Cathedral Home for Children (CHC) is hosting the second annual Bowl for LYCC event to raise money for the Laramie Youth Crisis Center (LYCC). The event will be held April 18 at Laramie Lanes Bowling Alley, featuring youth bowling and team bowling, with all proceeds benefitting LYCC.
Check-in begins at 11 a.m. for youth bowling, which is ‘all you can bowl’ from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. for ages 12 and under. The cost for youth bowling is $15 per person, which includes a fundraiser t-shirt, food and prizes.
Team bowling will take place after youth bowling with two start times: 1:30 and 5 pm. Check-in begins 30 minutes prior to each start time. Teams are made up of five (5) people for a cost of $125 per team which includes a fundraising t-shirt, food and three raffle tickets. Each team plays three games: 8 pin no tap; three-six-nine and glow bowling.
Raffle tickets can also be bought for one dollar for a chance to win big-ticket items in the Lucky Strikes Raffle. LYCC is also looking for sponsors for the event; all proceeds benefit LYCC. Registration and sponsorship forms can be found at http://www.cathedralhome.org/laramie-youth-crisis-center.html, or either at the Cathedral Home for Children or at the Laramie Youth Crisis Center. For more information please call Cassidy Biggs at (307) 721.1535. The deadline for registration ends on April 15th.
About Laramie Youth Crisis Center
LYCC is a 24 hour emergency care shelter for youth and families in crisis. With a no cost, open-door, open-phone policy, LYCC provides a safe, therapeutic, compassionate, and structured environment for youth aged 0-17 years. In times of family turmoil, LYCC provides guidance and intervention geared toward the protection and preservation of the family, based on the family’s needs. LYCC primarily serves Albany County; however, its service can extend to youth throughout Wyoming and runaways who need a safe haven. For youth who commit less serious offenses, LYCC provides an alternative to jail/detention and offers support for youth and families involved in the court system.
For more information please call (307) 745-8997, visit our website at www.cathedralhome.org, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.