What a great video filmed and produced by Julio Alcala of the Oxnard Joslyn Club in Wilson Park in California. Worth sharing.
This incredibly talented fours team took home a silver medal in the Plate section of Tiger Bowls. They then went on to take Bronze in the China Open. Incredible bowling representing BowlsUSA with distinction! Well done team!
Here is what the plate section means.
In the Tiger Bowls World Invitational, the women’s team finished 7th in the top 20 Ranking Stage of 32 teams. Qualifiers 1st through 4th competed in the Cup Section Semi-Finals with Hong Kong’s Henselite team taking GOLD and China’s Quzhou team the SILVER; 5th through 8th qualifiers competed in the Plate Section Semi-Finals with England taking GOLD and USA the SILVER.
In the Belt & Road China Open, the women’s team finished 2nd in the top four of 14 teams to qualify for Semi-Finals with England earning GOLD, Philippines the SILVER, Henselite and USA the BRONZE.
In Tiger Bowls, Team USA men finished a respectable 24th in a field of 62 teams.
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US OPEN & THE USLBA MEMORIAL FUND
The US Open will be held in the Sun Cities area of Phoenix, AZ in November 2018.
Hosting a tournament of this size and scope is a major undertaking both physically and financially.
As a member of Bowls USA, you can support this premiere tournament event as well as receive a tax deduction by contributing sponsorship through the Memorial Fund.
Simply print the contribution form (link below), check the US Open area and send the form and your check to the Memorial Fund Treasurer, Norma Goodhart (address on form.)
A win – win for both you and the US Open.
You will receive a letter acknowledging your contribution for tax purposes and your name will appear in the US Open Program as a sponsor.
Your help and support are greatly appreciated.
Memorial Fund Contribution Form
Learn more about the open:
For the second year in a row, Bowls USA has participated in “loyalty programs” and “incentives” for 100% Bowls USA clubs. The Grant Program has been the appropriate way to “give back” to those clubs that support Bowls USA.
A committee, consisting of Alice Birkinshaw, BowlsUSA Treasurer, Ginger Harris, councilor (PIMD), and Glorianne Mather, councilor (CED), administered the program for 2017. We are pleased to report that 18 clubs from 6 divisions expressed interest and be received funding in 2017.
The total amount of grant funds available for 2017 was $7,500. After review of all Grant Requests, the Committee has awarded the following grants:
Bowls USA is stronger because of the support of all of its members, and we hope that these funds will help 100% clubs share our sport with their communities. We look forward to hearing about clubs' successes in recruiting members and improving their playing conditions.
The Mission of the Grant Program is to provide funds for 100% Bowls USA clubs to promote club development and to assist recruiting and retaining members. Grant funds may be used for projects that are intended to attract new members or to improve the playing experience of the club. We also specified that funds could not be used for food and/or refreshments.
To participate in 2018 please visit this page by clicking here for application and guidelines!
Good Bowling to Everyone!!!!!
Results from the South Central Division Open, the continued feature on generations of bowlers from the east, our umpire in chief gives lots of solid information on the rules and learn about how to get a grant for your club. Check out past editions of the newsletter at http://www.bowlsusa.us/newsletter.html
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