YMCA bowling tournament completed
Published 9:11 am Friday, December 23, 2011
The first annual Nine Pin No Tap Bowling Tournament was completed Saturday, Dec. 18, at the Bainbridge-Decatur County YMCA’s Langston Gray Bowling Center.
Under no tap rules, a bowler is awarded a strike if their first ball knocks down nine of the 10 pins.
The top four finishers were Byron Graves, who received $500; Mary Rykard, who received $100; Gary Hamrick, who received $50; and Fred Stanley, who received $25.
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Bowlers interested in taking part in the second annual tournament in 2012 must only bowl in at least three different tournaments during the year.
Events will be from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the second and fourth Sundays of each month.
YMCA interim CEO Mike Haynes says Sundays are family days at the bowling center and that each family member can receive a free game of bowling during January by presenting a church bulletin for a same day service.
“We will also have additional Sunday specials,” Haynes said. “They will include our new rent-a-lane program on the first and third Sundays, which will allow bowlers and their friends and families to rent a lane for one hour at the low rate of only $12,”
Those renting the lanes may complete as many games as possible in the hour of play and a maximum of seven people to a lane will be able to play at no additional lane fees.
“Come join our new Langston-Gray Bowling Center management team under the supervision of Jeff Kindelspire,” Haynes said. “Free Wi-Fi is coming soon.”
Additional information and reservations for parties or other special events may be obtained by calling (229) 246-5530.