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Villa Lanes is gearing up

August 6, 2013

    As August arrived and the start of another bowling season is just around the corner, Mike Miller said he looks back on the first two years since the doors of Villa Lanes and Molly’s reopened after three plus years of being vacant.
    Miller, the only operator the bowling center has had since reopening, said he wanted to express his gratitude to all the people and businesses that have supported and patronized the establishment.
    The remodeling completed this summer has the building and equipment in great shape, Miller said. "It has taken a great deal of time and resources to bring the facility back to a viable recreation center for the community to visit and be proud to have available," he added. "The safety and well being of all that come through the doors is a high priority to myself and the staff."
    Further details in today's print and e-editions.

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