Retro Bowl

★★★☆☆

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What can I say about Retro Bowl in Liberty? I used to work there, even when Ashley B was employed there. It was a fun place to work, but the way that Bob and Margie did some things I didn't. But who likes everything their boss does? As far as I know the money raised for Ashley went to Ashley, I even put in half of my tips every-time I work. I couldn't tell u for sure because I quit about a couple months after Ashley's event. I truly think Bob and Margie's heart was in the right place. We loved and cared about Ashley and we all just wanted to help! Beside that I think Retro Bowl is an alright place to have fun, but it's also almost the only thing to do in Liberty, MO.

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What can I say about Retro Bowl in Liberty? I used to work there, even when Ashley B was employed there. It was a fun place to work, but the way that Bob and Margie did some things I didn't. But who likes everything their boss does? As far as I know the money raised for Ashley went to Ashley, I even put in half of my tips every-time I work. I couldn't tell u for sure because I quit about a couple months after Ashley's event. I truly think Bob and Margie's heart was in the right place. We loved and cared about Ashley and we all just wanted to help! Beside that I think Retro Bowl is an alright place to have fun, but it's also almost the only thing to do in Liberty, MO.

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I love going to this place. They have good food. And the place is just awesome with their lights and the music. The employees are very nice and get you what you need.

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I love going to this place. They have good food. And the place is just awesome with their lights and the music. The employees are very nice and get you what you need.

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if any of Ashley's family checked they would find out that retro bowl in liberty, mo did just what they said they where going to do with the money they raised for Ashley. they paid KU and has a receipt that the money went to the hospital. it was not the intention for the business to support an employees family, but to help Ashley only. She has a dad and evidently an aunt in California a grandmother in Wyoming or Montana and other family members here that should of pulled together to help them, not an employer. As far as William, he was not fired from his job, he just quit showing up, instead he played in a band on the nights he was by Ashley's side. we wonder how she liked his music. P.S. Will was no where around Ashley when she had her attack. The owner of the bowling center had her in a back room, just the two of them, trying to get her to respond, when nothing was working the owner had another employee call for help. I guess her family also forgot the owners of Retro Bowl gave them $300.00 cash the first week Ashley was in the hospital

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if any of Ashley's family checked they would find out that retro bowl in liberty, mo did just what they said they where going to do with the money they raised for Ashley. they paid KU and has a receipt that the money went to the hospital. it was not the intention for the business to support an employees family, but to help Ashley only. She has a dad and evidently an aunt in California a grandmother in Wyoming or Montana and other family members here that should of pulled together to help them, not an employer. As far as William, he was not fired from his job, he just quit showing up, instead he played in a band on the nights he was by Ashley's side. we wonder how she liked his music. P.S. Will was no where around Ashley when she had her attack. The owner of the bowling center had her in a back room, just the two of them, trying to get her to respond, when nothing was working the owner had another employee call for help. I guess her family also forgot the owners of Retro Bowl gave them $300.00 cash the first week Ashley was in the hospital

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This June, my niece, Ashley and nephew, William were both employed at the local bowling alley. Now called ??Retro Bowl? They had worked there for at least two years, Will is the cook and Ashley waits tables, does the front desk and also cooks. She bowls on a Tuesday night league, at ??Retro Bowl? which is where she was on June 12, 2007. Ashley graduated in May from Liberty High School and enrolled at Maple Woods to pursue a career in Nursing.
Ashley and her friends were bowling and goofing around, as teenager do. Ashley developed a severe headache, so severe she was unable to continue bowling. Ashley told her boss, the owner and manager, Marge Stambursky of ??Retro Bowl? that she was ill. Stambursky allowed Ashley to lie down ??in the back? and continued handing out bowling shoes. Fortunately, Ashley??s older brother William was just completing his shift as cook and noticed the condition his sister was in, and had the good sense to call an ambulance.
Ashley was taken to the local hospital who transferred her by helicopter to the University Of Kansas Medical Center. Ashley was placed on life support. Drains were put into her brain to relieve the swelling. Ashley was in critical condition in the ICU at KUMC for 5 weeks before moving to rehab, which she has to have before she can undergo the brain surgery she needs to save her life.
The people Ashley worked for got on a band wagon with others who wanted to help Ashley. Robert and Marge Stambursky owners of ??Retro Bowl? even put up a picture of Ashley and collected funds on her behalf. This was even after they had dismissed William who had refused to leave her side while she lay in a coma. Ashley??s mother is single and supported her children as a clerk at Orsheln in Kearney. Williams??s salary from the bowling alley was sorely missed. At one time during the long hospital stay, Francie, Ashley??s mother was so short of funds she asked the bowling alley to give her Ashley??s final paycheck, they of course refused because they need permission form Ashley to release it. Ashley??s coma prevented this.
After waking from her coma, Ashley is starting over. In the beginning her challenge was learning to swallow, and then breathe. She has come along way and improves every day. They are home now; Ashley goes to rehabilitation three times a week. And so far the car has made it. Ashley can say simple words is starting to eat finger foods without assistance. Last week she took 20 steps with only minimal help.
While in the hospital, the rent and utilities got behind. The house the family rents on Pine Street in Liberty is owned by Larry and Maureen Braun, and on its best day hardly fit for humans. But the Boyers have lived there for over six years just to stay in the Liberty School District. They have learned to live with the floors falling in and the mold under the cabinets. They were living in the town they loved with the people they loved and the future was bright.
They have been served with eviction notice. I know that??s not moral, but can it be legal? So as Ashley and her family face strain, most of us will never know. They remember the funds at the bowling alley. Since many of both Ashley and Will friends frequent Retro Bowl and both have made numerous friends from the patrons while working there. This could be their short-term salvation.
Mrs. Boyer desperately contacts Marge Stambursky and asks about the funds. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stambursky refuse to release the funds to Ashley??s mother, telling her it was collected for Ashley, not to pay the family debt. They further tell her they will donate the entire amount to KUMC on Ashley??s behalf. Mrs. Boyer reminds them that the majority of Ashley??s hospital bill is fortunately covered by her fathers medical insurance, she reiterates the need is much more immediate. When Francie reminds them the signs asking for the contributions said the amount would be given to Ashley. The response was ??it was only a little sign and only a little money was given anyway.?
It is two days later and Larry Braun finally brought an old toilet over. It is covered with dirt and grass; maybe that is why it took so long to order it. The bowling alley has hired another cook and waitress. Let??s hope they don??t have illness in their family as Liberty Businesses don??t have ??Family Leave Acts?
The Boyers go to court in two weeks to be evicted. Do homeless shelters have room for wheelchairs? Where the gas money to make it to next weeks rehabilitation is coming from is still a mystery and it would be interesting to know if at ??Retro Bowl ??this month??s 300 burgers are being paid for from money intended for a desperate little Liberty girl who wants to be a nurse.
So I take back my opinion on people in Kansas City, I might as well stay in California!

