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Three new board members join Curl BC after AGM

Three new board members have joined Curl BC following the 2019 AGM. Two of the board members were elected by their regions to join the board, while a third was nominated by the current board to sit as a Governor at Large. [Read more…]

Curling’s best hit the world stage in Prince George

Don’t miss the biggest entertainment and sporting event of 2020 in Northern BC!

Nine days of world championship curling – as the world’s best women curlers convene in Prince George. Plus – The Patch – the entertainment and social hotspot for the entire event! Click here to reserve your tickets today.

Three unexpected reasons you need to get your hearing checked

May is Better Hearing Month in Canada and the month is just about over so we’ve looked at three fresh reasons for Curl BC members to come into a local Connect Hearing for a free hearing test. You may already know that as your hearing diminishes you lose connection to the sounds you love however, there are other ways hearing loss can impact your life that you may not have considered. [Read more…]

Congratulations to the Optimists’ raffle winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018-19 Optimist Clubs of BC Youth Curling Raffle. [Read more…]

Registration opens for 2019 Curl BC Annual Meeting

Curlers from across BC who want to take part in Curl BC’s Annual Meeting can now register. [Read more…]

Abbotsford hosts 57th International Tankard

VOLUNTEER IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Carl Jung.
Our 57th International Tankard Volunteer is Carl Gung, retired from BC Hydro. Carl hails from the Delta Thistle Curling Club. Carl has curled for 31 years dedicating much of his time not only to curling but also to volunteering. Carl is the outgoing President of the Fraser Valley Masters Association, standing as President of the Seniors Masters. Much of Carl’s time is also spent as a Club Coach to Novice Adults as well as the Juniors. His passion for the sport as gleaned growth within the club seeing an increase of especially the Senior membership over 10% in the last two years. The vehicle of growth is often attributed to “word of mouth” through the community providing opportunities for individuals to learn a “new to them” sport.
Carl has acknowledged the club manager, Patrick Prade of Delta Thistle, for its many successes in growth. The club has over 600 members including Seniors as well as hosting not only bonspiels but also playdowns.
Carl has support from his wife, Wendy, and his family including his grandchildren. It is his desire to continue to work with the curling community of Delta Thistle for the growth of the game we all have come to know and love.
Congratulations Carl, on your selection of representing the Delta Thistle Curling Club and thank you for all your volunteer work.

A total of 24 curlers from across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island took part in the 57th International Tankard at Abbotsford Curling Club from March 29-31. [Read more…]

Playoff teams decided at 2019 BC U18 Curling Championships

The playoff teams have been decided and four teams are in the running to be crowned U18 curling champions of British Columbia. [Read more…]

Dedicated volunteers given Curling Canada honours

A passionate ambassador for the sport of curling in the province and a dedicated group of volunteers have been recognized by Curling Canada. [Read more…]

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