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Past Jamborees

The Colorado State Jamboree was started in April, 1962. The second meeting in 1962 actually started the formal Jamboree. The intent of this function was to invite special guests from the American Bowling Congress, to share with us their knowledge of the start of the new season. They would also inform us as to the new rule changes and projected changes that will come up at the National Convention in the spring.

YEAR	WHERE HELD	ASSOCATIONS	NUMBER
			REPRESENTED	PRESENT
							Men	Women
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1962	Denver			12
1963	Boulder			13
1964	Denver			14
1965	Grand Junction		12 + 6 from Utah
1966	Denver			16
1967	Denver			17
1968	Longmont		14
1969	Colorado Springs	18			65
1970	Denver			16			78
The format of the Jamboree was changed, only cities that cannot host 
the State Tournament will be host cities.
1971	Alamosa			18			85
1972	The State Men and Women joined together for the Jamboree
1972	Fort Morgan		15			80	52
1973	Lamar			16			83	83
1974	Durango			15			73	40
1975	Canon City		18			132	131
1976	Montrose		20			113	113
1977	Grand Junction		27			185	185
1978	Longmont		23			253	214
1979	La Junta		22			193
1980	Glenwood Springs	30			104	144
1981	Steamboat Springs	19			103	123
1982	Lamar			25			90	102
1983	Leadville		22			90	101
1984	Craig			21			91	103
1985	Greeley			23			129	159
1986	La Junta		21			98	144
1987	Salida			24			149	177
1988	Fort Morgan		21			129	146
1989	Montrose		20			111	119
1990	Estes Park		20			130	183
1991	Monte Vista		23			        351
1992	The Colorado State Bowling Council assumed the responsibility 
	of the combined 	jamboree.
1992	Boulder			19			70	102
1993	Glenwood Springs	20			60	60
1994	Salida			21			55	58
1995	Estes Park		23			43	81
1996	Sterling		11			40	52
1997	Leadville		34			49	73
1998	Burlington		24			36	67
1999	Fort Morgan		?			?	?
2000	Canon City		10			20	35
2001	Denver			Cancelled
2002	The Colorado State Bowling Association assumed the 
	responsibility 	of the Jamboree. The Men and Women decided to 
	break apart the jamboree and each association will hold their 
	own.
2002	Gunnison		5			35
2003	Denver			1			24
2004	Denver			6			32
2005	Denver			7			31

2005 was the last Jamboree.  Under USBC, Jamborees will now be known as Workshops.

2006	Denver						18
2007	Estes Park					23