VIEW MORE PHOTOS | HRC Bowling for Equality @ Midtown Bowl
Members and supporters of the local arm of the Human Rights Campaign laced up their multi-colored shoes and took to the lanes of Midtown Bowl on Saturday for the annual HRC Atlanta Bowling for Equality tournament.
All skill levels took part in the fun day to raise funds toward HRC’s LGBT advocacy and mixed with friends, colleagues and family in this just-for-fun tournament. Entries from individuals to sponsored teams of six knocked down some pins while taking a knock at gay rights.
Everyone who entered received an annual HRC membership with their ticket and got a chance at some fun prizes, too. DJ Shane V. kept the music going throughout the event.
HRC supporters bowled for equality last year, too.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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