Cecil Harford USBC Association

1016 Young Ave

Bel Air Md, 21014-1870   

410-836-9297

Association # 86494

"Meritorious Service"

 

 

 

 

 

Barbara Klem has been a member of the Harford County Women's Bowling Association for 26 years. A member of the Board of Directors for 17 years, she was elected as a Director in 1981, elected as Sgt. At Arms in 1986, and elected Second Vice President in 1990 and still holds that office today. In all her 17 years on the Board she missed only two meetings.
 
Barbara's committee work included almost all endeavors of the association. She has been Chairman of Legislation, Hall of Fame Selection, Minute Review, Average Book. and Awards Distribution. She was a member of Auditing, Nominating, Finance and Budget, Secretary of the Year, and Ways and Means.

 

As chairman and only member of the Awards Distribution committee Barbara has given out all of our awards to our members since 1989.

 

As chairman of the Cheek In committee for our local tournaments for the last 10 years Barbara has greeted and assigned lanes to the bowlers as our good will ambassador.

 

 

When we hosted the MD State events in 1987,1993 and 1997 she was also there al the helm of the Check In committee. She also helped in auditing and score keeping whenever needed.

 
Elected as a Delegate to the Maryland State Annual Meeting at least 10 years, Barbara attended and contributed to the HCWBA welfare each time.
In 1987 she was a member of the Maryland State Workshop committee and was hostess chairman for the Maryland State Seniors Tournament. In 1993 she served on the Maryland State Opening Ceremonies committee.
 
In 1987 she was a member of the Maryland State Workshop committee and was hostess chairman for the Maryland State Seniors Tournament. In 1993 she served on the Maryland State opening Ceremonies committee.
Barbara belongs to the local5ll0 Club, 6llll Club al1lllhe National 600 Club. In the leagues she has held all offices except secretary and served on all league committees.
 
With two children of her own, Barbara grew interested in the Youth Bowling Program. She took the course and became a Certified Youth Instructor and was a Junior Coach at Harford Lanes for five years.
 
Barbara promoted bowling and tournaments for three years as our mascot "Mally". She even rode the fire truck. as Mally in one of the Christmas Street parades in Aberdccn.
 
For her dedication, time, and devotion to the Harford County Women's Bowling Association we are proud to induct Barbara into our Hall of Fame.