Cannon youth can ‘Bowl to Win’ at Cannon Lanes

Courtesy photo Marjorie Sisneros, recreation specialist with the Youth Center, presented Robert Dixon, 14, with his “Bowl to Win” prize: a custom fit Global 900 bowling ball, roller bag and towel (valued at $100). He participates regularly in Cannon Lanes’ Youth Bowling League.

By 27th SOW Public Affairs

The Air Force’s annual World Wide Bowling “Bowl to Win” program, sponsored by the AF Youth Programs, runs through Jan. 31 and all military and DoD civilian youth are eligible to play and win.

Youth between the ages of five and 18 can enter to win a brand new bowling ball just by bowling with a family member or friend at Cannon Lanes. The more friends you bowl with, the better your chances to win. For example, if you bring one eligible friend and bowl one game, you can enter to win one time. If you bring two friends and bowl one game, you can enter twice.

Just print out your score sheet, simply fill out the Bowl to Win form at www.usafbowltowin.com, and press submit by January 31, 2012. One winner from each age category (ages 5-9, 10-14 or 15-18) will win each week and will be notified via e-mail.

Cannon Lanes’ youth league bowler Robert Dixon, age 14, submitted his bowling scores from his games in November and won a custom fit bowling ball, roller bag and towel valued at $100.