Bowling raises thousands

The Big Brothers Big Sisters held their annual Bowl-a-Thon Feb. 22 and raised $18,767 with some pledges still to be tallied.

Making the shots count: Ponoka Elementary School won best costume for their tribute to the Big Brothers Big Sisters centennial. Cindy McLaren tries to balance her cake and bowling ball.

Making the shots count: Ponoka Elementary School won best costume for their tribute to the Big Brothers Big Sisters centennial. Cindy McLaren tries to balance her cake and bowling ball.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters held their annual Bowl-a-Thon Feb. 22 and raised $18,767 with some pledges still to be tallied.

First place for team costume went to the Ponoka Elementary School with their fancy cakes and the Rowland Grandkids — Serge, Avery and Baily — won for best youth costume with their old fashioned look. Domino’s Pizza raised the most funds of $1,267.

Individuals who raised the most were:

• Susan Whitecotton, $585.

• Best youth, Tommy Malcolm, $381.

• Online was Jennifer Hindley.

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