College Park residents spent a cold and windy Sunday afternoon bowling with their families and neighbors.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jenni Pompi
Monday, February 13, 2012
The College Park Recreation Board hosted their annual Family Fun Bowling Bash on Sunday afternoon. More than 70 residents spent a cold and windy day bowling with their families and neighbors. For $5 per person including shoe rental, College Park residents were able to enjoy unlimited bowling, pizza, and soda from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the AMF College Park Lanes on Route 1.
University of Maryland student paper follows up with Brian Pedrick.
Patch featured University of Maryland dispatcher, Andrew Pedrick alongside his dad, Brian Pedrick last month for Father's Day. The two have been working the same nightshift together, receiving emergency calls and then directing police to the scenes. But dispatching isn't 21-year-old Andrew Pedrick's passion. When he can, he is hitting up the bowling lanes, working toward what he hopes will become a professional career. Not that he mentioned it during the interview. It was his father that first brought up Andrew's apparent talent and aspirations to compete for the Professional Bowlers Association. "It is something that I want to do," Andrew then admitted. Dispatching is somewhat of a security net, though. "You have to do other avenues, and …