Tournament rolls a strike

Soldotna-Kenai Women's Bowling Association held their 52nd Annual City Tournament and 2nd Annual Bowl 4 A Cure Tournament  March 24, 25, 31, and April 1. Thanks goes out to all the SKWBA members who participated and to our generous local business's for supporting our cause and making this the huge success it was. The generosity of our community never ceases to make me proud to live on the  peninsula, and  amaze me. This small group of bowling women worked hard, had fun and got rewarded in a manner that is something to be proud of. 

SKWBA is a small association with 98 members. Through raffles, bowling entries, silent auction items made and donated, bake sale silent  auctions, and pink ribbon items, SKWBA raised $4,769 to be donated to our local Health Foundation for the benefit of local Cancer patients whom need that little extra to make their fight a little easier. 

Three division winners were awarded Breast Cancer gift bags valued at $200: Division I, Soni Burzinski; Division II, Kay Roberts; Division III, Ann Huhndorf. Three second-place winners were awarded gift bags valued at 100: Division I, Jan Erwin; Division II, Pam Johnson; Division III, Nina Walker.

Without the support of these local benefactors we couldn't have pulled this off: Orca Lodge, Mugz Coffee shop, Bub's Pizza, Ak Rays, Donna Rumley, Michele Petterson, Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, Sugar Magnolias, Sue Coup, Joe Hanes-Fish Magnet Guide Service, Soldotna Little League, Summit Dry Cleaners, Stanley Chrysler, Dr. Endsley, Al-ASKA Shrine, Oiler Bingo, Sodona Florist, Alaska Road Builders, American Legion, Judy Cox, Natalie Kohler, Hey Good Looking, O'Reilley Auto Parts, Peninsula Powder Coating, Soni Burzinski, Mike Burzinski, Jerry Gray, Carrie Winger, Koob Chiropractic, Marian Van Horn, Judy Miller, Theresa Watson, Central Peninsula Hospital, Marathon Oil, Angie Wellborn, Tammy's Flowers Marty Pierce, Karla Appelhans, Jenny Wetzle, Buckets Sports Grill.  


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