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Message from the President

2013-2014 – Fred Crouse

Welcome to the Wolfville Curling Club. I am delighted to serve this year as your Club President, working with an dedicated group of club members on the executive, and providing a full range of recreational and community events for all our members. The WCC is seen as a friendly, small town but competitive and excellent venue for our great sport. From the seniors who curl most mornings (with a few 80+ers on the ice) to our Little Rocks youngsters who are just beginning, our club has a place for all.

The life blood of our club is members and volunteers. We have no other source of revenue than membership and the use of our facilities. So a continuous and growing membership is essential for us to maintain the club and provide excellent recreational and social benefits. We depend on current members to renew their membership. We also depend on our members, through the efforts of our membership committee, to recruit new members to the club. Invite people you know to come with you and become acquainted with the sport.

The Wolfville Curling Club is a small club with an active membership. Our fees are kept to a reasonable level because of the volunteer support provided by our members. We want to keep it that way. As a member, always be looking for ways that you can contribute and support your curling colleagues. On the membership renewal form this year there is a checkbox where you can volunteer to serve on the executive, on a committee, or to simply help out as needed. Please complete that form when you renew.

WCC will again this year conduct a number of club events as well as host several provincial events. These include a regular schedule of morning and evening play, a repeat of the very successful Cash Spiel, the Dominion Club Playdowns. For a second year in a row we have been awarded the opportunity to host the Dominion Women’s Club Championship bonspiel.

All events at the Club are on the calendar which you can see on this website. You are encouraged to bookmark the calendar and use it to keep current with our events. You will also find a listing of the Executive on the Contacts page with email addresses. Feel free to contact any of us with questions, suggestions or concerns. Watch for regular newsletters throughout the season as well as email messages as the need arises.

We are looking forward to a wonderful year of curling.
Good curling all.
Fred

dues 2013-2014

All prices include HST

 
New member:
$200
Student/Junior:
$185
Young Family Rate:
$500
Returning member until Dec 1, 2013:
 
$300
Returning member after Dec 1, 2013:
 
$330
Little Rocks:
$80
 
Commercial League (per team):

$400
 
Ice Rental per sheet $40 + 15% HST
 
Reception room/kitchen - $30 per hour + HST
 
Reception room/kitchen - $20 per hour + HST for recurring bookings for 6 weeks or more.
 
For ice rental, .

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Jan 15, 2014      Tony Stirling's Rink WIns Master's Cashspiel

Tony Stirling’s team went undefeated to win the Coors Lite Masters Cashspiel this past week-end, Jan 12, 2014 at Lakeshore Curling Club. Other team members were Robbie Harrison, John Amirault and J.P Boudreau. Congratulations Tony and team! read more »

Jan 11, 2014      Wolfville Curlers Competing in Bonspiels

This is a busy time of year for curlers, there are bonspiels all over the province every weekend and our own members are no strangers to competition. Teams skipped by Nick Paul, Dean Smith and Matt Gowland are in playdowns at the club this weekend to go to Men's Dominion read more »

Jan 9, 2014      Super Saturday Results

Audrey Dorey organized a very successful Ladies Super Saturday on Jan. 4. The winners were the former World Senior Champions, Colleen Pinkney’s team from Truro. This event draws competitive ladies teams from across the province and is a great warm-up for the upcoming provincial championships. read more »

Dec 1, 2013      Monday night draws at 7pm

Monday night curling is changing to one draw only at 7 pm. We now have just nine teams on Monday night so each week one team will have a bye and the other eight teams will play as scheduled. There has been lots of discussion about changing all start times read more »

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