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The recent “Bowl for the Cure” fundraiser at Skyline Bowling Center in Gallipolis took it $4,400. The money will be split between the Holzer Foundation and Meigs County Cancer Initiative. All told, each organization will receive $2,150. The remaining $100 will go to the national Susan G. Koman Foundation. All told, 94 bowlers participated in the fundraiser that took place March 16. Pictured, from left, are Kayla Zerkle, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters league; Courtney Midkiff, secretary of the Meigs County Cancer Initiative; Carolyn Grueser, historian; Dianna Smith and Marlee Smith, of Good Times 4-H; ken Moore, of the Holzer Foundation; and Sarita Taylor, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters.
The recent “Bowl for the Cure” fundraiser at Skyline Bowling Center in Gallipolis took it $4,400. The money will be split between the Holzer Foundation and Meigs County Cancer Initiative. All told, each organization will receive $2,150. The remaining $100 will go to the national Susan G. Koman Foundation. All told, 94 bowlers participated in the fundraiser that took place March 16. Pictured, from left, are Kayla Zerkle, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters league; Courtney Midkiff, secretary of the Meigs County Cancer Initiative; Carolyn Grueser, historian; Dianna Smith and Marlee Smith, of Good Times 4-H; ken Moore, of the Holzer Foundation; and Sarita Taylor, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters.
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The recent “Bowl for the Cure” fundraiser at Skyline Bowling Center in Gallipolis took it $4,400. The money will be split between the Holzer Foundation and Meigs County Cancer Initiative. All told, each organization will receive $2,150. The remaining $100 will go to the national Susan G. Koman Foundation. All told, 94 bowlers participated in the fundraiser that took place March 16. Pictured, from left, are Kayla Zerkle, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters league; Courtney Midkiff, secretary of the Meigs County Cancer Initiative; Carolyn Grueser, historian; Dianna Smith and Marlee Smith, of Good Times 4-H; ken Moore, of the Holzer Foundation; and Sarita Taylor, of the Wednesday Night Pinsplitters. (Michael Johnson/photo)


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