The Parker County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a bowling tournament to benefit Texas peace officer Kyle Squires, who is hospitalized with COVID-19.
Squires had completed the application process and was expected to be hired at the Parker County Sheriff’s Office as a patrol deputy in September, authorities said in a statement. He was hospitalized before he was officially hired.
The tournament will raise money for his family, which faces major debt because of hospital bills and lack of income.
Film Alley in Weatherford, located at 825 Interstate 20 Frontage Road, donated 16 lanes on Monday, Dec. 6, from 5:30-10 p.m.
Tournament coordinators are seeking lane sponsors at $150 per lane. Those interested can enter to play in the tournament at $25 per person. Tournament teams will be $100 for each four-person team.
Parker County Sheriff’s Office said a Venmo account will be established with 100% of the proceeds deposited into an account for the Squires family. A drawing will be held during the event and those who wish to donate can do so before or during the tournament by cash or check.
Those interested in donating, sponsoring a lane or playing are asked to contact Lt. Rick Crosley or Cpl. Brice Gallasso at 817-594-8845.