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Marymount Academy Kicks Off 25th Bowl for Kids Sake

Dave Battaino, Executive Director, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Sudbury receives a $500 cheque from Marymount Academy to help kick of the 25th Bowl for Kids Sake. Marymount students, Andrea Zanini, President of Marymount Catholic Charities Council, Erika McDonald, Caroline Cisa-Pare, President of Student Council and Alex Fleury along with the entire student body came dressed in pyjamas to help launch this initiative and to celebrate Shrove Tuesday/Pancake Day

February 5, 2008 - Students from Marymount Academy joined Honorary Chair, Deputy Police Chief Frank Elsner in helping to kickoff the start of the 25th Bowl For Kids Sake for Big Brothers Big Sisters in the City of Greater Sudbury at Pep Rally this morning. On March 1, 2008 The Bowl For Kids' Sake will take place at Plaza Bowl from 1:30 p.m. through to midnight. This year’s theme year is "PAJAMA PARTY.” Students paid $2 for a pancake breakfast and the privilege of wearing their pyjamas to school with proceeds going to Big Brothers Big Sisters.

For every $200 in pledges Big Brothers Big Sisters will enter your name into a draw for a weekend for two at the Delta Sherwood Inn. Pledge incentive prizes are also being provided by Ramakko's Adventure World and Montana's Cookhouse.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Sudbury encourages you to pull your team of 4 to 6 bowlers together and get in on the fun. Additional prizes will be handed out at the bowl, including awards for the loudest team cheer, best dressed team and much more. So grab some of your friends, dust off your bowling shoes and have a great time while supporting a worthwhile cause.

The “25th Bowl for Kids Sake” at the Plaza Bowl, Saturday, March 1 from 1:30 p.m. to midnight.

Wear your pyjama’s!!!



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