Mixed Curling Bonspiel: a huge success

The mixed curling bonspiel took place at the Fort St. James Curling Club on Jan. 29-31.

  • Feb. 3, 2016 9:00 a.m.

First place team at the mixed curling 'A' event: (from left to right) Grant Mortenson

Barbara Latkowski

Caledonia Courier

The mixed curling bonspiel took place at the Fort St. James Curling Club on Jan. 29-31.

There were 14 teams taking part in total and event organizer, Helen Frederick was thrilled with the turnout.

“We’ve had our struggles but an event like this really brings the community together,” Frederick said.

The club is thankful for the support they have received from the Stuart Lake Golf Club for donating gift cards and door prizes.

“It’s really great that two non-profit organizations can come together and support each other,” Frederick said.

It was three days of fun filled but serious curling by the participants who ended with a very close and exciting finish.


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