Morning Light, Inc. fosters nonprofit community services and programs in central Indiana for the terminally ill, seniors, and families of limited means in need of health, wellness or end of life care.
Bowlers are enjoying "Rolling for Hope"
Morning Light hosted the inaugural Rolling for Hope fundraising event, entertaining bowlers at Woodland Bowling Center in Indianapolis. Participants shared positive feedback of smiles and compliments, in addition to being focused on their bowling skills, money raised benefited the Abbie Hunt Bryce Home and Pennwood Place Senior Citizen Apartment residents. The event raised $3,000.
"Living On A Spare" members pause for a smile
Trophies were given to first, second and third place teams. Earning first place was Team Iacobucci, with Captain Tony Iacobucci of WestPoint Financial Group, Mike Hamilton, Ken Carite, Drew Bloch, Joe Knoth and Steve Myren. Second place finishers were Dr. Michael Miller of Miller Care Group. He was joined by Lindsey Markey, Chase Markey, Micah Docherty and Sherry Eising. Finishing in the third spot was the GMFS Reverse Mortgage Team, consisting of team Captain Terri Geer, Co-Captain Jamie Burton, Matt Shuppert, Kim Pines, Ruth Ann Berkey and Jon Geitgey.
Participants received door prize giveaways and take home gift bags.
"Team Tommy" poses for a photo
Raffle prizes were donated by Andy Mattingly of Forum Credit Union. Prizes consisted of men’s Callaway golf fair wood driver, men’s Callaway golf wedge, cooler/chair converter, mini back pack iPad holder, a basket of assorted golf accessories, leather iPad portfolio case and Ogio athletic duffel bag.
Door prizes were donated by Arby’s, BRICS Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station, Crackers Comedy Club, Managepoint Employment Management, and Regions Bank – North Keystone Avenue location.
Tony I. encourages his teammates
Morning Light would like to thank other participating team sponsors and donors which included, Sheila Barr, Lee Ann Blue, Bill Butler, Bill Cathcart, Scott Copas, Catholic Business Exchange, Joe Gaafar, Jim Graham, Nancy Foster, Dr. Aaron Kalinowski, Linda Karressy, John Kohlbacher, Jan Lorenzano, Angeline Protogere, Stenz Management and others.
Seven residents from Pennwood Place Apartments participated in the event, as well.
Morning Light would like to thank everyone for their continued support!
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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