126 bowlers Rolled for Hope on August 17, 2016 in support of programs at Pennwood Place Senior Apartments and the residents at Abbie Hunt Bryce Home. $8,100 was raised as corporate professionals networked. The event grew from 8 to 26 teams in three years.
Ten baskets of prizes were awarded. Pictured is Brenda Schultz winner of the autographed basketball & autographed team photo of Indiana Fever; Dr. Aaron Kalinowski winner of framed Mirror donated by Renditions Fine Art.
Each team came up with creative team names:
5 Strikers, 7-10 Split, Ally Cats, Ball Busters, Better Late Than Never, Charlie’s Angels, Divine Pintervention, Dolls With Balls, Eskenazi Health, Holy Rollers, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Gutter, Koorsen King Pins, Monkeys That Don’t Give a Split, Pennwood Pacers, Petrow Kane Leemhius, PNC Bank Rollers, Queen Pins, Rolling in the Dough, Sikich Strikers, Spareless Primates, Split Happens, Team Cleveland, The “Home” Team, The Dudes, The Royal Blues and The Wild Bunch. Click here to see memorable moments.
Abbie Hunt Bryce Home residents are always in need of food, clothing, and other household and living supplies. If you wish to donate, contact the Home at 317.860.0484.
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