for Team Devlin Manor; and Kayna and Brody Clites, 4, of Bedford, Pa., bowled for Team Kayna. The event, which featured 57 teams, is the group’s largest fundraiser. The nonprofit agency has an annual budget of approximately $100,000, almost all of which stems from local donations, and organizers were hoping to raise about $40,000 on Saturday. Funds raised for the agency stay in the community, serving area children.

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