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Louise Cram

Meritorious Service

Louise was elected to the St. Paul Women's Bowling Association Board of Directors in 1969. She served in that position until being elected Vice-President of that Association in 1977. She served as Vice-President until becoming President of that Association in 1980. As of her nomination in 1987, Louise was serving her seventh year as President of the St. Paul Women's Bowling Association. Is currently a member of the Minnesota Bowling Council, a Director of the St. Paul 600 Club and is a certified AJBC instructor. Coached junior bowling for six years and was local AJBC Secretary-Treasurer for four years. Has served on the St. Paul Hall of Fame Committee since 1971 and served as President for four years. She has served as Chairman of the Bowler's Recognition Dinner and as a member of that committee many times. She's instrumental in starting the Women's Year End Average and Record's Book and serving as chairman several times. Served on State Credentials Committee three years and State Nominating Committee one year. Served as delegate to both State and National conventions numerous times. Attended many Jamborees and Leadership Training Seminars. Starting bowling in 1959 at Sibley Bowl in a mixed doubles league. Has a high series of 683, high game of 278 and high average of 189. Member of St. Paul Women's Bowling Association Team champions in 1983, tied for the St. Paul City All Events title in 1983, won the St. Paul 600 Club tournament in 1972 and won the scratch division of the Minnesota 600 Club tournament in 1979. Member of the St. Cloud Fraulein Kegler Team champions in the 1960's and won the Mixed Doubles title at Sam's in Hudson, WI. Receive the Virginia Pechacek Memorial Award (High Series St. Paul City team event) in 1983. Earned St. Paul All City Team honors for the 1973-74 season and St. Paul All City Second Team twice for the 1983-84 and 1984-85 season.

Last Updated : Oct-26-2020