Webster, N.Y. – Mar. 5, 2015 – The CDS Wolf Foundation is hosting its 10th annual Strikes for Abilities Bowling Party on Sunday, March 5th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Empire Lanes, 2400 Empire Blvd, Webster, N.Y. This community-wide bowling party helps to raise funds needed for year-round recreation, health, wellness and socialization activities, as well as emergency assistance at CDS Monarch. Many of CDS Monarch’s recreational services, for example, the CDS Monarch Special Olympics team, are made possible by this event. This event is presented by Flaherty Salmin CPAs and Gallo & Iacovangelo, Attorneys at Law.

“The CDS Wolf Foundation raises money through this event to allow CDS Monarch to continue to grow and support the number of people we do every year,” CDS Life Transitions President/CEO Sankar Sewnauth said. “The Strikes for Abilities Bowling Party is a fun way for us to bring the community together in support of these individuals and the activities and services we provide for them.”

CDS Monarch has the largest Special Olympics team in the county, for which the Strikes for Abilities Bowling Party is a core fundraiser. The money will be going toward new equipment, jerseys and other necessities for the team as well as helping to grow the services and activities that CDS Monarch offers outside of Special Olympics.

This event was organized by a compassionate group of family and community volunteers. The 2017 Volunteer Committee Chair was Margie Dell (for the sixth year in a row), whose brother Chuckie lives at CDS Monarch’s French Road residence, works at Unistel Industries and is a gold-medal-winning athlete on CDS Monarch’s Special Olympics team.

Interested bowlers and/or sponsors can find more information including how to register online at www.cdswolffoundation.org/events.

Celebrating its 40th anniversary under its parent company, CDS Life Transitions, The CDS Wolf Foundation—named in honor of CDS Monarch founders Lew & Phyllis Wolf—seeks donations to help support the growth and expansion of CDS Life Transitions’ community services and unfunded areas of need.

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