On Saturday, the All American Fun Park opened its doors an hour early for the Butterfly Kisses children's organization.
Children with all types of disabilities were invited to the bowling center free of charge so they could roll a strike.
Saturday's turnout was their biggest to date.
This event also marked two years since the start of this nonprofit organization. For the future, Butterfly Kisses wants to get more involved in the Southwest Georgia community.
Traci Henry, Founder of Butterfly Kisses, says "I know there are more than fifty families out there. So, my goal this year is to get bigger and better."
Butterfly Kisses is holding next month's play date at the Albany Museum of Art. Log on to their Facebook page for more information on other upcoming events: http://www.facebook.com/butterflykissesplayground/events.