Richard Currier invites Winthrop residents to participate in the fourth annual Striking Courage Bowlathon that will be held on April 6 at 7 p.m. at the Candlewood Lanes in North Reading.
Currier, 34, is afflicted with Freidreichâ€™s Alaxia, a debilitating, degenerative neuro-muscular disorder. The proceeds from the fundraiser will go to The FA Project which is committed to creating awareness of the disease.
â€œI hope people will come out and support the cause,â€ said Currier, a Winthrop High School Class of 1996 graduate.
Tickets are $25 and include a fun-filled evening of unlimited bowling, delicious food catered by the famous Kellyâ€™s Roas Bee, great raffles, T-shirts, and a DJ. Also included are a cash bar, soft drinks, water, win and a special seasonal offering by Wormtown Brewery.
Currierâ€™s wife, Maria (Gambale) is also a Winthrop High graduate. They have three daughters, Gabriella, Mia, and Audra.
For more information, please visit the Website: thefaproject.org.