Similkameen Rec Centre Bowling

Similkameen Rec Centre Bowling from Keremeos for Feb. 11- 14

  • Feb. 19, 2013 10:00 a.m.

Strikes and Spares

February 11-14

Monday P.M. Alley Oops


Joyce Fauteux 219, 225 – 629

Madeleine Pruden 213

Claire Carleton 214

Connie Chan 201


*Wayne Ritchie 201, 244, 250 – 697

Bruce Crossman 212, 200 – 602

Harold Desjardins 237 – 624

Roy Stewart 227 – 624

Jack Popovich 206

Norm Boucher 201




Wednesday A.M. Goldenagers


* Helen Witter 201, 293, 190 – 684

Dorothy Barstad 218

Jane Hodge 181, 216, 224 – 621

Ruby Cavenaille 216


Harold Desjardins 210, 261 – 630

Ron Blackmore 237

Thursday A.M. G.A. Swingers


Pat McBride 217

Joyce Fauteux 208



Ron Blackmore 226



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