The fall membership meeting is Friday October 21st! Reconnect with your curling friends at the brand new bar! Social 5pm, Dinner 6pm, Meeting 7pm. Buffet: Greek Salad, Pasta Petters and Italian Sausage, Grilled Chicken Alfredo, Grilled Chicken and Sun-Dried Tomato Fettucini, and Garlic Toast. Cost $10 Person. RSVP by Monday, October 14th 727-1851 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our ice crew (Jack Kurshoff, Jim Parmeter, John Parmeter and Joe Adamczak) has been hard at work prepping for the season. Here are some pictures of what they have been up to.
Calling all women of the Duluth Curling Club! Join us Tuesday Oct 11th at the Spirit Mountain Slopeside Saloon for our annual fall get together. This year we will be meeting on a Tuesday evening instead of a Saturday as we have in years past. All past, present, and future female members are invited. Please RSVP to Pam Cavers at 724-3253 by Oct 5th.
6:00 Hor D’oeuvres (cash bar)
Volunteers are needed Sunday from 10am to 1pm at the club. The remodeling is at the point where we need help putting the appliances and kitchen supplies back into their places. We also need to move the tables and chairs off the carpet so we can have it cleaned. Please come down if you can help!
Volunteers are needed Friday starting at 11am to move things back into the kitchen. Be one of the first to see the new bar! Please stop by if you are available!
Volunteers are already making preparations for the upcoming 2011-2012 curling season. Want to join us? Click here to see how you can help.
Get your team together! Leagues start October 27th. League registration will begin October 1st.
We will be offering learn to curl clinics October 24th, 25th, and 26th starting at 5pm. Check out our about curling section to learn more about the sport of curling.
Signup For A Clinic Now!
From the press release: “Spearheaded by Pat Berezowski, co‐chair of the Courtesy Freight Superspiel (Thunder Bay, Ontario) and 2010 Olympian John Benton (St. Michael, Minn.), the Great Lakes Curling Tour was organized to enhance and promote reciprocity between the growing numbers of elite curling events in the Great Lakes area. The tour will include eight men’s events and five women’s events.” Read the full press release here.
Lean more about the tour at www.greatlakescurlingtour.com