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Bowling teams help raise funds

Posted 8/5/19

Bowling for Recovery raised close to $8,000 this year for the Flynn Christian Fellowship Home. Tournament winners were Farris and Farris, first, pictured; P.L. Woodard and Co., second; and Flynn Home …

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Bowling teams help raise funds

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Bowling for Recovery raised close to $8,000 this year for the Flynn Christian Fellowship Home. Tournament winners were Farris and Farris, first, pictured; P.L. Woodard and Co., second; and Flynn Home No. 1 team, third. Pictured with the winning team are Eli Farris, front, and in back, from left, Jacob Farris, Gabe Farris and Omar Gonzalez. Earl Reaves, executive director, said the number of teams doubled for this year's fundraiser and there was more sponsorship within the community. The Flynn Home helps men with recovery from addiction by providing shelter, encouragement and a second chance.  

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