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Cape Ann Lanes lures new players

Updated: Nov 18, 2018

New owners making changes at 40-year-old bowling center Joann McKenzie, Gloucester Daily Times May 22, 2017

Some things about bowling will never change. There will always be 10 pins at the end of the alley, and the sport will always be family friendly.

But what lures bowlers to the lanes is changing, even if the lanes themselves aren’t. Case in point? Cape Ann Lanes, a Gloucester Avenue candlepin landmark for more than 40 years. Last October, Caitlin and Nick Pszenny held their wedding reception there, and by all accounts, the guests were bowled over. Three months later, the couple — together with the groom’s uncle Jim Frontiero — bought the place. Continue reading here...

Owners, Jim Frontiero, Nic Pszenny & Caiitlin Pszenny

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