Wisconsin Holstein Association Wisconsin Holstein

Industry News releases

Third Annual Brian Krull “BK” Memorial Bowling Tournament to Benefit Agricultural Youth

Lake Mills , Wis. (March 10, 2013)…The Third Annual Brian Krull “BK” Memorial Bowling Tournament will raise money to benefit outstanding agricultural youth/FFA members at the Lake Mills High School. Since the bowling tournaments began four youth have been awarded scholarships totaling more than $2500 to further their education in the agricultural industry thanks to the generous attendance and donations at the 2011 and 2012 tournaments. A scholarship fund has been established at the Lake Mills High School to continue scholarships in Krull’s name.

The bowling tournament will take place Saturday, April 6th at the Hering’s Fish Bowl, 137 Sandy Beach Road, Lake Mills, WI. You may register for bowling shifts in one of the following time slots--2:30 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. This will be a 9-pin tap tournament and entries will include individuals and teams.  The cost is $15.00 per person and includes games/shoes.

The Bowling Tournament will include raffles, a silent auction and individual prizes.  “BK” Memorial Bowling Tournament T-shirts and koozies will be on sale. All proceeds will be directed toward the scholarship fund.

For more information or to register for the bowling shifts, donate items toward the silent auction, raffle or make a monetary donation, please contact Cindy Krull at momkrull@gmail.com, 920.988.9426 or W7175 Mansfield Road, Lake Mills, WI  53551. All donations will be tax deductible under IRS rules and checks can be made payable to the Lake Mills Area School District-Brian Krull Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Krull, a husband and father of three, was a lifelong resident of Lake Mills, WI and well-known agricultural leader and farmer.  He died in a tragic farm accident in August 2010.  Bowling was a joy in his life and an opportunity to get away from the farm and socialize with many friends in the Lake Mills area.  At the Lake Mills Lanes, Krull was fondly known as “BK.”