Bowling Bash: Lewis and Clark Community College Strikes Up Fun and Community Connections 

Pins Falling

By: Katie Loethen 

On April 4th Lewis and Clark Community College held an event at the local Bowl Haven Lanes. The atmosphere was filled with people talking, laughing and the crashing of the pins in the bowling lanes. The event brought together students, faculty, and community members for an evening of fun. 

The event, organized by the college, aimed to give a sense of community and provide an opportunity for individuals to unwind and connect outside of the classroom. 

As attendees entered the bowling alley, the air was filled with chatter and the sound of bowling balls striking the pins. Laughter echoed throughout the venue as participants engaged in friendly competition and cheered each other on. 

“I think it’s a really good opportunity for Lewis and Clark Community College to come together and foster a stronger sense of community,” said Andrew Vincent, a teacher’s aide for CFL. 

For many students like Willow Moros, the event provided not only entertainment but also a chance to interact with a diverse array of individuals.  

“It’s really fun, and I’m enjoying beating Braydon at bowling, but there are so many more people here than I expected, and they’re all so interesting,” Moros shared. 

Sean Hill, Dean of Student Support Services Student Engagement, expressed delight at the turnout and enthusiasm at the event.  

“We are extraordinarily pleased with the turnout, and we’ve never had this many people show up to the event,” said Hill. “People seem to be having fun and enjoying themselves, and we’re glad that we’re able to bring people together.”  

The success of the bowling night underscored the significance of fostering connections and building community within the college environment. Events like these serve as invaluable opportunities for students, faculty, and community members to come together, unwind, and forge bonds beyond academic pursuits. 



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Katie is pursuing an Associate of Arts Degree and is planning on graduating in Spring 2025.
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