KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) - Bowlers hit the lanes in Kettering Sunday in support of Hospice.
The 16th annual Bowl for Hospice was held at Woodman-Poelking Lanes in Kettering Sunday afternoon to honor and remember loved ones while also supporting Hospice of Dayton.
Jon Poelking established the fundraiser 16 years ago in memory of his brothers.
2 NEWS Carl Nichols, Jamie Jarosik, and Tara Hastings helped kick off Sunday's event.
Each bowler received a complimentary pizza, t-shirt, and two hours of bowling.
All proceeds will go towards the eight locations Hospice has throughout the Miami Valley.
The benefit has generated more than $700,000 over the years to support patient care and services.
Hospice of Dayton is a non-profit organization providing care and services to patients and families in the Miami Valley.
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