Donna Kellogg was involved with the Michigan Women's Bowling Association for many years, from being appointed a Director in 1966, moving up along the way to First Vice-President, which office she held for three years before resigning for personal reasons.
During her term in office, Donna was active on many committees, including Chairman of the Budget & Finance Committee for three years. When the MWBA State Tournament was in Battle Creek, she served as General Chairman in 1977 and was active during the 1961 and 1985 tournaments.
In appreciation for her services, Donna was elected a Member Emeritus of the Michigan Women's Bowling Association.
Donna was also very active in the Battle Creek Association, serving as Sgt-at-Arms in 1957-58, Vice President from 1958 to 1963 and as President from 1963 to 1981. After which, she was elected a Life Member and still attends all meetings of the Battle Creek Women's Bowling Association.
Don't know where she found all the time, but she was General Chairman of the Elks National Tournament in 1964/65, President of the Junior Bowlers for one year. Named Volunteer of the Year by the American Cancer Society in 1989 for the work she did on the Bowl Down Cancer Tournament for Calhoun County.
Donna was inducted into the Battle Creek Hall of Fame in 1985 for Meritorious Service.
As a bowler, her highest average was 168, series 646 and high game 257.
Donna is very deserving of the honor of being named to the Michigan Women's Bowling Association Hall of Fame in the Meritorious Service Category.