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STRIKE DOWN DIABETES Bowling Fundraiser

Host Brandon Balsis with event mascot Jacob O'Brien

Host Brandon Balsis with event mascot Jacob O'Brien

Brandon Balsis, of Tinley Park, will host his 6th Annual STRIKE DOWN DIABETES Cosmic Bowling Fundraiser to benefit the JDRF on Saturday-June 9, 2012. This year's event will return to it's original venue, Orland Bowl in Orland Park, to accommodate it's increased size of loyal supporters.

Brandon and his Strike Down Team have planned another fun evening on the lanes which will include: 4 hours of open cosmic bowling, door prizes, gift raffles, silent auctions, cash raffles, music and a generous buffet catered by Mickadoons. They hope to raise another generous donation for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation-their past events have raised over $17,000 in donations.

Balsis and his team of volunteers are committed to growing and improving their event each year. They strive to provide an enjoyable event that encourages local families dealing with diabetes to participate and feel the support of their community.

The STRIKE DOWN DIABETES fundraiser has grown in recognition and size each year. Brandon is pleased to see returning participants but always hopes to draw new supporters to each event. If you'd like to be part of the festivities, enjoy bowling, or just want to watch the fun and support the effort, please see the information below. And remember-your scores don't count, but your participation sure does!!

Brandon's 6th Annual
Strike Down Diabetes Cosmic Bowling Fundraiser
Saturday ~ June 9. 2012
Orland Bowl ~ 8601 W 159th St ~ Orland Park
7:30pm Raffles Open – 8:00pm Bowling Begins
$35 individual ticket fee or reserve a full lane of 6 for $175

For information or to purchase tickets:
E-mail: strikedown13@aol.com
Call: Denise @ 815.464.9123
Visit: our Facebook page @ Strikedown Diabetes

GIFT RAFFLES*DOOR PRIZES*CASH RAFFLES*AUCTIONS*FOOD*MUSIC*BOWLING

All proceeds to benefit:
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

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