In late 2000, now-retired Pfizer employee Bob Short was reviewing resumes for an open position when he came across a familiar name. The name matched that of his former Little Brother. Could this be the boy he had mentored for two years nearly two decades ago?
If you’ve ever watched a hospital-based television show, you might think the only people who work in the medical field are doctors and nurses. But Battle Creek Public Schools’ students who participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters/Bronson Battle Creek Bigs in Business program know better.
We're not clowning around: Bowl for Kids' Sake is an exciting way for you to help local kids achieve success in life. Whether or not you come in costume like our clowns at right, the money you raise through Bowl for Kids' Sake goes towards matching more kids with dedicated, caring mentors. Registration is now open for the 14 events in our five-county service area.
Executive director Amy Kuchta explains that you don't have to be a good bowler to do a lot of good for local kids. Each year hundreds of people – some good bowlers, many not – gather together for the sole purpose of having fun while helping children achieve success in life.