Maine State Music Theatre’s team at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bath/Brunswick’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake. From left are Susie Sharp, Kat Kacinski, Carol Marquis and Jen Blackstone. Submitted photo

BRUNSWICK — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bath/Brunswick plans to hold its annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake fundraiser this year despite Brunswick’s Yankee Lanes, the event’s location for decades, being purchased and closed for bowling.

The organization has moved the event to Sparetime Bowling in Hallowell, 30 minutes from Brunswick and 40 minutes from Bath.

The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 6, with two-hour bowling sessions from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Community members and businesses can help youth in Brunswick, Harpswell, and all of Sagadahoc County by forming a team of four to five people to raise donations to support one-to-one mentoring relationships and celebrate their success with a day of bowling.

Donations raised through Bowl For Kids’ Sake have an immediate, positive, and life-lasting effect on the lives of youth aged six through young adult and their families. All proceeds from this event support community outreach projects, volunteer recruitment and assessment, volunteer training and matching, and ongoing support of every Little, Big, and their family, according to a news release from the nonprofit organization.

The event is sponsored by Coastal Maine Pediatric Dentistry, Bath Savings Institution, Dead River Company, Bill Dodge Auto Group, and Atlantic Federal Credit Union.

To learn more and to register, visit or call 207-729-7736.



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