StrikeForVets

STRIKE For Vets
Charity Bowling Event

 

100% of the proceeds will go to Stay in Step

 

 

DETAILS

Date: March 5th, 2017
Check-in: 11:30am
Cost: $125/team – 5 players per team

Location:  Hosted by BoardWalk Bowl Entertainment Center in Orlando, FL

10749 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando, FL 32817

Phone: (407) 384-0003

  • 5 Person Teams
  • Raffle & Silent Auction!
  • Baker Match Play
  • Format Round Robin
  • Adult and Youth May Participate!

PRIZES INCLUDE

1ST Place TeamFree New Balls!

2nd Place TeamTravel Bags!

3rd Place TeamStrike for Vets Shirts!

 

 

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$ 125
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Donation Total: $125


 

DanielBolan140xDaniel Bolan of Orlando, Florida, has been selected as the 2016 United States Bowling Congress Youth Ambassadors of the Year. Bolan is a junior at Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando. He started the Strike for Vets Charity Bowling Tournament in 2015 to raise funds for the Stay in Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center that helps injured veterans and others with spinal injuries. The event not only raised  money but generated awareness and introduced wounded veterans to the sport of bowling.

Bolan is a junior at Bishop Moore Catholic High School in Orlando. He started the Strike for Vets Charity Bowling Tournament in 2015 to raise funds for the Stay in Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center that helps injured veterans and others with spinal injuries. The event not only raised money but generated awareness and introduced wounded veterans to the sport of bowling.

He received the Orange County Distinguished Citizen of the Year Award for building Mercy Garden, a memorial garden for those who have died in senseless acts of violence. It was Bolan’s Eagle Scout Project and took just over a year to plan and build, including raising more than $50,000 and recruiting 76 volunteers, who contributed 587 hours to the project.

“It gives me great joy to know my support and service to the bowling community has been recognized,” Bolan said. “I am more than surprised to be accepting this award, as well as very humbled and grateful.”

Bolan, who also volunteers as a coach with Seminole Special Olympics, is an accomplished bowler. He was 58th in the U15 Division at the Junior Gold Championships in 2014, won the Great Orlando Division I City Championship in 2015 and was selected to the 2014-2015 USBC Orlando Regional Boys Youth All-City Team.

Harrington and Bolan will be presented their USBC Youth Ambassador of the Year awards during the USBC Convention, set for April 26-29 in Las Vegas.