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Bowling with Arden for a cure

It's time for the 2nd Annual STU&STEW Strike Out Diabetes Bowling Fundraiser. Pictures from last year’s event are in Arden’s Scrapbook


This event only happens because of a man named Dan Stewart.  I met Dan a number of years ago through a mutual friend and he immediately was interested in helping with our JDRF walk. Dan has thrown himself into raising funds and awareness for  the JDRF and type I in a way that is heartwarming and inspiring.  You can see the donations that Dan was able to collect this year for the JDRF here at this link you will see a $1,200 donation along with this message:


“This donation is from Stu&Stew Events and Promotions and is courtesy of the Hightstown Bowls To Cure Diabetes. Chris and I would like to thank City Streets Cafe and all that came out to support this important cause!! See you all again in January!!!”


With that, here is all of the information that you’ll need to join us on the lanes.


The proceeds from these event go to the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation). Last year this event helped to raise $1,200 towards the JDRF. The Hightstown Bowling Lanes have generously priced this package to maximize our donation. We are hoping to be able to raise at least $5,000 this year. 



Saturday, March 27, 2010




Hightstown Bowling Lanes


3:15pm - 5:00pm

Food Served at 4:00

Door Prizes Announced at 4:30 


Cost: $20/per person

Includes: 2 Games, Shoes, (1) Door Prize Ticket, Food and Drinks


Payments can be made 1 of 2 ways:


1. Mail checks payable to: Stu and Stew


Stu and Stew

PO Box 351 

Allentown, NJ 08501


2. Pay by credit card using our "Buy Now" button located on the home page of *There is a $1 per person fee for paypal.


To make your initial reservation, simply email us the list of people on your lane (maximum of 6) and the session you prefer to


If you are paying by check, go to where you can print and mail the registration form.


The evening events will once again be co-hosted by City Streets Cafe. Thank you Amy and Kevin for always stepping up to support a worthy cause.


The JDRF is a wonderful organization and the children suffering from this horrible condition need all our help.


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