Creative Roll

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Melissa Parr of Jasper bowled through the legs of two teammates, daughter Savanna, 15, and Kayla Goad of Jasper, during the Super Strikes bowlathon Saturday at Eastown Recreation Center in Jasper. The fundraiser for Mentors for Youth of Dubois County also was held April 13.

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Corbin Hurt of Dubois, 8, left, his brother Tanner, 10, Will Burch of Washington, 10, Logan Mehringer of Dubois, 10, lying down, and Tucker Neukam of Dubois, 10, messed around with bowling balls at Eastown Recreation Center in Jasper before the start of their bowling match during the Super Strikes bowlathon, a fundraiser for Mentors for Youth of Dubois County, Saturday.

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Missy Schwenk of Jasper helped her son Eli, 1, push a bowling ball down the lane during the Super Strikes bowlathon at Eastown Recreation Center in Jasper on Saturday. The event was a fundraiser for Mentors for Youth of Dubois County.



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