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Upcoming Events at the Club

23 Mar 2019;
07:00PM - 09:00PM
Rental - 2 sheets
29 Mar 2019;
05:00PM - 11:30PM
Closing Spiel
31 Mar 2019;
12:00AM
Skating Party
06 Apr 2019;
12:00PM - 08:00PM
Upstairs birthday party
14 Apr 2019;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Executive meeting

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Welcome to the Glooscap Curling Club!

The Club has an average membership of about 200, which includes roughly 50 junior curlers (under 21) and about 90 senior curlers (retired/50+). There are over 100 other school children that come in with teachers and seniors throughout the season. We always welcome new members. Upstairs at Glooscap Curling ClubOur club has four sheets of ice. A downstairs lounge and a hall / dining area upstairs both have a wall of windows facing the ice. A bar faces the lounge and a large kitchen is adjacent to the dining area. A card room is used most mornings, and male and female lockers are available. Curling brooms, shoes and clothing are put up for sale with profits going to the junior program.

Latest News from the Club

Could we have had a better weekend? I don't think so! First, the reason we hosted was to crown the winning teams for the province. Little did we know we would claim both of them! Our winning teams, Team Sanford (Holly, Kim, Lynda and Nancy) and Team Anderson (Scott, Ian, Shane and Alan) did us proud as they claimed the titles. We're looking forward to seeing your provincial banners hung in the ice shed:).

No event can be staged without the help of many and this one was no exception. Alena Turnbull organized our registration and we missed seeing her smiling face greeting the teams. Hope you are feeling better. Keeping the players in order, doing coin tosses and gathering signatures was capably handled by Ryleigh Lake and Bruce Turnbull. Long days were put in by both.2019 Club Curler Alan Marshall Scott Anderson

Talking about long days, our ice crew (Perry Graves, Peter Milne, JP Boudreau and John MacDonald) led by Tony Stirling did an amazing job keeping the ice competition worthy!

Even if you couldn't be there, fans were able to follow the games through the Glooscap YouTube channel thanks to the efforts of Will Haggerty and his band of capable assistants led by Suzanne Gourley. Joining her were Cameron Scott, John Ferguson, Andrew and Eric Schnare and Jeremy Cooper. Lots of great comments about the availability and quality of the coverage.

Darrell George, Harold Pothier and Jack Balsor kept things tidy and organized upstairs and down. It's always great to present our club well to both our members and the larger community.

A 50/50 draw is always popular and this was capably handled by Daryl Connell, Morgan Eisenhauer, Susan Haynes and Jack Balsor. Both pots were claimed; Alan Cyr on Friday and Sharon Murray Sellers on Saturday.

Thanks to Carl MacLeod for arranging both staff and supplies at the bar to keep everyone hydrated. It was capably staffed by Sandra Walker, Rick O'Regan, Steph Lucas, Jon VanZoost and Dick Saulnier.

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What an amazing performance by all teams this past weekend.
How lucky is Glooscap Curling Club claimed Chanpionship titles in the Men's & Women's events!

Congratulations to Team Sanford & Team Anderson on their respective wins!

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Jon VanZoost

The Glooscap Singles Crib Champion for 2018-19

 

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All Glooscap curlers welcome!
  • First 32 registered and then each 8 thereafter
  • $20.00 per person
  • Snacks Friday and Saturday
  • Lunch on Saturday

Please sign-up by Monday, March 25, 2019

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