This year the
West Kildonan Curling Club has a new President. My name
is Dennis Koroluk. I have curled at the West Kildonan
Curling Club for the past 15 years and been a member of
the Executive Board for the past 6 years. I would like
to thank the Executive Board and Membership for putting
their support behind me. I pledge to make curling at
West Kildonan Curling Club an enjoyable experience.
Edward Turchyn has been the President for the past 4
seasons. On behalf of the Executive Board and the
Membership I would like to thank him for all his hard
work and a job well done. Thanks a lot Ed.
The summer is coming to an end but for curlers it is the
beginning of a new season of curling. I would like to
welcome all new and returning curlers to the West
Kildonan Curling Club.
Again, our Cash League on Tuesday nights is the place
for high calibre curling. Cash prizes are sponsored by
TD Canada Trust Mortgage Sales Force, Peter Jarmasz. A
great sponsorship which makes a top notch league!
When visiting the club you will immediately notice the
bright clear environment. During the summer, the club
installed new fluorescent lights, new windows in the
second floor lounge, and new carpeting was installed all
around the ice surface. I am sure that everyone will
enjoy the upgraded facilities this season.
The West Kildonan Curling Club will be hosting the
Dominion Club Regional Playoffs, March 15-17, 2013.
If you are interested in curling, we offer a great
curling experience and a wonderful social atmosphere.
Please give us a call or come check out our facilities.
hereby given of the Annual
General Meeting of the West
Kildonan Curling Club to be
held as follows:
Call to Order
at 8:00 P. M.
Social Evening and Collection
of Curling Fees
News and Announcements
Canadian Junior Men Champions
The Matt Dunstone Team
Team Manitoba West Kildonan CC, Winnipeg
Skip: Matt Dunstone
Third: Colton Lott
Second: Daniel Grant
Lead: Brendan MacCuish Coach: Scott Grant
Matt Dunstone's Manitoba rink won the
men's title at the Canadian junior curling
championship on Saturday night with a 4-3
victory over Alberta's Thomas Scoffin in
Fort McMurray, Alta.
Tied in the 10th end, Alberta got a break
when a Manitoba peel attempt on Dunstone's
first delivery nudged one of Alberta stones
in the house to bite the button,
corner-frozen to a Manitoba rock.
Scoffin froze to his own frozen rock, and
Dunstone played a peel-weight double takeout
for the win.
It's Manitoba's first gold medal since
2002, when Winnipeg's David Hamblin claimed
the Canadian title at Summerside, P.E.I.,
and the seventh Canadian junior men's title
won by a Manitoba team.
Dunstone, 17, was backed up by third
Colton Lott, second Daniel Grant, lead
Brendan MacCuish, while Scoffin teamed with
lead Bryce Bucholz, second Landon Bucholz
and third Dylan Gousseau.
Dunstone reached the final after a pair
of must-win games Friday — over
Saskatchewan's Brady Scharback in the last
game of the round robin and against
Ontario's Aaron Squires in a third-place
tiebreaker — before winning 9-4 over Nova
Scotia's Stuart Thompson in the semifinal
The loss ended a bid for back-to-back
gold medals for Alberta at the tournament.
The Manitobans will represent Canada at
the world juniors, starting Feb. 28 in Sochi,
Russia, which serves as a test event for the
2014 Winter Olympics curling competition.
Sigurdson Third: Darren Oryniak
Second: Al Purdy
Lead: Wayne Sigurdson
2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings
When: December 1-8,
Where: MTS Centre, 300
Portage Ave. Winnipeg, Manitoba
The Old Classic full event pass has been
introduced first as a courtesy to the vast
number of curling fans that want to reserve
the best seats in the house for all 18
draws. It includes 14 draws of round robin
action plus the men’s and women’s
semi-finals and finals on championship
weekend at a price of $429. This package
also comes with an earlybird bonus – a pair
of tickets to one of the first two draws on
opening weekend – wrapped in with every full
event pass purchased before December 24.
Then, starting December 6, curling fans
will have the opportunity to put some “rocks
in their socks”. The $39 package, consisting
of a pair of tickets to one of the first two
draws Sunday, December 1, 2013, is a perfect
stocking-stuffer for the upcoming holiday
season. The new Flex Mini Pack priced at
$469 will be introduced in February, 2013
for fans that want to tailor their own
personal ticket package. Customers can pick
the draws they really want to see at the
times that work best for their schedule.
Wray Johnson and
Congratulations to the other respective
winners at the club
Clare Rand and
Team Kevin Campbell
Coca Cola Event:
Joel Ferchoff and
123 MCA Men's Bonspiel
Bituminex Paving Event - Winners
January 24, 2011
Brad Walker, Warren Shalay, Rob Humniski,
Nick Doherty & Dwight Wilson.
January 24, 2011
Historic 8 Ender
123rd MCA Men's Bonspiel
Brian Leskiw not only scored an eight-ender on
Saturday night against Morris’ Lorne Hamblin. He
stole eight. The remarkable curling feat, which
took place in the fourth end of what turned out to
be an 11-3 Leskiw victory at the Granite, might
have been historic, too.
officials haven’t had an eight-ender reported in
at least 10 years. Another official said it was at
least 25 years.
We couldn't be more proud of our little
half-hour domestic drama. It'll make you
laugh, cry and want to run out and grab a
beer with your best friends. It stars
Academy Award winner Patty Duke, Gemini
Award nominees Lolita Davidovich and
Caroline Neron, as well as Barbara Radecki
and Stephanie Anne Mills.
A bit about the show...
Meet Patti, Shirley, Annette, Cindy and
Marge – Five very different women just
trying to stay afloat amidst the chaos of
life: demanding children, high-maintenance
husbands, mortgages that keep them awake at
night, uninspiring jobs, and all the
challenges that come from being a wife, a
mother and more significantly, a woman.
They’re working class women who do it all
and more. And they’re just desperate for a
little me time. They are the real desperate
BUT…all is forgotten, all is left behind
when they are together, playing, training,
and competing for their true love…curling.
They are proud members of the West Kildonan
Curling Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Don’t
worry – this is NOT a show about curling.
For our women, curling is just their escape,
their girls’ night out and, frequently, a
metaphor for life.
Directed by the brilliant Mario Azzopardi
(acclaimed director of “ZOS: Zone of
Separation”) and writers Lara Azzopardi and
Julia Cohen, Throwing Stones is a show about
life, love, and the power of friendship.
Throwing Stones was produced by Mario
Azzopardi, Lara Azzopardi, Julia Cohen and
Kim Todd (Original Pictures).