Bowl Pong Tournament champion team

The 2017 Bowl Pong Tournament champion team is Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce’s “The Ambassadors.” Pictured are, from left, Clint Carter, Malan Erke, Curtis Hansen, Jared VanderKooi, Chris Erke, and Shawn Barigar.

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TWIN FALLS — Interlink Volunteer Caregivers held its second annual unique fundraising event this fall. Participants were made up of four or five member teams who competed against each other, combining bowling and ping pong, to determine a tournament champion.

Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce’s team “The Ambassadors” is the 2017 Bowl Pong Tournament champion.

“Our generous community rallied behind this fun event raising funds for IVC’s cause of assisting elderly, disabled and chronically ill citizens,” stated Interlink Volunteer Caregivers executive director Edie Schab.

The competing teams and their captains included Jensen Jewelers’ “Split Happens” (Tony Prater), Jensen Jewelers’ “Who Gives a Split” (Dani-Sue Shirley), Jensen Jewelers’ “Tear-a-Bowlers” (Erik Armijo), Kanner Creek Home Design’s “Paddles N Pins” (LeRoy Harcourt), Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce’s “The Ambassadors” (Jared VanderKooi), Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce’s “The Mayor & Minors” (Shawn Barigar), Scooter’s “Chillin’-N-Grillin’” (Jeremy Sudik), First Federal’s “Kimberly Krew” (Misty Weigel), “The Pill Slingers” (Bonnie Brooks), Shoshone Family Medical Center’s “Rescuers” (Leslie Hass), and Renew’s “We Pong for Coffee” (Dr. Josh Kern).

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Many community-minded businesses and people helped as event sponsors or donated raffle prizes. O’Dunken’s owner Beverly O’Conner donated her time as the official scorekeeper. A great time was had by all attendees — those who participated and those who simply came to support IVC.

The third annual Bowl Pong Tournament will take place in November 2018. Information: 208-733-6333 or IvcSouthernIdaho.com.

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