Thanks for lawn bowling support

QB Lawn Bowling Club would like to thank local businesses and residents for their on-going support of our club’s events.

Qualicum Beach Lawn Bowling Club would like to take this opportunity to thank local businesses and residents for their on-going support of our club’s events.

Many people came to watch the B.C. singles tournament held at our club in March and it was good to meet and chat with newcomers and friends at our garage sale last Saturday, which thanks to your continued patronage was a success again this year.

If you have an hour or so to spare, please drop by for coffee and a chat in the afternoon. We can show you our indoor and outdoor greens and you can try bowling before our outdoor season begins on May 1.  We all love to bowl and we hope you will too.

Again, many thanks to the people of Parksville Qualicum Beach.

Meryl YatesParksville

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