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March 10, 2013

PUBLIC FORUM: Thanks for making event a success

— Another successful event for Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake! There were 121 teams this year and we are thankful for each and every one of you! Each year this event raises money to enrich the lives of local children, along with awareness of our organization.  We serve children in Cass County between the ages of 6-18, through our community-based and site-based programs. Anyone interested in learning more can contact our office at 722-2222.

We would like to thank everyone who bowled and donated to our cause and … The Andersons, Walmart, Federal Mogul, Security Federal, Minglin Jeweler’s, Bruno’s Pizza, Great Clips, Myers Sport Bowl, Community State Bank of Royal Center, Baker Specialty, Beacon Credit Union, Engineering Aggregates, ESSROC, Logansport Noon Kiwanis, Matthew-Warren, Reid Roofing, Steinberger Construction, Cole Hardwood, Consolidated Union, Dilling Mechanical, Gangloff Industries, Logansport Savings Bank, Miller Tolbert Muehlhausen Muehlhausen Groff & Damm, Mix 102.3, Myers Spring, Pepsi, Small Parts, Wealth Mgmt Solutions, Zehner Maloy & Associates, American Legion Post #60, A.Raymond Tinnerman, Cass County Roosters, Cass County Title Company, Deichman Excavating, D & B Trucking, First Farmers Bank & Trust, Hanna Small Sabatini Becker Murray & Cox, Tom Herd, Hoosier Country 103.7, Luke Jackson, Kroeger Funeral Home, Landis PTO,  Logansport Memorial Hospital, Marocco-Rans Funeral Home, Martins Super Markets, Mayor Ted Franklin, Michael & Stephenson Attorneys at Law, Midwest Eye Consultants, Mike Anderson Auto Group, Morning Kiwanis, Mr. Happy Burger, Nipsco, Pharos-Tribune, Randy & Susan Pryor, Psi Iota Xi, RD Trucking, Shiloh Christian Church, United Way of Cass County, Tierney Industrial, U.S. Cellular, Weldstar, Workman & Associates, WSAL 1230 AM, and Steve Schwering. With 600 bowlers and numerous donors, we cannot possibly mention everyone! I apologize if I have mistakenly omitted someone.

April Zartman, executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cass County

 

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