Matt and his gang are busy this week getting the ice ready for the start of our curling season next week. Unfortunately, the 1st game for the Tuesday afternoon league will be delayed until Thursday, October 17 in order to give Matt some extra time to put the finishing touches on the ice. We thank everyone for their patience and encourage you to come down to the rink for one or all three evenings of ‘Try Curling’ next week to throw a few rocks and meet our new staff. Bring a friend and/or new curler and we’ll be happy to give them a few pointers. And don’t forget to register for CurlJam on Friday night and the Icebreaker Open on the weekend. It’s an inexpensive way to have some fun and get some exercise after this weekend’s turkey dinner! Hope to see you at the club.
Many thanks to Ed, David, Gordie, Barb, Johane, and Roger for giving up several hours of their time this past week to complete the somewhat tedious painting job in the mens and ladies washrooms. The flooring is expected to be installed after the Thanksgiving weekend followed by the bathroom fixtures and partitions in early November. We expect the bathroom renovations to be totally completed by mid November. We apologize for any inconvenience during this renovation and in the meantime, please use the washrooms located in the Max McLean Arena or beside the elevator in the main lobby area of the Recreation Centre.
Returning for another season of curling? New to town or thinking about taking up the sport? Looking for a way to exercise, have fun and meet others? We’re making it easier than ever for you to sign up for one of our leagues and/or special events. Join us at one of our upcoming registration evenings and we’ll make sure you get registered!
October 1, 2, 8 and 9
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
at the Rose City Curling Club
Remember you can always register online instead. CLICK HERE
Register for Welcome Week events HERE.
The Rose City Curling Club has added some new faces to their team. Do you know who they are? Get to know a little bit about them by checking out the ABOUT US web page and when curling season begins, please take a moment to introduce yourself and help welcome them to our club.
The start of the curling season is around the corner. Plan now to join us for the week of October 15th to 20th as we begin the new season with ‘Welcome Week’ activities for anyone and everyone, new to or experienced in curling. Continue reading to register now… Continue reading “Welcome Week October 15th to 20th” →
The Rose City Curling Club is currently advertising for 3 positions: Club Manager (full time), Head Ice Technician (Seasonal) and an Administrative Assistant (Seasonal part time). Please see the Job Opportunities page on this website for more information. Closing date for all applications is May 31st, 2019.
Resumes and cover letters can be forwarded via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent via post office mail postmarked no later than May 31st, 2019 to the Rose City Curling Club, Suite 5, 4512 – 53 Street, Camrose, Alberta T4V 4E3. All candidates are thanked for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
As another year comes to a close at the Rose City Curling Club, the Board of Directors gives a sincere thank you and a round of applause to the staff and all the volunteers who willingly went the extra mile this year to ensure the club leagues and events ran smoothly. There is no doubt, we couldn’t have done it without you! Continue reading “See you next season!” →
Congratulations to the winners of all 4 events at this year’s Men’s Bonspiel:
|A Event Winners – TEAM ENRIGHT|
|L to R: Skip Adam Enright, third Neil Bratrud, second Sheldon Pederson and lead Eric Brager|
Congratulations to Erica Wiese, RCCC board and curling club member, for winning the 2020 Alberta Mixed Provincial Title on March 31st at the Shamrock Curling Club in Edmonton. Erica plays third for Warren Cross out of the Saville Centre in Edmonton.
The 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship starts November 3 and goes to November 9, 2019 in Saguenay, Quebec. Team Alberta’s first game is slated for November 3rd at 7:00 pm. Stay tuned to the 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship page on Curling Canada’s website for more information.
Everyone at the Rose City Curling Club wishes Team Alberta all the best and much success at the Championship.
Ten teams from the Adult Afternoon Drop-In League battled in three games over 3 days in the Year-Ender Bonspiel as a finale to the season. After a tally of the points, it was Team Criggar that came out victorious winning the event.
|1st Event Winner – TEAM CRIGGAR|
|L to R: Skip Harold Criggar, third Gary Pepper, second Mary Shields and lead Ron Hendrickson|