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TSN is coming to Glooscap to do an interview with Uttara Deshpande and to get some curling footage this Wednesday that will be included in the special TSN Curling Day in Canada feature next Saturday, February 22nd. 
Glooscap members are invited to come and observe (they’ll be taping right after the interview, likely between 7:30-8:00). Thanks to Wayne and the regular Wednesday evening curlers for allowing this addition to their time.
We'll let everyone know the details of the broadcast when they become available.

 Hello Tropicurlers!

Our balmy February weekend is almost here and we’re looking forward to hosting you at the Glooscap Curling Club in Kentville! Make sure to wear lots of sunscreen! We wanted to send along some quick things to keep in mind for the weekend so that we can make sure things go swimmingly for everyone! If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact either Steph (902-670-8507) or Katie (902-691-1284) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

  • Tropicurl format is mixed therefore teams must alternate male and female players. You can change your order throughout the weekend but once the game is started the order must stay the same.
  • On Friday, please arrive at least 30 minutes before your draw time to register, pick your pineapple and get leid! Note: Please arrive early for your other draws as well (see “tight schedule” below)
  • We are on a very tight schedule! Lots of curling games to be played and fun to be had!!

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  • I will play the game with a spirit of good sportsmanship.
  • I will conduct myself in an honourable manner both on and off the ice.
  • I will never knowingly break a rule, but if I do, I will divulge the breach.
  • I will take no action that could be interpreted as an attempt to intimidate or demean my opponents, teammates or umpires.
  • I will interpret the rules in an impartial manner, always keeping in mind that the purpose of the rules is to ensure that the game is played in an orderly and fair manner.
  • I will humbly accept any penalty that the governing body at any level of curling deems appropriate, if I am found in violation of the Code of Ethics or rules of the game.

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!

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Upcoming Events

19 Feb 2020;
10:00AM - 02:30PM
Invitational
21 Feb 2020;
03:00PM - 03:00PM
Tropicurl
26 Feb 2020;
12:00PM - 02:00PM
Wayne Schurman Practice (1 sheet)
28 Feb 2020;
12:00PM - 09:30PM
Electrofed Rental (Entire Club)
06 Mar 2020;
03:00PM - 10:00PM
Retired Teachers
13 Mar 2020;
10:00AM - 02:30PM
Tentative Visitation
13 Mar 2020;
06:00PM - 11:00PM
Reserved for a Social - Wes Booth
20 Mar 2020;
10:00AM - 02:30PM
Tentative Invitational

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