George Gibson lawn bowling

A reminder the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club will be hosting the George Gibson Open Mixed Triples this week, Sept. 4-5.

A reminder the Parksville Lawn Bowling Club will be hosting the George Gibson Open Mixed Triples this week, Sept. 4-5.

Matches go at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. both Wednesday and Thursday.

The Club welcomes new co-sponsors Nicklen Roy Mackay Coast Realty, who will be joining returning sponsor, George Gibson, in hosting this event.

Premiere players from up and down the island will be vying for top prize money.

The club is located at 149 E. Stanford in Parksville, behind Stanford Place and across from Parksville Elementary School.

Carol Bucyk, the club’s public relations person, invites the public “to come on down to the club and see what lawn bowling is all about, especially in an event such as this one which will attract such high level players.”

Admission is free, there’s ample parking, “and the club always welcomes visitors to its beautiful facilities,” Bucyk summed up.

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