BrightStone will be hosting its 10th annual Bowlability event August 6th and 7th of 2018. This time-honored tradition is the perfect way for families, churches, businesses, and communities to gather and support this important local organization. Your support and partnership with BrightStone strengthens our community and profoundly enriches the lives of adults with special needs. Plus, you will have a great time bowling!

“Bowlability is one of the most rewarding and fun evenings you can have joining with friends and colleagues in a special way to support a very special mission with BrightStone!” Recalls Terry Bridges, BrightStone Board Member and retired President of Behavioral Health Systems, HCA.

You can set up a team of up to six bowlers for a registration fee of $150 (individuals can register for $25 each). There are four possible two-hour sessions to choose from beginning at either 5:00 P.M. or 7:30 P.M. Monday, August 6th or Tuesday, August 7th. Upon signing up, each individual bowler receives easy to use online tools to help fundraise and reach your own personal goal. Your own goal is not an obligation, but an opportunity to support BrightStone through fundraising and growing the awareness of BrightStone’s mission through sharing your page with family and friends. Every fundraising bowler that raises at least $100 gets an exclusive Bowlability t-shirt at the event. It’s as easy as asking ten friends to give $10 each!

For more information and to sign up, please visit www.Bowlability.com or contact Daniel Bradley at 615-790-4888 or by email at Daniel.Bradley@BrightStone.org.

When: Monday, August 6th or Tuesday, August 7th beginning at either 5:00 P.M. or 7:30 P.M.

Where: Franklin Family Entertainment Center, 1200 Lakeview Drive, Franklin, TN 37067

Cost: $150 covers the team registration fee of up to six bowlers (individuals can register for $25 each-includes shoe rental, lane fee for two hours of bowling).

Contact: Daniel Bradley at 615-790-4888 or by email at Daniel.Bradley@BrightStone.org.

All proceeds benefit the adults who attend BrightStone and who live each day with intellectual and developmental challenges. BrightStone’s mission is to provide a comprehensive work, social support, and future residential community for adults with special needs, expanding their potential and helping them develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually. To learn more about BrightStone and their vision, please visit their website at www.BrightStone.org or call 615-790-4888.

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