Youth bowling open for all kids in the county


By Kimberly Gasuras - [email protected]



BUCYRUS — The youth bowling league at Suburban Lanes in Bucyrus kicked off last Saturday, but it is not too late to join in the fun.

Bowling alley manager Butch Pangallo said every kid should have the benefits of the experience of bowling in a league.

“Every kid should experience bowling. It inspires team work, etiquette, social skills, patience and physical fitness,” he said.

Pangallo said he is committed to ensuring that all youth in the county can be part of the youth bowling league.

“I do not want any kids to miss out on bowling because the parents may not be able to afford it. They may pay anything, or nothing. I just want the kids to have an opportunity to participate in the league,” Pangallo said.

The youth league bowls at 10 a.m. every Saturday at the bowling alley, 975 Hopley Ave.

For the newest bowlers, a bumper league is available for $5 per week, which includes two games each week. The beginners and junior-major leagues are $6 per week, or the amount that can be afford by parents, according to Pangallo.

For more information, call the bowling alley at 419-562-2249.

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By Kimberly Gasuras

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