GHRL June News
Once again, it is time for a change of seasons! This one is one of the best—everything is green, the flowers are blooming and there is plenty of daylight. Now, if only the rain would quit over the weekends.
Two Easter Egg Hunts
GHRL sponsored two Easter Egg Hunts on Palm Sunday, April 14. They took place at SS. Peter & Paul in Minersville, PA and St. John the Baptist in Lansford, PA. Thanks to the Home Office for the Fraternal Grants and the give-a-ways.
Hollywood, Here We Come
The after Easter casino trip was to Hollywood Casino on Sunday, April 28. The bus ride included door prizes and give-a-ways. Thanks to the GCU for the Fraternal Grant and the goodies. A few of the attendees were lucky enough to come back with a little bit more than they started with—that is always a good thing.
No-Tap Blind Doubles
The annual No-Tap Blind Doubles bowling tournament was held on Saturday, May 4 at Bowl-Arena. Attendance was on the low side, but all that participated had a great time and enjoyed the dinner buffet at Bonanza. Prizes were distributed to the winners and again thanks to the staff at Bowl-Arena for setting up the tournament and to the Home Office for the Fraternal Grant, tote bags and bag clips.
The GCU bowling league concluded its fall season on Wednesday, May 1. Congratulations to the winning team of Claire Kaschak, Carolyn Koscuk, Mary Ellen Fichter and John Moyer. The banquet was held on Wednesday, May 15 at Top of the 80's restaurant—prize money was distributed to all the winners. The league’s re-organizational meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 28 at 6:30 PM at Bowl-Arena.
Second Quarter Meeting
The second quarter meeting of GHRL was held on Sunday, May 5 in SS. Peter & Paul BC Church hall in Minersville. Discussions were held to make donations to several individuals and plans were made to help at Holy Annunciation Monastery for Helping Hands Day.
Junior Bowling Tournament
The GHRL Junior Bowling tournament was held on Sunday, May 19 with 25 bowlers enjoying bowling, refreshments and prizes. Trophies were awarded and all participants received a wooden bowling pin with their high score written on them. Once again thanks to all at Bowl-Arena who help set up the tournament and to the volunteers who help keep score and keep the children in line on the lanes.