A Place Called Home is set to celebrate its Fourth Annual “Stars and Strikes” celebrity bowling and poker tournament, and is expecting a host of celebrity supporters such as Keke Palmer, Paul Wall and Austin Brown to come out and have some fun.

Actors and singers including Deryck Whibley of Sum 41, LaLa and Jason Derulo; Booboo Stewart from the Twilight Saga, Eddie Steeples from My Name Is Earl, Eden Sher from The Middle, and Gregory Michael from Greek are all planning to try their luck at the event on March 10th. Movie producer Ari Gold, music producers Rodney Jerkins and J.R. Rotem are also planning to play.

These celebrities will bowl and play poker along with other attendees to raise money for the non-profit youth center in South Central Los Angeles.

The night will feature bowling competitions, a professional-level No-Limit All-In Texas Hold’em competition featuring the “Dealer Dolls” and World Series of Poker Championship dealer Jolyn Haviland, prizes, DJs, food, drinks and more.

Don’t miss your chance to mingle with some of the hottest celebrities as they participate in one of APCH’s key fundraisers to generate funds to sustain this effective and dynamic non-profit so it can continue to help inner-city youth defy odds, succeed in school and grow up to be positive and productive adults.

To see a sample of what to expect, watch our coverage of last year’s event!

For the past fourteen years, APCH has provided a safe haven with creative and educational resources as well as mentoring, tutoring and support services to inner-city, at-risk youth who would otherwise be on the street, tempted by drugs and gangs, and threatened by violence and other adverse situations. Thousands of kids benefit from this safe, home-like environment where they know they can enjoy an after school meal, study, play sports, make music, learn to dance, get mentoring and tutoring services, and just have fun.

Visit StarsAndStrikesForAPCH.org for more information on how you can get involved and the latest news and details about the event.

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