‘Bowling For Kids’ Sake’ fundraiser held


Big Brothers Big Sisters held a fundraising event for Fayette County “Bowling for Kids’ Sake” at LeElla Lanes Bowling Alley on April 7. Donations of $600 were made from the Elks Lodge #129, and $500 from the Eagles Aerie #423 to support the program in Fayette County. From left to right, Nicole Pickerrell, volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edward Helt, representing Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 and Fayette County Eagles Aerie #423; and Beth Beatty, child enrollment and school-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Big Brothers Big Sisters held a fundraising event for Fayette County “Bowling for Kids’ Sake” at LeElla Lanes Bowling Alley on April 7. Donations of $600 were made from the Elks Lodge #129, and $500 from the Eagles Aerie #423 to support the program in Fayette County. From left to right, Nicole Pickerrell, volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edward Helt, representing Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 and Fayette County Eagles Aerie #423; and Beth Beatty, child enrollment and school-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters.


Big Brothers Big Sisters held a fundraising event for Fayette County “Bowling for Kids’ Sake” at LeElla Lanes Bowling Alley on April 7. Donations of $600 were made from the Elks Lodge #129, and $500 from the Eagles Aerie #423 to support the program in Fayette County. From left to right, Nicole Pickerrell, volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edward Helt, representing Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 and Fayette County Eagles Aerie #423; and Beth Beatty, child enrollment and school-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Big Brothers Big Sisters held a fundraising event for Fayette County “Bowling for Kids’ Sake” at LeElla Lanes Bowling Alley on April 7. Donations of $600 were made from the Elks Lodge #129, and $500 from the Eagles Aerie #423 to support the program in Fayette County. From left to right, Nicole Pickerrell, volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edward Helt, representing Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 and Fayette County Eagles Aerie #423; and Beth Beatty, child enrollment and school-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_FullSizeRender.jpgBig Brothers Big Sisters held a fundraising event for Fayette County “Bowling for Kids’ Sake” at LeElla Lanes Bowling Alley on April 7. Donations of $600 were made from the Elks Lodge #129, and $500 from the Eagles Aerie #423 to support the program in Fayette County. From left to right, Nicole Pickerrell, volunteer and community outreach coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters; Edward Helt, representing Washington C.H. Elks Lodge #129 and Fayette County Eagles Aerie #423; and Beth Beatty, child enrollment and school-based coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters.