Warner Robins, GA
August 22-24, 2014
More than 800 athletes and 100 Unified Partners from around the state compete in traditional and unified bowling at the Masters Bowling Tournament in Warner Robins with over 200 coaches to guide them in competition. To learn more about Masters Bowling, check out this fact sheet.
This event is free and open to the public, so plan to come out and support the athletes and “be a fan”.
**Remember: all paperwork is due no later than June 27th**
If you are interested in more information about the 2014 Master’s Bowling State Bowling Tournament or are interested in volunteering for this event, please contact:
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF OUR MASTERS BOWLING COMPETITORS!!
Take a moment to read this story about one of our athletes:
Shane Jacobs started participating in Special Olympics when he moved to Moultrie, Georgia in middle school. The first sport he competed in was floor hockey, but since then he has also competed in bocce, volley ball, bike riding and bowling. He enjoys participating in Special Olympics because he feels it is a great way to test his physical abilities. Also, Shane is a very competitive person and Special Olympics has taught him that he doesn’t always have to win in order to have a good time. He is looking forward to competing in Masters Bowling this year because he wants to prove to himself that if you practice and work hard at something you can always succeed. Shane will be participating in the Masters Bowling tournament that is being held on August 24-26 in Warner Robins, Georgia.
For information on volunteering for this event, contact:
Stephen Sparks 229-292-6955
For donation and sponsor information contact:
Susan Skolnick 770.414.9390 ext. 111