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A Little About Us
845 N. Van Dyke - Bad Axe, MI 48413    989-269-9581
Located Right Next to McDonalds Restaurant
Our Head High School Bowling Coach, John Guigar Sr., received the distinguished Honor of being named the MHSAA Division IV High School Bowling Coach of the Year for the 2013-2014 Season. He puts in many hours coaching the kids not only during practice times, but also on the side. He takes the time to come up on Saturdays to help with the Youth Program as well. Congratulations John on a Title Well Deserved!!
The 2017-2018 BAHS Boys Bowling Team with Coach Earl Kuhn. 
The 2017-2018 BAHS Girls Bowling Team with Coach John Guigar Sr.
We LOVE having groups here!! This is a Thank You Card from the Girl Scouts.
We take bowling outside of the bowling alley. Here, Cathy Heleski and Miss Therese are working with the children at the Family Fun Day that was held at the Faith Gospel Tabernacle.
Over the Past Years we have opened our hearts and doors to the following Organizations: 
The Huron County 4-H Groups
Big Brothers
The Cass City Peer to Peer Group
The Children's Miracle Network
Cornerstone Ministries
Courtney Manor
The Elkton Softball Teams
Family Support
The Huron Medical Care Facility
Parks and Rec
Relay For Life of Huron County
Special Olympics of Huron County
Girl Scouts 
Walk for Warmth
Over the Past Years we have enjoyed working with the following School Organizations, either through fun days or 
by holding fundraisers:
The NEMSCA Bad Axe Head Start Program
Bad Axe High School Bowling Program
Bad Axe High School Softball Program
Bad Axe Middle School Quiz Bowl Team
Kipper School
Addams School
Big Burning School
Church School
Lakers High School Volleyball Team
Lakers High School Bowling Team
The Learning Center
Zion Lutheran School
Bad Axe Junior High Physical Education Dept.
St. Anthony's Youth
St. Columbkille Youth
St. Paul's Youth
Verona School
Our Saturday Youth League, along with Miss Davina, enjoy dressing up for their Halloween Party.
On October 6th, 2018... after 13 years, Cathy Heleski handed over her keys to the new owner Mark Rolfe.