Bowling: Recreation Lanes sets youth league schedule

Bowling

IRON MOUNTAIN — Recreation Lanes’ youth bowling leagues will begin the week of Sept. 16.

These leagues are open to all students from kindergarten through high school.

Breitung Township Schools’ first day of bowling will be Monday, Sept. 17. at 3:30 p.m. Iron Mountain Schools will begin bowling Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 3:30 p.m.

Busing will be available from Woodland and Kingsford middle school and high school on Monday and from Iron Mountain Schools and North Elementary on Tuesday by Elite Limousine.

The Homeschool Bowling Club will take place every other Thursday beginning Thursday, Sept. 20, at noon. This club satisfies the physical education requirement for home-schooled students.

Again this year, Recreation Lanes is offering a youth league on Saturday mornings at 10:30 a.m. to students of all schools in the area. The first day of bowling will be Saturday, Sept. 22.

Call Recreation Lanes at 906-774-9852 to sign up for a youth bowling league.

Schedule:

Breitung Township Schools, Monday, Sept. 17, 3:30 p.m. — Woodland Elementary, Kingsford Middle School, Kingsford High School

Iron Mountain Schools, Tuesday, Sept. 18, 3:30 p.m. — IM North Elementary, Iron Mountain Elementary School, Iron Mountain Middle School, Iron Mountain High School

Recreation Lanes Saturday Youth League, Saturday, Sept, 22, 10:30 a.m. — Florence, Niagara, Norway, North Central, Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine, Bishop Baraga Catholic School, Holy Spirit Catholic School, Iron Mountain, Kingsford, North Dickinson

‘Mountain of Coke’ winner

IRON MOUNTAIN — Sherry Smith-LaBrash of Iron Mountain e is the 2018 winner of Recreation Lanes’ Mountain of Coke summer promotion.

Any person that bowled this summer at Recreation Lanes received an entry into the “Mountain of Coke” contest.

“One pink pin is placed with the pins on each lane, and anyone getting a strike with the pink pin in the head pin position receives a coupon for a free game of bowling as well as an additional entry into the Mountain of Coke drawing,” said Joe Tomassoni, general manager at Recreation Lanes.

Smith-Labrash’s ticket was drawn from approximately 2,500 tickets.

Grand prize for the Mountain of Coke is a year’s supply of Coca-Cola products from Bink’s Coca-Cola in Iron Mountain.