Annual Hwy 16 Carpet Bowling Championship in Granisle

Annual Hwy 16 Carpet Bowling Championship in Granisle

Eight teams of active seniors gathered in Granisle on June 21-22 for the seventeenth annual Hwy. 16 carpet bowling championship.

  • Jul. 13, 2016 8:00 a.m.

Eight teams of active seniors from Prince Rupert to Prince George gathered in Granisle on June 21-22 for the seventeenth annual Hwy. 16 carpet bowling championship.

First place was awarded to the Prince George team, which included Ray Andrews, Marilyn Carson, Janet Dahlberg and Barb Carson. Second place was awarded to the Prince Rupert team, which included Harvey Calder, Frank Jackson, Lynne Edwards and Sheila Keating. Third place was awarded to the Granisle team, which included Zarna Dilley, Robbie Robertson, Dave Keating and Mildred Benard.

 

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