Thursday, April 29, 2004

Local bowling hall of fame to induct four men



Four men will join the Greater Cincinnati Bowling Association Hall of Fame Sunday night at the annual awards dinner. Tom Kasee, who has been a member of five city team champions, one state championship team and one national championship team; David Welage, who has won five city championships; Jack O'Leary, who has bowled two sanctioned 300 games; and David Pond, who has served on the Board of Directors of the Greater Cincinnati Bowling Association for 23 years. The induction dinner will be at The Farm on Anderson Ferry Road. For more information, call Gary Crooker at 761-3338.




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