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April 28, 2008

Albany-  Nine months from now the All American Fun Park will open a new avenue for fun in Albany. The first shoves of dirt were turned today on the Fun Park's new bowling center. The park tore down it's batting cages to put in the new 16 lane state of the art bowling center.

The lanes will include all new Brunswick equipment and will be covered with special paint to glow under black lights for cosmic bowling. It alleys will be equipped to help even the youngest bowler have fun.

"The lanes are going to be set up so if you need rails and you're bowling with a small child, the rails pop up for that child and as so as they're through bowling they'll go back down," said Buddie Blackwell, All American Fun Park General Manager.

Once the bowling center is complete, they'll add three batting cages on the property.

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