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Break out those bowling shoes, the Caledonia Park and Recreation Commission is hosting a bowling fundraiser to raise money for the village parks on Feb. 8. The nine-pin tap bowling tournament will feature raffles, door prizes and a blind auction. For bowlers who make three strikes in a row there will be a special turkey drawing. A maximum of six bowlers will be able to participate per lane and pre-registration prior to Feb. 8 is preferred. The commission plans to add shelters, playground and fitness equipment; upgrade the baseball/softball diamonds, and develop recreational, sports and summer programming. The commission is also looking for donations and door prizes to help support the event. For more information, please call Randall Solberg (262) 939-1033. Individuals and  businesses may make a tax-deductible donation payable to: The Village of Caledonia Park and Recreation program.
If YOU go
What: Caledonia Park and Recreation Commission bowling fundraiser, a 9-pin tap bowling tournament with colored pins for special awards. When: Check-in begins at 11 a.m. The first shift bowlers start at noon and the second shift starts at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 8. Where: The Lanes on 20, 6501 Washington Avenue Cost: $20 per bowler, which includes 3 games of bowling and shoe rental. How to sign-up: Send or drop off your name(s) along with your check made out to the Village of Caledonia, (reference bowling event), 6922 Nicholson Rd., Caledonia, WI,  53108.  

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Denise Lockwood has an extensive background in traditional and non-traditional media. She has written for Patch.com, the Milwaukee Business Journal, Milwaukee Magazine and the Kenosha News.