Inaugural Bowl-a-Thon a Success

Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore (JAES) is proud to announce that its inaugural Bowl-a-Thon, held at Easton Bowling Center on Monday, April 29, raised nearly $19,000 for Mid-Shore students. This is enough to teach 500 students.

JAES thanks its gracious sponsors for making this event happen:
Strike Sponsor = Out of the Fire, Easton
Spare Sponsor = Wye Financial & Trust

Thanks goes to the following teams for raising more than $500:
BFG Financial Advisors
Out of the Fire 1
Split Personalities (Shore United Bank)
Out of the Fire 2
Out of the Fire 3
Straight Out-of-Pocket (Avery Hall)
Marketeers (Shore United Bank)
Livin’ on a Spare (Nagel Farms)
Morgan Stanley

Thank you to the following teams for raising more than $250:
Snifter Dogs (Hair O The Dog & Snifter’s)
Sweet Swingin’ Saints (Shore United Bank)
Unbowlievables (Shore United Bank)
Gutter Gals(Shore United Bank)
Denton’s Dream Team (Shore United Bank)
Delmarva Power

Teams that raised more than $100:
Provident State Bank
Spare Change (Shore United Bank)
Incredibowl Hulks (Shore United Bank)
Grant’s Girls
Choptank Transport 1
Choptank Transport 2

Congratulations to the following winners:
Most Valuable Fundraiser – BFG Financial
1st Place Team – Out of the Fire

Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore is proud to announce that its inaugural Bowl-a-Thon, held at Easton Bowling Center on April 29, raised almost $19,000 for Mid-Shore students. This is enough to teach 500 students. Out of the Fire Restaurant, in addition to being the event’s Strike Sponsor, also took home the trophy for Best Bowling Team.

2nd Place Team – Benson & Mangold
3rd Place Team – Avery Hall

View all the pictures from the event here. To learn more about Junior Achievement, click here.

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