Bowling for Scholars
May 29, 2005
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Bowling for Scholars is an annual event co-sponsored by the Southern California chapter of VSDA (Video Software Dealers Association) and the PAW (Protecting Adult Welfare) Foundation to raise funds for scholarships for needy students.

It is one of the only events where Fans and Adult Film Stars can bowl and party together. The stars signed autographs and posed for pictures for Fans and Press. As usual, they shed their clothing as they bowled. Tiana Lynn said she was much more comfortable without clothes. But, of course, she wore the requisite bowling shoes. The meeting room was set up with goodie bags (filled with a few items from various sources) and homemade chocolate chip cookies (compliments of yours truly). A large basket at the entrance was filled with condoms and lube donated by the wonderful people at Paradise Marketing, who responded quickly to a last minute plea for giveaways. Torvea provided folding pens for everyone.

It was our most successful bowling event in the five years we've been doing it. Stars, Models and Celebs who attended this year included Flower Tucci, Mari Possa, Cousin Stevie and wife Amy, April Storm, Anita Cannibal, Linda Roberts, Frank Castle, Lori Wagner, Brooke Hunter, Don Hollywood, Shy Love, Malou, Kelly Nichols, Belladonna, Avy Scott, Layla Jade, Ami Charms, Angella Faith, Promise, Erica More, Holly Wellin, Brandi May, Tee Reel, Kelly Erikson, Sunshine Lynn, Traci Lynn, Kayla Quinn, Celestia Star, Johnny Cobalt, Victoria Givens, Daphne Rosen, Tiana Lynn, Frederick (formerly known as Candy-Lee), Vicky Vette, Lexi Tyler, Rebecca Love, Jordan Fleiss, Brooklyn Night, Christie Lee, Sarah Blake, Justine Joli, Johnny Buss, and Tricia Oaks.

Unfortunately, I was so busy with helping to run the event, I didn't have much time to take pictures, so I don't have photos of everyone, but, in addition to those you see here, there are many more photos to see on our Bowling for Scholars Yahoo Group, not just from this year's bowling event, but past events, too.

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