TEAM 2010




                                                          Bowling Team
ME DePalma and Skip Monique

WE WON !!  In case you couldn't attend, or missed the rumors, ENA's bowling members recaptured the Annual Wilton Manors Neighborhood Associations bowling challenge tournament championship in 2010, with a close 4 pin win over rivals WAWM & CANA.  Congrats to all who participated.  It was a fun and friendly event as usual, so we hope you can join us next year!


Ena Bowling Team

CANA rolls to its’ first Championship

by Brett Nein, ENA President

With almost 50 bowlers representing all three Wilton Manors Neighborhood Associations in attendance, the Central Area Neighborhood Association (CANA) Team carried the day, anchored by Bill Richardson & Roy Lyons.  The tournament championship was awarded on the highest team average for a 3 game series, and CANA took this year’s trophy with a 340 average.  WAWM (West side Association of Wilton Manors) was close behind with a 319 average, with ENA (East Neighborhood Association) falling to third on a 286 average. 

This was the third year for the tournament, with ENA having won the inaugural event, and WAWM defending their championship from last year.  With this year’s results ‘in the book’ we have a tournament that has been now been won once by all three Associations.  During the event there were some fun prizes awarded each game for high and low scores, and of course some jovial taunts among the competing three teams. 

There were also awards given for individual high game & series: Tony Mincy of WAWM took the male high series at 565, while Pete Law of ENA took the male high game award at 226; and Tina Murto of ENA took both the female high series at 385, along with a high game of 143.  Thanks to everyone who participated.  This annual event hosted by ENA is now a City tradition, and is getting bigger and more fun each year.  We’ll have to wait until next August to see which Association will come back strong and begin their ‘dynasty’ rule!   Congratulations to CANA.