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Youth Programs HEALTHY-ACTIVE-SOCIAL 2018 Richfield Bowl – B’s Bowling Center
TUESDAY B’s Bowling Center Youth Scratch Scholarship Fall 2018 WHEN: Starts back Tuesday, August 14, 2018, @ 5:00 PM WEEKLY DROP-IN
COST: $10 per week-bowl 3 games-then brackets
INCLUDES: (Randy Allen and House Shot Available)
Saturday 9:00 am Learn to Bowl: 2 bumper divisions, 1 non-bumper
Starting Saturday, October 6, 2018, 9:00 am (8 Sessions)
Run in conjunction with Davison DCER
FAQ: Learn to Bowl
Age divisions are flexible for special needs and family pairing.
Individuals will be paired up on a team if needed.
Bowling in our youth Learn to Bowl program is an excellent opportunity for your children to experience a life-long, organized sport in a safe, fun environment. Kids learn new skills that will help them knock down more pins, share some laughs with new friends, and be a part of a group activity developing character and self-confidence
Bowling is a great family-oriented lifetime sport. Also, youth who choose to advance competitively with Middle School, High School and into College will have great opportunities to earn scholarship monies locally for college and from universities nationally.
Join the fun, learn the sport of bowling, developing skills for a lifetime of recreational bowling or as a competitive sport.
Frank Pepp, Program Coordinator, Bronze Certified Coach
SCHOLARSHIP MONIE$ AWARDED LOCALLY
The Greater Flint Bowling Proprietors Association Scholarship program inspired, created and managed by Jim Teuber, Proprietor of Richfield Bowl and B’s Bowling has raised $400,000 from 1999 to 2015.