Special Olympics athletes bowl with Bulldogs

Alberni Valley BCHL players help fellow athletes put fun in fundraiser on Feb. 21.

Special Olympics athletes and members of the Alberni Valley Bulldogs will bowl for a Special O fundraiser on Feb. 21

Special Olympics athletes in the Alberni Valley will be bowling with the Bulldogs on Tuesday, Feb. 21 at Rainbow Lanes in Port Alberni. The event is a fundraiser for the Special Olympics athletes, as well as a chance for the bowlers to spend the evening with their favourite BC Hockey League hockey players.

The Special Olympics athletes have to raise $20 in pledges in order to participate in the event. The athlete that raises the most money will win a Bulldogs’ jersey.

Help the athletes get in the spirit with your pledges.

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