Bring a Friend, Bring your Spouse – Come as a Group or an Individual
Tuesdays from 12:30pm-2:30pm
November 13, 2018 – January 29, 2019
(No curling December 25 and January 1)
Social time always follows the curling in the lounge
$132/person (all included)
100% money-back guarantee within the first two weeks
This 10-week instructional Program will have on-ice instructors who will create a safe and fun environment for participants to learn to curl.
Curling is fun, inexpensive and very inclusive. It is easy to understand and great exercise.
No experience needed.
Wear loose or stretchy pants and a light jacket, and bring clean sneakers. A helmet is required for this program, we recommend a helmet CSA approved for ice sports. We will take care of the rest!
Learn to Curl * Meet New Friends * Share a Laugh * Enjoy the Experience!
For more information contact the Cornwall Curling Club at 902-566-4427 or email@example.com
All draws, practices, etc. are going ahead on Remembrance Day Sunday and the Monday civic holiday this year. Generally, we cancel the morning Drop In draw on November 11, but there is no Drop-in draw on Sunday. The Monday Nov. 12 morning draw (and all others) will be going ahead as scheduled.
After polling the parents, the Sunday afternoon junior instruction WILL be going ahead, as will afternoon practices and the evening Mixed Doubles draw. It’s also business as usual on Monday the 12th, with the Club open and all draws and practices going ahead.
Cornwall’s Team Howatt competed in the 2018 Lakeshore Junior Cash Spiel in Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia on the weekend of October 26th – 28th.
Photo (L-R): Sierra Clyke, Madelyn Cantwell, Sydney Howatt, Meghan Sherren
The Sydney Howatt-skipped rink includes Sierra Clyke, Meghan Sherren, and Madelyn Cantwell, with coach A.J. Campbell, and placed third in the event with a 4 win – 2 loss record. Next up for Team Howatt is the Oak Island Junior Cashspiel in Chester, Nova Scotia this coming weekend.
The Team Ferguson Canada Games Training Team and reigning U18 Jr. Girls Champs are holding a fundraiser on Nov. 19 at the Borden Legion, 240 Main St. Borden, with a bake sale at 6 pm followed by Bingo at 7. Cost is $15 for 15 cards or $25 for 30. Bring your own daubers (some will be available for purchase). A cake auction and a 50/50 draw will also be part of the event.
Bingo Jackpot of $300 with three other $100 prizes, and no prize under $50.
Ice Queens Women’s Fun-Spiel
Nov 30 and Dec 1 2018
A Great Way to Kick off the Curling Season, Ladies!
Non Competitive Teams (2 competitive members/team)
Single entries welcome
Teams welcome from all Clubs
Contact Cornwall Curling Club 566-4427
Friday night– snacks after your game
Saturday– Breakfast of muffins, sweetbread & coffee
Closing Awards Dinner at 6:00 pm
Door prizes and 50/50 available
$30.00 per person
Sign up soon!!!
Guaranteed a weekend of lots of fun and laughs!
A Big Thank You to our Sponsor
Tuesday’s scheduled USA Ladies Friendship Tour to PEI will not be held, as their flight from Boston was cancelled, and they have had to cancel the PEI leg of the tour, as there is no time to reschedule.
Because of this, the regular Tuesday 10 am to 12 noon Drop-in curling is back on.
This is official notification that a Special General Meeting to review a proposed amendment to bylaw 2.4.8 will be held on Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 8:30 pm (between the early and late draws).
The meeting will be short, and Club members wishing to vote are requested to read the proposed changes (below) in advance, in order to reduce the meeting time. Please feel free to contact any current Board member in advance if you have questions or require further information. Amendment requires an affirmative vote by two-thirds (2/3) of the adult members present at any general meeting of the Club.
PROPOSED BYLAW AMENDMENT
It is proposed to make the following amendment to Bylaw 2.4.8 in order to rename and clarify the responsibilities of the position. This will require Members’ approval at a Special General Meeting.
It is proposed that By-Law 2.4.8 would be changed from:
2.4.8 The Youth Committee
(a) Shall organize, plan and implement the Junior program.
2.4.8 Development Director
(a) shall focus on all training and mentoring programs, such as, but not limited to, Junior Curling, Adult Learn to Curl, Senior Learn to Curl, Curling Etiquette and any additional in-Club programs we choose to develop.
The timing of the buzzer will be changing on the late draws on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. Because the games do not always start at 8:30 pm due to the time needed to clean the ice and prepare it for the late draw, the buzzer will now be activated at 10:25 instead of 10:15 pm.
When the buzzer goes, we ask you to finish up the end you are on, and then take the rocks back to the home end if necessary. In other words, you have to be in the hack throwing your first rock in your last end by 8:15 for the early draw, or 10:25 for the late draw in order to get all the ends in. In order to keep things fair, we use the buzzer on the late evening draw as well as the early draw, to ensure that everyone is treated equally and you aren’t here too late at night.
Signup sheets are being posted on the big board by the Manager’s office, looking for volunteers to help with the upcoming Masters Plus Bonspiel and the Murphy’s Ice Queens women’s bonspiel.
If you can offer a hand, please sign up!
- Masters Plus: 22-23 November
- Murphy’s Ladies Spiel: 30 November and 1 December