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This Week - shelley moore


My name is Shelley Moore.  I was born in Grand Marais, MN and lived there until we moved to Grand Junction, CO in 1981.  Minnesota is where I first started bowling at a house that only had 4 lanes….yes four lanes, sad to say but it has gone from a bowling alley to a nightclub to now a thrift store.  I continued my bowling journey when we moved to Grand Junction and participated in youth leagues and now adult leagues at Orchard Mesa Lanes with no breaks from youth to adult leagues.  My husband and I took over the OM Youth league and ran the largest youth league in the state of Colorado for over 15 years.  It was truly a joy to do and we even had youth bowlers that started with us bring their kids to join the youth league…..that is when you know you have done it for a long time.  My son aged out of the youth league and we still continued to run the league for MANY years after that because the interaction with the kids and parents was so rewarding.  We no longer run the youth league and while we miss it, it is nice to have the extra time to do other things on the weekends.

I have served on the Colorado State board for 7+ years now and am on my third term.  Running the annual State Youth tournament and watching the kids grow and evolve in the sport has been truly amazing and I feel lucky that I am able to do this.  I serve on many committees on the Colorado State USBC and have learned so much over the years from all of our board members about the sport of bowling and what it take to be on these committees and make decisions for bowlers in the State of Colorado.   I may not be as passionate about my bowling as some of them but I do love serving on the board and representing the youth of Colorado.

I also serve on our local Mesa County Association here in Grand Junction and have served since it was still considered YABA.  Many changes on the local and state level have occurred and we continue to grow and learn and pass along all of this to the youth and their parents.

I have worked at our local television stations KREX/KFQX and KGJT now for 33 years and 2022 will be 34 years, once I start something I generally stick with it for quite some time, so I hope to be able to continue to serve on the Colorado State Board and our local association board for years to come.  Thank you for voting me in and allowing me to serve the bowlers of Colorado.

Upcoming Tournaments:

Pepsi Regionals

Pepsi Entry Form
Colorado Youth Generations

Western:  March 5, 6 2022  ~  Thunder Rolls

Metro:  March 12, 13 2022  ~  Centennial Lanes

South:  March 19, 20 2022  ~  King Pin Lanes

Pepsi State - April 9, 2022  ~  Coal Creek


67th Annual Colorado Women's Classified
Classified Entry Form

April 2, 3 - 9, 10 - 23, 24 - 30, May 1st 2022

Sweetheart Lanes - Team ~ Highland Park Lanes Double & Singles


69th Annual Open Handicap 
Open Entry Form

May 7, 8 - 14, 15 - 21, 22 - 28, 29 & June 4, 5 2022

Crown Lanes - Team  ~ Bowlero Lakewood Doubles & Singles


2022 Colorado State USBC Youth Tournament
Youth Tournament Entry Form

May 7, 8 - 14, 15 2022

Bowlero Westminster

67th annual ladies classified

April 2,3 - 9,10 - 23,24 - 30 & May 1 2022

Entry Form

Sweetheart Lanes - Team 
2320 N Lincoln Ave. * Loveland, CO 80538
(970) 667-3510
Higland Park Lanes - Doubles & Singles
1900 59th Ave * Greeley, CO  80634
(970) 330-2695

69th Annual Open Handicap

May 7,8 - 14,15 - 21,22 - 28,29 & June 4,5 2022

Crown Lanes - Team
2325 So. Federal Blvd * Denver, CO  80219
Bowlero Lakewood - Doubles & Singles
945 S. Kipling Pkwy * Lakewood, CO  80226

Entry Form



2022 Colorado State USBC Youth Tournament

May 7,8 - 14,15 2022

Bowlero Westminster
9150 Harlan St * Westminster, CO  80030

Entry Form

Forms will also be sent out to last year’s team captains.
If there are any further questions, please contact us.
We are always willing to assist the bowlers in our state.


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