candlepin bowling


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Noun1.candlepin bowling - a bowling game using slender bowling pinscandlepin bowling - a bowling game using slender bowling pins
bowling - a game in which balls are rolled at an object or group of objects with the aim of knocking them over or moving them
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As part of the Greendale Retired Men's Club, he enjoyed the friendship and camaraderie, and participated in competitive candlepin bowling until age 96.
Leda Lanes filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in March, but the iconic candlepin bowling alley in Nashua fully plans to stay in business.
Bush uses a little body language in his follow through during a game of candlepin bowling at a campaign stop in Nashua, N.
Families can take in a movie at the Valley's three-cinema theater, go candlepin bowling, enjoy the scenic Green Mountain National Forest on a cross-country trek, or take a guided snowmobile tour.
Rathway competes in the all-women's candlepin bowling league called The Dropouts.
Wetherbee enjoyed candlepin bowling, canoeing and traveling.
He then owned and operated the former Milford Candlepin Bowling Center for over thirty years with his wife Mary.
She was an avid sports fan, enjoying sports of all kinds but especially candlepin bowling of which she belonged to a league for most of her married life until 2012.
She enjoyed candlepin bowling, gardening, reading, and spending time with her family.
He enjoyed watching college football, civil war movies, candlepin bowling and all of the New England sports teams.
Franks real passion was candlepin bowling a sport he participated in for over 30 years,bowling as recently as 2013.