It is very disheartening that a prestigious club would support their member in discrediting a local business, Stockton Lanes, in his own personal vendetta against the owners. That particular evening is missing a few details. 1. The video games could not be played anymore as there was a pool tournament beginning...Those are the rules. 2. Cancer. The owner's whole family has fought cancer, even himself. He doesn't focus on cancer; he believes in living life instead. This club took in money for his grandson who had cancer, on a quilt donated by a league bowler that was raffled to help the family financially and then they had the audacity to ask for the money back? Please explain that one. Sir, you are way out of line with your comments. As a lifetime member of another club that has fundraisers with yours, please note this will not go unaddressed. I have not said your name or the name of the clubs, but this kind of conduct will not be tolerated nor excused. Stockton Lanes is a family-owned, respectable business that loves kids and gives to the community. They serve delicious home-style food, not your typical bowling alley food. It is places like this that keep the community alive and thriving. Stockton needs these businesses and, sir, your club needs these businesses, as well.
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