The program features the curriculum and equipment needed to make it a great
addition to any physical education class, scholastic program, community
event or after-school program and it is taught through an easy-to-follow, fun
and fitness-oriented lesson plan.
The Bowling Foundation announced it has awarded grants in the form of mobile bowling equipment to four schools. The funding is part of the foundation’s continuing effort to help enhance lives through the sport of bowling. The Mobile Bowling Equipment program annually helps schools, parks and recreation departments, disabled and disadvantaged service groups and other organizations and youth groups purchase equipment to teach and enjoy bowling.
Schools receiving grants are
Lawton Public Schools, Lawton, Okla.
St. Charles D303 Elementary Physical Education, St. Charles, Ill.
The purpose of this grant is to fund the implementation of The Bowling Foundation’s Youth Bowler’s Ed In-School Bowling program. This program provides opportunities to teach students the sport of bowling with instructional curriculum and equipment available to use in school or other facilities.
This prestigious award is presented to a teacher, educator, or administrator who has been nominated for outstanding contributions to the sport of bowling by exposing youth to bowling through the BPAA In-School Bowling program.