November 17, 2017

John Jowdy Scholarship Awarded by Pro Bowlers Association

The John Jowdy Scholarship is an award sponsored by Pro Bowlers Association.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Average – $500
Application Deadline: 1-April
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be actively involved in bowling and have a minimum 2.5 grade point average.
Eligible for: College freshman

Awarded by:

Pro Bowlers Association
1720 Merriman Road, P.O. Box 5118
Akron, OH 44334-0118
USA
Phone: 330 836 5568
Fax: 330 836 2107
Website: http://www.pba.com

Contact Details:

Pro Bowlers Assocation

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