On Saturday, April 5, the VCC Member ‘Bring-a-Friend’ Day will be happening out on the ice. Bring along a friend (or two!) interested in trying out curling for the first time. All they need to bring are clean (indoor) running shoes and a few layers of warm clothes. Experienced coaches will be out on the ice to help demonstrate the sport.
Are you curious about the other types of leagues at the Vancouver Curling Club? The VCC has more than 20 different leagues that vary in the format and time they run each week, to gender and age mix, social events and prizes.
Come meet league reps and ask questions during the ‘Meet The Leagues’ event, also on April 5. There will be complimentary food/snacks and a FREE raffle for a brand-new Fibrelite broom!
- Bring a Friend Day: 10-4pm | Ice shed
- Meet the Leagues: 12-2pm | Last Draw Lounge
Click here for more info about both events. See you at the Club on April 5!
The VCC offers members the opportunity to recognize another member who has made a significant impact on the Club through volunteering or other resources. The Club’s Honourary Life Members and Volunteer of the Year are individuals we recognize for their important contributions.
Our Honourary Life Member Sub-Committee reviews all applications and makes a recommendation through the Board for a vote by the membership at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) in June. The recommendations are then voted on by the members in attendance.
For Volunteer of the Year, the Special Events Committee reviews all written submissions and make a recommendation to the Board of Directors, who have final approval. The chosen volunteer(s) will also be honoured at the AGM.
If you know of a member (or members) deserving of these honours at the VCC, forward their name and a summary of their contributions to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, April 15, 2014. (*Indicate either HLM or VotY in the subject heading.)
On March 8 and 22, the Club held a playdown event to determine the men's and women's teams that will represent the VCC at the Lower Mainland Club Challenge. The event saw four men's and two women's teams compete for the chance to compete as Team VCC in Richmond from April 11-13. Congratulations to Team Schneider and Team Birston!
Team Schneider went 3-0 in the double-knockout event, and Team Birston won the best-out-of-three match up with two straight wins. They will now play in the Dominion Club Challenge Lower Mainland playdown event April 11-13 at the Richmond Curling Club. The top teams from there qualify for the provincial playdown event April 16-20, also in Richmond. Good luck and good curling!
Skip: Stephen Schneider
Third: Shawn Eklund
Second: Brant Amos
Lead: Christopher Ordog
Skip: Shelley Birston
Third: Allison DenToom
Second: Siobhan Holladay
Lead: Krista Frazee