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The MAUSBCYA board had a meeting today at Auburn Lanes (9/17/17). A youth bowler came in to discuss a proposed dress code change after a petition had been going around through Facebook. After board consideration, we have OFFICIALLY changed the dress code and we will ADHERE to the following:
(beginning at first tournament on 11/5/17)
Bowlers MUST WEAR a center or league issued shirt, collared shirt, USBC youth jersey, mock collared shirt or USBC apparel, slacks or jeans with NO holes and WORN at the waist. Shorts or skirts/skorts must be BELOW the competitor’s fingertips when they are standing and their arms are hanging loosely at their sides. Bowlers may not wear cotton t-shirts, sweatshirts, halter tops, spaghetti strap tops or headgear (unless medically necessary with a doctor’s note), no spandex or leggings, jeans with holes, sweatpants, warm up pants or fleece, athletic shorts, pajama or lounge pants. All bowlers must meet the requirements of USBC rule 301B Youth.
Any bowler found not abiding by the dress code, will be removed from the tournament.
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***BOWLERS, PARENTS & PROGRAM DIRECTORS***
The MAUSBCYA board works very hard on preparing tournaments for our children. Please be respectful of time constraints. We require all bowlers to be at the tournament site 1 hour prior to scheduled tournament time, unless application/confirmations state otherwise. Confirmations of times and dates are sent out well before tournaments. If there is an issue or you cannot be there, please make sure someone is notified immediately (member of the team, your program director, the bowling center or the tournament director). We must make the necessary changes prior to the tournament start time as it is unfair to hold up the rest of the tournament bowlers. If we all work together, we can achieve success!
Thank you for your attention in this matter.
ALL ASSOCIATION MANAGERS:
January 1st averages must be submitted before any State Tournaments applications can be processed.
Our current board consists of five officers, nine directors and several youth reps. We as a board come from different parts of the state, have a broad spectrum of personalities and have a range of bowling experience. Our board is a dedicated group who meets on different occasions to come up with fun and exciting ways to promote our youth and future bowlers. The Massachusetts State USBC board offers many tournaments and awards throughout the year.
We welcome all children from the ages of 3-19. We teach and encourage fun and friendly competition while enforcing sportsmanship.