Letter: Bowl-a-Thon was a success
Glenn County 4-H held their annual Bowl-a-thon fundraiser Oct. 27. All proceeds benefit Glenn County 4-H programs. We would like to thank the local businesses and individuals who donated door prizes to support the bowlers in their efforts.
Those making donations of door prizes were: Orland Bowl, Pepsi Beverages Company, Country Pumpkins, Capay 4-H Club, Clover 4-H Club, Glenn County 4-H Council, Lake 4-H Club, Orland 4-H Club, Schaffert 4-H Club, Machado Family, Wetz Family, Tanson Family, Stoney Creek 4-H Club, and Willows 4-H Club. Without the generous donations from these businesses and organizations, the bowl-a-thon would not have been the big success that it was.
A big thanks also goes out to Orland Bowl owners Andre and Joyce Carrao for the use of their facility and to those that bowled and raised money toward this great cause. The overall amount raised was $3,394.
The winners of the Best Team Name in the first session was Sweet Treats: Clarissa Wetz, Hannah Wetz, Johnny Wetz, Lilly Wetz and Callie Tanson; and second session was Mayhem At Midnight: Amber Kurth, Janelle Fisher, Mason Watson, Sydney Del Pape, and Christopher Watson.
Best costumes for the first session was Pink Pirates: Gracie Machado, Gianna Rodrigo, Jodi Rodrigo and Kylee Rosasco; and for the second session was The Wild Cats : Rachel Kurth, Kaylee Fisher, Ally Thomas, Callie Tanson and Lauren Watson.
Top youth bowler was John Overton with a score of 185. Top youth bowling team with a score of 1,049 was Honey Badgers: John Overton, Emma Zimmerman, Michelle Inzunza, Jesse Krueger and Loretta Howard. Top adult bowler was Larry Smith: Land O'Lakes Inc. with a score of 148.
Glenn County 4-H