The Hall of Horrors Night with all your BOAC friends was a Success!
We had a sold-out event on Friday, January 27 Bowl from 6-10 PM
THANK YOU, BOAC, FOR THE FUN-FILLED NIGHT!
BOAC’s 2023 BOWLING EVENT has become an annual favorite and was once again an evening filled with incredible people, lots of fun, great food, and lots of games and prizes!
Thank you to all who attended this Building Operators Association of Colorado’s sold-out fundraiser for Courageous Faces Foundation. Your fun-loving participation in Bowl for Dollars will help Courageous Faces continue to improve the quality of life for people with rare medical conditions and bring joy to several of our “Champions” who came and joined in the celebration.
THANK YOU TO THE ENTIRE BOAC TEAM for your generous support!
BEST INDIVIDUAL DRESSED TO THE THEME
The Holy Mother.
Kellie Cobb, Asbestos Abatement Vendor Member ALM Abatements, and BOAC Executive Secretary.
BEST LANE DRESSED TO THE THEME
Denver Commercial Property Services (DCPS), Palace & ALM’s BOAC Orphanage of Horrors! Property of BOAC for sure, these lanes came together with the force that was reckoned with!
Great job to all the fun orphans and bowlers at this fun annual event!
Proceeds benefit Courageous Faces. On this night, we did something amazing for our friends at Courageous Faces. Take a look!
Click on the Vimeo Link for a message from Courageous Faces! https://vimeo.com/838651458
Years in the past…
The best gift of the night was having Courageous Faces a part of the fun and seeing their Champions bowl beside us, some for the first time.
On Behalf of the Bowling Committee, the State and Denver Board of Directors, Thank You for being there!
Words can’t express the joy created for the Champions on a night they will never forget. On Behalf of Courageous Faces, Thank you, BOAC!
Thank you to everyone who supported this fun event and participated! We made a huge difference and was able to provide Courageous Faces with a $5,000 donation at the March meeting!
Best Supporting Famous (Dead) Crew, Wayne Self as (Ricky) Desi Arnaz, and Kim Lewis as (Ethel) Vivian Vance!
We didn’t pack the place like we did last year, but those who were there will tell you how much fun was had and how much CASH they walked away with! Lots of contests and some extremely creative guests show up Friday, April 30th! BOAC’s Best Masked Individual came straight out of a movie! Congratulations Nick Jennings, at TRS for being so suave in your maskerade ways!
Our best-masked team and theme went to Palace & ALM Abatement! They brought bikini-bowling to a whole new level of fun without the sun!
At the May education meeting, we invited our event beneficiary, Courageous Faces to join us. Their mission is one that is often overlooked, but not by BOAC!
Not only did we surprise them with a Five Thousand Dollar donation from the bowling event, but there was an additional donation at the meeting from one of our leading engineer members! We made a BIG difference to the lives of the champions they serve.
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Relive the fun times of January 2020, scroll on down. Without a doubt, when BOAC members and guests get together, great things happen.
Everyone turned out on Friday, January 24th to celebrate!!
The Guests Dressed to the Decades and definitely did it right! The trivia and bowl-off’s were again a hit amongst the bowlers, but the BOAC bingo-bowling was by far the most anticipated! We had 6 winners who had to trust or question their winning pot. It was the ultimate challenge that paid off!
Congratulations to the Best Themed Bowlers!!
Best Dressed! We had 3 who stepped it up and took home the gold! Congratulations Stefanie Horner of ATS, Mike Larkin of Larkin and Assoc. and Best Runner Up Amy Watters of Larkin and Assoc.!
The Best Themed Decade Lane took us back to the 80’s with the look and all the accessories to go with it! Congratulations Jennifer Esgro of Palace Construction!!
Proceeds from this event will benefit The River Deep Foundation. Dedicated to helping military veterans and other individuals who have experienced physical, emotional or psychological trauma—and those who assist them—to heal and re-engage in life through adventure, recreation and a network of support.http://www.riverdeepfoundation.org/
If you took pictures that night please send them to us to add to the gallery! Email to: [email protected]