Attracting Youth

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  • “I said, ‘Well we don’t have to wait till we’re old to lawn bowl.’ So he took the lessons first and I followed and we’ve been here ever since. I was on the national team for Canada for 20 years. I’ve played all over the world,” said Pituley, who has now been a member of the Regina Lawn Bowling Club for 32 years
  • Jordan Kos is one of these young people. She was introduced to the Regina Lawn Bowling Club at age seven and now, at 18, has competed internationally and will be heading to Australia next month for the Asia Pacific Championships as part of Team Canada
  • “That’s kind of the purpose behind B Cubed is to get the young professionals involved and thinking, ‘Oh we can do this, it’s not just for old people.’ So we’re still trying to break that stigma,”

Read the entire Regina Leader Post story at this link.