Sunday, Oct. 28, will be the eighth year Crystal Lanes, in Corning, will be hosting the annual Bowl for the Cure.
Over 300 people are expected to take their skills to the bowling alley between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m.
“We started this event back in January 2012, we were hoping for 50 people and we ended up with a hundred teams, and every year it has gone up a little bit so it has really caught on, it has become part of the community and the community is what makes it so wonderful,” Bobby Downing, Director of Bowling Services at Crystal Lanes, said.
Prices range from $35 per person to $70 for doubles team.
The event will consist of two sessions. One beginning at 11 a.m. and the next at 2 p.m.
The entry fee will include the tournament, shoe rentals, the 2018 Bowl for the Cure shirt and of course, door prizes, games and raffles.
Of the net proceeds, 75 percent will help provide financial support and education within the community. The remaining quarter will fund research through the Susan G. Komen National Research Program.