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Bowl-A-Thon to benefit Detroit's Midnight Golf Program

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Midnight Golf, a 30-week empowerment and mentoring program taught by volunteers & PGA professionals, is slated to host its 9th Annual Bowl-A-Thon at Thunderbowl Lanes Saturday, March 22.

The 9th Annual Bowl-A-Thon will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 22nd; with registration beginning at 12:00 p.m.

Midnight Golf will host this event at Thunderbowl Lanes, located at 4200 Allen Rd in Allen Park.

Teams or individual entries are available at a cost of $50 per bowler or $250 per team, which includes food and beverages during the event.  Each lane or team is capped at 5 bowlers. The event will feature raffles, including a Michigan Weekend Package, 50/50 plus prizes for teams racking up 1st, 2nd or 3rd place.

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