Youth bowling program offered

T here will be a junior bowling program for the fall at Granville Lanes on Thursdays after school, starting Sept. 14 at 4 p.m. All children are invited to join.

There will be two lanes for the bumper bowlers and a fun-time bowler league for children who want to bowl for fun and a sanctioned league for children who want to compete every week on teams like the adults, earn youth awards, compete in tournaments for trophies and scholarships.

The youth bowlers will get three games with their shoes and instruction for $5.

Look for pictures and high games on the Granville Lanes Facebook page.

There will be an open house on Thursday, Aug. 23 from 1 to 6 p.m. to introduce the game to youngsters. All children get two free games of bowling; adults can bowl with them for $3 a game with shoes.

if you have any questions, contact Cheryl Lurvey at 642-9895 or via email at




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