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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Knights of Columbus ~

Knights of Columbus
On North Street across from the Junior High School 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Kind of obscure from the outside but inside,a bowling alley,meeting rooms a couple bars and a fantastic kitchen. The attic had basketball goals. I have been a knight for a long time and in Council halls all over but never one as grand as this.

Bob Dorcy

Anonymous said...

I remember when i was little the GREAT Xmas shows they would put on and a present for every kid!!

Pinboy said...

The bowling alleys have been moved to the Bon Arie Bowling Center,duckpin leagues still exist there

Anonymous said...

I set pins at KOC(1961). Still remember the pin master, Mike Merran. He always dressed in a suit and smoked a big cigar. I set two allies at a time and was paid seven cents per bowler per game. On a good night I could make $3.00.

Anonymous said...

Used to be some good teen dances there in late 50's, early 60's.
Great pizza at Manna's a few doors down North Street.

Jim Grolemund said...

The pin masters last name was Murrin. He could be crotchety at times but the pin boys would hop to it when he barked.

Anonymous said...

I remember my Dad taking me bowling there - duck pins! Great memories from attending many wedding receptions.