Some of the hottest bowlers in Tallahassee hit the hardwood at Seminole Bowl, raising money for the Susan G. Koman Cure, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for breast cancer.
Folks pay an entry fee and have the chance to win some pink merchandise.
Myrrel Stokes participated and said, "I think it's fantastic the way people get out and try and fight it, whether they walk, run, bowl, whatever they do to fight cancer, do it."
This is the first year the group of bowlers are hosting the event. They say they hope to raise about $300, and continue the tradition next year.
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