Three SK DECA students organize second Bowling for a Cause event

Three SK DECA students organize second Bowling for a Cause event

Activity will roll at Hi Joy Bowl on Saturday

PORT ORCHARD — Three South Kitsap High DECA students will be hosting the second annual Bowling for a Cause event Saturday, Oct. 19, at High Joy Bowl.

The event will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. All proceeds will go to South Kitsap Special Olympics.

The second-annual event, organized by students Delaney DeTray, Delaney Johnson and Rowan Morris, will help cover some of the expenses of the Special Olympics chapter’s activities.

With a goal of raising more money than last year’s event, the students began contacting South Kitsap businesses and organizations for support. The three students said they are excited to see the outcome of their hard work and are gratified to participate since some have family members who are personally involved in Special Olympics.

DeTray, Johnson and Morris, active South Kitsap DECA members who attended the organization’s State Career Development Conference, have organized the bowling event as their 2019 DECA Community Service project. Morris is the current president of the South Kitsap DECA chapter.

Hi Joy Bowl is at 1011 Bethel Ave., in Port Orchard. For more information on the event, contact DeTray at 253-509-2786 or email skdecacsp@gmail.com.

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