Strike for Literacy Bowl

Get ready for June, 2018
at Bowlero Lanes, Saratoga at Ayers
Special Thanks to HEB and CITGO

Call 361-826-7086 to sign up your team! Below you will find the information you need to send us. We need to know a player’s gender so we can award best male and female player trophies.

Pizza and soft drinks included in team price.

Corpus Christi Literacy Council A Strike for Literacy Bowl

TEAM NAME (four players per team)

PHONE:

Company Name:

ADDRESS:

If you have formed a team, please list this information for each of the team members:

Team member 1 NAME:

E-MAIL

PHONE:

ADDRESS:

MALE/FEMALE

Team member 2:NAME:

E-MAIL

PHONE:

ADDRESS:

MALE/FEMALE

Team member 3 NAME:

E-MAIL

PHONE:

ADDRESS:

MALE/FEMALE

Team member 4 NAME:

E-MAIL

PHONE:

ADDRESS:

MALE/FEMALE

 

Amount enclosed: $__________ ($300 per 4-person team; sponsorships are available too)

Make check payable to Corpus Christi Literacy Council (or CCLC)

Mail to Corpus Christi Literacy Council, 4044 Greenwood Dr., Corpus Christi, Texas 78416.

Or: use the ..donate now… button on the website www. ccliteracy.org

Phone 361-826-7086…………………Fax: 361-826-7083

E-mail your entries to: ccliteracy@ymail.com

Posted by on June 17th, 2014

Sesame Street Live!

The Sesame Street Live! performances visit Corpus Christi every year, usually February or March. Look for us again next year around the same time.

We have special $25 orchestra section tickets for sale in our office . You can call with credit card info, mail a check, use the donate button on our website, go through paypal using “info@ccliteracy.org” as the id, or come in person between 10am and 6pm.  We can mail the tickets or you can pick them up.

Posted by on January 31st, 2013

Trivia: how it works

Ten or fewer people sit at a table. A “round” is announced, with a general subject, such as cars, or football, or history. Then the emcee reads a question which is also projected onto a large screen. The team has 30 seconds to discuss and write down an answer on their score-sheet. Believe it or not, last year we started with one minute and it was way too long. 30 seconds is about right. The answer is then given, and teams mark their score-sheet. There is a judge in case a team questions the answer or has an alternative answer they think is also right. It has happened. Then another question. etc. At the end of the round, there is a break. Snacks are distributed. Winner of that round is announced. Then a new round begins.

Posted by on January 6th, 2012