Wii Bowling Team To Compete in Final Four
Date Posted : 04/20/2012
For the third straight year, the Silver Sliders bowling team from Cambridge House of Maryville will be competing in the Final Four of the annual statewide Supportive Living Wii Bowling Tournament hosted by the Affordable Assisted Living Coalition (AALC).The Silver Sliders qualified for the 2012 Final Four by finishing in first place in the Blue Division in both the regular season and the playoffs.Team members are Cambridge House of Maryville residents Alla Boyer, Chris Garden, Carol Evans, Sharon Hawkins, Bridgette Watson and Arlene White.Two members of team have tossed 300 games so far during the 2012 season, with Arline White doing it once and Alla Boyer twice.The Silver Sliders will be traveling up to Springfield for the Final Four competition on Monday and Tuesday, April 30 and May 1, at the Abraham Lincoln Hotel and Conference Center.In the semi-finals, the Silver Sliders will go up against the Oy Vey! team from Heritage Woods of Bolingbrook. The match is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, following the first semi-final match which pits The Prairie Pins from Prairie Living in Carbondale up against the Glenhaven Gardeners from Glenhaven Garden of Alton. The first semi-final match is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.The battle for Third Place is scheduled for 9 a.m. on Tuesday, May 1, followed by the battle for the Championship Trophy at 10:30 a.m.You can watch a live steam of the Semi-Finals and Finals by going to http://livestre.am/1nmD9The Silver Sliders of Cambridge House of Maryville was one of the 17 teams from affordable assisted living communities managed by BMA Management to qualify for the playoffs and is one of the three teams from BMA communities that are competing in the Final Four.The Silver Sliders took home the First Place trophy in 2010 and finished in fourth place last year.The AALC is a professional organization that represents affordable assisted living communities throughout the State that operate through the Illinois Supportive Living program.
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