Preregister for the Austin Gamblers GLBT Bowling League!

Attention, Austin. The Austin Gamblers GLBT bowling league commences its 21st season this fall, and, specifically, they are looking for those of you who consider yourselves to be: G, L, B, T, all of the above, none of the above, or just really good bowlers. You don't even have to be a good bowler; you just have to have a passion for big balls and high impact.

Oh … and it's not free. The Austin Gamblers league runs for 32 weeks. All the ball-busting you can handle will cost you $14 per week, plus a one-time United States Bowling Congress membership fee of $18. And, of course, a portion of the league's proceeds will be donated to local nonprofit GLBT organizations.

There will be a general membership meeting tonight (Tuesday, Aug. 28) at 8:30pm, at Dart Bowl, 5700 Grover Ave. Even if you miss the meeting, you can still preregister by e-mailing the league secretary, Steve Schoendienst, at or by calling him at 833-8103. But hurry! The first night of bowling starts Tuesday, Sept. 4, at 8:30pm. All events will be held at Dart Bowl.

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