Owners of Airport Bowl thanks staff, announce closing

To the Editor,

It is time to retire. John and Linda Wabshall, owners of Airport Bowl, will reluctantly be closing the doors as a bowling center. We would like to thank our son, Zack, for his many years working at Airport Bowl. We would like to extend our thanks and appreciation to our loyal employees who worked so diligently to make Airport Bowl a friendly place to enjoy.

The Bowling Center will not re-open in September. However, the party store will remain open for business. It is with regret that we will close our doors after 14 years in business, but with advancing retirement age this is a logical decision. The Bowling Center, party store, licenses, land, building and all other equipment will be listed for sale shortly.

We would like to thank all of our league officers, and our loyal league bowlers for helping to make the leagues run so smoothly. Our party store will be open for all of your party needs and we will be happy to see you there!

(All league bowlers need to empty their lockers by Aug.15.)

John and Linda Wabshall
Tecumseh

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