Lady bowlers raise $2000 for Ronald McDonald House

On Tuesday, October 24 we hosted the Ronald McDonald House Charity Day. 

We had 60 bowlers on The Ron Worboys and Harry Traves greens on a beautiful sunny day.

The uniform of the day was "bright colours" and there were a number of Ronald characters roaming over the greens.

President Betty Jenkins presented a cheque for $2000 to Catherine Nowlan, the general manager of Orange Hospital for the Ronald McDonald House. 

This money was raised on the day with teams from Cowra, Forbes, Grenfell, Manildra, Orange and Parkes participating.

Winners on the day were the Forbes team of Jan Waugh, Annette Tisdell and Annie Walker. 

The runners up Maureen Miller, Merilyn Rodgers and Cherie Frame from Parkes.

Lucky numbers were won by Joice McNaught, Leanne Stevenson and Jill Messenger (Canowindra), Cherie Frame (Parkes) and Dawn Parker (Parkes Railway Diggers). 

Raffles were won by Jenny Daley, Betty Jenkins, Sue Slattery and Joe Davies (Canowindra). 

The spider was won by Christine Pickard (Canowindra).

A terrific day of friendship and camaraderie were had by all the bowlers and president Betty thanked her bowlers for their help especially the kitchen staff of Dianne Mooney, Radka Tatterson, Ellen Petty and Sandy McDonald.