By all accounts, another successful steak and lobster dinner (our 4th) for the PEI Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association was held at the Cornwall Curling Club on Thursday, June 8th for 131 guests.
Best of luck to the Association’s Executive Director Joe Murphy, with whom we have had a long and successful relationship on this event and on their winter bonspiel and steak dinner, on his retirement!
Thanks to Admin. Assistant Melissa Paquet for answering our many questions, and a special thanks to one of the event sponsors, Acadia Crushed Stone, for helping ensure that bar receipts were above average!
An event of this size could not be undertaken without volunteers. The Cornwall Curling Club Board of Directors, and the organizing committee, under the capable direction of Barry Craswell, would like to take this opportunity to express their deep appreciation for the numerous volunteers (too many to mention, but you know who you are) who gave so generously of their time.
Unlike many volunteer-driven organizations, we are fortunate to have a large pool of extremely qualified volunteers for our events. We try to strike a balance between those who have helped out at many events, and those who are new, so that we can continue to grow our volunteer pool. Due to the timing of this off-season event, we did not have a signup sheet, If you would have enjoyed being a volunteer at this event but were not able to or were not approached, don’t worry – we have lots of events, and will do our best to accommodate you in the future.
Thanks again! Our final event of the 2016-2017 season is our golf tourney on the 17th at Countryview. Have a great summer, and we hope to see everyone back in mid-October for our next season!