Canada Day Jitney a Huge Success
About 40 people came out for the July 1 Canada Day Jitney, organized by Ross Bulley. After a group picture, the singing of Oh Canada, and a Spider, three 4 end games were played of "Forehand vs Backhand Bias - Which is Easier?," "Bocce Ball Lawn Bowls," and "Where you want to be scoring Zone."
Betty Locke won the Spider; the team of Bill Younger, Vivian Bleeks, and Penny Stephenson won "Most Helpful Team"; the team of Ian Hammocks, Carol McCoy, Joan Appleton, and Lucky Thiara were the runners up; and the winning team was Sue Higbie, Penny Irvine, and Kim Ferguson. Ian and Sue's teams were tied with 35 points each but Sue won in a bowl roll-off with Ian.
Following the bowling fun, people ate their bag lunches and shared desserts, which were amazing. Our members can bowl and bake!
Betty Locke receiving the Spider prize from organizer Ross Bulley.
The Most Helpful Team of Bill Younger, Vivian Bleeks, and Penny Stephenson receive their prize.
The winning team of Sue Higbie, Penny Irvine, and Kim Ferguson with Ross Bulley.
Runner Up Team of Ian Hammocks, Carol McCoy, Joan Appleton, and Lucky Thiara.