Lawn bowling slate set for summer 2014

The Cowichan Lawn Bowling Club has announced a busy schedule for summer 2014.

Events at the club get under way in June with the Ken Armour Tournament on June 7 and 8, followed by the Women’s Two Bowl 6-Pack on June 10 and 11.

July will begin with the traditional Canada Day Jitney on July 1. The Men’s Singles Tournament will go on July 8 and 9, followed by the Women’s Singles Tournament on July 15 and 16.

The lone event on the slate for August is the Club Mixed Pairs Tournament on Aug. 28 and 29.

The Cowichan Lawn Bowling Club is located in Duncan’s Centennial Park at the end of First Street.

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