Get your team of four together now!
#DMD's Charity Duckpin Bowling Challenge.
Sunday, February 26.
3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Stoneleigh Lanes in Towson.
Get your team of four together and join #DMD for an afternoon of bowling fun on Sunday, February 26th at historic Stoneleigh Lanes on York Road in Towson!
[Just remember: "This is not Nam. This is bowling. There are rules."]
Here's the best part: You're bowling to win money for YOUR charity!
We'll also be donating proceeds from the event to the S.A.F.E. Alternative Foundation for Education, headed up by our friend Van Brooks.
LOOK HERE → → → Bring your children, too! We'll have lanes open for them with adult supervision throughout the three-hour period. And we'll feed them pizza as well!
This year, we'll be hosting a one-lane "Deck of Cards" game where you try to roll the equivalent of a card you draw – and if you do it on the first ball you throw, you could win up to $100 in cash!
Team entry fee: $300.
Each player receives:
It's $75 per-person for a great afternoon of fun, food, drinks and prize money!
1st place team -- $750 to their charity
2nd place team -- $400 to their charity
3rd place team -- $300 to their charity
4th place team -- $200 to their charity
We can only include 14 teams, so get your team registered today!!
A $75 deposit secures your team's spot in the field! Full payment due by February 1st, 2017.
Once you've paid the deposit, you will be contacted to register your team name and designate your charity.
Please join us on February 26, 2017 at Stoneleigh Lanes!
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