The Adirondack USBC Annual Meeting will be held on Sunday June 3, 2018 at Sweet Basil on Route 9 in Queensbury beginning at 11:00am.  The meeting is open to all Adirondack USBC certified members and their guests.  The meeting will feature Hall of Fame inductions, youth scholarship presentations, election of directors and a luncheon buffet featuring prime rib, chicken parm and other selections. 

Reserve your seat by May 23, 2018.  Tickets are only $10 per person.  $15 per person after May 23.  Tickets will be sold at the door.

In addition, the membership will be asked to cast votes on two bylaw changes during the meeting.  The proposed amendments relate to election of officers and membership & dues.  The changes are merely in the language of the existing bylaws so that they are easier to understand.  Click the link below to view the existing bylaws and the proposed changes.

The general membership will cast votes for directors at this meeting.  Please see the link below to view the slate that is being presented by the nominating committee.


For more information and to reserve your spot please contact:

Karen Lawson at (518)654-2296   

​​The Adirondack USBC story...

Representatives of the Glens Falls Bowling Association, Glens Falls Women's Bowling Association,  Saratoga Springs Women's Bowling Association, and Glens Falls Area Youth Association met in the fall of 2010 to discuss merging. Three subsequent meetings were held to finalize the many details of a tentative budget and by-laws. On May 22 2011, an open meeting was held where the purposes of merging were discussed. The body voted to approve the merger, by-laws, and budget. Then elections were held. Immediately after that meeting, a Board meeting was held to select a President and Vice President and to hire an association manager and establish committees. Over the summer, the former organizations were dissolved and the Adirondack USBC was chartered and incorporated to service the roughly 3,000 certified adult and youth members bowling in the then 11 centers (190 lanes) in its jurisdiction that spans a geographic area including Ticonderoga, Lake George, Granville, Glens Falls, Hudson Falls, Fort Edward, Saratoga and Mineville.

The Adirondack USBC Board, staff, and volunteers look forward to hosting successful  Open, Womens, and Youth Tournaments in the current season.

See you soon!