CURLSASK April News
2017 CURLSASK Annual General Meeting
The 2017 CURLSASK Annual General Meeting will take place April 29th in Saskatoon at the Ramada Hotel. All information, letters, proposals, and any other additional notices please visit the AGM webpagehere.
*Unique opportunity for all delegates attending this years AGM in Curling Canada’s Director of Championships and Club Development will be presenting a seminar explaining the newly developed Curling 101 program. Here is the three step informational presentation he will be introducing during the meeting:
- How to use social media to drive people to a Curling 101 session
- Adults are given the opportunity to deliver their very first curling stone
- Invest them in Adult Learn to Curl programs making them all around life long members of your club.
Each detail will be shared in more detail allowing your club to get things rolling this fall!
Prairieland Curling Camp Registration
Reminder to all young curlers that the deadline to register for this years Prairieland Curling Camp is quickly approaching (May 1st, 2017) and there are only a limited number of spots for both Camp #1 & Camp #2! Please visit our webpagehereto register and ensure your spot!
Player Profile Surveys
All players that competed in CURLSASK provincial events (qualifications and playdowns), can you please fill out the player surveys that were sent out via email. We greatly appreciate the feedback from all players & coaches as we try to implement new strategies fort he upcoming curling season.
Regina Grand Slam & Brier Volunteers Needed!
It is going to be one fantastic curling season next year in our province as the Grand Slam of Curling will be making its way to Regina Sept. 5-10, 2017. If you are interested in volunteering for this event,please fill out the following formhere.Any further questions please contact Lorelle at email@example.com or Carol at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2018 Tim Hortons Brier will also be making its way to the Queen City Mar. 3-11, 2018. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please visit http://www.curling.ca/2018brierto begin your online registration process!
NEW! CURLSASK Free Agent Listing
Here at CURLSASK we wanted to provide an outlet for curlers in Saskatchewan to be able to look for players, teams, coaches, etc. for the future seasons. We hope that this new approach will help build additional teams, grow numbers, and grow the sport in our province. Please check out the webpage or click here,where you can develop your player profile and send in to the CURLSASK office to have it posted. Any further questions, please contact Mat Ring at email@example.com or 306.780.9415!
March Provincial Curling Champions
It was a very busy month in the province of Saskatchewan when it came down to determining provincial champions and our representatives at national championships, below are your most recent winners in the past month:
Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Champions –Team Saskatchewan (Sherry Anderson, Patricia Hersikorn, Brenda Goertzen, Anita Silvernagle)
Provincial Mixed Champions –Team Flasch (Colton Flasch, Brett Barber, Jayden Shwaga, Robyn Despins)
U18 Provincial Men’s Champions –Team Kleiter (Rylan Kleiter, Trevor Johnson, Joshua Mattern, Matthieu Taillon, Coach Dean Kleiter)
U18 Provincial Women’s Champions –Team Erickson (Rachel Erickson, Sarah Hoag, Rachel Ryan, Kelly Kay, Coach Shane Kitz)
U18 Open Provincial Champions –Team Sutherland (Cody Sutherland, Hannah Olivier, Connor Robertson, Cassidy Badduik, Coach Kevin Sutherland)
Traveler’s Provincial Men’s Club Champions –Team Gedak (Brent Gedak, James Gordon, Wade St. Onge, Ryan Hansen)
Traveler’s Provincial Women’s Club Champions –Team Frolek (Kristi Frolek, Nicole Beausoleil, Christy Walker, Kristy Bird)
Master Men’s Provincial Champions –Team Wilson (Jim Wilson, Colin Coben, Dale Kohlenberg, Daryl Eddingfield)
Master Women’s Provincial Champions –Team Syrota (Delores Syrota, Bev Krasowski, Donna Liebrecht, Sylvia Broad)