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37th Annual

William H. Broer
Law Enforcement
Bowling Tournament

2023 NDPOA Bowling Tournament Forms


TOURNAMENT DATE IS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH, 2023 AT 1 PM (all teams start at 1pm this year)
*Total teams will be capped at 52, on a first come, first serve basis, so the first 52 teams who send in their entry fee will be guaranteed a spot. Notice will be sent out when 52 teams has been reached, and refunds will be sent back to those teams who send in their entry fee/form after capacity has been met. Team captains will start the check in process at 12:00 PM. Any roster changes must be made by then.

“AVERAGE” is your official USBC average. If you do not have one, leave it blank and it will be calculated by the bowling alley. If you have bowled in this tournament during the last 7 years, your average is kept on file with the bowling alley, and they will include it.
*Entry form and $150.00 registration fee ($30 per bowler x 5 bowlers) must be received by the bowling alley no later than February 11, 2023. Payment must be by check, made out to “MIDWAY LANES”. Entry fee and form should be mailed to:

3327 Memorial Hwy.
Mandan, ND 58554

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112th Annual Conference
Devils Lake, ND

The 112th ndpoa aNNUAL cONFERENCE WILL BE HELD AT THE Spirit Lake Casino
7889 nd-5, St. Michael, n.d.
(701) 766-4747

Tuesday August 8, 2023-Friday August 11, 2023
Further details to 


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The mission of the North Dakota Peace Officers Association shall reflect a positive image of Law Enforcement Practitioners, in order to assist them in providing safety, security and protection of the rights of individuals, regardless of race, creed, religion, gender or national origin.  The Association will provide an environment which promotes and recognizes high standards of ethics, integrity and confidence in the Law Enforcement Community.  This environment will also strengthen the membership through fraternalization, fellowship, preservation of the heritage of Law Enforcement, family relationships and the memory of those officers who have fallen or passed away. Creation of a united voice for Law Enforcement Professionals and the public, to provide a forum for issues and concerns in common.  A primary commitment of the Association is to provide visionary training and educational opportunities.  The results of this mission, will be realized through the improvement of, and service to, our members and more effective, efficient service to all.

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