The Tahoe Park Neighborhood Association in Sacramento focuses its efforts on three main objectives; connecting with the community which it serves and addressing their concerns, participating in and organizing fun and healthy events within the neighborhood, and providing college scholarships for students at Hiram Johnson High School. In order to pass out those scholarships, the TPNA has to raise funds, while at the same time being creative and providing the donors with something that’s a direct benefit to them as well.

The upcoming Tahoe Park Annual Bowling Tournament is expected to raise a large share of revenue for this year’s scholarships, and you can help the TPNA make a high school student’s college dream become a reality simply by attending. For just $25 a player, tournament participants will get to play at the newly remodeled Capital Bowl in West Sacramento, receive rental shoes and have share a pizza dinner. Trophies are awarded at the end of the tournament to several teams in both serious and humorous categories.

“I’m really proud of this event, because not only does it help TPNA give out scholarships to Hiram Johnson students, but it’s a fun and affordable way for us to connect with the community and let loose a little,” says Eric Guerra, President of the Tahoe Park Neighborhood Association. “The members of the TPNA work diligently to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood, but once we get to the Capital Bowl and start playing, it’s a chance to have fun with our friends and supporters while doing something really positive for our youth, and that’s great.”

The event is Friday, March 23, beginning at 6:00. Preregistration is necessary, and you can find all the information you need to sign up by following this link. Sponsorship opportunities are also available by contacting president@tahoe-park.org.