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posted 08 November 2008 12:19 PM      Profile for writer     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I'm thinking of being a team captain for a bowling fund raiser. This is a bit ... odd ... for me. Because I haven't bowled since I was 13 or something (it's hazy). And I bowled maybe twice. And I don't have a team to be captain of.

So I'm also thinking I need some bowling lessons. And other folks to join my team who think this would be a fun and worthwhile thing to do.

Please let me know if you'd like to participate in this fund raiser, as my bowling teacher, part of my bowling team, or both. Or start a team of your own!

- writer

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Be part of the fun and support METRAC’s youth violence prevention program, ReAct … help us reach our $20,000 goal!

Bowling 4 Change 2008

Saturday December 13, 2008, 3 -6 PM at Bowlerama West

(5429 Dundas Street West, at Kipling Station)

Each bowler is asked to raise $100-150. Get involved as a:

Team Captain (organizes and motivates a team of 4 to 8 people to collect pledges and bowl)

Bowler (collects pledges and bowls)

Lane Sponsors and donation opportunities are also available. For more information and to sign yourself up, contact METRAC by Thursday November 27:

416-392-3135 | info@metrac.org

Be a team captain, team member, lane sponsor, or donor. Come for food, fun, prizes, music, and to support a great youth program with amazing youth taking real steps to end violence against women and youth in the GTA.

If you're a team captain, all you have to do is organize a group of 4-8 of your friends and family to attend. Each of you will raise $100-150 in pledges, and come and bowl! Contact METRAC to sign up and get more information.

Respect in Action (ReAct) is METRAC’s peer youth violence prevention program. Every year, our dedicated team of youth Peer Facilitators go into the community to empower thousands of youth and educators to end violence against women and youth. METRAC is a not-for-profit, community-based organization that works to prevent violence against diverse women, youth, and children.

http://www.metrac.org


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