PAMELA FALLER and DANIEL HONG SELECTED AS 2022 STAR OF TOMORROW WINNERS
PAMELA FALLER is a senior at Anderson W. Clark Magnet High School in Glendale and has been bowling league at Jewel City Bowl for over 9 years. She recently shot her first 300 earlier this year and has a high series of 726. Pamela bowls all of the local and state events each year and has attended Junior Gold in Indiana, Texas and Michigan.
Pamela is very busy with non-bowling services such as: Key Club, School Yearbook (Design Editor), School Newspaper (Managing Editor), School Magazine, Glendale High School Volleyball (Team Manager for Girls and Boys teams) and Holy Family Catholic Church (community service).
Pamela comes from a bowling family. Her father was a nurse and a surgeon before he passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2017. His hard work to provide for her family and help those in the hospital has inspired Pamela to do the same. She plans on attending community college and then transferring to a university to study medical technology or microbiology.
In the meantime, Pamela enjoys bowling with her mom in all of the local tournaments. Congratulations Pamela on your scholarship award. We wish you the best of luck in school and your future endeavors!!
DANIEL HONG is a Senior at Buena Park High School with a 3.80 GPA and currently bowls league at Linbrook Bowl in Anaheim. He has three 300 games and multiple 700 series. Daniel also has won his division in the Pepsi Youth Bowling Championships and the California Youth State Championships.
Daniel Hong is involved in many non-bowling service programs such as assisting in campus-wide cleaning projects, marching in the annual Fullerton Veterans Day Parade and is a member of the National Honor Society, the California Scholarship Federation and the Kitty Hawk Air Society (AFJROTC Honor Society).
Daniel would like to pursue a career in Aerospace Engineering and work at NASA or SpaceX. He would also like to bowl professionally on the PBA tour as well.