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MD bowl-a-thon

To the Editor:

On Veterans Day, Branch 825 of the National Association of Letter Carriers held a bowl-athon to raise money for MDA in honor of Tim Carol.

A big thank you to our repeat lane sponsors: Clark and McArdle; the Waggoner Law Firm; Summit Therapy and Rehabilitation; Gummerson, Rausch, Wand, Lee and Wombacher; Zanck, Coen and Wright PC. And our new sponsors: Joseph Antolak, DDS; state Sen. Pam Althoff; The Vince Romano Group (Remax); Vicki Nielsen (McHenry Financial); and Deb Julson (Keller Williams).

Thanks to the delicious food contributors. From Woodstock: Subway and Napoli’s Pizza. From Crystal Lake: Country Donuts, Chili’s, Domino’s Pizza, The Pizza Place and Little Caesars.

Also for donations for the raffle from Woodstock: Ace Hardware, Vaughan’s Restaurant, 3 Brothers Restaurant, and state Rep. Jack Franks. From Crystal Lake: Andy’s Restaurant, Richard Walker’s, IHOP, TGI Friday’s, Jersey Mike’s, Colonial Cafe, Subway, Slim’s Barbershop, Benedict’s La Strata, Play It Again Sports, Mr. A’s, Village Squire, Georgio’s Pizzeria, O’Grady’s Barbershop, Cut and Cuddle Dog Grooming, O’Reilly’s Stained Glass, Pablo’s Restaurant, Around the Clock, Great Clips, Pop’s Corn Crib, Duke’s Alehouse, Chuckie Cheese, RedTail Golf Course, Distinction Salon & Spa, Old Top Farm Golf Course, Culver’s, Countryside Nursery, Jewel, and Lou Malnati’s. From McHenry: Pioneer Tree Farm and National Past Time Sports. A special thanks to Diana Hani-Taylor.

The bowl-athon couldn’t have taken place without the warm hospitality of Jim and John Contos at Metro Bowl. Through your generosity, we raised more than $4,250 to help find a cure for Muscular Dystrophy.

Mike Montes

Crystal Lake

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