lawn bowlingThe Amber Webb-Bowerman Memorial Foundation is holding their 6th annual Sugar Bowl Lawn Bowling Tournament and Fundraiser in support of journalism and young writers and everyone’s invited to participate. The event is an annual tradition: each year teams from the magazine industry join in the fun for a great journalistic cause. This is a networking and team-building opportunity for you, your staff, colleagues, friends and family!

Saturday August 16 marks the 6th Annual Sugar Bowl Lawn Bowling Tournament and Fundraiser in support of the Amber Webb-Bowerman Memorial Foundation.

Lawn Bowling Tournament: Saturday, August 16, 2014
Doors open at 1 pm. Play begins at 1:45 sharp
Where: Calgary Rotary Park Lawn Bowls Club, 705 1st St. NE
What: The best time of your life on a lawn bowling green (all for a great cause!)

Register for Sugar Bowl by August 8!

Tickets $70 per person or $280 for a team of four.
Register a full team and receive two free “fan” tickets ($30 value) as well as team buttons for your group.
Registration includes a barbecue dinner and two drink tickets per player.
Individual fan tickets can be purchased for $15 and will allow you to join in the festivities and enjoy the barbecue without having to roll those wobbly balls.

Register at
You can request a charitable tax receipt for a portion of the ticket price when you register online. Receipts will be issued at the event.

Money raised at the Sugar Bowl goes toward two great initiatives: an endowment for a journalism scholarship at Mount Royal University in Amber’s name and the WordsWorth Creative Writing Residency for youth, hosted by the Writers’ Guild of Alberta.

Please contact with silent auction donations.

About the Amber Bowerman and the Amber Bowerman Foundation

amber bowermanThe Amber Webb-Bowerman Memorial Foundation (AWBMF) was established in the summer of 2008 to honour and preserve the memory of journalist Amber Michelle Bowerman (nee Webb), and to help fulfill her dreams by supporting emerging artists and journalists. Dedicated to quality in writing, reporting and the arts, Amber encouraged and supported young journalists and artists similarly committed to their own careers. By providing scholarships, bursaries and awards, the Foundation aims to foster the achievement of excellence, and to broaden scholastic opportunities for emerging Western Canadian journalists and artists of all disciplines. The AWBMF provides a program of annual scholarships. Recipients are selected by the individual post-secondary institutions on the basis of both scholastic merit and financial need. Currently the foundation offers scholarships at SAIT Polytechnic, Grant MacEwan University, the University of Regina and Mount Royal University. See more at: