Darrell Rinderer, center, is the president of the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association (GCBA), and he is pictured with, from left to right, Kevin Ricke (Bingham) Tim Rutz (Highland), Larry Earnest (Vandalia) and Danny Schrempp (Mascoutah), afer the four of them were inducted into the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the Annual GCBA Bowling Banquet at Michael’s Restaurant in Highland on Saturday, Nov. 4.
Darrell Rinderer, center, is the president of the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association (GCBA), and he is pictured with, from left to right, Kevin Ricke (Bingham) Tim Rutz (Highland), Larry Earnest (Vandalia) and Danny Schrempp (Mascoutah), afer the four of them were inducted into the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the Annual GCBA Bowling Banquet at Michael’s Restaurant in Highland on Saturday, Nov. 4. Provided
Darrell Rinderer, center, is the president of the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association (GCBA), and he is pictured with, from left to right, Kevin Ricke (Bingham) Tim Rutz (Highland), Larry Earnest (Vandalia) and Danny Schrempp (Mascoutah), afer the four of them were inducted into the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the Annual GCBA Bowling Banquet at Michael’s Restaurant in Highland on Saturday, Nov. 4. Provided

Four bowlers inducted into GCBA Hall of Fame

December 01, 2017 08:37 AM

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