Curling club presents wrap up awards

The final event of the Curling Season took place on Saturday, April 9 with the awards presentations at the wrap up banquet.

The final event of the Curling Season took place on Saturday, April 9 with the awards presentations at the wrap up banquet.

The Club put on a fine buffet dinner that was enjoyed while people watched the Men’s World Curling Championship semi-final game between Scotland and Norway.

The Scots, who invented the game of curling, won a thriller in an extra end to earn the right to face Canada in the final.  Canada, the dominate nation in curling, defeated the Scots in Sunday’s final.

After dinner the award plaques were presented to league and playoff winners in the Mixed, Mens and Ladies Curling Leagues.

Mixed Curling Champions: Greg Morgan, Heather Joseph, Bill Blair, Arnie Blair.

Tuesday Men’s League and Playoff Champions: Bob Reid, Greg Morgan, Sean Greenslade and Landon McWilliam.

Wednesday Ladies’ League Champions: Shelly Fleet, Barb Opheim, Sandi Boguski and Cheri Gibson.

Thursday Men’s League Champions: Ken Whittington, Iain Illing, Sean Greenslade and Colin Zenik

 

Thursday Men’s Playoff Champions: Alan Veasay, Walter McLellan, Ron Venman and Paul Jarvis.

 

 

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