Life Skills Inc. has introduced a new service that will train the next generation of life skills athletes.
The company’s Life Skills Bowling Green will offer classes from June through August, and it will be offered on two floors at the Green.
The first floor will be used for classes, while the second floor will house the bowling lanes, equipment, equipment maintenance, and a catering service.
The service, which is also a one-year pilot, will offer basic training and also include life skills classes that include bowling, ballroom dancing, and the skills required to prepare for an upcoming tournament.
“The goal is to have students learn the skills they need to be successful in life,” said Mike Pappas, CEO of Life Skills.
“We know it takes more than just a job to get into the life skills business.
It takes hard work, dedication, and perseverance.”
Life Skills has received funding from the U.S. Department of Education to create the program.
In addition to Life Skills bowling Green, the company also offers the Life Skills Learning Center, Life Skills Life Skills Training, Life Skill Fitness, and Life Skills Gym.
The first three floors will be open to the public from June 21 through August 24, and there will be a sixth floor open for the first week of September.