On Sunday, March 10, 2013 The Wolf Foundation hosted its 6th Annual "Strikes for Abilities" Bowling Party, presented by North Forest Office Space.  The event raised a record amount of $26,000 for unfunded recreational activities for individuals supported by CDS Monarch. There were over 300 people in attendance from accross the Greater Rochester community. In addition to North Forest Office Space, The Wolf Foundation would like to thank major sponsors: Mr. Frank Iacovangelo, Fibertech Networks, Salmin, Celona, Wehrle, & Flaherty, LLP, the Amerks Alumni Association, Triple M Packaging Inc., JEC Construction, Lichtenstein + Associates, Family First Federal Credit Union, Kronenberger Manufacturing Corporation, Mr. Curt Balch, and Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP. Additionally, The Wolf Foundation would like to thank The Mayor Pete Kennedy from 100.5 the Drive who was the event emcee.

"On behalf of everyone at CDS Monarch, I would like to express our deepest appreciation and congratulations to The Wolf Foundation for holding a very successful event," stated Sankar Sewnauth, CDS Monarch President/CEO. "Everyone involved - bowlers, sponsors, volunteers and family members - shared their personal commitment to the individuals we support and recognized the on-going need for the bowling event."
 
The 2013 Top Fundraiser was Chuckie Dell, raising over $3,000, and the 2013 Top Bowler was Steve Dobbins.

President/CEO, Sankar Sewnauth once again hosted the "CEO Strike Challenge!" On the 5th frame of the first game, $20.00 is donated for every strike bowled! Several generous businesses and individuals also matched his donation.

This event was organized by an amazing group of family and community volunteers. The 2013 Volunteer Committee Chair was Margie Dell, whose brother Chuckie lives at CDS Monarch's French Road residence, works at Unistel and is a gold medal winning athlete on CDS Monarch's Special Olympics team.  

Thank you to everyone who supported this event and helped make it a success!



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