CÎROC® The Block Knocks Down Pins, Pours for Ten Neighborhood Charities

They called it a CÎROC® The Block.  We’ll call it boozy bowling.  And it’s even cooler than cosmic

The ladies of Safe Shores

Monday night, Ciroc hosted their first annual CÎROC® The Block charity event at Lucky Strike in Chinatown. In an effort to celebrate the uniqueness of DC’s diverse neighborhoods — and the people and organizations that make the city so memorable — Ciroc reserved 10 lanes,  each representing a different neighborhood charity, with each charity competing for a grand prize check of $1,000 from Ciroc.

Of course the night featured an open CIROC cocktail bar as well as strikes and gutterballs.

The Howard Theatre Restoration Fund receive their $1,000 check from Ciroc

Participating charities included the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Adam’s Morgans’ DC Arts Center, Dupont Circle’s Capital Pride Organization, U Street’s Friends of Harrison Recreation Center, Greater Washington Urban League of Columbia Heights, Chinatown’s DC Central Kitchen, Anacostia’s The Green Scheme, H Street’s H Street Main Street, K Street’s Safe Shores and the competition’s winner, The Howard Theatre Restoration fund.

*Photos credit: Surpass Visuals

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