Bocce Ball Tournament Fundraiser

June 10, 2011

Join the fun and support the Donna Lexa Community Art Centers at Albanese’s Roadhouse Restaurant, 2301 Bluemound Road, Waukesha, on Saturday, June 25.


Bocce ball, or lawn bowling, is a fun sport, easily enjoyed by all ages. No experience is necessary. Teams consist of a minimum of four players, but you are welcome to have more players and rotate play, if you wish.


This is a double elimination tournament. Prizes will be 1st Place - $400; 2nd Place - $200; 3rd Place - $100.


Entry fee is $25 per person and includes continental breakfast and lunch. Sign up now - spots are limited to the first 32 paid entries. Call the Art Center at 262-521-2292 or Barb at 414-390-1186 to sign up.


If you can’t participate, you can watch, relax on the outdoor patio, and cheer for your favorite teams. The tournament will begin at 9:00 a.m. and continue throughout the afternoon.


All remaining entry fees will be used to fund programs for the Donna Lexa Community Art Center, a non-profit organization serving individuals with disabilities. The art center’s programs are designed to promote creativity, self-expression, independence, dignity, and community integration.


Last year, DLCAC served 500 students in Waukesha, West Bend and West Milwaukee. To learn more about the art programs, please visit

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