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Bowlers Always Have Time To Spare

Owen Kleckner | Writer 

LCCC is in the process of starting up a bowling club for students, meaning bowling is making a comeback!

Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, bowling alleys were beginning to suffer. During the pandemic, bowling almost died completely as both an activity and sport. Restrictions have since been lifted with people finding bowling as a great activity to participate in. 

The club met recently to discuss approvals and organization with the Student Government Association (SGA), but are still awaiting an official response. The club is going to be run by Berto Lugo, an environmental science major. The club will include members from different backgrounds and skill levels. 

“Meetings are open to students who are passionate about the sport of bowling,” Lugo says.

The club is planning on meeting twice a month at 2:30 p.m. in Berrier Hall. Hopefully in the future, meetings will happen at Jordan Lanes in Allentown. Occasional tournaments will also occur at Jordan Lanes throughout the semester.  

“Overall, I think the bowling club would be a great social event for students," said Lugo. “It’s a fun and relaxed way to hang out with friends and meet new people. As for making our club a success, it’s important to have regular events and meetings to keep members engaged and excited about the club. It would also be great to have more opportunities for members to compete at a high level and improve their skills.” 


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