Article May 27th,2009- News Herald
Bowl For Kids’ Sake 2010
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Bowl For Kids’ Sake 2010 made for an eventful weekend. The party started at Rock ‘n Bowl on Friday night, April 9th and continued into our traditional Bowl For Kids’ Sake festivities on Saturday, April 10th, with two 3-hour bowling sessions. On the third and final day, Bowl For Kids’ Sake was wrapped up with a tournament at Havasu Lanes.
In addition to the Lake Havasu Bowl For Kids’ Sake event, 2010 is the first year the Bowl For Kids’ Sake event expanded to the Kingman community. Rock’n Bowl and the session bowl took place at Cerbat Lanes raising over $1,200 for the Kingman community’s Big Brothers Big Sisters program expansion efforts. Thank you to Cerbat Lanes staff and a HUGE THANK YOU to the Cerbat Lanes Ambassadors.
We knew that it was going to be a big event this year and that is why we are so thankful for the help from the staff and ambassadors for Havasu Lanes and Cerbat Lanes. In total there were over 300 bowlers raising over $14,000 in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mohave County
Don’s Auto Body Summer Golf Tournament & Construction League Raised $4,092
Lake Havasu City, AZ (August 11, 2009)–
The summer heat did not stop 62 golfers last Saturday, August 8th, from coming out in support of Interagency Council’s Big Brothers Big Sisters programs. Don’s Auto Body organized and hosted the Summer Golf Tournament to support Interagency’s Big Brothers Big Sisters in Lake Havasu City. The two-man scramble tournament also marked the celebration of the end of the Summer Construction League at Havasu Island Golf Course which was organized jointly by Rob Regnier, General Manager of Havasu Island Golf Course, and Chad Underwood, Don’s Auto Body General Manager. In addition to $1,200 raised in the Construction League, the Don’s Auto Body Golf Tournament raised $2,892 leading up to the grand total of $4,092 raised in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs.
“The golfers and hole sponsors were so generous and supportive of Big Brothers Big Sisters. I was surprised and certainly thankful when each of the 7 placing teams donated their winnings back to the program. I was especially touched when Tom Goodell from Mad Tz donated his 50/50 winnings of $293 back to the organization after already contributing $200 in sponsorships. The enthusiasm for the cause was flowing and that is what makes the event successful,” said Big Brothers Big Sisters Program Director Melissa Underwood.
Thank You Don’s Auto Body for Organizing the Tournament