EVENT: Summer BOWL-A-THON, Saturday, August 2nd


Join Boston CISPES on August 2nd from 2:30-5pm for an afternoon of fun, solidarity, and competition at Lanes and Games! Ask your friends, neighbors, and family to support you in bolwing in solidarity with the people of El Salvador. Put on your bowling shoes and get ready for a BLAST! Click below for more information!

2008 Boston CISPES
An Afternoon of Fun, Solidarity, and Competition

WHEN: Saturday August 2nd, 2:30-5:00 pm

WHERE: Lanes & Games/ 195 Concord Turnpike, Rte 2E/Cambridge, MA 02140
(Carpooling available)

Call or e-mail to register today! 617-576-1709/[email protected]

How it Works
First, call us to reserve your spot! Then, get people you know (yoursponsors) to donate money to Boston CISPES. In exchange you come and bowlfor a couple hours on August 2nd for FREE! We are asking each bowler toraise at least $100 (e.g. 10 sponsors at $10 each). Use the attachepledge form on the back of this brochure to keep track of your sponsors.

Tips for Collecting Donations
1. SET a goal of raising at least$100 (10 sponsors at $10 each). But dont stop therethe more we raise,the better CISPES can do its important solidarity work!

2. CARRY your pledge sheet aroundeverywhere you go! Ask your friends, coworkers, neighbors, fellow union orchurch members & the lady standing behind you in line at the grocery storeto make a pledge. Leave no pledge behind!

3. MAKE checks payable to BostonCISPES or for tax deductible contributions make checks payable to CISPESEducation Fund.

4. COLLECT pledges before the eventand bring donations with you to the Bowl-a-Thon on August 2nd.

There will be prizes for the top three pledge raising bowlers!
There will be snacks aplenty! And Lanes & Games offers all kinds of liquid refreshment (alcoholic andnon-alcoholic) for purchase.

Carpooling to the bowling alley will be available, just let us know.
Boston CISPES 617-576-1709 [email protected]

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