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Dale's Weston Lanes owner expands bowling empire to Marathon

10:52 PM, May 8, 2013
Worker AJ Wysocki of Wausau carries two buckets of items from the bowling alley under construction April 24at Marathon City Sports Center in Marathon.
Worker AJ Wysocki of Wausau carries two buckets of items from the bowling alley under construction April 24at Marathon City Sports Center in Marathon.
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Residents once again will hear the crack of bowling balls striking pins in Marathon starting this summer.

Dale Elliott, owner of Dale's Weston Lanes, and Tom Heise, owner of Custom Meats of Marathon, are in the middle of a $150,000 renovation of the eight-lane bowling alley at the top of the hill on Highway 107. Heise owns the property and the building, and Elliott owns the actual bowling business, to be called Marathon City Sports Center.

The lot includes an outdoor baseball diamond and a volleyball court, where Elliott plans to host tournaments, and an outdoor pavilion and tiki bar. The alley ...

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