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September 22, 2018

OCO Bowl-A-Fun To Benefit Human Services


FULTON, NY – Members of Oswego County Opportunities’ Bowl-A-Fun committee have put together an exciting afternoon of bowling and fun for the whole family as they wrap up plans for OCO’s ninth annual Bowl-A-Fun.

The Central Square Community Church bowling team enjoyed taking part in last year’s Bowl-A-Fun. Clockwise from bottom left are: Casey Amidon, Sherrie VanAllen (parent volunteer), Taylor Parker, Tyler VanAllen, Alex Cordone, Malcolm Allen, and Zach VanAllen.

The Central Square Community Church bowling team enjoyed taking part in last year’s Bowl-A-Fun. Clockwise from bottom left are: Casey Amidon, Sherrie VanAllen (parent volunteer), Taylor Parker, Tyler VanAllen, Alex Cordone, Malcolm Allen, and Zach VanAllen.

Set for April 10 at Lakeview Lanes in Fulton, OCO’s Bowl-A-Fun, hosted by radio personalities from B104.7, promises to be a fun filled event that will help raise funds to help support help support the efforts of Oswego County Opportunities.

OCO is currently accepting team registrations as well as sponsorships from businesses that would like to be a part of the event.

“We welcome teams from all sectors of the community: churches, corporations, schools, civic groups, and any group who wants to support the work of OCO while having a great time doing it. Now is the time to register your team and reserve your spot for an afternoon of fun at our ninth annual Bowl-A-Fun!” said committee member Christine Prevost.

At a cost of $15 per bowler, plus a minimum of $35 in pledges, participants receive two games of bowling and shoe rental, as well as complimentary refreshments and entries into prize drawings that take place throughout the event.

For more information or to register a team, call Denise Russell at 598-4705.

The event will consist of two flights of bowling: noon – 2:30 p.m. and 3 – 5:30 p.m., and will feature a full afternoon of food, fun, and door prizes.

For more information, visit www.oco.org

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