It’s a call no man or woman ever wants to receive. The one that says the test came back positive for cancer. For Sharon Stump, it was a call she waited on for several days.
In support of the upcoming IGBO Mid-Year Conference in Jacksonville, Florida, bowlers from across IGBO bowling in regular league play registered and submitted their scores for the IGBO Summer Mail-In Tournament.
As you may already know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month nationwide. Early detection is the key for survival from this deadly disease, and IGBO joins in supporting all of you in getting your appointments made with your physician for your mammograms.
The Federation of Gay Games, in conjunction with GLISA, has prepared a important survey, store and is asking members of the LGBT sports, culture, and human rights communities to respond to it. The intent is to find out from the combined constituencies what they feel is important to them regarding the production of a global event focusing on sport, culture and human rights.
The link for the survey is HERE.
This survey takes less than five minutes to complete.
THE SURVEY CLOSES 13 SEPTEMBER 2014.
The 34th IGBO Annual Conference and Tournament was held in mid-May in Tucson, Arizona. IGBO thanks the entire Tucson host committee for their hospitality and execution of the event. Read More
Cities and groups interested in being considered as host for the IGBO Annual Conference and Tournament to be held in May 2017 must submit the letter of Intent to Bid to the IGBO President by November 15, 2014.
Tucson, Arizona, May 16, 2014: Albuquerque, New Mexico has been selected as the host city for the 36th International Gay Bowling Organization® (IGBO®) Annual Conference and Tournament in May 25-30, 2016. IGBO conducts conferences on a semi-annual basis to convene representatives from lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) bowling leagues and tournaments worldwide. This will be the first ever IGBO conference hosted in Albuquerque. Read More