Join us and "Bowl For Kids' Sake" to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Angelo on Tuesday, April 14th (this is a rescheduled date).

It's going to be a high-energy 'Super Hero' bowling party, and you don't have to be a experienced bowler to enjoy all the fun.

All you have to do is click here and follow the instructions to sign up.

You and your teammates will have enjoy two games of bowling, door prizes, food, a commemorative t-shirt, awards, and a big silent auction that features:

Christoval Winery = 8 person party
Jewelry Doctor = Sterling Silver Lapel pin/ Tie Tack w/ Concho Pearl
San Angelo Symphony = 4 Tickets to Le Cirque performance
NAPA Auto Parts = 2 wrench sets (1 imperial, 1 metric)
Holland Jewelers = Sterling Silver Pandora Bracelet
Academy Sports + Outdoors = Kayak
Cookies by Design = Superhero themed cookie arrangement (unknown value at this time)
Jeska Bailey = Original art piece by local artist
Roger Allen Clay = Original art piece by local artist
Computer Bytes = Hybrid Tablet laptop

If you don't have time to form a team, come on out and we'll pair you up with other
individual players.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star is the largest Big Brothers Big Sisters agency in the world. As a donor-supported volunteer youth mentoring organization, our program has been placing caring adults in the lives of children in one-to-one mentoring relationships since 1927. Through the positive impact of such friendships, children with a Big Brother or Big Sister are more likely to graduate high school and are less likely to begin using drugs, begin using alcohol or engage in negative conflict.

Last year as an agency, Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star served nealy 10,000 children. At the end of 2013, 95 children were served and 81 remained on the waiting list in San Angelo alone.

Here are some staggering statistics about their program:

  • - 98.5% of our Littles are promoted to the next grade level
  • - Littles are 52% less likely to skip school
  • - Littles are 46% less likely to use drugs
  • - Littles are 33% less likely to hit someone

Learn how you can become a 'BIG' by calling 486-2200 or stop by the Big Brothers Big Sisters office at 408 South Oakes.