All Benefits Children Bowling Fundraiser April 2!

Groton, CT – Four local non-profit organizations: Emerson Theater Collaborative, Higher Edge, The Riverfront Children’s Center, Inc and The Light House are collaborating for the third year on a Bowling Fundraiser entitled “All Benefits Children” in order to raise funds to support as many children of all ages and abilities, as well as families in the local community as possible. 

The event will be held at the Spare Time Bowling Alley, 27 Kings Hwy in Groton, CT on Sunday, April 2, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.  Quincy Clayton of Clayton and Associates will emcee.  The cost is $35 per person or $200 per team of six.

Awards will be given for High Team Score, Best Individual Score and Best Costume/Team Spirit.  Organizations can compete for the “golden bowling pin.  Major sponsors of the event include: East/West Chiropractic and Pochal & Pochal, LLC. General sponsorship opportunities are available as well as to support children’s teams.

For more information or to be a sponsor contact Kathy Greene at or call (860) 445-7626.  Come have fun for a good cause!

Key Dates and Information: 
What:  All Benefits Children – Bowling Fundraiser
When:  Sunday, April 2,  2017  from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Where:  Spare Time Bowling Alley, 27 Kings Hwy, Groton, CT 06340
How:  Cost per person is $35 or $200 per team.  For more information contact Kathy Greene at (860) 445-7626, or email:, website:

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Emerson Theatre Collaborative – Develops and produces innovative theatre with a focus on diversity, youth, and the underrepresented with both emerging and professional artists.
Higher Edge – Guides low income and first-generation students through enrollment in and graduation from college by providing the support and resources needed for success.
The Riverfront Children’s Center – Serves young children year round by providing high quality, affordable childcare and educational services while comprehensively nurturing the unique needs of children and their families in Southeastern CT.
The Light House – Provides special education schools (ages 7-21), extended day, day support and evening programs for adults with developmental disabilities and a Transition Academy for those identified with high functioning autism.