This past weekend I participated in a bowl-a-thon fundraiser for the Michigan Disabilities Coalition.
Participate is not an accurate word. I may be slingless, but I'm not allowed to lift that much, even with the good arm. So, I was team cheerleader! Here are Jane, Kip and Sharon watching a good score!
Our intrepid team, The Joyworkers, featured my pals John, Kip and Dick in the back row and organizer Sharon, Jane, Kate and me (rah!) Judy was sick, but we thought of her often!
John's wife Sharon organized the teams and played with The Booth Group! They are Judy, Mike, Sharon, Cathie and Meegan.
The event made more than $8,000 for the coalition and our group (Sharon's efforts at sponsorships) brought in about $1,500! We didn't win any prizes, but we had a great time!
A reminder that you can win a crystal similar to this one by commenting on this post and others this month. For more about the Crystal Project done by my friend Richard to help support the Greater Lansing Food Bank, see this post. It's a terrific way to help teach elementary children about giving back.
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