Lucky Lanes Junior Bowlers

Always Remember, Bowling is fun!

 

 

 

The staff of Lucky Lanes Junior Bowlers would like ALL parents and spectators to abide by this Code of Conduct.

The list below is compiled from the USBC's “Parent Orientation Handbook.” These are some guidelines the Board of Directors for Lucky Lanes Junior Bowlers expects you to conform to while your child participates in our program.

 

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Encourage your child to bowl, but don't pressure them.

 

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Understand what your child wants from bowling and provide a supportive atmosphere for achieving these goals.

 

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Emphasize enjoyment rather than winning.

 

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Don't live your dreams through your children.

 

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Set a good example!

 

 

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Good sportsmanship! Encourage and expect it from your child. They should treat others with respect on and off the lanes.

 

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Be patient. Remember, each child will develop skills at a different pace. Encourage your child's best effort and accept his or her performance.

 

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Be informed of the basic organization and operation of league activities, awards, and rules.

 

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Learn the fundamentals of bowling as taught by the USBC.

 

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Cheer for your child's team as well as good performance by others.

 

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Remain in the spectator area during games and instruction.

 

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Always let the coaches do the coaching at the bowling center.

 

Free Money for College

Many scholarship/grant opportunities available through the sport of bowling. The opportunities for females are extremely high. So, unless you are afraid of "free money" you should do what you can to allow your child/children to participate in as many tournaments that offer scholarships as you can.

We currently promote 3 opportunities for our bowlers to earn scholarships or grants:

1. Our very own Bob Frame Memorial Educational Grant, offered thru the Grape Belt Association offers "free money" to high school seniors that plan to attend college. This is just for our local association. The odds of earning this grant are very good. One high school girl and one high school boy will be presented with a $750.00 grant. If the entries are high, a second place grant of $375.00 will be awarded as well.

 

2. The NYS USBC Team Tournament offers a variety of scholarships to the finalists and winners.

 

3. The Pepsi-Cola Tournament also offers scholarships in all divisions.