Bowlers slip on shoes for cancer fundraiser

Brechin Lanes is teaming up with bowling centres across the country to fight back against cancer.

Brechin Lanes is teaming up with bowling centres across the country to fight back against cancer.

The inaugural Knockdown Cancer campaign aims to bring awareness of cancer and cancer prevention to the community and encourage everyone to join the fight for life.

Throughout the month of January Brechin Lanes will donate 25 cents from every shoe rental to the Canadian Cancer Society in support of breast cancer research.

As well, all adult rental shoes at Brechin Lanes will be pink during the campaign.

Brechin lanes is at 1870 East Wellington Rd. For more information on the campaign, please go to www.brechinlanes.ca.

For more on the Canadian Cancer Society, please go to www.cancer.ca.

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