Prizes will be given to the best and worst bowling teams that night, plus additional prizes will be given to the best and worst men and women bowlers.
There will be two bowling rounds for prizes; first round from 6 to 9 p.m. and second from 9 p.m. to midnight. The cost for a four-person team is $150. The club hopes to again have 16 teams sign up for the fun.
The Rotary Club has also received more than 40 additional prizes that will be raffled off during the event. To register, call Mike Shaar at (818) 248-0190.
Crescenta Valley Rotary Club meets at 7 p.m. every Tuesday at the Grandview Palace Restaurant, 2650 Foothill Blvd, La Crescenta. For information, call Joe Kroening at (818) 249-2016.
KIWANIS TO INSPECT CHILD CAR SEATS
Ever wonder if your child's car seat is really a safe and secure place for your child to ride in? The Glendale Kiwanis Club has volunteered to participate in a project of conducting regular monthly car seat inspections in Glendale. Participating club members will go to training to become certified car-seat inspectors and installers.
The project will also include the distribution of health and safety packets to local families. The club plans to give special attention to low-income families with newborns and children up to age 5.
The location for the inspections will be announced within the next month.
Remember the Duck Races? The event was such a success, the club will receive the award for the most outstanding Project of the Year from the Glendale Chamber of Commerce at the annual awards luncheon on Thursday at the Hilton Glendale Hotel.
The club plans to have the Duck Races again this year on Oct. 20. in Verdugo Park.
Glendale Kiwanis Club meets at noon every Friday at the Glendale Elks Club, 120 E. Colorado St., Glendale. For more information, call Vic Legerton at (818) 354-8838.
STUDENT MOVES UP IN SPEECH COMPETITION