Three local teen bowlers will don aprons and work alongside Howlett’s Tavern employees on Saturday, April 20 from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. taking orders and serving meals to patrons. Guests may leave tips for the teens who serve them.
The tips will go toward fundraising to help offset the cost of two scholarship tournaments at which they will be participating in July.
The Teen Masters goals are to define America’s Top High School and Under 14 bowling champions. The Teen Masters is America’s longest running national bowling championship for students and in 2013 will surpass $1 million in total scholarships awarded to its participants. This summer’s finals are a week-long event, June 29-July 5, and will be held in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The teen bowlers have the opportunity to compete for a national title and a share of over $100,000 in college scholarships.
The Junior Gold Tournament gives youth bowlers a chance to showcase their skills against the world’s best junior bowlers. The Junior Gold Tournament awards $250,000 in scholarships and youth bowlers also have the opportunity to earn a spot on Junior Team USA. Many of the Junior Gold winners, boys and girls, have gone on to be professional bowlers. This summer’s finals are July 13-19, will be held in Detroit, Mich.
Please join these teens to help achieve their dreams of going to college. For more information call Angie Trapp 357-3817.