Windsor Wealth was challenged to a bowling tournament last week. Our friends at BatesCarter & Company, the CPA’s, and our lawyer friends at Stewart, Melvin & Frost, LLP battled for bragging rights. All three groups agreed to also help raise money for the Special Olympics of Hall County during the bowling tournament. The winner would donate $100, second place would donate $200, and third place would donate $300. The winning team also would get to keep the coveted giant bowling ball trophy for an entire year.
The D&J team consisted of John Lilly III, Christina Jones, Chance Jones, Bobbie Denton, Anne Michele Lilly and John Lilly IV. The team was short on talent but high in spirits for the competition. John Lilly III came into the tournament thinking he could carry the team. This thought went into the gutter after he could only knock down one pin in his first effort of the night. Chance Jones proved to be our best player, but he ended up being the best worst bowler. Christina had several balls go four feet before they rolled into the gutter. Bobbie was also consistent but was also bowling ball challenged. Poor John Lilly IV had his first ball slip out of his hand and go bouncing backward! And Anne Michele Lilly laughed at it all!
So, the D&J team came in third on the night, and we gladly made our donation to the wonderful folks at the Hall County special Olympics. BatesCarter& Company won the tournament for the second year in a row while retaining the big trophy.
Raymond James Financial Services is not affiliated with BatesCarter & Company or Stewart, Melvin & Frost, LLP