BVL TOP TWENTY LOCAL ASSOCIATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR 07-08 FUNDRAISING SEASON
> On July 31, 2008, BVL notched its 66th year of supporting Americas
> service men and women.
> Since the early days of BVL during WWII, league bowlers have
> recognized the sacrifices made by those in uniform and have maintained
> the BVL promise: We will not forget your service to our country; we
> will be there for you when you need us.
> During the 2007-2008 league season, league leaders in hundreds of
> small towns and big cities around the U.S. banded together to keep
> that BVL promise.
> We appreciate each and every volunteer and each and every dollar, and
> are always amazed by the dedication and commitment of our
> associations, remarked BVL Board Chair Darlene Baker. However, we
> do want to especially salute those associations at the top of our
> fundraising lists for their efforts.
> This year, the "Top Twenty" local association list includes some old
> favorites and some new ones as well. Perennial leader, Nation?s
> Capital Area USBC Assn., once again claims the number one position,
> raising $19,004.34!!
> The complete local association BVL "Top Twenty" list is as follows:
> 1 Nation's Capital Area USBC Assn.
> 2 Joliet Area USBC WBA
> 3 Minneapolis USBC
> 4 Greater Anchorage USBC Association
> 5 Greater Richmond USBC WBA
> 6 Hampton BVL Committee
> 7 Norfolk USBC BA Inc.
> 8 Metro Detroit USBC Assn.
> 9 Greater Fredericksburg USBC
> 10 Sioux Falls Regional USBC Association
> 11 Greater Aurora USBC Association
> 12 Grand Strand USBC Association
> 13 Greater Petersburg USBC WBA
> 14 Greater Carlyle Bowling Association
> 15 New London USBC WBA
> 16 Syracuse USBC WBA Inc.
> 17 Greater Buffalo USBC Association
> 18 New Haven County USBC Assn., Inc.
> 19 Essex County Bowling Assn
> 20 Greater Charlotte USBC Association Inc.
> GREAT job everyone! THANKS!!
> Elizabeth Montanya
> Bowlers to Veterans Link
> 11350 Random Hills Rd. Suite #800
> Fairfax, VA 22030
> p 703-934-6039
> f 703-591-3049