Long Closed Bowling Alley Re-Opens

By Maureen Mespell

September 1, 2011 Updated Sep 1, 2011 at 9:53 PM EST

DECATUR, Ind. (Indiana’s NewsCenter) -- Residents in Decatur can once again agonize over a 7-10 split.

City leaders celebrated the re-opening of the only bowling alley, there with a ribbon cutting Thursday.

Villa Lanes and the attached restaurant Molly's Place are renovated and open. The facility was closed three years ago because of financial hardship.

Mike Miller, General Manager Villa Lanes, “We really want to make this a full recreation center for the community and something for all ages to enjoy and participate in.”

The 20 lane fun center also has four private lanes for parties, a banquet hall, and an arcade.




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