Thursday, 30 April 2015 11:38

Saskatchewan Abilities Council hosts 27th annual Ability Bowl in Swift Current, April 25, 2015

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A long-time Swift Current tradition in support of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council took place at the Frontier Bowling Lanes on April 25 with the 27th annual Ability Bowl. The theme of this year's fundraising event was Birthday Bowl in celebration of the 50 years of community support to the Swift Current branch. Swift Current Mayor Jerrod Schafer threw the first ball at the start of the event. A total of 33 teams with 165 bowlers participated in the event to raise funds for the programs and services provided to over 2,000 people with varying abilities at the Swift Current branch of Saskatchewan Abilities Council. The top individual fundraisers were Deanne Larson from the team Signs ‘n Such ($5,286.00) and Dorothy Quebec ($2,650.00). Aaron Matthews received the Bob Hayes Memorial plaque for the Saskatchewan Abilities Council client who raised the most funds. He raised $1,278.00. The top fundraising team was Signs ‘n Such ($8,686.00) and the second place team was Birthday Partiers ($2,802.50).

 

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