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Main Bowl revitalizing for the future

August 9, 2013

Work is ongoing on at the Main Bowl in Columbia City to prepare the alley for re-opening Labor Day Weekend. Extensive renovations have replaced the lanes, ball returns and expanded seating, among other changes. Brett Myers/Post & Mail photo.

COLUMBIA CITY— A desire to give local bowlers excellent facilities has led a long-time alley to remodel.

Main Bowl plans to open for the bowling season Labor Day Weekend. Right now, though, the building is in the middle of extensive renovations.

According to owner Kent Miller, the remodel is part of changing with the times.

“I guess I am a believer that if you don’t continue to update your business, you won’t have a business to worry about,” he said.

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