Starke County residents can help give local students the chance to learn the basics of economics, by taking part in a bowling event. Junior Achievement’s 2016 Achieve-A-Bowl will be held next month in Knox. Continue reading
It’s an activity your family, friends or co-workers can enjoy and you’ll be helping a youth organization at the same time. It’s the annual Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon.
The Bowl-a-Thon is tonight at 6 p.m. CT at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox and teams are needed to help gather funds for Junior Achievement. Bridget Markin, a Junior Achievement representative, says this fundraiser is a worthwhile program for Starke County students.
The Starke County Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. CT at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox.
This is an annual fundraiser where members of the community and business leaders come together for a night of fun while raising money for a worthwhile youth organization.
The Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon is tonight at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox.
Several teams have signed up to have some fun and raise money for the students of Starke County. Junior Achievement reaches kids in grades two through 12 and teaches them about financial lteracy. Volunteers and business people from the community teach those classes.
A fun way to help raise money for Junior Achievement in Starke County is coming up in April.
A Bowl-a-Thon has been set for April 11 from 6–8 p.m. CT at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox. Get a team together and join in the fun!
A new name will be added to the 300 Club at Bowlaway Lanes this week, after Andrew Williams bowled a perfect game amidst a crowd of cheers. Williams’ streak of 12 perfect frames makes him the 12th member of the prestigious club.
Williams said he was particularly surprised at the outcome of his game because he was at a disadvantage; not only was he not planning on bowling that day, but he was suffering from a knee injury as well.
“I was asked Tuesday night if I could bowl with the team Wednesday, but I had a hurt knee, so I figured I’d sit it out,” Williams said. “Then I got a call from Estill Shepard around 1 o’clock asking if I could fill in since one of their guys called off, I figured I might as well since we got off work early, so I was feeling pretty good.”
The Junior Achievement Bowl-A-Thon is back– this time to raise funds for the Junior Achievement programs in Greater Wabash. With a goal of $350 to be raised per team, the money will go toward enabling Junior Achievement to bring choice and values into the classroom.
Pro Bowler and PBA Hall of Fame Member, Mike Aulby, was in Knox last night to help support the Junior Achievement organization in a Bowl-a-Thon event at Bowlaway Lanes.
There were several teams that participated in the event, including the WKVI Men’s and Women’s teams. Each team won a game, but the Women’s team won in series points by 23 pins. Several door prizes were given out and a game of chance was won by Tom Berg. The WKVI Men’s team brought in the most in pledges with $380.
Hall of Fame Pro Bowler, Mike Aulby, will be at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox tonight to help promote the Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon.
Mike Aulby captured his first title and was named Rookie of the Year in 1979 when he entered the PBA tour. He talks about how we got started in his bowling career.
The Junior Achievement Bowl-a-Thon at Bowlaway Lanes in Knox brought in approximately $4,500 Wednesday for the organization, thanks to pledges gathered by the five-member teams bowling from Starke and Pulaski Counties.
All bowlers had a great time with some winning door prizes and other chances to win prizes during Wednesday’s fundraiser. Niki Clemons, Bridget Markin, and all involved with Junior Achievement did a great job planning the event. The WKVI Men’s and Women’s teams participated in the two game event with each team winning a game.
WKVI’s “Airwaves Rollers” took 2 out of three this week during Tuesday night action at Bowlaway Lanes. With Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall subbing, Lenny Dessauer absent, and Pat Dunn in a two week slump, Tom Berg came to the rescue. Taking the “Rollers” high game patch away from Dunn with a 224 game, Berg paced the victors in game two. The WKVI Morning Man attributed his sterling performance to a wrist brace given to him by Dessauer and a pep talk from his mother Judy Collins of Indianapolis.