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Join Post 180 in 9-pin fundraiser benefiting Veterans' charities

Jan. 3, 2014

On Jan. 11, the George Washington/Bay View Post 180 will host the third annual 9-pin Tap fundraiser to benefit Stars and Stripes Honor Flights, Fisher House, and the V.A. Spinal Injury Clinic.

This event will be held at Motion Plus Lanes, 3620 E. Carpenter Ave., Cudahy. Squad times are 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and the entry fee is $25, which includes bowling and lunch. Reservations can be made by calling Motion Plus Lanes at 481-0200. Prepaid entries receive lane choice and free entry into our grand prize drawing. We will have great merchandise raffles, sports items, restaurant certificates, 50/50 raffles and prize money.

Our veterans are the first to volunteer and the last to ask for help, so please join us on Jan. 11 to help them and have some fun.

For information contact event chairman Walter Ostrowski at 481-9878.

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