Sicamous Curling Club calls on support of membership

Sicamous Curling Club needs all of their members to attend the AGM on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

  • Oct. 17, 2012 12:00 p.m.

Sicamous Curling Club needs all of their  members to attend the AGM on Oct. 18 at 7 p.m.

The executive is thinking about changing the structure of the club and needs input from all members to make the upcoming changes viable.

The club is experiencing a rough time finding volunteers to keep the society alive, and if members who enjoy curling want to keep on curling, then they have to step up to the plate and help run the club.

If everyone helped out a bit, whether you belong to the daytime, men’s or ladies’ league, the club would be able to promote curling in the community and  run a successful rink without the burden being on a few members.

New curlers are encouraged to attend as well, and the club would like to run a snow bird league if the interest is there.

Exciting events could be happening at the Sicamous curling rink for youth, but volunteers are needed to help with the Rocks and Rings program, and for the Optimist Club who would like to hold a curling clinic for youth in November.

Please keep curling alive and well in Sicamous by attending the meeting on Oct.18.

Submitted by Suzanne Carpenter, president, Sicamous Curling Rink.

 

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