Day League playoff update….

Added to the site on March 31, 2014

The Day League playoffs began today with Team E. Jamieson beating Team O’Leary for a spot in Thursday’s final, which will start at 10am. The other game today saw Team G. Jamieson beating Team J. Jamieson in the 3 vs 4 game. They now advance to the semi final vs Team O’Leary which will be played this Wednesday April 2nd at 12 noon. The winner of this game advances to the final on Thursday. Also note that both the Tuesday and Thursday Night League championships are happening at 7pm both nights. Tues has Team Sangster vs Team Brymer. Thursday has Team Luddington vs Team Cunningham. And finally we have our closing bonspiel (Jr. Sceles Memorial) this weekend. So far we have 5 teams signed up.

Sponsors of the final week of curling are….

Added to the site on March 31, 2014

This week’s sponsor’s are Mother Webb’s, Waterline Graphix, Mulgrave Machine Works, and Napa.

This week's sponsor's are Napa, Waterline Graphix, Mulgrave Machine Work's, and Mother Webb's.

This week’s sponsor’s are Napa, Waterline Graphix, Mulgrave Machine Work’s, and Mother Webb’s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day curling has been postponed until 1:30 today…

Added to the site on March 31, 2014

With the schools being cancelled we are postponing our Day League playoff games this morning and we will try for 1:30 this afternoon.

Chedabucto CC 50th Anniversary dinner details….

Added to the site on March 29, 2014

The Chedabucto Curling Club 50th Anniversary Dinner is good to go for April 26, 2014, at the wheelchair-accessible St. Francis Harbour Hall.

Since this celebratory dinner is being catered by the St. Francis Harbour Ladies Aid, we must submit our numbers to attend by April 12.  It is critical that everyone is clear with this fact: WHAT THE CLUB ORDERS IS WHAT WE PAY!

Please start spreading the word and get your name(s) submitted ASAP to Lois MacDonald (see attached) to ensure a celebration worthy of 50 years of good curling, community involvements and good times.

It is our hope that present members, past members, youngsters, friends of the Club and guests will help us to reach the capacity number of 110 diners.

Should have any additional questions contact me @ 533-2528.

Best regards
Ray

PS: The Chedabucto CC Annual Lobster Dinner is not being held for this year. It is planned to resume in 2015.

See below for details on the dinner :

Chedabucto Curling Club 50th Anniversary Dinner, April 26, 2014

Chedabucto CC’s celebration of 50 years of good curling is open to all — members, guests, former members, youngsters — up until we reach the 110 person capacity limit.

Dinner is being held at St. Francis Harbour Hall, # 3294, Rte. 344, Guys. County.

Since we must submit our number to attend by April 12, RESERVE ASAP.

The number we submit is what we must pay.

Reservation person: Lois MacDonald 533.2447

Required: Names of adults & children by April 12

Payment to Lois preferred or must pay at door

Happy Hour 6 PM – 7 PM / Dinner 7:00 PM

Dinner: roast beef, potatoes, turnips, carrots, peas, rolls, dessert, tea and coffee

Cost: $18.00. (Children 12 years and younger $12.00)

Due to bar, attendees under 19 years names’ must be posted

St. Francis Harbour Ladies Aid is hosting

Head-table guests

Dress: casual

Numbers that can be served (110 persons)

Wheelchair accessible

Chedabucto CC Leagues’ Champions to be recognized

No Club lobster dinner this year. Plan to resume it in 2015

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Juniors League curlers hang up their brushes until November 2014….

Added to the site on March 27, 2014

Even though the Juniors curling season got off to a shaky start, it definitely became a good year. To have 12 youngsters form Chedabucto CC’s Junior League and to complement that with two teams of Chedabucto CC’s Juniors placing second and third in the NS School Athletic Federation Regional Championship are all commendable achievements.

The Juniors’ successful curling season is due to the dedication of the youngsters (and parents), the direction of the coaches (Shawna Cody & Joe Jamieson), the other volunteers who pitched in to assist, the businesses who supported our events, Mr. Long, Principal CEC, and the Strait Regional School Board for enabling the buses to transport the kids to the rink. (I hope nobody was overlooked.)

As this season concludes the Chedabucto Curling Club Community Activity Society (CAS) is already making plans for next year’s Junior League curling season.

The tentative plans are to get the ice ready for the first of November with the youngsters on the ice early in that month.

If you know of youngsters who might be interested in becoming involved in the Junior League — spread the good words.

The ice will be melting in a week or two but there will be things happening.  Please keep in touch with www.chedabuctocc.ca to get CAS’s updates.

To those youngsters who partook in the 2013/2014 season: WELL DONE!

Best regards to all.

Ray