A HUGE SUCCESS!
THANK YOU EVERY SPONSOR
THANK YOU EVERY AUCTION DONOR
THANK YOU EVERY BOWLER & ATTENDEE
We are so very grateful for the support of some of the most respected
community-minded area businesses. Thank you.
History of 9 Tap Bowling Tournament
2018 4th Annual
On December 8, 2018, the Nelson Family Foundation hosted its fourth 9 Pin Tap Bowling Tournament at Tom Foolerys Amusement Park inside Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells, WI. It was an amazing event. The outpouring of community support to help further the Foundation’s Mission to improve the lives of individuals in the communities we serve through health and education initiatives, was nothing shy of spectacular!
More to follow…just sharing some of the pictures and appreciation right away!
2017 3rd Annual
On December 9, 2017, the Nelson Family Foundation hosted their third 9 Pin Tap Bowling Tournament, at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI. Guests enjoyed an array of outstanding foods as they bowled for a great cause. Thanks to the continuing generous contributions of bowlers through lane sponsorship, silent auction items, 50/50 raffles and other donations, The Nelson Family Foundation exceeded last years record achievement. An ENORMOUS THANK YOU for all the Sponsors, Contributors and folks both in front of and behind the scenes. We (and those who will be receiving grants this year) are forever grateful!
2016 2nd Annual
On November 5, 2016, our second tournament was an even bigger success! Thanks to the generous contributions of bowlers through lane sponsorship, silent auction items, 50/50 raffle and other donations. The Nelson Family Foundation exceeded last years achievement. Thank you!
2015 INAUGURAL Nelson Family Foundation 9 Pin Tap Bowling Tournament
On November 14, 2015, guests noshed on an assortment of delectable foods while bowling the afternoon away for a great cause. Thanks to the generous contributions of bowlers through lane sponsorship, silent auction, 50/50 raffle and other donations, This one day event raised close to $23,000. And Grants were awarded through the Foundation's inaugural grant cycle at the end of 2015.