HRC Bowling set for tonight at Midtown Bowl
The Human Rights Campaign's annual Atlanta bowling event is sold out, but you can still drop in Saturday to root for your friends, hear DJ Shane V and join the nation's largest LGBT political group.
Dubbed "Peach Bowl," the fundraiser is set for 2:30-6:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at Midtown Bowl, 1936 Piedmont Circle, Atlanta, GA 30324.
The afternoon of friendly competition features prizes for top scores and most team spirit, as well as emcee Mary Edith Pitts.
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The HRC Atlanta Steering Committee is gearing up for a busy season, with its popular Bowling for Equality set for Feb. 26 and ticket sales underway for the signature Atlanta HRC Dinner in May.
The Atlanta Steering Committee is the local affiliate of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest gay rights group. The 11th annual Bowling for Equality features bowling in “waves” from 1:30-4:30 p.m. and 5-8 p.m. DJ Shane V will spin.
“The bowling event is first and foremost a fun event for every bowling level. We call it a tournament and certainly some teams get competitive with each other, but the majority of people to have a good time and support the work of HRC,” says Ed Patterson, spokesperson for the Atlanta Steering Committee.
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