Lynne Vonderohe’s daughter has cerebral palsy, which limits her entertainment activity options.
So her concern to make more activities available for her daughter led her to approach Darlene Olson and Michele Olson, owner and manager, respectively, of the Rose Bowl, about starting a bowling league for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
“There weren’t a lot of activities that (Nicole) could participate in,” Vonderohe said.
Ramps-n-Rollers bowling league was established at the Rose Bowl in March 2009. The league bowls from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturdays in six-week sessions year-round. Individuals from age 5 and up may participate in,” Vonderohe said.
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