Mahaska Bowl & Recreation Center Gears Up for 2nd Annual ‘Pins for Penn’

Mahaska Bowl

Mahaska Bowl (file photo)

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa) – Join William Penn University’s Mahaska Bowl & Recreation Center for the 2nd Annual Pins for Penn fundraiser on Friday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m. While all fundraisers are typically held for a good cause, this particular event will also be a fun, active, and competitive way to spend a Friday night with friends and family at a locally–owned and operated establishment.

“All proceeds received from the evening will go towards the enhancement of Mahaska Bowl & Recreation Center, so that we can continue to have this recreational opportunity within the Oskaloosa community for years to come,” says Joseph Reagan, Director of Corporate Relations for William Penn University.

Options for the event include registering a 6–person team to engage in friendly competition, and/or becoming a lane sponsor. The winning team and the team with the most creative name will both receive prizes at the end of the evening. Raffle drawings will also be announced throughout the night. Each lane sponsor will have their logo displayed above the lane they are sponsoring and this advertisement will stay posted for the entire evening, as well as for two weeks after the Pins for Penn event has concluded.

Please join William Penn University’s Mahaska Bowl & Recreation Center at 1700 A Ave E in Oskaloosa on Friday, November 3 at 7:00 p.m. for the 2nd Annual Pins for Penn. Please register by Thursday, October 19 at 5:00 p.m. To learn more about the 2nd Annual Pins for Penn, to register a team, or to sponsor a lane, call the William Penn University Office of Advancement at 641-673-1044 or visit www.wmpenn.edu/PinsforPenn

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