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Bowling alley compiles, sells cookbook to help pay for scholarships

8:50 PM, Dec. 28, 2012
Dale's Weston Lanes is selling a cookbook that is being used as a fundraiser for a scholarship established to honor Jason Elliott, who was killed in a car crash in 1995. He was the son of Joyce and Dale Elliott, owners of Weston Lanes. Four of Jason's relatives pose with cookbooks at the bowling alley: Sarah Dickinson, Weston, sister; Diane Matsche, Weston, aunt; Joyce Elliott, Weston, mother; and Dawn Kluever, Schofield, aunt.
Dale's Weston Lanes is selling a cookbook that is being used as a fundraiser for a scholarship established to honor Jason Elliott, who was killed in a car crash in 1995. He was the son of Joyce and Dale Elliott, owners of Weston Lanes. Four of Jason's relatives pose with cookbooks at the bowling alley: Sarah Dickinson, Weston, sister; Diane Matsche, Weston, aunt; Joyce Elliott, Weston, mother; and Dawn Kluever, Schofield, aunt.
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A bowling alley known for giving back to the community has created a cookbook with the help of its league bowlers to honor one of its own and boost a memorial scholarship fund.

In 1995, Jason Elliott died in an auto crash on his way home from a bowling tournament at Dale's Weston Lanes. After his death, his parents, Dale and Joyce Elliott, owners of the bowling alley, started a memorial scholarship to keep their son's name alive in the community.

Each year, Weston Lanes donates $4,000 to the scholarship fund, but this year, the Elliott family created a cookbook to raise more money and help more ...

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