Fri May 29, 2020

Buying a piece of their childhood: Bowling pins find new homes

Robin Kramer talking with customers Saturday at the N.C. Pecan Harvest Festival.
By Diana Matthews

Posted on: 11.8.2019 at 03:00 p.m. |

Among the craft, food and housewares vendors lining South Madison Street at the N.C. Pecan Harvest Festival on Saturday was a table selling an unusual souvenir: used bowling pins from the former 701 Lanes.

Proceeds from the sales will be donated to create “Shelley’s Music Room” at Kate’s

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