HAMMOND | The Challenger Learning Center in Hammond, IN will again hold the Corporate Charity Challenge Stars and Strikes bowling event on April 22.
The Stars and Strikes event will be held at Olympia Lanes in Hammond and will help fund missions available to school systems throughout northwest Indiana. Teams of 4 players will compete against organizations to win the Challenger Cup. Doors open at 5 p.m. and bowling begins at 6 p.m. that evening.
This year Mayor David Uran from Crown Point and Hammond’s Mayor Tom McDermott Jr. and their teams of bowlers will compete against each other for the coveted Challenger Cup.
Sponsorship and team spaces are still available. Contact Crystal Sands at Lighthouse Events & Marketing at (219) 928-6862 for more information about sponsorship and the “Stars and Strikes” event. For more information about the Challenger Learning Center or how to donate directly to the Center, contact Becca Manis at (219) 989-3250.
The Challenger Learning Center uses science, technology, engineering and math education to engage visitors of all ages. The space simulation programs, planetarium experiences, laser shows, hands-on space science and technology skill building programs engage learners of all ages in activities that encourage teamwork while honing problem solving, communication and critical thinking proficiencies.