of The Metro Bowler. The Metro
Bowler has been involved with "all aspects" of bowling in St. Paul (in
addition to the rest of Minnesota) since the 1975-76 bowling season.
This newspaper has helped promote most bowling activities including
local, city, state and national bowling tournaments since 1975.
The Metro Bowler has been an active partner in the Bowlers Recognition
Dinner, fundraising activities for two ABC Presidential inaugural galas (Bovitz
and Tessman), St. Paul Masters, St. Paul Mixed Tournaments, St. Paul Senior
Tournaments, and the men's and women's St. Paul "City" Tournaments.
This newspaper has given the St. Paul Bowling Associations and
proprietors weekly access to its members and has never missed a deadline.
the twenty-six years since its inception, over 850 issues have reached the
bowlers of St. Paul providing its readers with the information they seek.
The Metro Bowler has given recognition to tens of thousands of St. Paul
men, women, juniors and seniors for high games, high series and other noteworthy
accomplishments on the lanes. The
print used to cover the issues in the first twenty-six years if stacked and put
into the space of a regulation size basketball court (46 ft. x 85 ft.), would
reach almost 19 feet high or over 1.5 stories!
Became a staff member of The Metro Bowler the second year of its
existence. Since then, she has been
a typesetter, done much of the writing, editing, key lining, selling, and
delivery of the newspaper. A member
of the Minneapolis Women's Hall of Fame in the Superior Performance category.
She is currently owner of West Side Lanes.
Last Updated : Jan-01-2013