Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired – Charleston’s Advancement Committee to Host Strikes for Sight

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The Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired - Charleston's (ABVI) Advancement Committee has announced the date for its summer event, Strikes for Sight.

On Thursday, August 23rd from 6-9pm you can enjoy a night of bowling with your friends, while raising money for ABVI's programs. Guests will be challenged to attempt bowling with four different types of glasses that simulate vision impairment.

Tickets are $25 and include bowling and 2 drink tickets. Tickets can be purchased at Food and additional beverages can be purchased from The Alley Charleston.

About ABVI and the ABVI Advancement Committee --

Strikes for Sights will raise funds to support our mission of empowering individuals with blindness and visual impairment to lead safe, dignified, independent and rewarding lives and to prevent vision loss for adults in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester Counties as well as children in Charleston County Title I schools.

The Advancement Committee is a group of motivated and talented young adults. The group was formed to help promote and raise awareness of the Association and its programs, to help recruit volunteers, to fundraise and to educate a younger generation about the Association and Charleston’s Tri-County community of blind and visually impaired individuals.

For more information on the event or the Advancement Committee, please contact Brooks Harken at (843) 952-7242.

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