Since February 1960 Country Club Lanes has been a community gathering place--for bowling, arcade games, food and drink, Lazer Tag and community meetings such as the monthly Sheriff's Meeting. The building was designed by Powers, Daly and De Rosa, a Southern California architecture firm that specialized in elaborate midcentury bowling emporiums. As time has passed and communities have evolved, only a few of these iconic structures remain. While there have been, and are, efforts to preserve them elsewhere, Country Club Lanes remains in active use serving the community the way it always has. Where else can you find so many family and community-oriented functions under one roof? And what a roof it is!