Atlanta supporters of the Human Rights Campaign strapped on the bowling shoes and knocked a few pins down for a cause on Saturday.
The group’s 22nd Annual Bowling for Equality event took place at Midtown Bowl.
The day featured palm trees, tiki drinks and a beachy soundtrack to set the mood. Trophies were given to the best bowler, best group costume and more.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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