Sharon Weber, the daughter of Matthew and Bernice Bennie, has been actively involved in bowling for more than 45 years--first as a "mascot" for her mother's team, then as a member of the first American Junior Bowling Congress (now Young American Bowlng Alliance) league in the area at Bowl America Silver Hill and later in various adult leagues in the Washington area, where she served as a president for four years, a secretary for 10 years, and a treasurer for two years.

In 1980, Sharon was appointed to the Washington, D.C. Area Women's Bowling Association board of directors, where she served as a director for 18 years and held the post of treasurer for two years. During her tenure as director, she served on numerous committees, both as chairman and member. She worked tirelessly at many City Tournaments as well as the Virginia State Tournament when it was held at Bowl America Manassas. She is currently involved in the 3 C's Tournament that was founded by her father. She is very proud of her recent election as a WDCAWBA Member Emeritus and Life Member.

She currently is a Washington, D.C. Area and Women's International Bowling Congress 600 Club member and a member of the Virginia Bowling Queens. She attends both the semiannual meetings of WDCAWBA and has missed only one in the last 20 years. She has attended two Virginia State annual meetings as a delegate and six as a non-delegate. In addition, she's been to WIBC annual conventions as a delegate and two as a non-delegate.

On the lanes, her highest average is 187, with a 277 high game and a top series of 667. Earlier this year in Reno, Nev., she participated in her 28th WIBC Championship Tournament.

Sharon Weber's longtime service and commitment to the bowling community in the Washington, D.C. area merit her an honored position in the WDCAWBA Hall of Fame.