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Holiday Lanes hosts Bowl for the Cure event that raises $3,300 for Susan G. Komen

Holiday Lanes spared nothing to help “Roll to a Million” with their third Bowl for the Cure event.

The event was held Saturday, Feb. 15 and Holiday Lanes will make a donation of $3,300 to the Northwest Louisiana Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.

February is designated as Bowl for the Cure® month. The Bowl for the Cure® is a year-round fund-raising and breast cancer awareness initiative sponsored by USBC and The Bowling Foundation in partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Since Bowl for the Cure’s inception in 2000, people from across the country have hit the lanes to raise over $10,000,000.00 for breast cancer research and awareness. The foundation is the world’s largest grassroots organization of breast cancer survivors and activists.

There were 126 bowlers who participated in the event at Holiday Lanes. Others supported by participating in raffles and a silent auction, which included Bowling Pin Art from local artists and friends of the bowling center. Tournament Team Winners are as follows: Top Team with a combined score of 2928: “Awesome” David Larmar, Martin Taylor, Curtis Drayden and Damon Humphrey. Bottom team with a score of 777: “Pinksters”, Kimmie DeLaune, Clint DeLaune, Dana Sims and Londa Croall.

Holiday Lanes wishes to thank the community for supporting this event and making it such a success.

Holiday Lanes is located at 3316 Old Minden Road, Bossier City. For more info, visit www.bowlholidaylanes.com

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