The Annual Meeting of the Chicagoland USBC is coming up in April 2019.
To submit a resume for an Officer/Director position click HERE.
To submit a resume for a National/State Delegate position click HERE.
To read the minutes of the April 29, 2018 Annual Meeting of the Chicagoland USBC click HERE.
We will be voting on a proposed Bylaw change at the meeting. The Chicagoland USBC Board of Directors we amend our Bylaws to read: Option 1. Officers are elected by a majority vote of the board from among the current Directors, unless state laws mandate otherwise.
This proposed change would put us in line with how USBC National runs elections, as well as the majority of the larger Associations in the Country.
Welcome to the Chicagoland USBC
The Chicagoland USBC Association was officially launched May 1, 2006 as recognized by the United States Bowling Congress. The Association currently services over 20,000 USBC members in the Chicagoland area, and over 40 bowling centers.
The United States Bowling Congress officially launched January 1, 2005, as the organization to serve amateur adult and youth bowlers in the United States. It resulted from the merger of the American Bowling Congress, Women's International Bowling Congress, Young American Bowling Alliance, and USA Bowling. Today, USBC serves more than 2.6 million members.
USBC is the National Governing Body for bowling as recognized by the United States Olympic Committee.
USBC Mission: The USBC is the National Governing Body for Bowling. Our mission is to provide services, resources and the standards for the sport.
USBC Vision: Our vision is to continue to be the leading authority to the sport, servicing the needs of bowling.
USBC Promise: Our promise is to celebrate the past, be mindful of the present and ensure bowling’s future through thoughtful research, planning and delivery.
USBC Association #: 82000
To view a copy of our Bylaws please click HERE
On December 27, 2017 Chicagoland USBC presented a check to the BVL (Bowling to Veteran's Link) for $5,000. The majority of these funds were raised through our charity tournament held in August of 2017. Since 1942, BVL has worked to identify programs and services to brighten the days and boost the spirits of our recuperating service men and women. BVL provides the ‘extras’ not funded by the government which help speed recuperation and improve morale. Some of our programs, like our annual VA/BVL Veterans Bowling Tournament, are decades-old traditions (now in it’s 71st year), while others, like our “Welcome Home: We Salute You” events and Project Military Music, were just recently launched. We pride ourselves on identifying the needs of our veterans and providing programs to fill those needs in a cost efficient and effective manner. As an association we are proud to help fund such valuable programs.
Ever wonder how your local association completes a lane inspection? This short video outlines the process and tools needed to properly conduct a bowling center lane inspection per the current USBC specifications.
If you missed the league officers workshop, or would like to review the information here is the PowerPoint that was presented.
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