Looking for some FREE summer fun for your kids? How about bowling?
Kids across America can beat the heat this summer by bowling for free.
Beginning in 2008, the Kids Bowl Free program has served more than one million children and 700,000 families across North America each summer.
From coast to coast more than 1,200 bowling centers participate in the program providing children with two free games every day all summer long.
The program has teamed up with educators to ensure a safe and secure environment for kids to spend time this vacation break.
During the summer of 2013, Kids Bowl Free is expected to serve over 2 million children in 48 states and every province in Canada.
Some participating local bowling centers include: Playdrome Rose Bowl in Allentown, Town 'N Country Lanes in Bethlehem and Hampton Lanes in Northampton.
For a fun-filled summer of bowling, you can register online at www.kidsbowlfree.com and you will receive vouchers via e-mail every Sunday to validate the two free games for your children.
Recently, many teachers have expressed their concern of budget cuts and the inability to provide the best learning environment for their students.
The Bowling To Teachers is a developing program devoted to helping teachers improve their learning situations.
Teachers who would like to apply can visit www.BowlingToTeachers.com to fill out a short grant application.
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