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Civitan bowlers ready for 2014 season


Outside the weather was damp and drizzly but the bowlers were hot and ready to start their 2014 season. These bowlers are members of the Sunday league sponsored by the Civitan Club of Meriden/Wallingford. The Club also sponsors a league which meets on Friday evenings. With many returning veterans and a few rookies the Sunday league set Colony Lanes ablaze with strikes and spares and laughs and hugs.

Front row: Ryan Eno, Andrea Borchert, Rachael Chausse, and Emily Ball; back row: Matthew Sorensen, Brian Trigilio, Linda Kauffman, Patrick Woodcock, Julia Mancini, Lora Jakans and Civitan member/ Bowling Coordinator Denise Murphy.



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