Bannock for bowling

BBBSQ's annual Bowl for Kids Sake, April 27 has teams fundraising throughout the community

Brenda Gardiner cooks up a batch of bannock. She's part of Hillybilly Hellians

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Quesnel Bowl for Kids Sake team Hillybilly Hellians made and sold bannock last Friday to raise money for their team. If you would like to participate, call Joanie, 250-992-7257 to book your team for the hour and a half session. Co-workers, families and friends can form five member teams, collect pledges and come out and bowl at Rev Bowling Lanes April 27. For every $100 collected in pledges per person (19 years and older), your name goes into the incentive draw. You can register and collect pledges online at If you are unable to play, you can still pledge or send a tax-deductible donation. BBBSQ served more than 205 children/youth in the community in 2013 through the various programs which Bowl for Kids Sake helps support.

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