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Bowlers kick back at Bash

March 11, 2014

Couples left to right: Emily and Josh Ailes, Emily Platt and Logan Erb, Randee and Dr. Joshua Steinke and Katie and Ryan Ruck of Steinke Family Chiropractic dressed up for the 2014 Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce 12th Annual Bowling Bash as if they were headed to a formal dance. (Staff photo/Michelle Meunier)

On Saturday night the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the 12th Annual Bowling Bash at Astro Lanes.

Teams were encouraged to come dressed in costumes or to follow a theme for their apparel. The Chamber was giving out prizes for different challenges, costumes and teams throughout the night. The best dressed team won $50 and a pizza. Along with a fun night, the Bowling Bash also acts as a fundraiser for the Chamber.

The Bowling Bash is a night of fun where teams of eight sign up to compete in Scotch Doubles Bowling.

Scotch Doubles Bowling is when pairs of bowlers share each frame. For example, if the first bowler on your team does not bowl a strike, the second bowler will have the opportunity to pick up the spare. If the first bowler bowls a strike the second half of the pair will bowl first in the next frame.

Teams from a handful of businesses in the community participated as a fun way to network outside of the office.

For the full story, see the Tuesday, March 11 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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