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9th Annual Bowling for Babies
Family Fun
Date: January 25, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location: Show map
AMF University Lanes
5900 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28213

Contact: Shonita Alford
Phone: 704-394-3055
Email: bowling4babies@zetasofcharlotte.org
Site: www.zetasofcharlotte.org

The Zetas of Charlotte Benevolent Foundation will host their 9th Annual “Bowling for Babies” event at the University AMF Lanes. For years, this event has been heavily supported by local businesses and community organizations; typically resulting in the alley being completely sold-out! The purpose of the event is not only to provide a family-oriented, enjoyable activity for the community – but more importantly, to raise awareness for prematurity – something that affects far too many families. The cost for adults is $16.00/person and children 12 & under is $13.00/person. Fees include two games and bowling shoes. On-site registration (cash only) will be accepted throughout event for Open Play teams as lanes are available. Competition teams must register by Tuesday, December 31st. Online registration is available at the website.




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