ALTON — The Junior League of Greater Alton announces its annual bowling tournament Saturday, April 30, at Bowl Haven Lanes, 3003 Washington Ave.
Check-in is at 6:30 p.m. and bowling will be 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
“This year the theme is a Fiesta Bowling Tournament,” event chair Laura Shansey said. “Every year the bowling tournament is a blast. I hope you can join us, show off your bowling skills and support Junior League’s mission to help women and children in the Riverbend.”
The cost to join the tournament is $40 per team and includes three games and shoe rental. Team members must be 18 or older. Cash prizes will be awarded, and there will be both 50/50 and heads-or-tails games throughout the evening.
To learn more and register a team, visit http://juniorleaguealton.org/bowling-tournament/ or www.facebook.com/JuniorLeagueGreaterAlton/ for event updates.
For information, contact event chair Laura Shansey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Junior League of Greater Alton is a not-for-profit organization of local women that has been promoting volunteerism since 1952. One hundred percent of the proceeds raised by JLGA throughout the year are used to fund projects/agencies supported by Junior League including: The Family Literacy Program, which assists parents in attaining their GEDs, career exploration, parenting workshops, family visits with literacy activities, library events and support services; the OASIS Women’s Center, which provides shelter and support for battered women and homeless, chemically dependent women and their children; Riverbend Headstart, which provides early childhood education for children living in poverty or who are challenged with special circumstances; and the Riverbender.com Community Center, which provides a safe environment for middle school and high school-aged children to interact and learn.