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10th Annual Bowl-4-Animal Rescue

Join retired professional bowlers Michelle Mullen and Aleta Sill in their quest to help those who cannot help themselves and spread the word to "Adopt, Don't Shop!" Bowlers will enjoy 3 games of 9-pin "No Tap" and Red Robin food, a tin can auction and 50/50 raffles. There will be a DJ and karaoke. You will also have the opportunity to watch a professional bowler throw a strike for you. Bring canned or a bag of food and receive $10 in auction tickets.

Venue Details

  • Country Lanes

    30250 W 9 Mile Rd., Farmington Hills Greater Detroit Area

    (248) 615-9060; (248) 442-9594 (FAX)


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