YBC bowling is up and rolling

All leagues are open to new bowlers; YBC, adult and 55+. Stop in and enjoy indoor recreation and team sport at it’s best.

Emily Sheppard and Natalie Young were posted outside Cooper's Foods taking registration for YBC Bowling. The season is underway now. Drop in at the lanes to join.

With summer coming to a close, Copperhill Bowling Lanes has geared up for a brand new season of bowling fun for all ages.

Youth Bowling Canada (YBC) coaches, Emily Sheppard and Natalie Young set up a registration booth outside of Cooper’s Foods last week.

League bowling for all ages begins throughout this week at Copperhill Lanes, with the YBC season starting on Saturday.

YBC season runs for 32 weeks from September to May for youth aged five to 18. Bowl-a-saurus, Bantams aged five to 10 bowl on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. Juniors (11 – 14) and Seniors (15 – 18) bowl on Saturdays at 11 a.m.

Coaches Emily Sheppard, Natalie Young, Tina Ghiloni, Rayleen Brewer and Sandi Lewis are raring to go and ready to provide an excellent and fun season for the kids.

If you were unable to register last week, stop in at the lanes located at 404 Lapworth or call 250-295-6500 or 250-295-6552.

All leagues are open to new bowlers; YBC, adult and 55+. Stop in and enjoy indoor recreation and team sport at it’s best.

 

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