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12th Annual Bud Light Charity Duckpin Bowling strikes Pinland Dundalk to benefit Juvenile Diabetes

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More than 100 folks gathered last night for WNST’s 12th Annual Bud Light Charity Duckpin Challenge at Pinland in Dundalk.

Lots of strikes, spares and beer drinking and pie eating. This year, we had TWO kinds of pie: pepperoni from Squire’s and dessert from Dangerously Delicious Pies.

We were also drinking Bud Lights outta these supercool “bowling shaped” beer bottles. And they were only $1.25!!! Gotta love the “rollback” Dundalk pricing on a Saturday night!!!

We’ll get the “official” financial tally this week, but it was in the “$2,000 range,” all to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Below is the “evidence” of all of the fun:

 

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