TERRE HAUTE —
Each year the Terre Haute Bowling Center Youth bowlers are awarded scholarship money to the future of their education. Money is determined by grades in school; attendance; participation in local and state tournaments; and scores above their own average. Youth bowlers from 5 years old to 19 years were awarded $8,830. To date, more than $200,000 has been awarded to Terre Haute Bowling Center Youth bowlers.
Recipients from the Wabash Valley include: John Barbour, Ian Bartlett, Emma BIy, Nicholas BIy, Cameron Bolinger, Jack Boone, Jeffrey Brickey, Charles Brooks, J. Thompson-Carman, Seth Conwell, Brody Corenflos, Benjamin Dillion, Nathan Dillion, Austin Dowell, Darian Downing, Allison Drake, Terry Dressier, Zachary Dressier, Aiden Fellows, Donivan Ficklin, Austin Fields, Michael Fields, Richard Fields, Evan Fulk, Cody Giffin, Kaitlynn Goekler, Rachael Goekler, Robert Goekler, Tyler Good, Anthony Guenzel, Curtis Haase, Garrett Hart, Halie Hart, Taylor Hartman, David Hayes, Emily Hazelrigg, Erin Hazelrigg, Nick Hodson, James Lebrun, Zachary Lebrun, Mitchell Morris, Keegan Pohlar, Vincent Price, Angie Pritchett, Nathan Pugh, Travis Pugh, Jasmine Rader, Keegan Rader, Ashli Ray, Blake Rebeck, Michael Rogers, Andrew Sheldon, Lauryn Smith, Kianna Sweatt, Garrison Taladay, Peyton Taladay, Jacob Tobey, Tanner Tuberosa, Trenton Tuberosa, Tyler Tuberosa, Jacob Vencel, Jacob Vicars and Nicholas Williams.