Bowling Fundraisers at Dynasty Lanes in Willard Ohio.
Just a few reasons why you should have a Fundraiser at a bowling center:
Your event never gets rained out at a bowling center
It's never too cold or too hot at a bowling center
Bowling is much more fun than washing cars
People of all ages can bowl
People who never bowled before can use bumpers to help keep the ball out of the gutter and the youngest and oldest of attendees can even use a ramp
We have plenty of staff that can guide and help you prior to and during the event
Great for sports teams, bands, athletic boosters, scouts, offsetting medical bills........
7th Annual Bowl-A-Thon for the Cure
Saturday April 22nd 6 to 10 p.m.. Have fun while raising money for a good cause. Karaoke contest, auction, fun bowling games and more.
Attica Cub Scout Fundraiser brings in $905.00
Attica Scouts #441 had a Fundraiser at Dynasty Lanes Saturday June 18th between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.. Cost for 3 games of bowling with shoes was just just $12 with half of that money being donated back to the scouts.
There was also an auction of items donated and gift cards from local businesses and fun one frame games for prizes.
6th Annual Bowl-A-Thon for the Cure raises $1078.60
Saturday April 30th
- Each bowler paid $12 for bowling 3 games including shoes.
- Dynasty Lanes donated $6.00 of this back into the fundraiser
- Special "Fundraiser" food combo specials with 25% of money being donated back into the Fundraiser
- Plenty of Luminaries was on hand
- Optional fun one frame bowling games with prizes to help raise money
- All proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society.
- Call (419)935-1394 to reserve a lane(s)
5th Annual Karaoke for the Cure & Bowl-A-Thon
April 18th raises close to $847.00
- Each bowler paid $15 for bowling 3 games including shoes.
- Dynasty Lanes donated $7.50 of this back into the fundraiser
- $6 Dinner Buffet with $2.50 donated back to the fundraiser
- Plenty of Luminaries was on hand
- Entertainment was donated by Karaoke by George.
- All proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society.
2nd Annual Celeryville Christian School Family Fun Night Raises over $900.00!
Event was held Saturday March 14th between the hours of 5 and 8 p.m.. This year we had a problem, a good problem. We had more bowlers wanting to join the fun than lanes to accommodate them. For those of you who could bowl we hope you had a good time raising funds for a good cause.
Thanks Terri Gumbert, Julie Harris and the rest of the helpers for making things so successful.
1st Annual Celeryville Christian School Raises $571.75
Saturday July 19th 5 to 8 p.m.:
The event was held Saturday July 19th between 5 and 8 p.m. $12 for 3 games of bowling including shoes with Dynasty Lanes donating $6 of that money back to Celeryville Christian School. Fun bowling games were played with food coupons to local businesses given out as prizes and a small auction was held. Thank you to Terri Gumbert, Julie Harris, Principle Bush and all the teachers, helpers, parents and children who made this possible. Another event might be held in February of 2015, check back for details.
Our parent fundraising group (P4) at Celeryville Christian School was looking for a “fun”draiser that was different than anything we had done before and would get the students together in the middle of the summer. One parent brought in an e-mail from Dynasty Lanes explaining their bowling fundraiser where they would generously allow us to make a 50% profit. All we had to do was meet with Lewis at the bowling alley and set a date and time. We also decided to hold a live auction during our event with 100% of the proceeds from that going straight to our school. Lewis was very easy to work with and helped us ensure that our fundraiser was successful. He advertised for our Family Fun Night, ran the live auction during our event as well as all of the silly Lewey Dewey games which made us all laugh. During most of our fundraisers, the parents are busy running the fundraiser, but this one we actually got to participate and had a great time! Several of our students are already asking when the next bowling night is going to be. By working with Dynasty Lanes, Celeryville Christian School was able to earn $571.75 for our school in just 3 short hours. We are very grateful for the opportunity to work with Dynasty Lanes in raising funds for our school and look forward to working with them again in the future.
