My sister Liz and my nephew Thomas hosted a bowling fundraiser last year for a program called Heeling Autism. It is a program that provides service dogs to families with children who have Autism, or have an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
On Friday night, my sister and my nephew hosted their second annual bowling fundraiser for Heeling Autism, and like last year, the turnout was incredible.
Friends and families came out in support of eachother for a fun evening and for this worthy cause.
My sister Pat lives in western Pennsylvania and was unable to join us on Friday night. She is a quilter and she donated a custom designed themed quilt for a raffle prize.
Is it not incredible? She used the official logo for the foundation and then created the remaining design.
The pictures do it no justice! It is a beautiful quilt, and I happened to sell the winning ticket!
It was such a great evening. Hats off to Liz, Thomas, my family, the merchants who donated food and prizes for the raffles, and everyone at the bowling alley who helped make this fundraiser a huge success for the second year in a row.
Thanks for stopping by!