Bowling club holds rescheduled charity day
Woy Woy Bowling Club rescheduled its April charity bowls day due to the weather.
"Forty eight bowlers attended our rescheduled event, which was held in fine weather," said organiser Mr Ken Dixon.
"The Woy Woy Leagues Social Club also turned up in good numbers.
"We raised another $1300 for Central Coast Kids in Need which included a contribution of $210 from the Social Club.
"We are now well over $5000 for the year to date," he added.
Mr Dixon also thanked sponsors who donated raffle prizes for their ongoing support.
Central Coast Kids in Need raises money to assist families who have seriously-ill children with prolonged illness.
"Most of these children are cancer patients, others with organ transplants and premature babies with life threatening issues," Mr Dixon said.
"The money is used to defray the costs of accommodation for the families while the children are receiving their treatment.
"The funds raised are also used to cover travel costs, equipment and pharmacy accounts for these children."
The next Charity Day will be held on May 21.
Newsletter, 1 May 2017
Ken Dixon, Woy Woy Bowling Club
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