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Kids are Winners in Bowl for Kids Sake and Child Safety Day

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Pins clattered and lots of laughs were had as the Nevada County community rallied around the Big Brothers and Big Sisters and Child Safety Day at Prosperity Bowling Lanes and the Beam Easy Living Center in Grass Valley over the weekend. Saturday was the Annual Bowl for Kids Sake fundraiser and teams representing businesses, clubs, and other organizations from around the county bowled to raise dollars for the organization.  Grass Valley City Councilman and Kiwanis Club member, Howard Levine, participates because of the value Big Brothers and Big Sisters adds to kids lives in the area.
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Levine, like many other bowlers of the day, didn’t want to take the risk for bowling poorly.
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Child Safety Day was also taking place in the shared parking lot of Prosperity Lanes and the Beam Easy Living Center, and Levine participated with the Kiwanis Club in both events.
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Marc Klaas, founder of the KlassKids Foundation said several hundred kids came through the line to get a set of child safety information in case of an emergency.
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Klaas says Child Safety Day is more than just IDs and fingerprints.
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Klaas gives credit to the community and the Beam Center for providing the free safety services for the community.
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Between Child Safety Day and Bowl for Kids Sake the children of Nevada County came out winners.

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