2017-11-02 / Front Page

One last time

Vacationland opens for fundraiser



Above, from left, Renee Dusch, Isaac Dusch, Liam Sheff and Max Massey enjoy what is most likely the last time members of the public would be able to viasit Vacationland Bowling. Claire and Bert Dube, right, former owners of Vacationland Bowling, attended the fundraiser for One America Appeal Friday, Oct. 27, which will help victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Vacationland Bowling is now owned by Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, which hosted the event. The car dealership is actively looking for anyone interested purchasing the equipment left at Vacationland Bowling. The bowling alley is expected to be used as either storage or another showroom. The Dube’s opened Vacationland Bowling together in 1983 and are now retired. (Grant McPherson photos) Above, from left, Renee Dusch, Isaac Dusch, Liam Sheff and Max Massey enjoy what is most likely the last time members of the public would be able to viasit Vacationland Bowling. Claire and Bert Dube, right, former owners of Vacationland Bowling, attended the fundraiser for One America Appeal Friday, Oct. 27, which will help victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Vacationland Bowling is now owned by Southern Maine Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, which hosted the event. The car dealership is actively looking for anyone interested purchasing the equipment left at Vacationland Bowling. The bowling alley is expected to be used as either storage or another showroom. The Dube’s opened Vacationland Bowling together in 1983 and are now retired. (Grant McPherson photos)

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