Volunteers play a valuable role in non-profit organizations. Curling Centres depend on volunteers to ensure the success of curling events and the operation of their centre, whether at the grassroots or the elite level. Here is an opportunity to recognize these individuals by nominating them for a CURLSASK Award. CURLSASK recognizes and awards deserving individuals at the Annual Awards Evening.
General Criteria for All CURLSASK Awards
- Each nominee will be/has been a resident of Saskatchewan
- Nominations must be submitted or endorsed by an affiliated CURLSASK Member Centre
How to Nominate
Award applications are accepted from September 1 – April 30. Successful Nominees will be awarded the following year*
- Complete the CURLSASK Awards Nomination Form
- Other important information needed:
- Resume, Testimonials, Newspaper clippings, etc.
- Other supporting narrative that accompanies the nomination form
Recognizing outstanding achievements as a Builder, Curler, Media, Coach, Or Umpire over a lifetime of devotion to this amazing sport!
Coaches: Recognizes individuals that have spent many years helping individuals and teams improve their game skills at various levels and many competitions.
Umpires: Recognizes individuals who have officiated at curling events for many years (Provincial, National), and has treated all competitions fairly and with respect.
Builders: Recognizes individuals that have spent many years promoting the game locally, provincially or nationally. Individuals who have volunteered tirelessly at their community club in many capacities while promoting the sport.
Media: Recognition for a person who has helped promote the game of curling through years of written and spoken means.
Sponsors: Recognition for an organization that has supported curling for many years by monetary or “in kind” means for promotion of the game.
Recognizes those members of the curling community who have made an outstanding contribution to the sport of curling for an extended period of time. Every Curling Centre has individuals who they depend on to do everything from chairing an annual bonspiel committee to promoting the Centre! Someone who has served on the Board for many years spearheaded fundraising or has developed programs to encourage participation. Someone who has gone above and beyond to promote the sport and volunteered their time tirelessly year after year.
The Junior Coach/Instructor/Coordinator Award recognizes the contributions of individuals involved in the teaching of the sport of curling. Someone that has undertaken programs for young curlers and has made an outstanding contribution over an extended period to the development and promotion of junior curling leagues and/or programs in their centre and community. Recognition of an individual who has made a notable contribution to coaching or has been actively involved in coaching a competitive team in Saskatchewan.
The Coach/Instructor/Coordinator Award recognizes the contributions of individuals involved in the teaching of the sport of curling. Someone that has undertaken programs for curlers and has made an outstanding contribution over an extended period to the development and promotion of curling leagues and/or programs in their centre and community. Recognition of an individual who has made a notable contribution to coaching or has been actively involved with curling in Saskatchewan
CURLSASK will recognize any curling centre in the province that is an affiliated centre in the year of their 100th year of opening.