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HIGH POINT, NC- High Point Bowling Center is offering a fun, free program for children this summer.
Children 15 years old and under can play two free games each day after registering online ahead of time. A $3 shoe rental fee will apply.
It’s part of national program called Kids Bowl Free that was started in 2008.
Christopher Kenny of the bowling center said 3,100 kids across the Triad have signed up so far. He said it’s a great way to give back to the community.
“Getting a new generation of kids involved and getting their families into the bowling center is really enough for us to keep this going,” Kenny said.