Bowling contest to advantage schools

February 15, 2018 - School Supplies

TAHLEQUAH — Deadline for a annual Leadership Tahlequah Bowling Tournament during Thunderbowl is Feb. 19 with a contest to follow from 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Feb. 26, according to a news release. This year’s class, Leadership Class XXI, is hosting a organization’s annual contest to lift supports for a Cherokee County School Supply Drive project.

The contest consists of a four-person team. Entry is $200 per team. Proceeds go toward a category plan to yield reserve including classroom reserve and hygiene reserve to Cherokee County schools.

There will be a $200 initial place prize, $100 second place esteem and a $50 third place prize. In addition, there will be prizes given out to “best dressed” and “best group name.”

School supply concession sites are Armstrong Bank on Muskogee Avenue, Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce, City Hall, Sandtech, A’ Bloom, Cherokee County Election Board, Grand River Dam Authority Tahlequah Lumber, Mark Hodson State Farm, Bank of Cherokee County, Muskogee Avenue and easterly bypass locations during BancFirst and Stuteville Ford.

If playing, one concession per actor is requested during a doorway for shoe rental. If one would like to be a spectator, Leadership XXI requests that a concession be done during a door, as well.

“Donations can be new paper, crayons, tissues, palm sanitizer or toiletries like shampoo and conditioner,” pronounced Jami Murphy, Leadership participant. “Many schools bear a charge of creation a tyro feel gentle when perplexing to get their education, so donations are not singular to a standard propagandize supplies. And money is always gladly accepted.”

Information: Addie Wyont, (918) 207-8986; or Rian Cragar, (918) 822-2237; or revisit a eventuality on Facebook during https://www.facebook.com/events/446967309052406/.

source ⦿ http://www.muskogeephoenix.com/news/bowling-tournament-to-benefit-schools/article_dd6a695a-ffac-5eea-a662-e9e8b14629b1.html

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