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Welcome Brunswick Zone Sands Bowl, Lancaster & Brunswick Zone Vista Lanes, Palmdale
to the NLAC USBC!!


 CONGRATULATIONS to Brenner Kwan-Golden from Corbin Bowl for winning the 2016 California USBC Diddy Watts Youth State Singles Challenge – Handicap Division (McHenry Bowl; Aug 13-14)

Brenner earned a $400 scholarship for this championship win.  Also congrats to Louis De Pero from Winnetka Bowl who placed 4th in the Handicap division earning a $150 scholarship & Girls scratch division – Zoe Rodriguez from Corbin Bowl came in  7th/8th place and earned a $100 scholarship! Great bowling!!


CALIFORNIA STATE ADULT USBC EVENTS
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2016 CA STATE SENIOR SINGLES
August 18-21, 2016
Valencia Lanes

Congratulations…
WOMEN
Div B 1st place – Ann Ochoa (Valencia Lanes – Super Seniors)
Div D 1st place – Bonnie Tootle (Corbin Bowl – Star Sapphire)
Div E 1st place – Michelle Silver (Corbin Bowl – Sport Trios)
Div A 2nd place – Fran Brandt (many leagues!)

MEN
Super Senior Div 1st place – Frank Menchaca
(Shatto 39 – Wed. Mixed 4)


2017 Adult Youth Travel League Sign up

YOUTH CITY  TOURNAMENT
November 12-13, 2016
D/S – Valencia Lanes
TEAM – Winnetka Bowl
Entry forms now posted

SENIOR SINGLES TOURNAMENT
Aged 50+
VALENCIA LANES
Saturday, November 5, 2016

PICKWICK BOWL
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Click here for entry form

YOUTH CLUB TOURNAMENT
(Open, 500, 600 & 700 Divisions)
January 22, 2017
Valencia Lanes
Entry forms now posted

2017 ADULT CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS
March 4-5 & 11-12
D/S – Valencia Lanes
TEAM – Winnetka Bowl
Click here for entry form


At the CUSBC Annual Convention on June 11, 2016, the delegation approved a By-Law change to increase the state dues to $2.00 per member – the increase will take effect on August 1, 2016.

2016-17 USBC ADULT MEMBERSHIP PRICING for NLAC USBC

Standard USBC Adult Membership: $20
($8 local + $2 state + $10 national)
Transfer Fees Local: $8 • State and Local: $10
Basic membership for *Short Season League: $12 per league (10 weeks or less)
($3 local + $2 state + $7 national)

2016-17 USBC YOUTH MEMBERSHIP PRICING for NLAC USBC

Standard USBC Youth Membership: $10
(National Processing Fee: $4 + Local Processing Fee: $5.50 + State Fee: $.50)
Upgrade to Junior Gold U12 Division: Additional $10
Upgrade to Junior Gold U15/U20 Division: Additional $30

Special Olympic: $16
(National Processing Fee: $10 + Local Processing Fee: $5.50 + State Fee: $.50)


To: Youth Directors and League Secretaries;

We have presented National High Game & Series awards to some very deserving youth bowlers in the last couple of years. I would like to see more apps sent to us to be processed. Only 2 centers from NLAC sent in team award apps. The applications are provided to each league. Please take the time to fill out the apps and send them in. You never know – you might have some team that was the highest in nation and never turned in. App has 2, 3, 4, 5, person teams and all adult male, female, mixed, & youth bowlers. With all minimum qualifying scores listed, scratch scores only. Make a difference, look at what is offered and take advantage of it. Bowlers dues pay for this. All Associations will process the awards to national for recognition. It only takes a few minutes to do. Thank you for all you do…

Tom Leigh
NLAC, Director

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