A dedicated amateur cellist with the G-String Grannies quartet, Louise became serious about croquet after retiring from a career in education. She loves playing croquet in New York and in the Hudson Valley and takes great pleasure in maintaining the plants on the border of the Central Park courts. After two National Croquet Center school sessions, she's aware of the game's complexity but never lets that get in the way of enjoying the game. Playing in the park with colleagues is one her greatest warm-weather pleasures.
- Louise Bozorth
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