Colourful Cancer Bowls day and club to remember Cheryl Jones
Known for her sense of humour, pink bowls and love for bowls, the Chinchilla Bowls Club will now have a beautiful piece of memorabilia in honour of Cheryl Jones hanging in the club house.
On Sunday in an official presentation at the club, Condamine and District Ladies Bowling Association president Margy Read presented the Jones family and the Chinchilla Bowls club with the framed memorabilia.
Cheryl Jones was a member of the district and represented the district 13 years. She was there at the very beginning and and a member of the original team.
"You could also rely on Cheryl to have her lovely pink bowls ready right on the kitty,” Ms Reed said.
Sadly after a life full of fun playing bowls, Cheryl lost her life.
Both her brother Peter Jones and sister Julie Jones are part of the Chinchilla Bowls Club and they are honoured to be able have the memories in the club house.
"I once said to Cheryl that you will never get me playing this game and Cheryl won,” Mr Jones said.
"This was what Cheryl loved.”
The presentation happened during the Chinchilla Cancer Council charity bowls day, raising $400 in green fees for the charity plus the money raised from the raffles.