Scholarship winners are the same. The bowling family that started them up in bowling, their coaches and friends are all there to support them.
I would have to say to the banquet was a success with great food and great friends and family. There were also had a lot tears this year which to me means that it meant a lot to a lot of people. Thank you for making this year’s banquet a success.
Around the lanes
Your City of First USBC Association president and I had a chance to go to the women’s state tournament awards banquet in Logansport. After the luncheon, the awards were handed out, then everyone was handed a ticket to ride the famous carousel in the park. This has been completely restored and is inside a building now for its protection. Everyone should take a trip to Riverside Park with or without children and take a ride.
By now everyone should have their final averages into association manager Gary Exmeyer. If you don’t and have questions, contact him at Kokomo Sport Bowl.
Cyndy Trent is the Tribune’s bowling columnist. She may be reached by email at email@example.com.