Bowling Newsletter


June 21 2008 Bowling Newsletter

Hi Everyone:

I will be experimenting with a new plan and I am asking for your help and assistance.

Instead of sending out weekly "newsletters" (that weren't really newsletters), I plan to write my articles and post them without sending out the notices that the article was posted. I will count on you to check the website every Friday to read the weekly article I wrote.

As for the Newsletter, this is where I need your help and assistance. I would like for you to send me interesting tidbits about your personal bowling accomplishments, bowling in your local area, ideas that I could develop into a full-blown article, and so forth.

The "tidbits" will be placed in a bi-monthly Newsletter and/or Forum postings; and the ideas will be turned into articles.

What do you think? Let's promote the sport we love and also start spreading the news about where you bowl. Let's also get the people in your local area or state involved with us in spreading the news. I urge you not to be modest - talk about yourself and your accomplishments - you should be proud of your bowling. Can I count on your support?

Here's the latest article from the Bowling site at

Effective League Practice Time
Taking a hint from that example, articles that I've researched, and bowling lessons I've taken, here's a simple "Choc-list" for your league or tournament practice session:

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To participate in free, fun online discussions, this site has a community forum all about Bowling located here -

I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I thrive on your feedback!

Have fun passing this message along to family and friends, because we all love free knowledge!

Clyde Higa, Bowling Editor

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