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The Langley Bowl

The Langley Bowl

Sunday, March 12th 2017

2pm - 4:30pm

Registration opens at 1:30pm

Bowl America-Shirley

6450 Edsall Road Alexandria, VA 22312

$150/Team of 5 Bowlers $30/Single Bowler

Fee includes 3 games, ball and shoe rental & event tee shirt   


Sponsorship opportunities available! Please contact Development Manager Angela Riesterer at Angela@LRSS.org or 703-893-0068 ext. 1800 to learn more. 

Kick off your St. Patrick's day celebration at our 8th Annual Langley Bowl! Langley's tournament has strikes in frames 3, 6 and 9 with trophies awarded to the Highest Scoring Team and Highest Scoring Player (scored by the first 2 games). We have balloon animal entertainment, a 50/50 raffle and door prizes! Bowl to support the men and women in our programs pursuing their dreams and living as independently as possible! 

Click here to make a donation to our Langley Bowl and sponsor a Player or Team!

 Thank You to our Generous Sponsors!

Premier Independence Sponsors
Beyer Automotive Group
Confidence Sponsors
AHT Insurance
Annandale Woman's Club
Artlin Consulting, LLC
Mary Beth Busby
Civitan Club of Fairfax
Civitan Club of Tysons
Commonhealth Chiropractic
The Kidder Family
Betsy Schatz Family
Judy & Herb Yolles Family
Life Skills Sponsors
Carly Coho
Sara Mariska
The Sakai Family
Sensei Enterprises, Inc.
Walsh Colucci Lubeley & Walsh PC
Social Skills Sponsors
Angela Riesterer
Melissa Smarr

By supporting the Langley Bowl, you are giving someone the chance to live a rich, full life.

Langley is one of the only organizations in the Fairfax County/Falls Church area that operates both Residential and Community Support programs for the very underserved population of adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities. Not only do these people rarely qualify for Medicaid Waiver funding, but there are not many supportive services available to them after high school.

A person with a mild to moderate intellectual disability has a condition that impacts their ability to process information and learn specific tasks. However, with proper supports, they can learn many things - it may just take more time, effort and reinforcement.