Bowling and Halloween enthusiasts dress up for the occasion during last year’s Halloween bowl-a-thon to raise money for the Centre for Spiritual Living. This year’s event takes place on Saturday.

A howling good time at the Campbell River Bowling Centre

Following last year’s “howling” success, the Centre for Spiritual Living is once again sponsoring the second annual Halloween bowl-a-thon

Following last year’s “howling” success, the Centre for Spiritual Living is once again sponsoring the second annual Halloween bowl-a-thon at the Campbell River Bowling Centre Saturday, Oct. 27 from 3:30-8:30 p.m.

Even if you haven’t bowled for years, you can’t pass up this opportunity to have fun and win prizes.

Open to participants of all ages, teams are currently forming, and once registered they collect pledges from friends, family, and colleagues.

A special prize will go to the bowler who collects the largest amount in pledges, and this year that winner will go home with a brand new iPad.

Many other prizes, which have been generously donated by Campbell River businesses will be awarded for best costume, best score and funniest bowler.

Each team of four will bowl three five-pin and three ten-pin games.

The evening also features great food, with vegetarian options available, music, and lots of free flowing fun.

There will also be a 50/50 draw to top off the evening.

All proceeds raised at the bowl-a-thon are to benefit the Centre for Spiritual Living in Campbell River as it continues to teach spiritual tools that enhance people’s lives and help make the world a better place.

For more information, registration forms, and pictures of last year’s event, go to  and click on the Team Registration Page.

Registration forms are also available at the Centre for Spiritual Living office, 20C-964 Shoppers Row.

For further information, contact Darlene by e-mailing, or phone 250-287-6797.

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