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Delaware Senior Olympics Bowling finals were held in October at Brunswick Doverama, Dover, DE

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Pete McKay

Coordinator Information

Peter McKay Bowling Coordinator

Peter McKay was born in Philadelphia, Pa.

He spent 23 years in the US Army. Upon retiring from the Army, he worked for RCA in Baltimore, MD. He moved to New England as a missionary with The Navigators, an interdenominational Christian organization ministering to men and women in the military. He served as a missionary in Japan for 14 years. Returned to the US and ministered to soldiers at Ft Sill, Oklahoma for 10 years.

Pete moved to Delaware in 1991 as a missionary with The Navigators to minister at Dover AFB. He is currently involved with The Navigator ministry at Dover AFB in a semi-retired state.

Pete has been married to his wife, Hana, for 57 years. They have 4 adult children. They are all married, one living in NJ, two in Virginia and one in Colorado. Pete and Hana have 9 grandchildren.

He has been active as a bowler most of his adult life. He has been serving as the DSO coordinator for bowling for the past 5 years.

Bowling competition for the Senior Olympics involves 3 categories: Singles (Men & Women); Doubles (Men & Women); Mixed Doubles (1 Man & 1 Woman). Bowlers compete within their own age group (50-54, 55-59, 60-64, etc). Singles competition will be held on a Tuesday, Doubles on Wednesday, and Mixed Doubles on Thursday. Games will be held in September/October annually with specific dates to be announced in advance. Each bowler bowls 3 games. Standings are based on series scores of the 3 games. Handicap is not used as bowlers are competing within their own age group.

Two preliminary tournaments are conducted, 1 in the northern part of Delaware and the other in the southern part. All registered bowlers will bowl in one of the preliminary tournaments of your choosing. Finals are held in mid Delaware. The top six preliminary bowling scores in each age category qualify for the finals.

Upon completion of the finals, medals are awarded to the winners in each age group; Gold for first place, Silver for second place, Bronze for third place, and Copper for fourth place. Qualifying bowlers will be able to compete in the National Senior Games held every other year.

CONTACT INFO: Phone: 302-538-6295

Email: petehana@comcast.net

Training Opportunities:

AMF Bowling - Price Lanes, in Wilmington is a proud sponsor of the Delaware Senior Olympics. Senior Bowling leagues are available. Call (302) 998-8806.

Bowling2U.com lists 14 Bowling Centers in Delaware.