Special Olympics bowling fundraiser

By on January 29, 2014
A bowling fundraiser at Kobau Lanes raised more than $2,000 Monday night as part of the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity in B.C. The local event was organized by Osoyoos Special Olympics and drew more than 45 participants. The Kiwanis Club of Oliver donated $1,000. Shown from left are Marc Aucoin, on the staff at Kobau Lanes, Ken Yoxall, president of Kiwanis Club of Oliver, Mary Roberts, assistant treasurer with Kiwanis and Lee Chic, local coordinator with South Okanagan Special Olympics. (Richard McGuire photo)

A bowling fundraiser at Kobau Lanes raised more than $2,000 Monday night as part of the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity in B.C. The local event was organized by Osoyoos Special Olympics and drew more than 45 participants. The Kiwanis Club of Oliver donated $1,000. Shown from left are Marc Aucoin, on the staff at Kobau Lanes, Ken Yoxall, president of Kiwanis Club of Oliver, Mary Roberts, assistant treasurer with Kiwanis and Lee Chic, local coordinator with South Okanagan Special Olympics. (Richard McGuire photo)

Alberto Holz concentrates as he lets go with a shot in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)
Alberto Holz concentrates as he lets go with a shot in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Tom Francis guides his ball in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Tom Francis guides his ball in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Angela Lannigan, president of the Aktion Club, lets go of her ball in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Angela Lannigan, president of the Aktion Club, lets go of her ball in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Loriss Larson takes her turn while Angela Lannigan looks on in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Loriss Larson takes her turn while Angela Lannigan looks on in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Kyle Sanderson winds up for a shot in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Kyle Sanderson winds up for a shot in the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Angela Lannigan, president of the Aktion Club (right), presents a cheque to Marc Aucoin, on the staff of Kobau Lanes, during the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children's charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

Angela Lannigan, president of the Aktion Club (right), presents a cheque to Marc Aucoin, on the staff of Kobau Lanes, during the Osoyoos Special Olympics bowling fundraiser on Monday. Money raised goes to the BC Bowls for Kids campaign of Variety, the children’s charity. (Richard McGuire photo)

 

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