Presidential Active Lifestyle Award
Are you up for the challenge to earn the Presidential Active Lifestyle Award? The President's Challenge is for everyone. Really. Truly. All ages and all abilities are welcome here. And we are making it easy to reach your challenge goals with our Kids Bowl Free Summer Bowling Program. Children 18 and younger can sign up to receive two free games of bowling per day from May 30 to Sept. 5. School employees and teachers also can bowl free by showing their school id to receive a summer pass. Last year, we registered more than 8,000 participants at Holiday Lanes and gave more than 25,000 free games of bowling to the community.
Bowling is a great way to stay active. Bowling 2 games exercises 184 muscles and burns approximately 320 - 580 calories! All you need is a desire to get active (or increase your current activity level). It's not just for kids, adults can participate too.
Sign up now at www.kidsbowlfree.com/HolidayLanesLA and make bowling a part of your physical activity daily routine. To find out more about how to earn your Presidential Active Lifestyle Award, go to http://www.presidentschallenge.org
We hope you are up for the challenge. Let us know when you earn your award. We want to brag about you!
High School Bowling
Holiday Lanes is home to Bossier and Caddo Parish High School Varsity Bowling. The competitive bowling season begins in mid-January with a jamboree and goes through Spring Break. Meets are held twice a week. The competition is great, so come out and support your team! Admission is free.
Bowling is a LHSAA commissioned high school sport and opens opportunities for students to participate in individual and team competition, as well as provide scholarships for college. Local high schools with varsity bowling teams are Airline, Loyola, Parkway, Benton, Bossier, Haughton, C.E. Byrd, Captain Shreve and Minden. High School bowlers do earn letterman jackets in the sport. Each member of these bowling teams represent not only their schools, but the Shreveport-Bossier Community. Any high school interested in starting a Varsity Bowling Team please contact our Regional High School Director, Cheryl LaCour-Reine 318-746-7331 or email Cheryl@bowlholidaylanes.com.
Holiday Lanes is committed to every Louisiana student learning how to bowl in PE class. In-school bowling (Bowlers Ed) is a program designed specifically for P.E. teachers with a multi-disiplinary curriculum, free for schools to teach bowling in their school gyms.