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Youth Bowling League does Nonprofit Fundraising at Towne and Country Lanes Wisconsin Bowling Alley

Towne and Country Lanes, a popular Wisconsin bowling alley, has several different leagues that they offer their Junior Bowlers. Their main Junior Leagues run on Saturday mornings, which are divided up by age. They also offer an Adult/Junior program that starts after the main group.

Their league season starts in the beginning of September and runs for 27 weeks through March. The schedule is based on three 9-week sessions. This is done to provide children the opportunity to bowl as much, or as little as they like. Participation is flexible because there are many sporting activities available to children these days, and many of them fall on Saturdays.

When you sign your child up, you are given the opportunity to register for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions.

The Saturday Leagues we offer are as follows:

Majors - Ages 15-18 (starting time of 7:45 AM)
Juniors - Ages 13-16 (starting time of 7:45 AM)
Preps - Ages 9-13 (starting time of 10:00 AM)
Bantams - Ages 5-10 (starting time of 10:00 AM)

Towne and Country Lanes features USBC Certified Coaches each week to show the kids the basics of bowling and to work with them on improving their skills as they advance along.

Junior Bowlers also have the opportunity to participate in several tournaments throughout the year:

The Wisconsin State Junior Bowling Tournament
International Family Twosome Tournament
Youth Pepsi Tournament

The Children also have the opportunity to earn scholarship money throughout their Junior Bowling career. This is available through the nonprofit fundraising Grand Prix Scholarship Program. It is an optional program parents sign up for at Summer Registration.

If your child is enrolled, they earn scholarship points based on how often they bowl. The more they bowl (including tournaments), the more points they earn. At the end of each season, you will receive a statement in the mail to show you mow much money your child has earned from their nonprofit fundraising bowling league efforts.

PARENTS: YOUTH BOWLING LEAGUE REGISTRATION

Many parents were unable to register their child or children for the upcoming youth bowling season. It is never too late. Please contact Coach Mary or leave a message through the Towne and Country Lanes manager, Theresa Riemer, as soon as you can if you're planning on participating in the junior nonprofit fundraising bowling league.

Towne and Country Lanes
Phone: 262-763-7333
Email: info@towneandcountrylanes.com
Website: http://www.towneandcountrylanes.com

For further information about the Wisconsin bowling alley, please visit their web site: http://www.towneandcountrylanes.com. Towne and Country Lanes is located at 264 S. Pine St., Burlington, WI 53105, USA. Call 262-763-7333 for more info about upcoming nonprofit fundraising bowling league events go to their special bowling events news page at http://www.towneandcountrylanes.com/news.html.  
 
 

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    Company: Towne and Country Lanes

    Telphone: 262-763-7333 , -

    Address: 264 S. Pine St.,
    Burlington, WI 53105

    Email: info@towneandcountrylanes.com