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Highland man to be inducted into local bowling hall of fame

Bob Fischer of Highland will be one of three local men inducted into the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the organization’s 10th annual Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet, which will be held at Michael’s Restaurant in Highland on Saturday, Nov. 5.

John Bauer of Belleville and Sam Turley of Greenville will be the other two inductees.

The banquet will be a casual event held in conjunction with the awards presentation for honor scores and tournament winners for the 2015-2016 bowling season. Social hour will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the buffet dinner and program.

The Greater Carlyle Bowling Association represents 11 bowling centers including Baden Bowl in New Baden, Bartelso Bowl, Grantfork Bowl, 4th Street Lanes in Greenville, Hank’s Bowl in Trenton, Hi Top Bowl in Highland, Mascoutah Community Lanes, Poplar Junction Lanes in Highland, Salem Bowl, Vandalia Bowl, and V&H Recreation in Breese.

The public is invited with advance tickets reserved by Oct. 26 for $15 or $20 at the door. Tickets may be reserved from association manager Tim Rutz at (618) 654-9840 or by email at trutz@charter.net. All tickets will be held at the door.

Additional information on the Greater Carlyle Bowling Association is available on their website at www.greatercarlyle.com.

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