Bowling in a youth league is an opportunity to learn a lifetime sport and improve your physical skills as well as develop teamwork and leadership abilities. In addition, you may have a chance to earn scholarships each year to be used for your college education. It is not necessary to have all of the skills needed to bowl, if you are willing to learn them. Youth bowling will allow you to make new friends and have a lot of fun and a great time while doing so. Most of the centers in Houston offer a youth program. Contact a bowling center in your area to find out about youth league information.
|Sandy Little (Chair)||Eva Marron|
|Cheryl Money (Recording Secretary)||Cearstyn McGhee|
|Susan Hancock||Anthony Propeck|
|Lou Ann Medbury||Chloe Sharp|
Telephone:713-874-1277 - Fax:713-524-3186 - eMail:ghusbc @ bowlhouston.com
Honoring Youth and Adults Throughout the Years
The Greater Houston USBC has had many of our bowlers and volunteers recognized for a variety of achievements over the years. Click the links for the list of Houston bowlers selected for Local, State and National Recognition.
< Local, State & National Recognition> < GHUSBC Youth Bowlers of the Year>
Curwen-Guidry-Blackburn Scholarship Fund
The Southern Bowling Congress is proud to support the future of bowling, our youth bowlers. To aid them in their education, the SBC has established the Jacques Curwen/Jay Guidry/ Bill Blackburn Scholarship Fundand is offering a one year $750 scholarship to the college of their choice. To date, we have distributed over $106,000.00 in scholarships to deserving youths to assist in furthering their education. This scholarship is available to any senior youth bowler, male or female, in our member states provided they meet the requirements. More info is available < HERE>.