Strikes and Spares at Towne Bowl

by Gary Megaffin

The second Knights of Columbus Winter Family Bowling Day at the Towne Bowl saw over 40 bowlers enjoy Cosmic Bowling on Sunday February 18. Hats off to organizer PGK Brian Schmalz who arranged the event for the families and their friends of Council 1504. The pins were flying as the bowlers played with skill displaying high-fives and congrats. Amid a harsh winter, the K of C event was appreciated by everyone who enjoyed the bowling day accompanied with pepperoni pizza. Special thanks go to Jamie Witmer and the staff at Towne Bowl for their loyalty to the Kitchener Knights of Columbus. Towne Bowl reserved the lanes for the Family Day Bowling and for the Wednesday K of C Bowling League, the longest running bowling league there. Whenever required, Jamie and staff have accommodated Council 1504.

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Cosmic bowling at Kitchener’s Towne Bowl, the site of the second annual Knights of Columbus Family Bowling Day, Sunday February 18, 2018.
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A couple of guys just hangin’ out at the bowling alley.
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Waiting their turn to knock ’em down at the K of C Family Bowling Day at Towne Bowl.
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The K of C Family Bowling Day entertained the kids with strikes, spares and pepperoni pizza at Kitchener’s Towne Bowl.
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Brother Mike Detzler contemplating a strike while Brother Mike Szabo and his wife Anna relax watching the competitors at the K of C Family Bowling Day at Towne Bowl.