Lake-Lehman Foundation holds annual Bowl-a-Thon in Dallas Feb. 28


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The Lake-Lehman Foundation recently held its annual Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser in Dallas. The foundation includes first row, from left, Vice President Karen Chulick, President Bonnie Turchin. Second row, Secretary Deb Anderson, Chairwoman Ellen Boyer and volunteer Barbara Baigis.


Brian Pipech, of Hanover Township, fires a ball down the lane for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.


People spend the day bowling for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.


Julia Bucholtz, 14, turns around and reacts to other members of the Lake-Lehman Theatre Troupe after throwing a gutter ball at Back Mountain Bowl for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon on Sunday, Feb. 28.


Jim Rosencrans, of Dallas Township, bowls at the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.


Staff reports

The Lake-Lehman Foundation recently held its annual Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser in Dallas. The foundation includes first row, from left, Vice President Karen Chulick, President Bonnie Turchin. Second row, Secretary Deb Anderson, Chairwoman Ellen Boyer and volunteer Barbara Baigis.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TDP030616Bowling1.jpgThe Lake-Lehman Foundation recently held its annual Bowl-a-Thon fundraiser in Dallas. The foundation includes first row, from left, Vice President Karen Chulick, President Bonnie Turchin. Second row, Secretary Deb Anderson, Chairwoman Ellen Boyer and volunteer Barbara Baigis.

Brian Pipech, of Hanover Township, fires a ball down the lane for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TDP030616Bowling2.jpgBrian Pipech, of Hanover Township, fires a ball down the lane for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.

People spend the day bowling for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TDP030616Bowling3.jpgPeople spend the day bowling for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.

Julia Bucholtz, 14, turns around and reacts to other members of the Lake-Lehman Theatre Troupe after throwing a gutter ball at Back Mountain Bowl for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon on Sunday, Feb. 28.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TDP030616Bowling5.jpgJulia Bucholtz, 14, turns around and reacts to other members of the Lake-Lehman Theatre Troupe after throwing a gutter ball at Back Mountain Bowl for the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon on Sunday, Feb. 28.

Jim Rosencrans, of Dallas Township, bowls at the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.
http://mydallaspost.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_TDP030616Bowling6.jpgJim Rosencrans, of Dallas Township, bowls at the Lake-Lehman Foundation Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.

DALLAS — The Lake-Lehman Foundation held its fourth annual Bowl-a-Thon at Back Mountain Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 28.

The event featured 16 teams, and Ellen Boyer, chair of the event, said turnout was greater than ever at this year’s bowl-a-thon.

“There are teams from every school in the district that come out to support the Lake-Lehman Foundation and the students it serves,” she said. “I think that says something about the Lake-Lehamn School District. It not only provides an excellent education, but a sense of community and family.”

The final tally from this year’s fundraiser is $2,3070, which was generated through lane sponsors, school dress down days, basket raffles, a 50/50 drawing and donations from local businesses.

Beginning last year, teams from each school in the district competed for possession of the Lake-Lehman Knights Bowling Pin and plaque.

All proceeds from the event benefit the students of the Lake-Lehman School District. The Lake-Lehman Foundation is a non-profit organization serving the Lake-Lehman community by providing scholarships, funding educational and community programs, and helping improve school facilities.

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