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California Lanes and Robbie D's Bar and Grill is set for its fall bowling leagues to begin.

Rob Rimel, the owner of the bowling alley, said leagues are set to work the same way they usually do this season.

"We are doing the normal leagues, no problem," Rimel said.

The number of people on a team depends on each night, Rimel said, and anyone can sign up. The leagues started this past week.

"Each night is kind of different," Rimel said. "Monday nights, there is four (people to a team), Tuesdays, there's five, Wednesdays, there's three. It depends on how many is on a team each night."

Rimel said getting involved is easy for any who decide they'd like to participate.

"Anybody can sign up — you just (have) to buy a USBC (United States Bowling Congress) card whenever you bowl your first night," Rimel said. "After that, we can just take off."

Rimel said depending on how many games happen each night, the league's seasons can go from 32 to 36 weeks.

There are awards at the end of the season. Rimel said each team gets paid back according to how many wins they had throughout the season. There are also awards for the top bowler, highest average, high game and high series for the year.

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