The Aaron Brooks Foundation’s 3rd Annual charity bowling event, “Drills and Skills Charitibowl Classic” will be held July 29th, 2012.

During the 2011 – 2012 academic year, the Aaron Brooks Foundation and Drills and Skills partnered to fund three after school programs in King County schools. Our goal for the 2012 – 2013 academic year is to triple our number of programs. Drills and Skills programs have serviced King County youth for more then 19 years. These programs provide services for middle and high school students which enable them to achieve their personal, educational and professional goals through activities that engage them both mentally and physically. This is accomplished by leveraging school resources, partnering with community based organizations, and engaging volunteers in our services. With cuts in public schools funding, we need your support to continue our after school programs.

The Drills and Skills Charitibowl Classic is an opportunity to showcase our exceptional youth and raise needed funds for our continued growth. The event also features the annual presentation of the John W. Hampton Award. This award is given to a local community leader/coach who exemplifies service to the youth of our community. The event also features a silent auction, regional bowling tournament, and celebrity bowling tournament.

You have the power to increase the untapped potential of our children and teens. With your help we are looking forward to providing resources and opportunities to those in need in King County and enabling them to pursue their goals.

Thank you for your consideration and support of our work in helping to create opportunities for youth and teens.

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