Our Annual General Meeting, delayed because of COVID, was held last night at the curling club. There was a good turnout of masked members and everyone was physically distanced. The board shared information about finances, updated us on the physical improvements to the building as well as the plans to operate this season and provide a FUN curling experience for members and guests. We have transitioned to new leadership with Earl Anderson as our president, succeeding Ed Nicholls, now our past president. We are indeed lucky to move seamlessly from good leadership (thank you Ed) to good leadership (thank you Earl).
Doug Flowers reported on the extensive plan that the Membership Promotion Committee has developed. We are looking to increase our membership and promote the game of curling and what we do at the curling club as FUN and Doug is asking all members to be Fun Ambassadors as they promote curling and our curling club.
Our membership numbers at this time are good and growing. We have new and returning members signed up, a Learn to Curl group forming and, in general, renewed interest in the club and the game of curling.
OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 10AM until 2PM
You are invited to come to the curling club, bring your friends, take to the ice, throw some rocks. If your curling equipment is tired or worn out, check the GoldLine curling equipment display!
TRY CURLING WEEK: NOVEMER 9 -14
A week available for individuals, teams and companies to try curling and see what it’s all about. A great opportunity for groups of friends, co-workers, golfing foursomes, slow pitch teams etc. to try it out and move on to having some social time and fun on the ice over the season.
The ice committee is making ice! The plant is up and running and we are on schedule to have ice for curling November 7 at the Open House and for league play to start November 9.
HOW TO JOIN:
It is easy. Go to our web site, follow the links. It is a smooth process.