Welcome to the Palm Beach County Chapter of The USBC
Vanegas Awarded Ring
Luis Vanages was
the latest bowler to receive a 299 ring from your association.
Louie bowled his 299 during the
County Championship held at Bolmor AMF Boynton Beach.
Your association has presented
18 298 or 299 rings since we established this local award.
Your association will present a
298 or 299 ring to any sanctioned PBC BA bowler who has never
in his or her lifetime had an honor score where an award of a
ring is an option. If you should accomplish this feat have your
secretary send the proper form to the association office
Bob Conn Award for High Series
The PBCBA is pleased
to recognize bowlers who had special achievements during the County
The Bob Conn Award for the higest
3 game series was presented to Louis Steinhaur pictured left.
There was a tie for the President's
Award for the higest game. Both Jamie Frankel and Chris Spoo bowled
Congradulations to these outstanding
Behalf of Susan G Koman South Florida We Thank You
Nichelle Rains Dayve
Events Director Executive
Thanks to you we collected
$2,898.50 for the Susan G Koman foundation. 75%
of the money donated stays here in south Florida to pay for local
residents who can't afford screening or treatment. The other 25%
goes to cancer research such as a vaccine that will aid the body's
immune system in fighting the cancer cells. This research is being
done at the Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute of Florida and
the University of Miami.
A special thanks to Alisa Fisher who donated
her $70 50/50 winnings and Kevin Garcia who contributed
his share of his third place winnings to the cause.
Lastly to Chris Arbor of Greenacres Bowl
who donated the pink bowling balls that were raffled for $383
Here for a breakdown of the donations.
The official Greeters - The reason we didn't collect more.
Long Standing County Record Broken:
On Wednesday Feb.18th Jeremy
Mooney broke the record for a triplicate by one pin by bowling
279 three times. The previous record, held by John Manis stood
for many years. Unfortunately, we don't know how long because
dates were not kept as part of our records
Jeremy also holds the record for
the highest average in a season 245.
If you are a man and bowled a 250 or better, you can become a member
of the 250 Bowlers Club of Palm Beach County. The club has tournaments
every other month rotating through the houses in the county. The format
alternates between singles and mixed doubles i.e. man & women. The
singles event is for 250 club members only but the women in the doubles
can be any female bowler. On occasion, the club teams up with the women's
225 club for the tournament. The club uses the money raised in these
tournaments to award a scholarship to a YOUTH bowler. A dinner is held
at the end of the year at a local establishment. The dues are $15 a
year and you must bowl in at least one tournament. If you need more
information call Candid Ayala @ 561-683-6299 or email at email@example.com.
Click Here for an Application.
The club has scholarships for students who will
be graduating this year. To apply for a scholarship Click
here for an application.
Women who bowled a 225 may join the 225 club. The
application fee is $15. Dues are $10. Like the men, you must bowl in one
tournament a year.Click here for an
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West Palm Beach, FL 33417 (561) 640-4683
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