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A CHRISTMAS SEASON HONOR
Women’s bowling saw a surge in popularity generally in the mid-twentieth century, around the same time the American Junior Bowling Congress took off nationwide. The AJBC was open to both young men and ...
The American Junior Bowling Congress was organized by the National Bowling Council, an organization for manufacturers and proprietors, around 1946. The organization promoted youth bowling, hosted tour ...
AT THE APPROACH
Bowling alley proprietors made a concerted effort to attract families. Alleys often included restaurants and even daycare facilities. Upgraded equipment and instructional clinics made youth bowling no ...
BOB ANDERSON INSTRUCTING
Bob Anderson, inventor of the bowling hand rail and champion of bowling for the blind, offered instruction for adult and child blind bowlers. The hand rail was instrumental in allowing visually impair ...
BOWLING AS THERAPY
Bowling’s accessibility has made it the perfect sport for people of all ages and abilities. Ronald Adams, special activities director at the University of Virginia Children’s Rhabilitation Center, too ...
BOWLING FOR JUNIORS
Brunswick Corporation prioritized bowling’s promotion to kids. At a presentation of the “Learn to Bowl Program for Juniors Lesson 2” at Scottsdale Bowl, young bowlers learned the fundamentals while si ...
BUCKLING UP A 300 GAME
If you rolled a perfect score, wouldn’t you want everyone to know it? This American Junior Bowling Congress “300 game” belt buckle allowed a talented young person to do just that.
COME COLLECT YOUR TROPHY!
The Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America (BPAA) formed the Youth Bowling Association in 1963. They worked with high school bowling groups to promote the sport among teens as both recreation and ...
DO YOU GET A PATCH FOR BOWLING?
Much like today, bowling alleys of the twentieth century were a great place for group gatherings. From birthday parties to family leagues to Boy Scout troop outings, bowling alleys could host them all ...
FAMILY NIGHT AT THE LANES
Bowling alleys were perfect for a family night out. Families could grab a snack and a drink and enjoy a night of friendly bowling, with maybe a touch of a competitive spirit! Alleys offered affordable ...