New to curling? New to Camrose? Staying close to home this winter? Our doors are always open, come check us out!
Watch the video as Sarah explains the new and exciting programs and events coming up!
Have questions? Want to get involved? Give Sarah a call or email or visit her in person upstairs at the club to register on October 19th, 21st, 26th or 28th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Hope to see you soon!
Do you have some more questions for Sarah? Feel free to call or email Sarah at the club and keep watching the website and social media for more updates.
Check out the September/October Newsletter to read about all the great programs and leagues Sarah is brewing up for this year at the Rose City Curling Club. And remember, it’s easy to register online! But if you want to register in person with Sarah, visit her at upstairs at the club on October 19th, 21st, 26th or 28th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Registration deadline is October 31st.
VOLUNTEERS – WE NEED YOU MORE THAN EVER!
And while you’re at it, talk to Sarah about volunteering at the club this season. To accommodate health and safety guidelines that are outlined in our Return to Play document, we have new volunteer opportunities for members to choose from. We will absolutely need everyone on board to help us stay safe while we continue to curl during the pandemic.
See you soon!
It’s official! The motion to reopen the Rose City Curling Club by November 2nd was approved by the Board of Directors on September 21st. We are looking forward to seeing everyone back from last year and perhaps even a few new faces. A warm welcome also to any individuals who were members in the past and are looking for some recreation over the upcoming winter months in lieu of a trip to a warmer climate. Sarah has created a few new curling options this season so check it out on our Curling IO webpage. There’s sure to be a curling opportunity waiting for everyone so be sure to register by October 31st! Continue reading “Curling returns to RCCC in November” →
Watch Sarah talk about some of the changes coming to the club this fall when we open up.
Have questions or concerns? Give Sarah a call at the club 780-672-4152 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
or Register in person at RCCC
September 15th – 17th, 6:30-8:00 pm
RCCC Go-No-Go Date
Continue reading “NEW Register online by September 20th” →
In order for us to open and have a successful season, we need help! In the past we have had a great deal of support from businesses within the community, and we need that support now, more than ever. We truly believe that we are offering something valuable to the community and it is our goal to prove it. Our SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE includes a variety of advertising options as well as other unique ways to get involved in the curling community as a sponsor. Please contact Sarah, our Club Manager at (780) 672-4152 or email email@example.com for further information.
The RCCC Board of Directors met on August 10th to begin discussions regarding the requirements involved with returning to play for the upcoming curling season. Our manager, Sarah, has been diligently participating on a Curling Alberta Return to Play Committee and has provided us with detailed information from her committee meetings as well as our recent return to play survey summary via this powerpoint. An RCCC Return To Play committee composed of several board members and spearheaded by Sarah will examine the data further to propose recommendations for a plan of action at the next board meeting on September 8th. Stay tuned to this website and watch your email for further information as it evolves.
The RCCC Board of Directors need your feedback!
If you were a curler in one of the RCCC leagues this past season and provided us with an email address, you should have received an email on July 20th requesting your feedback on a Return to Play survey. The online survey will be available until July 29th and we encourage all members to provide your feedback to us as we begin to discuss how we plan to move forward for the 2020/2021 curling season.
If we do not receive your feedback via the online survey, the Board of Directors will be attempting to contact those members by phone during the first week of August to review the questions so that every member will have a chance to voice their opinion. If you have not been contacted, please send an email to RCCC@cable-lynx.net or leave a message at 780-672-4152 and someone will get back to you.
The Board of Directors will be meeting August 10th to discuss the survey results and formulate a plan on how we should move forward. Curling Canada has created guidelines for curling clubs to follow and our manager, Sarah, has been an active participant on the Curling Alberta Return to Play Committee. We look forward to having Sarah lead us in our decision making.
These are uncertain times and the Board of Directors at the Rose City Curling Club want to do what is best in the interest and health of all our members and guests. Please take the time to contribute your thoughts. Watch for further information on our website and through our social media channels.