This Saturday, April 6 will see this season's final Open House take over the Club. A special Member Bring a Friend Day is planned set-up to allow VCC members to encourage friends and family to join them get out on the ice and give curling a try. The Club will be open from 10am to 4pm, and complete details are available by clicking here.
Following on the heels of VCC team success at the recent BC Mixed Championship, the Club had a member competing on the east coast of Canada this week. Stan Walker played third for Team Lepine (from the Langley Curling Club) at the 2013 Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in Summerside, PEI.
Team Lepine finished the eleven-game round-robin tied for eighth place. You can view all of their games results at curling.ca.
Stan plays in the Club's Thursday Open League with Team Reibin, who were in third place overall heading into the final playoff round for the league.
|The VCC hosted the province's best mixed curling teams from March 14-17 with the 2013 Williams Moving & Storage BC Mixed Curling Championship, and the Club's own Team Switzer were crowned champions. This marks the Club's fifth BC Mixed title and 49th provincial championship overall.||
Photo credit: Jason LaChance Photography
Featured above right, Team Switzer is skip Keith Switzer, third Sandra Comadina, second Leonard Firkus, lead Carman Cheng and fifth Brad Blackwell. They captured the championship with a win over Team Kylmchuk from the Langley Curling Club in the final.
Not be outdone, the Club's second team who qualified for the provincial championship - Team Wakefield - captured the bronze medal after they defeated Team Weinreich of Nanaimo and Victoria in the quarterfinal but came up short against Team Klymchuk in the semifinal. Team Wakefield is skip Jay Wakefield, third Rebecca Turley, second Jeff Cawker and lead Michelle Dunn.
Many, many thanks to the team of volunteers who helped organize and host the province at the Club's first provincial championship in our new home. Kudos are also extended to the host committee and the VCC staff for everything they did before and during the event to ensure it was a success.
Complete event results (including end-by-end summaries of the playoff games) are available at playdowns.com.
Photos from the event - courtesy of Jason LaChance Photography - can be found on VCC's Facebook page.
The Vancouver Curling Club, a member-focused nonprofit association and home to a world-class eight-sheet curling facility, is seeking an Ice Shed Manager. Please click here to learn more about this employment opportunity. The application deadline of March 29 has now passed.