HISTORY

The North Los Angeles USBC (NLAC USBC) was newly chartered May 1, 2006. The following associations were merged together to make one local association: Los Angeles Bowling Association (LABA), San Fernando Valley Women’s Bowling Association (SFVWBA), San Fernando Valley Youth Bowling Association (SFVYBA) and the Santa Monica Women’s Bowling Association (SMWBA).

In 2014, NLAC USBC acquired the youth members from Ventura County Youth Bowling Association when their organization folded. This included the centers of Buena Lanes, Harley’s Camarillo Lanes, Harley’s Simi Lanes and Harley’s Valley Bowl.

In 2016, NLAC USBC acquired the members from the Antelope Valley USBC when their organization was dissolved. This included the centers of Bowlero Lancaster (formerly Brunswick Sands Bowl) and Bowlero Palmdale (formerly Brunswick Vista Lanes).


Los Angeles Bowling Association: 1935–2006
Santa Monica Women’s Bowling Association: 1947–2006
San Fernando Valley Women’s Bowling Association: 1955–2006
San Fernando Valley Youth Bowling Association: –2006
Ventura County Youth Bowling Association: –2014
Antelope Valley USBC: –2016

PAST LOCAL ASSOCIATION CENTERS

As of 2006

SAN FERNANDO VALLEY WBA AMF Woodlake
Brunswick Matador Bowl
Canoga Park Bowl
Corbin Bowl
Jewel City Bowl
Mission Hills Bowl
Pickwick Bowl
Pinz
Rocket Lanes
Santa Clarita Lanes
Valencia Lanes
SANTA MONICA WBA Bay Shore Bowl
LOS ANGELES BA All-Star Lanes
AMF Bay Shore
AMF El Dorado*
AMF Woodlake
AMF Mar-Vista
AMF Midtown
Brunswick Matador Bowl
Canoga Park Bowl
Corbin Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Jewel City Bowl
Pickwick Bowl
Pinz
Rocket Lanes
Santa Clarita Lanes
Shatto “39”
Valencia Lanes
LOS ANGELES WBA All-Star Lanes
AMF El Dorado
AMF Mar-Vista
AMF Midtown
AMF Bowl-O-Drome
AMF Cerritos
AMF El Dorado*
Cal Bowl
Del Rio Lanes
Gable House Bowl
Gage Bowl
Gardena Bowl
Holiday Bowl
Keystone Lanes
Palos Verdes Bowl

LABA 1980 Bowling Centers – 45 total

 

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