Kids are getting a chance to bowl strikes after school.
South Jefferson Lanes in Adams has opened for students from all districts to bowl three games at a discount rate.
The bowling alley's manager says it seems as though bowling is becoming a thing of the past. He wants to get kids away from technology and back into the traditional sport of bowling.
"Getting kids introduced to bowling, something besides being on the computer or phone after school. Just trying to get more business because our future depends on young bowlers. There's less and less of them all the time, so we're just trying to get more involved," said Dann Venton, manager.
The bowlers meet every Thursday after school for $6 each day. All a student has to do is show up to join.