Bowling for Great Fun and a Great Cause

May 26, 2016
On Saturday, April 16, Hancock Health took on Ninestar in a bowling competition, with proceeds benefiting Hancock Hope House. Needless to say, our team left no pin standing and handily beat their opponents by nearly 200 pins!

The Hancock Hope House exists to serve the homeless residents of Hancock, Henry, Rush and Shelby counties. Established in 1991, the Hope House has been serving the homeless men, women and family units of these counties for the past 24 years. For more information or to donate, visit online at

Representing the Hancock Health Bowling Team – and proudly displaying our newly won traveling trophy – is (left to right): Brian “Sir Strikes A Lot” Petrey, Tammy “Strike Queen” Strunk, Steve “Strike Force” Long, (hiding behind Steve) Theresa “Parnelli Jones” Lueder, Marc “The Stache” Petrey, Sarah “Brainiac” Brains, Pat “Smash Pins” Smits and Tim “Pin Crusher” Livesay.

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