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Fundraiser For Pleasantview Industries

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Posted: March 16, 2014 2:00 a.m.
Updated: March 16, 2014 2:00 a.m.
 

Pleasantview Industries, a local non-profit serving individuals with developmental disabilities in the Santa Clarita Valley for the past 45 years, recently held its 15th annual No-Tap Bowling Tournament and Fundraiser at Valencia Lanes.

One hundred fifty-five bowlers participated in the tournament to raise funds for the programs at Pleasantview. The tournament has been hosted by Valencia Lanes since its inception.

“We are so grateful to Bill Mossontte, Yvette Boyer and the staff at Valencia Lanes for making this event a success,” said Bill Alonso, Pleasantview Board President. “We appreciate their support over the past 15 years.”

The event is now known as “The Del Guyer Memorial Tournament to Benefit Pleasantview Industries.”

Del Guyer was Pleasantview’s Board President for over 13 years and was very involved in the development of the fundraiser. He passed away in 2011.

The tournament is very popular with league bowlers and several teams were comprised of Pleasantview program participants, staff and companies that employ Pleasantview workers. The evening’s activities also include a silent auction, 50/50 raffle and prizes.

“The people who participate in this event have been so supportive of our cause,” said Gerry Howard, Pleasantview Executive Director. “Many also knew Del Guyer and this event has become a tribute to him in many respects.”

Pleasantview, established and operating in the SCV since 1969, provides community job placement, a work-activity program, and support services for over one hundred individuals with disabilities on a daily basis.

The organization’s programs are accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International.

Anyone interested in more information about Pleasantview’s programs are urged to call 661-296-6700 or visit our website www.pleasantview1.org.

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