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Another Curling Season is here!

Our opening dinner was, as always, a great success. Good food, Good company, and good news about updates to our club.

We had nine of our new members in attendance and by the smiles on their faces, they appeared to enjoy themselves.

Club membership has grown to more than 80 members from only 65 in 2016.

League play starts on October 22nd

Good Curling!

 

We honoured our club's Past Presidents with a plaque that will be placed on our "wall of fame".
The plaque names 14 Presidents since 1982

Malcolm Scott 1982 -1984
Marie VanClieaf 1984 - 1986
George Irvine 1986 - 1989
Bruce Fulford 1989 - 1992
Doreen Wheeler 1992 - 1996
John Roberts 1996 - 1997
Gary Winter 1997 - 1998
Bob Lawson 1998 - 2000
Ted Baker 2000 - 2002
Marlene Parker 2002 - 2004
Bob Lawson 2004 - 2006
Hugh Knox 2006 - 2008
Al McDonald 2008 - 2010
Pat VanGeytenbeek 2010 - 2014

Four of our Past Presidents were in attendance.
They are:(Left to Right)
Pat VanGeytenbeek,
Hugh Knox,
Doreen Wheeler
Al McDonald.


President’s Message

Welcome Curlers to Your Baysville Curling Club

The 2018/19 season is about to begin and on behalf of the executive directors we welcome all new and returning curlers.

There are some exciting changes to your club this year and we hope that you will learn about them at this, your club’s website. Please browse all the page links and information about the upcoming season. This should be your “go to” place for all things related to the club including members contact information, schedules, and current news and events so check in often for new additions, pictures and resources. Our webmaster does a great job at keeping these pages fresh and interesting. Most of your questions can be answered here but if you need additional information don’t hesitate to contact me or any board member.

The Baysville Curling Club is an active club and has various options for all levels of curling. Whether you have joined our club to curl for recreation, competition or for socializing and meeting new friends you will find us friendly and supportive. The club hosts bonspiels and jitneys, all of this, including unlimited curling for one low price.

The club is available for rentals, so keep this in mind for family parties and gatherings. Club members get a preferred rate. Fully licensed and stocked bar with bartenders, full public health inspected kitchen, lounge and ice sheets and curling equipment are available.

Volunteers play a very important role in the successful operation of our club and the current Board of Directors sincerely thanks all volunteers, including the substantial contributions of those Directors whose terms are now completed.   Your active participation in your club guarantees a rewarding curling experience during the upcoming season, and ensures the continued success of the BCC.

We hope you have an enjoyable and rewarding 2018/19 curling season.

Don Evans


We have a new welcome sign

&
New Curling Stones
Our new Stones have been delivered from Canada Curling Stones to replace our existing stones that were in excess of 50 years old!
Red-Brown Treffor Granite Stones have been selected and are ready for our new season.

&
New club Brooms, Grippers and Sliders

 


The Surf and Turf Dinner and Auction was a great success again this year!

Everyone had a great time and the food was superb.
All items for the auctions were donated by local businesses, members and friends of the Curling Club and the Riverfront Group.
Both these organizations and their members deserve a great deal of praise for all their time and efforts in making this the most successful annual event in the region.


Smith, Donald Robert
1935 - 2018

We honor a man who was part of the club for 29 years.
Don passed away on March 29th at the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital.
He will be greatly missed by all members of our club and by those from other clubs that new Don from his involvement in Bonspiels and as a curler in the Masters and Grand Masters League.


Special note to all Members and Visitors


We are asking for your consideration with regards to the use of scents, colognes and perfumes while in our club.
Several of our curlers suffer from asthma and recently one individual was forced to leave the club due to a scent that someone was wearing while curling.
Some of us may be not be aware that certain chemicals used in perfumes and colognes will cause reactions in some of our curlers and guests.
Asthma can be very frightening to the sufferer and those who witness an attack.
Please do your part by refraining wearing any scented products while in the club.
To make our curling facility healthy and safe, we need everyone's support to make our club a scent free environment.
We very much appreciate your cooperation in this matter.


 


 

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Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Baysville Curling Club to provide a safe, clean and friendly environment which offers the opportunity to enjoy fellowship and sport.
We are dedicated to the promotion of curling by providing an affordable, enjoyable, and social activity for people of all skill levels, from beginner to experienced.