Six-pin bowling requires concentration and skill. It also fosters social ties. The 45 residents of five foster homes (ESAT Saint-Pee-d'Oloron Perce-neige In Ogeu, Esat d'Abidos La Virginie d'Orthez, Perce-neige, Perce-neige, Perce-neige, Esat d'Abidos and Foyer Bizideki de Larceveau), who devoted their time to this activity as part of an animation that was organized Tuesday, May 17 by the French Federation for adapted sport.
Claudine Sauzedde is the federal technical advisor to the Departmental Committee. She says, "It's a multisport organization which welcomes an audience with mental, psychological, or autism spectrum disorders." It is a challenging game that requires energy, but some people are quite surprising and have unexpected abilities. The goal of the game is to send a dumbbell-shaped bolt towards six pins at 11 meters.
All but one pin must be removed in three rolls. Roger Adenis (president of Quillette Abosienne), who is in charge of the organization, says that six plantiers were installed. This event was hosted by the local club for the second consecutive time. It took place in the shaded area of the sports hall, making it suitable for the picnic that would follow.