Seven people were recently inducted into the Hall of Fame of the 2,373-member Greater Bloomington Bowling Association.
Those inducted for meritorious service were Bloomington's Donna Roeske and Chris Reck and Clinton's Terri Williams-Teutsch.
Normal's George Bradford and Bloomington's Robert Brimm were inducted for dedication to the sport. Bloomington's Martha Hunter was inducted as a "star of yesteryear."
Rounding out the inductees was Hudson's Carla Dicken for service and promotions to the WBA and youth.
Roeske began bowling in Flanagan more than 40 years ago in the Girls Athletic Association.
Reck took up bowling in Michigan 35 years ago. Her career high game is 267 and her best series is 653.
Williams-Teutsch began bowling at Bloomington's Oakland Bowl and has gone on to participate in 15 national tournaments.
Bradford has bowled for 50 years beginning in the Circle Lanes Junior League. He has bowled 300 three times and competed in 24 national tournaments.
Brimm, who also got his start at Oakland Bowl, won the singles division of the BBA Tournament in 2001 and has twice bowled 300.
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Hunter, a bowler for 50 years, posted a high game of 254 and a high series of 598.
Dicken started bowling in 1972 at Circle Lanes. In 1999, she became director of one of the state's largest youth programs at Pheasant Lanes.
Normal's Deborah Skinner and Heyworth's Samantha Thompson received college scholarships from the Corn Belt USBC Youth Association for their service and participation in promoting youth bowling.