Pat Kollman

Pat Kollman has been a GCJBA coach since 1967 and has loved every minute of it.  Over the years she has served on the junior board and is currently Vice President.  For 6 years she taught a class of autistic children for the Special Olympics.  After all these years of teaching, she still enjoys doing […]

Tommy Jordan

Over twenty-five years ago the Anderson YABA recruited a dedicated volunteer, Tommy Jordan.  During this time he served as a youth coach and for the past 19 years Tommy has served on the Anderson YABA Board of Directors.  For the past 5 years, Tommy has been the Anderson YABA Association’s President and before that he […]

Jim C. Hawkins

Jim is a very personable, outgoing, promoter and leader dedicated to the sport of bowling.  His energy, enthusiasm and creativity in coming up with new ideas in getting people interested in bowling has been outstanding.   Jim was instrumental in starting Junior Scholarship programs for the Greenville Bowling Association and the S.C. Junior Scholarship Funds.  […]

Ruby Gantenbein

Ruby Gantenbein a caring, giving woman was selected to the SCSYABA Hall of Fame in 1996 after serving as YABA Director for over 20 years and a YABA Board Member for 22 years, along with serving on many different committees.  She has received Coach of the Year Award for 10 years and she has spent […]

Dorothy Collins

The journey in youth bowling for Dorothy Collins started in 1961 in Fort Campbell, Kentucky and continues in South Carolina.  However, in between these two locations Dot has shared her love of the game and children in Babenhausen and Augsburg, Germany; and Fort Riley and Salina, Kansas.  She has served as a director, President, 1st […]

Elsie Bobst

Born a farm girl in Indiana on August 27, 1913, Elsie Bobst became a major force in Greenville WBA bowling!   Elsie went to a one room schoolhouse for her first 4 years of schooling.  He second 4 years, she attended school in a small town.  During her final 4 years she graduated from Greenfield […]

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