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Bowling for Scholars

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Save the Date

The 2017 Bowling for Scholars is scheduled for Friday, April, 21, 2017

2016 Bowling for Scholars Recap

Sponsored by Auxiliary Services, STLCC's 12th Annual Bowling for Scholars event raised nearly $25,000 through corporate donations, cookie sales, raffles, team registration sales and more. These funds will help students in need purchase and rent textbooks and course materials for their classes. 

Prizes awarded at BFS included:

  • Highest Scoring Team: William Tao Team (score of 787 in a series)
  • Highest Scoring Bowler: Mike Buda of Meramec (score of 211
  • Volunteer of the Year: Monte Faulkner of Cosand Auxiliary Services

All lanes are booked and registration for this event is now closed. However, we’re still accepting donations and individuals are welcome to attend or volunteer to work this event. Please contact Ellen Gough at 636-422-2030 for more information.

2015 Bowling for Scholars Recap

Tropicana Lanes was the site for a world record attempt, some serious fundraising and some not-so-serious bowling at the 11th annual Bowling for Scholars event, sponsored by St. Louis Community College's Auxiliary Services department.

Participants set a world record for the most people in one place who sported a Superman curl.
 
Team RICOH won the Highest Scoring Team Award for the second straight year. Team members were Ryan O'Hearne, Lynn Gatto, Chris Linhares, Greg Whitledge and Allen Willison.
 
The Highest Scoring Individual Bowler was Mike Buda from Meramec's Financial Aid department. Winner of the Decorated Bowling Pin contest was Linda Hartman, whose winning entry was titled "Queen of Scraps." Hartman is a student at the Wildwood campus.
 
The event raised $36,755 for student to purchase or rent textbooks and course materials for their classes. Since its inception in 2005, Bowling for Scholars has raised more than nearly $336,000. Funds are raised through corporate sponsorships, cookie sales, raffles, alley auction, team registration sales and bookstore promotions.
 

Check out our Flickr account for more Bowling for Scholars photos