2nd Annual African- American History Bowling Event (Pacifica)
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Sea Bowl | 4625 Coast Highway, Pacifica CA
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BOTH SIDES OF THE CONVERSATION PRESENTS
The 2nd Annual
African- American History Bowling Event
Date: Saturday 2/18/2023
Time: 1 pm – 5 pm
Place: Sea Bowl 4625 Coast Highway, Pacifica CA
**Bowling Contest** **Raffle Prizes ** **Goody Bags ** **Music**
**Mexican Fiesta Bar ** **Drinks** **Billiards** **Arcade**
Please register ASAP for free admission!!
Both Sides of the Conversation (BSOTC) is hosting our 2nd Annual African- American History Bowling Event in loving memory of our Executive Director, Jon Henry’s mother, Mrs. Jeralene L. Henry along with two of his cousins Jeremy Gordon & Bonnie Franklin.
We are happy to invite the community to celebrate with us. We will bowl together, share food, dance to music, raffle away prizes and giveaway BSOTC merchandise at our FREE family friendly event. We will honor Bay Area Community Heroes, our Community Sponsors and select winners for our Black History Month essay writing contest.
For more information:www.bsotc.org
Email: email@example.com to enter the Black History Essay Writing Contest or for Volunteer and Sponsorshipopportunities!!
Both Sides of the Conversation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit that was created to provide resources through effective conversations that empower our people. Through open dialogue, we explore the challenges and barriers that are faced within our Black and Brown communities to connect, reflect and develop ways of healing together. We focus on listening and providing resources because we believe all underserved communities have one thing in common, the need for positive change.
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