WOODBRIDGE – An upcoming bowling tournament will raise funds for children affected by cancer, officials from the Prodigal Foundation said.
The fourth High School Masters Bowling Tournament will be held on Saturday, Jan. 30, at the Woodbridge Bowling Center, beginning at 12:30 p.m.
“We invite all high school students throughout New Jersey to come and participate in the tournament,” said George Yuhasz, president of Prodigal Foundation. “Last year we had students from all over that united as one team with us in meeting our missions and goals of ‘reaching out to children affected by cancer,’” Yuhasz said.
Students can raise their entry fee by seeking tax deductible donations using a provided sponsor sheet form and informational brochure, Yuhasz said. Students who raise the most money will be eligible to win prizes, including an iPod.
Tony Palombo, the bowling coach at Kennedy High School in Iselin, will be the chairperson for the event.
High school students who want to participate can call the Woodbridge Bowling Center at 1-732-634-4520 or Prodigal Foundation at 1-732-636-9200 for an entry form and sponsor sheet. Entry forms and sponsor sheets have also been distributed to all high school bowling coaches. Entry forms and sponsor sheets are available on line at www.woodbridgebowling.com. Completed forms are due by Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Donors can contribute at www.prodigalfoundation.com. Donations can be made towards the event or specific in support of a specific participant.
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