bowling ball hitting pinsA student group is holding a bowling fundraiser April 3 in support of the John McGivney Children’s Centre.

Student bowling fundraiser to roll up support for kids with special needs

A student-organized bowling social will raise funds for the John McGivney Children’s Centre, a pediatric rehabilitation and treatment facility for persons up to 21 years old with physical, developmental or neurological challenges.

“We believe that these children deserve to live and be cared for in an inclusive environment where they can reach their full potential,” says organizer Kiran Saini, a liberal arts major. “Please come out with a group of friends and enjoy an evening of bowling and raffle prizes, while helping to make a difference in the lives of these children!”

The event—part of a class assignment for students in the business course “Management and Organizational Life”—is set for Sunday, April 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Rev’s Rose Bowl Lanes, 2482 Dougall Avenue. The $15 admission includes unlimited bowling and shoe rental; contact Saini at for more information or to confirm your attendance.

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