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This June, my niece, Ashley and nephew, William were both employed at the local bowling alley. Now called ??Retro Bowl? They had worked there for at least two years, Will is the cook and Ashley waits tables, does the front desk and also cooks. She bowls on a Tuesday night league, at ??Retro Bowl? which is where she was on June 12, 2007. Ashley graduated in May from Liberty High School and enrolled at Maple Woods to pursue a career in Nursing.
Ashley and her friends were bowling and goofing around, as teenager do. Ashley developed a severe headache, so severe she was unable to continue bowling. Ashley told her boss, the owner and manager, Marge Stambursky of ??Retro Bowl? that she was ill. Stambursky allowed Ashley to lie down ??in the back? and continued handing out bowling shoes. Fortunately, Ashley??s older brother William was just completing his shift as cook and noticed the condition his sister was in, and had the good sense to call an ambulance.
Ashley was taken to the local hospital who transferred her by helicopter to the University Of Kansas Medical Center. Ashley was placed on life support. Drains were put into her brain to relieve the swelling. Ashley was in critical condition in the ICU at KUMC for 5 weeks before moving to rehab, which she has to have before she can undergo the brain surgery she needs to save her life.
The people Ashley worked for got on a band wagon with others who wanted to help Ashley. Robert and Marge Stambursky owners of ??Retro Bowl? even put up a picture of Ashley and collected funds on her behalf. This was even after they had dismissed William who had refused to leave her side while she lay in a coma. Ashley??s mother is single and supported her children as a clerk at Orsheln in Kearney. Williams??s salary from the bowling alley was sorely missed. At one time during the long hospital stay, Francie, Ashley??s mother was so short of funds she asked the bowling alley to give her Ashley??s final paycheck, they of course refused because they need permission form Ashley to release it. Ashley??s coma prevented this.
After waking from her coma, Ashley is starting over. In the beginning her challenge was learning to swallow, and then breathe. She has come along way and improves every day. They are home now; Ashley goes to rehabilitation three times a week. And so far the car has made it. Ashley can say simple words is starting to eat finger foods without assistance. Last week she took 20 steps with only minimal help.
While in the hospital, the rent and utilities got behind. The house the family rents on Pine Street in Liberty is owned by Larry and Maureen Braun, and on its best day hardly fit for humans. But the Boyers have lived there for over six years just to stay in the Liberty School District. They have learned to live with the floors falling in and the mold under the cabinets. They were living in the town they loved with the people they loved and the future was bright.
They have been served with eviction notice. I know that??s not moral, but can it be legal? So as Ashley and her family face strain, most of us will never know. They remember the funds at the bowling alley. Since many of both Ashley and Will friends frequent Retro Bowl and both have made numerous friends from the patrons while working there. This could be their short-term salvation.
Mrs. Boyer desperately contacts Marge Stambursky and asks about the funds. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stambursky refuse to release the funds to Ashley??s mother, telling her it was collected for Ashley, not to pay the family debt. They further tell her they will donate the entire amount to KUMC on Ashley??s behalf. Mrs. Boyer reminds them that the majority of Ashley??s hospital bill is fortunately covered by her fathers medical insurance, she reiterates the need is much more immediate. When Francie reminds them the signs asking for the contributions said the amount would be given to Ashley. The response was ??it was only a little sign and only a little money was given anyway.?
It is two days later and Larry Braun finally brought an old toilet over. It is covered with dirt and grass; maybe that is why it took so long to order it. The bowling alley has hired another cook and waitress. Let??s hope they don??t have illness in their family as Liberty Businesses don??t have ??Family Leave Acts?
The Boyers go to court in two weeks to be evicted. Do homeless shelters have room for wheelchairs? Where the gas money to make it to next weeks rehabilitation is coming from is still a mystery and it would be interesting to know if at ??Retro Bowl ??this month??s 300 burgers are being paid for from money intended for a desperate little Liberty girl who wants to be a nurse.
So I take back my opinion on people in Kansas City, I might as well stay in California!

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The local bowling alley is a great place for families to go and have some good clean fun. They have a game room, snacks and have shoes and balls to accomodate even the smallest bowlers.
They are able to accomodate birthday parties which makes them a great alternative to the regular kids party.

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The local bowling alley is a great place for families to go and have some good clean fun. They have a game room, snacks and have shoes and balls to accomodate even the smallest bowlers.
They are able to accomodate birthday parties which makes them a great alternative to the regular kids party.

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