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Bowl For Kids' Sake Fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Great Falls is Coming Up

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The "Bowl for Kids' Sake" fundraiser put on by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Great Falls is taking place this weekend. This event is the most important fundraiser for the organization and the funds raised will provide the opportunity for volunteers of Big Brothers Big Sisters Great Falls to mentor local youths who need a positive adult role model. 

ABC FOX Montana's Ben Kaplan and Katie Widner will be participating in the fundraiser on behalf of KFBB. If you would like to support - please do so!

There are two ways you can donate to the KFBB team.

  1. Go to the Big Brothers Big Sisters Great Falls Website:
    •  Click on 'Make a Donation' at the bottom right hand side of the screen
  2. Go to PayPal.com:
    • Select Send Money
    • Select: Sending Money to Friends/Family
Don't forget to let us know that you pledged for KFBB!

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