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Longtime bowler Donna Rumley was inducted into the Soldotna-Kenai Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the opening ceremonies of the 50th annual Women's State tournament, which was held at Alaskalanes.
Between 500 and 600 bowlers will converge on the central Kenai Peninsula over the course of the next three weekends for the 40th Alaska Women's Bowling Association Tournament.
Congratulations first goes to Donna Rumley. Donna was inducted into the Soldotna-Kenai Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame at the opening ceremonies of the 50th Annual Women's State Championship Tournament, which is being held at Alaskalanes.
Shalynda Daigle, the two-time Alaska Youth Scholarship Tournament champion, was named youth bowler of the year by the Soldotna-Kenai Women's Bowling Association at the 50th Annual Women's State Tournament.
Lifelong Alaska resident Mrs. Marietta "Etta" Joan Peterson-Curtis, 72, died Monday, Feb. 1, 2010, at her home in Soldotna from lung cancer with her family by her side.
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