Photo L to R: Bob Metcalfe, Ruth Woodman – Executive Director, Kingston Youth Shelter, Theresa Mitchell, Sherri Paterson, Mary Ambrose, Dave Pinnell Jr., Stuart Trier – Chair, Board of Directors, Kingston Youth Shelter.
On October 18th, 2019 local REALTORS® and friends laced up their bowling shoes for the Kingston and Area Real Estate Association’s 16th Annual Bowl-a-thon! $13,219.25 was raised for the Kingston Youth Shelter and many thanks are due to everyone who contributed to this event.
It was a fun filled evening at Prost Bowling Lanes organized by the KAREA Public Relations Committee. Thanks to these very hard-working committee members: Theresa Mitchell, Mary Ambrose, Kyle Copas, Mark Fisher, Mariah Hamilton, Shirley Lieberman, Bob Metcalfe, Tanya Myatt, Sherri Paterson, Dave Pinnell Jr, Gail Power, Cindy Vallier and Karol Willis.
We would also like to recognize and offer a HUGE thank you to the following individuals and businesses for their incredible support: The Kingston Whig-Standard, Tracie Tattrie, Sean Ganley, 1000 Islands Soap Company, Limestone Property Management, Karen Matthey – The Mortgage Professionals, Homes & Land of Kingston Region, Steve Burke Home Inspections, Tarnowecky Law, Bernie Harpell - Mortgage Advisors, Amanda Cronk – DoTerra, Amanda's House of Elegance, The Annex Spa, Best Western Fireside Inn, Caraco Development Corp., Casa Domenico, The Landings Golf Course, Cooke's Fine Foods and Coffee, Elements Natural Therapies & Spa, FAB Hair, Fancy That, Freedom 55 Financial, Gabriel Pizza, Heather Haynes, Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront, Infinite Wellness, Gino’s Pizza, Karol Willis, Kingston Brewing Company, Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Laverne’s Eatery, Mark Malinoff, Mudhouse Spa, Ozy Belle Fashions, Racquet Science, Raxx Bar & Grill, Real Revivals Property Styling & Home Staging, Red House, Ryan and Gail Power, Sean Binkley – Dominion Lending Centres, D&N Auto Service, Jeff Reitzel – SkEye Stream, Susan Paloschi, The Mutt Hutt, The Toucan, Woodenheads, all of the amazing sponsors, bowlers and Prost Bowling Centre.