Imagine starting your morning off with a round of golf and then ending your day with a fun evening of bowling. The 20th annual Kelly Osborn Casino Bowling Memorial Fundraiser will be held Saturday, Sept. 2 at Fountain Bowl, 17110 Brookhurst St. Kelly, the daughter of Dave Osborn, Fountain Bowl’s co-president, was killed in an automobile accident inKelly, the daughter of Dave Osborn, Fountain Bowl’s co-president, was killed in an automobile accident in July, 1996, at the age of 19.
This Saturday is a busy day in Fountain Valley. Where do I even begin? For starters, the Kiwanis Club of Fountain Valley and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley will team up for the ninth annual “Pins for Kids” bowling tournament at Fountain Bowl. There’s room for 60 teams of four bowlers. By participating, you can help provide before- and after- school care, full day programs during summer and school holidays, sports leagues and more at the Boys & Girls Clubs.
This is a year of milestones in Fountain Valley’s history. The city marked its 60th year of incorporation on June 13, and to celebrate, a parade is planned for this Saturday on Heil Avenue between Magnolia and Brookhurst streets. The parade starts at 9 a.m. and will feature more than 80 entries. The Fountain Valley Police Department will celebrate its 50th anniversary on Saturday, July 1 with an open house at the police station.
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