Question of the Week | Feb. 6

Do you think Terrace has enough indoor activities?

  • Feb. 7, 2020 5:41 p.m.


BACKGROUND:

After months of anticipation of possibly being lost forever, Terrace bowlers will be able to continue playing the sport. As of June. 1, Keith and Theresa Moffat will be taking over the Terrace Bowling Lanes’ building lease as they embark on a new chapter in running the business on Lazelle Avenue.

“I’ve been bowling since I was seven years old and I just didn’t want to give it up right at the moment. My wife and I decided that we needed a change and we wanted to see if we can keep it going,” says Keith, the pending co-owner of the Terrace Bowling Lanes Ltd.

When the City of Terrace first announced that it would be purchasing the building, many residents expressed the bowling lane was one of few indoor activities in the area.

READ MORE: New owners to take over Terrace Bowling Lanes

Do you think Terrace has enough indoor activities?


 


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