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Bowling Event – 2 Harlem Dowling Centers!
January 29, 2005Free
Huge thanks to those of you who have signed up for Saturday’s event!
Unfortunately, since we’re doing the event with both centers, we still need more volunteers — especially for the Washington Heights center! If you can help us out by volunteering, we’d be extremely appreciative!
…and tons of kids will be too! 🙂
Carrie & Evie
After several attempts, we’ve finally been able to schedule a combined Harlem Dowling event for kids from both the 125th and the Washington Heights Center!
Plans are to meet at the centers at 12:30 for a 1:00 departure to Port Authority bowling (42nd Street & 8th Ave). We’re schedule to bowl from 2-4 and will return to the centers by 5:00.
Now comes the tricky part… To escort the kids to and from bowling, we need to split up the volunteers between the 2 centers. When replying to the invite, *please* specify with which center you generally volunteer. Please understand that depending how the numbers of kids breakdown, we may ask people to meet up at different center than requested. I apologize in advance if this happens and thank you for your flexibility!
THANKS so much,
Carrie & Evie
NEW Washington Heights center — located at 175th Street and Fort Washington (exact directions and subway info to come).
125th Street Center — located at 2090 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (take the A/C/B/D to 125th Station).
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