Want to Beat the Summer Heat?

Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 21st for a fun, cool, cosmic event to benefit area cancer patients.

Lawrence Rock’n Bowl – a STRIKE in the fight against cancer will take place in air- conditioned Royal Crest Lanes on Saturday, July 21st with three sessions to choose from (noon, 3pm and 6pm). Food, cold beverages, fun and prizes will be provided. Auction items and raffles will also be available.

The event will benefit local charity, The Catch a Break Fund (managed by the Lawrence Memorial Hospital Endowment) which assists area cancer patients faced with financial difficulties while fighting for their lives. It will also benefit LIVESTRONG fighting to improve the lives of people affected by cancer.

A tax deductible donation of $50 covers your entry fee, 3 games of cosmic bowling, shoe rental, food, beverage and fun. University of Kansas and Haskell students are half price. Children 15 and under are half price when accompanied by an adult. Register up to five people per team.

Visit our website www.lawrencerocknbowl.com for more information and to register. Registration forms are also available at Royal Crest Lanes, Wheat State Pizza, Great Plains Media, the UPS Store at 23rd & Kasold and O’Malley Beverage.

A big thank you to our sponsors O'Malley Beverage, Lawrence Cancer Center, Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Great Plains Media, Knology, A Helping Hand Home Care, Rebel Hawks and our many local supporters Royal Crest Lanes, Kern Group, Lawrence Oncology Nursing Society, The Oread & Eldridge Hotels, Wheat State Pizza, Johnny's Tavern, Marisco's, Conroy's, Muncher's Bakery, Punch! Boxing & Fitness, the Yacht Club, Cycle Works, the UPS Store - 23rd & Kasold, Framewoods, Waxman Candles, the Black Cat Cafe, Wellness Matters Massage, Wayne & Larry's, RWD Architect, P.A. and Sporting KC.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Rock'n Bowl

Rock'n Bowl by Michelle Derusseau

Tagged: Kansas, LIVESTRONG for Douglas County


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