$433 raised for Relay for Life during 1st Annual event
With the Bowl-a-Thon event coming just one week before the regular relay on a sunny 80 degree day fighting other fundraisers and graduation parties things are already in the works to move next years event to the fall. Still a small group helped make a big difference with their generosity. Too bad everyone didn't show up that said they would, if so we would have raised thousands.
$383.00 raised during 1st Annual Event!
Christie Lane - Sunday May 18th from 2:30 to 5:00 p.m. Raised $383.00 during it's 1st Annual Fundraiser/End of season party
Well Over $1000.00 Raised!
5th Annual Karaoke for the Cure / Bowl-A-Thon - Saturday April 19th from 6 to 10 p.m. raised well over $1000.00. Thank you to everyone who attended and made this such a success. Thank you George Mays for donating your Karaoke services.
$691.00 raised at 3rd Annual 4-H Day Fundraiser!
We would like to thank Rachel Buurma in choosing Dynasty Lanes as a location for holding her groups fundraiser Saturday April 12th. We hope everyone had as good a time as they looked like they had and we hope to see you again next year. Good luck on your 4-H projects from all of us at Dynasty Lanes and stop in and see us at the Fair.
Buckeye Central Event raises $34 per person that bowled!
The turnout was lower than expected but those who did participate did their best to help the senior class pay for some expenses for their trip to Puerto Rico. We would like to thank the students and Ms. Nelliam Fernandez-Spaulding for choosing us to host their event. We hope that you have a wonderful time during your time away from Ohio
Bloomville UCC Super Youth raises $214.00 June 6th
Trying to raises additional funds for a trip to New York the United Church of Chirst had a fun filled afternoon and raised money at the same time.
4th Annual Karaoke for the Cure & Bowl-A-Thon
April 13th raised over $1250
The Collective Soles Relay for Life Team did a great job again this year presenting a fun night for a good cause with the 4th Annual Karaoke for the Cure/Bowl-a-Thon at Dynasty Lanes. A total of $1255 with other pledges still needing turn in was raised during the 2013 event.
This year each bowlers paid $12 for bowling 3 games including shoes.
Dynasty Lanes donated $6 of this back into the fundraiser
$5 Dinner Buffett with $2.50 donated back to the fundraiser
Plenty of Luminaries has on hand
A Karaoke Contest was held 50 % of the money going to fight cancer. Michelle Souslin was the winner and she donated her winnings back to the event.
Entertainment was donated by Karaoke by George.
All proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society.
We would like to thank everyone on the Collective Soles Relay for Life Team for choosing Dynasty Lanes for hosting their event. For additional information see the Fundraiser Facebook page or contact Lew at (419)935-1394.
$1152.73 raised during the 2013 4-H Day Fundraiser April 20th
This years total almost doubles that of last year!
In 2012 the Huron County Go-Getters invited the general public to an event to raise funds for 4-H. In spite of 2 other huge Fundraisers in town the same day (Athletic Boosters/Sharpnack and Hope Center) they still raised a whopping $530!
Dynasty Lanes once againl charged $10 for bowling 3 games including shoes and donated $5 back into the fundraiser. There was fun games, a silent action and food provided to help raise additional revenue. We would like to thank Rachel Buurma and the Huron County Go-Getters for choosing Dynasty Lanes to have their event. If you have any questions about the event please contact Rachel at (419)935-0230 or Lew at (419)935-1394.
Chad Bruner Fundraiser held Sat. Nov. 17th brings in $5456.55
Chad died from a sudden illness at the age of 39 on September 3oth, 2012 leaving behind 3 children still in school as well as many loving family members. He was not only a great father but was well known by most of the people in the Willard-Plymouth area and beyond for being a nice guy, with a big smile always on his face who would do anything for anyone.
On behalf of the friends, family and staff here at Dynasty Lanes thank you so much for helping to raise $5456.55. A special thank you to Leonard, Liz and the whole Sparks family for everything they did to make it happen.
Gave From The Heart Program
Dynasty Lanes raised money to help fight Cystic Fibrosis this April and May. CF affects over 30,000 children and adults in the U.S. alone.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation gave Lewis Sims and Dynasty Lanes a Certificate of Apprieciation for their efforts.