Bowl For Kid's Sake Draws Big Crowd

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Wichita, KAN. -- It really didn't matter whether you rolled a strike or a gutter ball. It's all good fun at Northrock Lanes Sunday where journalists turned out to support Bowl For Kid's Sake. Money raised through pledges will support Big Brothers Big Sisters.

KAKE's team included Annette Lawless, Jordan Shefte, Jay Prater and several others.

The non profit organization helps thousands of children by giving them not only a friend but someone to look up to.

"It means everything to us", said Shirley Dieker who works for Big Brothers Big Sisters. "It helps fund all the matches and provides support for all those littles who need a mentor out there."

Those who raises at least $150 received their choice of a WSU, KU or K-State t-shirt. This is one of several bowling events that started in February and go through April. But the real winners are the kids who will benefit from a mentor match.

For more information, or to donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters, click here.


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