Here we go again - 40 some teams again are jockeying for top prize in a tight competitive field.
Here's the list that will be updated frequently depending on our excitement or forgetfulness
Congratulations to Chris Header for pulling out in front and holding on to first place with his hometown bias of Ontario teams doing the job for him.
Second place by 1 point - passing Doug Skinner on the final game - was the Meat and Potatoes team - rumours that it may be Michelle Dunn that runs that crowd.
The Powell River Curling Club is a Non Profit Society (S-04186) that brings people of all ages together who share a common interest, to bond and create friendships and memories that last a lifetime. In existence since 1955, it maintains a long tradition of open and volunteer-based community engagement.
Find out more about becoming a member and volunteer at the Powell River Curling Club. Ask how you can help out with our many teaching programs, fundraising efforts or by volunteering on the Board of Directors. We rely on league fees, fundraising and volunteer efforts to keep the doors open to learn and play the sport of curling.
We rely on member fees and volunteers to keep our club going. Many thanks to the grant providers who continue to keep the age of our facility from showing.
)Please call or email if you are looking to curl in the 2019/2020 season, full time or as a spare. If you are a new curler we will provide instruction and coaching.
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Powell River Curling Club
5750 Crown Ave
Powell River, BC V8A 4B3
Phone: (604) 483-9551
Non-Profit Society ID: S-04186
(a) To operate a curling club in the City of Powell River in the Province of British Columbia;
(b) To promote the sport of curling as a lifetime recreational activity in the community;
(c) To provide various recreational, educational, social and/or other activities deemed to be beneficial to the curling club and community.
For more information, please contact the Powell River Curling Club
We look forward to hearing from you!