RCSC bowling centers opening for cardholders

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 9/1/20

The Recreation Centers of Sun City announced the reopening of it bowling facilities, for RCSC cardholders only and with several guidelines in place.

Prior to entering RCSC facilities, RCSC has …

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RCSC bowling centers opening for cardholders


The Recreation Centers of Sun City announced the reopening of its bowling facilities for RCSC cardholders only and with several guidelines in place.

Prior to entering its facilities, RCSC has implemented COVID-19 symptom screening with signage. Visitors should read and evaluate whether they meet the criteria to enter these facilities. Anyone with potential symptoms may not enter RCSC facilities, and high-risk individuals should remain at home.

Hand sanitizer is required upon entry to all RCSC facilities and offices. Users may use the sanitizer provided by RCSC. Bowling centers will be closed for sanitation 2-3 p.m. daily.

No guests or visitors are allowed and all customers must individually display their RCSC member or privilege cards to verify eligibility. There are no exceptions and key fobs are not accepted.

In addition to no league play at this time, a limited number of users may be permitted at one time; once capacity has been reached, individuals may be asked to return later as no congregating is allowed.

Face masks — cloth, fabric or other permeable material — are required and must be worn over the mouth and nose, affixed either over the ears or tied around the head.

Every other lane will be open, with only three bowlers allowed per lane, and a 6 feet of physical distancing is required, regardless if visitors are in the same family (excluding an occasional situation when such is not possible).

No use of concourse tables and chairs is allowed, and cardholders are required to sanitize before and after use of every RCSC piece of equipment, including seating, counters and tables, using the sanitation method provided by RCSC.

All games must be prepaid (maximum three games per person), using only credit cards; no cash will be accepted for payment.

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