Candlepin Bowling Hall of Fame
The Candlepin Hall of Fame was formed in 1965 by the World Candlepin Bowling Council (WCBC) under the leadership of Christo Anton of Scarborough, ME. to honor those individuals, companies or organizations who have advanced the sport of Candlepin bowling through their “Competitive Ability” or “Extraordinary Service and Sport contribution”. In 1987, the International Candlepin Bowling Association (ICBA) was formed to replace the defunct WCBC and continued the role of running the Candlepin Hall of Fame. There are presently 170 inductees in the ICBA Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame Committee has scheduled its next induction dinner for October 2018. All applications must submit prior to February 1, 2018. If you know of a potential candidate contact IBCA Executive Director for more information. A minimum age of 50 must be reached by the date of the induction ceremonies for any consideration to be given.