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Bowling For LAC
Join us for our annual fundraising event in support
of the Legislative Action Committee (LAC)!
Spare some time to help (LAC) get a Strike!
Join us at Bowlero Lanes in Lynnwood for WSCAI’s Annual Bowling For LAC Charity Event to support and raise money for the Chapter’s two lobbyists and the Legislative Action Committee (LAC) with all their efforts in Olympia. The support that you give will assist with this extremely important advocacy.
Love to bowl and want to bring your friends? Register your entire team (6-8)! Or, feel free to register individually and you’ll be assigned to a team. Don’t bowl? No worries, please come and cheer on your favorite team and network with industry professionals. Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided to all participants and a no-host bar will be open.
Do you want to sponsor a lane? Contact Michelle Leary at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your company logo in the spotlight on the web & at the event! Don’t wait, spots are filling fast!
See you Thursday, February 21! Let’s make this the most successful year to date! You won’t want to miss this fun event!
When & Where
Thursday, February 21
2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
1222 164th St SW,
Lynnwood, WA 98087
$50 thru 2/7
$60 thru 2/14
$70 after 2/14
$25 thru 2/7
$35 thru 2/14
$45 after 2/14
Legislative Action Committee (LAC)
The Washington Legislative Action Committee (CAI WA-LAC) is a volunteer committee of CAI consisting of homeowners and professionals serving community associations. The CAI WA-LAC works with those living and working in community associations to speak on their behalf with one united voice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations. Responsible for identifying legislative issues of importance to community associations in Washington, the WA-LAC monitors legislation and helps set specific legislative priorities. The CAI WA-LAC builds relationships with and educates state officials to make CAI WA-LAC the go-to resource when they are presented with community association issues.