Reflector Photos by Joe Centers
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Take it easy "Big Ern". Dont wanna get "Munsoned".
If these lanes are so bad why don't you just go bowling at maple leaf lanes instead! Only the best bowlers can handle Kenilee.
What a great event for the teens. Good, clean fun! A wonderful tradition.
Thank you Ehovemom!
You would think 3.50 is alot, but its not, bowl here in Sandusky, its 5 bucks a game. And Kenilee is 1 of the oldest area alleys around, it's just a piece of history and nice that those people still keep it open, for us newer generation of bowlers to see how things were back in the olden days !..Still hand oiled also!
What are they doing in pitcher 16? Throwing leftover hot dogs in pot holes?
it is nice to see John Wade looking so good.. keep it up...I am glad that they had this type of even , something casual for the kids to enjoy, But, if I were Doug Berry I would be a little miffed. I mean after the health inspector crucified him for every violation, even the very minor ones, then to see here where I see so many blatant violations taking place, and not only is no one hiding them, but they are displaying them for everyone, including the health department to see. I know, lighten up, just enjoy this as something good for the kids, but imagine if some food borne organism were to contaminate the food here, possibly through the winter gloves???or any other number of violations, and the entire team would come down with it,imagine how upset the parents would be that their kids were not protected...I have to say that I also see so many violations of this type, when the good Samaritans fix the Thanksgiving meal for the needy, so many cooks without hair restraints, no gloves on their hands , using bare hands to pick up food, etc, again, I appreciate these good deeds, I would feel so much better though, if the health codes were followed, all of the time especially from people who work with food for a living..If the Salvation Army can feed so many people and still obey the health codes, then I think everyone can
Just so you know Swiss..this a tailgate party..You going to the Cleveland games and tell them to put gloves on? How about the graduation parties? If the bowling alley supplied all the food, drinks etc for the tailgateparty then he should have gloves and hair restraints. But as for everything else, he can do what's called time instead of tempurature. This means he has 4 hrs that the food can sit out and doesn't need ice or heaters or anything. Before you spout off about something, make sure you know. It is EXTREMELY difficult to make someone ill and you pretty much have to do it. I have a very good friend that is a Chef so I can tell you things he has explained to me.
"WASP" just so you know, this might be called a "tailgate party" but in case you missed it, there is a big yellow SCHOOL BUS visible in a couple of pictures, therefore it seems that keeping the students safe and the food that the y eat safe as well, should be a priority...If, in fact , this would have been a party at a friends house , with no school affiliation, then I would agree with you, BUT in this case, it seems to be a fun outing, put on through the school, involving the kids that the parents expect will be supervised and every safety standard required will be followed..You would never expect to walk into the school cafeteria, and see people wearing "winter gloves" on, serving food.I am guessing, that this "party" was put on, during school hours, but even if it were not, your comparison to a Cleveland game, or tailgate or graduation party, is not an equal comparison, unless you were to see school buses deliver the students to such Cleveland games and graduating parties.We either have health standards that are expected to be followed, or we don't.. You and I both know that we do have them, so I would expect anything connected to a school function, would follow them, always!
Again Swiss..this wasn't in a cafe or anything like that. It was not (by looks, anyways) put out by any restaurant, ect. Just because you think they should do this or that, in fact no laws were broke. Whether it be health laws, state laws or any other law. Even if you believe they should not wear winter glove that is up to whoever is serving, etc. So you can rant and rave all you want. They were having a tailgate party that isn't governed by health rules. Put the soap box away. And yes- you do see school busses at other sports games and yes it was a good comparison.The health rules do not govern these type of venues. Period. If they were to be followed at venues such as these then all tailgate parties at Cleveland stadium would be broke up and you and Aunt Martha couldn't have your church potluck either.
OK Forrest... stupid is as stupid does!!!
Finally you realized this had NOTHING to do with any laws being broken or needing to be governed by big brother. Figured by the second time you'd understand it. I typed r..e..a..l.. s..l..o..w.. so you could follow. Seems to have worked for ya.Good job there Swiffy ole boy..new you could do it..
you are mistaken.. and all you have to do is make copies available to the health department, and even without being at the event, I promise you that health codes were broken...
I am not mistaken. This is considered an event or function not governed by any health laws. They can or you can give suggestions but there are no laws broken here since it was not run by a "legitimate" restaurant or food establishment. You're mistaken and think big brother should step in an regulate everything. Get over it, you have no clue what you're talking about.
As far as the condition of the bowling alley .. I'd like to know if the condition has improved over the last few years, the last time I bowled there, the ball return took a chunk out of my ball and the staff was rude, very unapologetic, and took no responsibility for the fact that their equipment damaged mine.
I hope that if the schools are using Kenilee, they've done some work with their equipment.
I have been bowling a lot of years and every ball gets nicks and such no matter where you bowl. I have had chunks taken out of balls too weather it's Kenilee or any other bowling alley. When you are throwing something like a bowling ball at objects such as bowling pins that sit in a machine theses things can happen. Nobody ever thinks of the wear and tear that our bowling balls cause to the machines over the constant pounding night after night weather it's leagues or open play. You don't hear the owners complaining about the cost they have in repairs to keep them running night after night, and some of those parts are not cheap! This bowling alley has been around since the early 1930's and has outlast several others that have come and gone since, so keep up the good work of this o'l place and don't pay any attention to the haters!
I too have bowled for many years in many different bowling centers in many different tournaments, leagues, and open play.
I completely agree that bowling balls get nicks, scratches, grooves, dings from wherever you bowl, but getting a chunk the size of a quarter ripped out of your bowling ball is not normal.
Cost of repairing the equipment = cost of doing business
And for the record, I wasn't 'hatin', I was asking a question?