The 17th Annual Raisin Open is April 27-28, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. The tournament is open to all bowlers age 50 years and older as of April 1, 2019 that are regular league bowlers at the Illinois Valley Super Bowl. Click here to view/print the enty blank.
We are once again participating in the Kids Bowl Free program spring/summer 2019.
If you would like to be notified when registration is open for a Spring and Summer Fun Bowling Pass for 2 FREE games of bowling a day! Go to www.KidsBowlFree.com/IVSuperBowl. When you are notified that registration opens it’s easy as 1, 2, 3 to sign up your child(ren).
1. Go to the website above to register each child.
2. Receive the free bowling passes every week by email.
3. Come and enjoy free bowling all spring and summer.
As a participant last year, Illinois Valley Super Bowl and a school with children that signed up for the program won a $1000 prize in a random drawing. The lucky school program was Waltham School District 185.
Part-time janitor/cleaner. Must be willing to work nights and weekends.
Tasks include, but not limited to:
Sweep and mop floors.
Clean and service restrooms with mops and disinfectants.
Empty trash receptacles and replace liners.
Clean glass entrance doors.
Job Requirements: At least 21 years old.
Apply online by clicking here.
I.V. Super Bowl held the Fall Youth Scholarship Tournament Saturday December 29, 2018. The winners in each age division earned scholarship money that may be used for higher education. Bumper winner is Barrett Franklin ($75). The top three (age 11 and under) 1st Karmen Piano ($300.00), 2nd Josie Greenwalt ($200.00), 3rd Nick Edgcomb ($100.00); (12 and over) 1st Landon Bauer ($300.00), 2nd Kennedy Pelzer ($200.00), 3rd Jase Studer ($100.00)..
Kenny Calkins, III, 32 of Des Moines, Iowa is no longer searching for his first Regional PBA title this year. Sunday, September 2 he earned the honor of 1st Place in the Illinois Valley Midwest Classic at Illinois Valley Super Bowl. Calkins captured the title and earned $2,000 for his efforts by averaging 219.13 over 16 games. He finished the Qualifying Round in 11th place while averaging 220.86 over 7 games. In 5 games in the Round Robin he moved up to 5th place with a 213.42 average over 12 games. He moved up to 4th place in the Round Robin position round providing him the opportunity to compete in the Stepladder Rounds. Kenny beat Nate Stubler (4th Place - $650.00) 221-214 in the first Stepladder Round. He then beat defending champion AJ Johnson (3rd Place - $800) 236 - 228 in the semi-finals. He notched the title by beating Sean Rash (2nd Place ($1,100) in the title match 254 - 214. There were participants from 9 states.
Winners of the youth Pro Am Tournament held Saturday, September 1, 2018 were: 12 and over division - 1st Place Landen Miller, 2nd Place Matt Jacobson and 11 and under division - 1st Place Kaitlyn Miller.
Tournament sponsors include: La Salle State Bank, City of Peru, Ebonite, Classic Products, Toedter Oil, Western Bowling Proprietors Insurance, U.S. House of Representatives Congressman Adam Kinzinger, Illinois State Senator Sue Rezin, Illinois House of Representatives Member Jerry Long, Fran Szott Flooring, Walmart Distribution Center and Spring Creek Golf Course.