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Two candidates agree to stand for Governor-at-Large positions

Two candidates have agreed to stand as Governors-at-Large and have been nominated by the Curl BC board.

Keith Switzer, who already sits on the board after taking a one-year term that was vacated by Michelle Ramsay in 2018, has the support of the board to stand for re-election. Switzer is a member at both the Vancouver Curling Club and the Richmond Curling Club.

Neil Campbell, a member of Victoria Curling Club, has also put his name forward and has been nominated to stand for election.

At Curl BC’s Annual Meeting, scheduled for June 8 at 1 p.m., two Governors-at-Large will be named. There is still time for other names to be put forward. Anyone who is interested in joining the Curl BC board has until May 9 to submit their name. They need the support of three member facilities to put their name forward.

Anyone who is interested in the opportunity to run for this volunteer position or who has any questions about the process can contact Curl BC chair Peter Muir at peter.muir.curlbc@shaw.ca.

The Annual Meeting will take place at Kamloops Curling Club. All member facilities are invited to attend and send a voting delegate. The registration for the event is now open at Curl BC Annual Meeting.

In the event there are more than two people running for the Curl BC board Governor-at-Large positions, an election will be held.

The Curl BC Annual Meeting (previously called an AGM) will be held alongside our Business of Curling Symposium and Golf Tournament. You do not have to be going to the symposium or the golf tournament to attend the meeting.

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