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Casey Robitaille

Casey-Robitaille Once again another 400 Game at Willowbrook Lanes. Casey Robitaille who is a YBC Bowler, but bowled the 415 game during the Thursday night Classic League

Brandon Kirk

brandon-kirk-425 Brandon Kirk (YBC) bowler from  Willowbrook Lanes bowled a 425 game during the 52nd Junior Pacific Coast Tournament, with a high game breaking a record after 33 years ( 425)

Congratulations Brandon

Randy Lockhart (YBC) Youth Bowling Sponsor



With such a creative Imagination in my mind.
My art is unique, original, and one of a kind.

As an artist, I have so much love and talent to give.
And it will shine through forever, as long as I shall live.

When I’m drawing or painting, I’m in my safe place and feel happy and free.
I thank you Lord for every thing, especially for the artist, the artist in me.

Poem by Pj LockhArt



“Just Imagine”: four blind and vision-impaired international artists at the Kelowna Art Gallery

The exhibition“Just Imagine” at the Kelowna (British Columbia, Canada) Art Gallery opening on 12 January 2013 and running through 17 March 2013, brings together the work of four blind and vision-impaired artists in a show that will certainly engage Kelowna audiences. Curated by blind local artist Ruth Bieber, the exhibition intends to explore what it means to be human and the innumerous ways in which people respond to the world around them, thus creating a conversation about how humans see and perceive.

“Just Imagine” highlights the work and methods of artists Bruce Horak, Busser Howell, PJ Lockhart and Eriko Watanabe. They all explore the idea that, once get past the typical notions of “seeing”, the potential for artistic and creative expression is limitless. “What I intend to do through drawing is to transfer what I perceive with my senses using dots, lines and surfaces. These include tastes, smells, touch, the flow of time, temperature,  space, emotions, atmosphere, feelings, fantasies, ideas, and even my own imagination of colours and light,” explains Germanbased Eriko Watanabe in her artist’s statement about her raisedline drawings. A piece comprised of over 200 portraits by Calgary-based artist Bruce Horak, titled The Way I See It will be featured in the show and offers a glimpse at the answer to the often asked question “What do you see?” Also New York-based artist Busser Howell explores the vein of expressionist abstraction in painting, and local resident PJ Lockhart is a prolific, self-taught artist who creates multimedia abstract work, incorporating everything from cell phones to hair gel.

Some artworks are available to touch. A brochure to accompany the show will be produced in both text and Braille, and the labels of artworks will be displayed in both large print and in Braille.

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Provincial 400 Club

meagan-400-club Meagan Gallicano
The majority of my 22 years of life I have spent on the lanes. Whether it be participating in countless tournaments across the country, or teaching new youth bowlers all that I have learned over the past 19 years.

Bowling has always run in my family. My grandmother introduced my mother, who ultimately met my father at a bowling alley. It was in my blood. At age three I was already badgering my parents as to the next time I would get to go throw some balls at those five little pins. You never heard a complaint from either of them though, especially not from my biggest fan – my mom.

Every Saturday morning for league, from every tiny insignificant tournament to every national stage event, she was in the stands cheering louder than an entire crowd. When I shot the first big game, I was disappointed at my lack of excitement, because the stands were too quiet. Not due to a lack of spectators by any means, but because my cheerleader wasn’t there.


My mom passed away in June 2011, and bowling just hadn’t been the same for me since. That is, until I realized just how much I had learned, grown and gained from the sport. She had introduced me to a world where no matter how short or tall, big or small, or even how many times you’ve travelled around the sun, the sport of bowling can always be fun.

I’ve travelled the country and met unbelievable people all as dedicated to the sport as I am. Every one of those people and experiences solidify exactly why I can never abandon the sport. The lanes are a second home to me. Ten days later, when I threw that 11th strike, I picked up my ball and stood on that lane shaking like a leaf. All I could think of was my mom, and how she would be so proud of me.

And of course to “just keep it on the lane”! That’s all that mattered. No, it wasn’t a perfect game, and of course I wish it was, but as i walked off the lane to a chorus of applause and my bowling family wrapped their arms around me in a congratulatory embrace , i looked to the stands. Instead of feeling empty because my mother wasn’t there, I was euphoric because I finally realized my biggest fan was just cheering from a higher section. To my number one cheerleader – love you mom.

YBC Bowling

jackson-400-clubJackson Reynolds
17 year old bowler from Abbotsford.
I’ve been bowling since 2004.
I work at Galaxy Bowl Lanes in Abbotsford.
I’ve been bowling at Galaxy since I started in 2004, and this year 2012 I switched houses to Willowbrook Lanes and I bowled my first and only 400 game there, it was a 407 during YBC.

Hoping to win lots of tournaments and hit some more milestones this year :)

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YBC Sponsors

www.canadahost.ca  proudly Sponsoring Willowbrook Lanes YBC and
Youth Bowlers. Also sponsoring “Bowler of the Month” and “Bowler of the Year Tournament”.


Willowbrook Lanes


Paying It Forward – Our company www.canadahost.ca  has become a proud supporter of the Willowbrook Lanes Y.B.C. Bowling Program In Langley BC.

It is our company goal to support as many kids as we can through our support program to assist qualifying families with kids that would like to bowl in the Y.B.C. program, but just can’t afford it.

Canadahost will provide funds to the Y.B.C. Program each month to assist qualifying families faced with financial hardship to register their child in the Y.B.C. Program and an additional $10.00 from each of our hosting packages will also go towards providing great prizes to be awarded at the end of the bowling season to the BOWLER OF THE YEAR.

The Y.B.C. Program is designed for youths age 3 to 19 years old!

Smurfs (ages 3 to 5)
Peewees (ages 6 to7)
Bantams (ages 8 to 10)
Juniors (ages 11 to 13)
Seniors (ages 14 to 19)

All Kids that qualify will have the opportunity of 5 pin bowling each week and throughout the season kids can compete in tournaments, special activities and functions offered at Willowbrook Lanes. Visit their website for more information CLICK HERE

For more information regarding the Y.B.C. program please call Willowbrook Lanes at 604-533-2695 or email them at thelanes@shaw.ca
Don’t let your kids miss out on an opportunity to bowl because of financial hardship, after all Bowling is a LIFE SKILL and becomes a recreation and sport that they can enjoy well beyond their youth

March 9 2012 marked our 20th anniversary for providing online services to our many clients, and we are very fortunate to be able to put a Support program in place for the Willowbrook Lanes Y.B.C. Program.

Please help us by showing your support and donate funds to the Willowbrook Lanes Youth Bowling on behalf of canadahost.ca

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Randy Lockhart

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