The Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Bowl For Kids Sake Fundraiser is underway and today some WHIZ employees took part in a Wii Tournament.
In order to raise some extra money for the bowling benefit, members of our staff took part in a preliminary competition. Tomorrow there will be championship game for the grand prize between the Z92 morning radio host AC Carter and WHIZ employee Ronda Osborne.
Liz West, Senior Accountant at WHIZ and Event Organizer said, "It was was a five...
Big Brothers, Big Sisters largest fundraising event is still a few months away but it is not too early to prepare for the annual Bowl for Kids Sake.
This year, the mentoring program is celebrating it's 30th anniversary of the bowling event. In order to organize, the program is having two kickoff events. The first is on February 5th at Bryan Place at 5:30 PM and February 11th in Cambridge also at 5:30.
"The reason for the kickoff event is to invite people to come and learn...
Area seniors are doing their part to contribute to the Muskingum County Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser.
Although the seniors weren't using "real" bowling balls, they were knocking down pins with Wii remotes. Tracy Rector of the Willow Haven Care Center said the tournament is a way for the seniors to get exercise and help the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization at the same time.
"They are a very important part of our community," said Rector. "...
Bowlers are lacing up their shoes in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Maysville All Star Lanes is hosting the Muskingum County Bowl for Kids Sake, which generates about 40% of the organization's operating budget. Mollie Crooks of Big Brothers Big Sisters said the event raised $92,000 last year.
"There's a variety of ways that people get involved," said Crooks. "The bowling here today is the celebration of their efforts. We had folks that did...
Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for volunteers to help raise money - by bowling.
The Bowl for Kids Sake "Rock and Bowl" event raises money to help recruit, screen and match volunteer mentors with local youth. Executive Director Mollie Crooks says she was overwhelmed by the community's generosity at last year's event.
"The Bowl for Kids Sake in Muskingum County has turned into a four day event because of the great support and great participation we've had...
Big Brothers Big Sisters is asking for your help to strike it big.
The Annual Bowl For Kids Sake event is a big hit for the Muskingum County Division, and they now want the same success for Guernsey County.
Big Brothers Big Sister Development Coordinator, Sarah Browning said, "And I think everyone knows here in Muskingum county how important that is to us. We just want to send that message over to Guernsey County to let them know, if we can bring...
The local chapter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters hosted its 27th Annual "Bowl for Kids Sake" on Sunday.
Executive Director Mollie Crooks said 32% of the organization's funding is generated through this event.
"It's a phenomenally giving community and so we know there's a lots of opportunities for people to give, we think that the people that give to our program are passionate about children who see the results," she Crooks.
Local seniors put a unique "spin" on Bowl for Kid's Sake, a fundraiser for Big Brothers, Big Sisters.
The players Wii bowled at the Center for Seniors. The competition featured 10 teams including last year's champions who traveled from Morgan County.
"The residents wanted to come up and support the big brothers, big sisters and help them out in anyway they can and that is what we are here for and to have a good time," said Judy Cain from Highland Oaks.
The 26th Annual Bowl for Kids Sake is coming up and there's a way you can get involved.
It's the Big Brothers Big Sisters largest fundraiser and now is the time to get a team together. Get a team of up to five people together and support the Bowl for Kids Sake.
"It's very easy to get involved with bowl for kids sake. This is my favorite fundraising event because I think cause it doesn't cost the company or business anything. You just have to get permission from your...