Fifth annual Bowl-A-Thon to raise money for veterans

WMTW - Portland ME 3:03 mins

This morning, people will lace up their bowling shoes to help raise money for veterans at the Fifth Annual Rolling Thunder Bowl-A-Thon. News 8's Norm Karkos has a preview from the Bowl-A-Rama in Sanford.

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