Fundraiser at Modern Lanes in Exeter benefits Alzheimer’s Association

Lucinda Mikus, Exeter, a decendent of June Shutt, had a purple streak applied to her hair by hair stylist Michael Garubba, of West Pittston. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Jeff Bartlo, West Pittston, shows off his form just before hitting a strike at Modern Lanes. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Sawyer Green, 3, needs a bit of help when tossing his bowling ball. Sawyer was the great-great grandson of the late June Shutt who was honored by the fundraiser. - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Jamie Green, of Tunkhannock, rolls a ball in her great-grandmother’s name. - - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Seven-year-old Selina Gallagher places a raffle ticket in the basket during a fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Disease in the name of June Shutt who passed away Sept. 26 from the disease. The fundraiser took place on Sept. 30 at Modern Lanes, Exeter. - - Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

EXETER — Participants bowled, took chances on raffles and had purple streaks added to their hair – all in the name of helping to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association. The event, held in memory of June Shutt who passed away Sept. 26 from the disease, took place at Modern Lanes.

Lucinda Mikus, Exeter, a decendent of June Shutt, had a purple streak applied to her hair by hair stylist Michael Garubba, of West Pittston.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Alzheimers2.jpgLucinda Mikus, Exeter, a decendent of June Shutt, had a purple streak applied to her hair by hair stylist Michael Garubba, of West Pittston. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Jeff Bartlo, West Pittston, shows off his form just before hitting a strike at Modern Lanes.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Alzheimers3.jpgJeff Bartlo, West Pittston, shows off his form just before hitting a strike at Modern Lanes. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Sawyer Green, 3, needs a bit of help when tossing his bowling ball. Sawyer was the great-great grandson of the late June Shutt who was honored by the fundraiser.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Alzheimers4.jpgSawyer Green, 3, needs a bit of help when tossing his bowling ball. Sawyer was the great-great grandson of the late June Shutt who was honored by the fundraiser. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Jamie Green, of Tunkhannock, rolls a ball in her great-grandmother’s name.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Alzheimers5.jpgJamie Green, of Tunkhannock, rolls a ball in her great-grandmother’s name. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch

Seven-year-old Selina Gallagher places a raffle ticket in the basket during a fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Disease in the name of June Shutt who passed away Sept. 26 from the disease. The fundraiser took place on Sept. 30 at Modern Lanes, Exeter.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_Alzheimers1.jpgSeven-year-old Selina Gallagher places a raffle ticket in the basket during a fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Disease in the name of June Shutt who passed away Sept. 26 from the disease. The fundraiser took place on Sept. 30 at Modern Lanes, Exeter. Tony Callaio | For Sunday Dispatch
Fundraiser at Modern Lanes benefits Alzheimer’s Association