Charity bowling raises over $67K for Big Brothers

In this provided photo, Nelson Matos (Tim Hortons owner), Michelle Matos (Tim Hortons owner), Honourary Chairperson Police Chief Dan Aikman, Ron Graham (BBBS) and Darryn McPhail (Tim Hortons owner). The 41st edition of Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake raised $67,500. (BBBS via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL – A charity bowling event in Cornwall and Chesterville has raised $67,500 for Big Brothers Big Sisters in Cornwall and SD&G.

The Tim Hortons Bowl for Kids Sake on Saturday in Cornwall and Sunday in Chesterville saw 170 teams and more than 850 bowlers hurl balls down the lanes for the cause.

BBBS Executive Director Ron Graham says they are extremely grateful for the community support.

Participants will also be recipients of over $4,000 in prizes from the 41st event during draws later this month.

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