Club Updates

Three amendments to Chedabucto CC By-laws to be proposed at the AGM on April 24, 2019, AGM..

A more detailed AGM agenda will be forthcoming over the next several days. The following is to give you notice that — at the Chedabucto Curling Club’s April 24, 6:30 PM, AGM — three By-laws amendments will be proposed by the Club’s executive, with the current By-law in quotations marks and the proposed amendment in bold print. Those regular adult members in attendance will be asked to vote on these amendments.


1.  Clause 10:  Fiscal Year.”The Club’s fiscal year shall end the 31st day of May for each year.”. The By-law change shall be: The Club’s financial year shall be May 1 to April 30. The purpose of this amendment is to add clarity for the Club’s treasurer.

2 & 3. Clause 2 – Membership

 (B)       Classification

1.         “Regular/Adult Membership(s) shall be person(s) as per the age(s) set out by the Nova Scotia Curling Association and whose membership(s) has (have) been approved.” The new addition to (B) 1. shall be: New members shall be those persons who have never been members of the Club. The purpose is to give clarity to the definition to what constitutes a new member.

2.         “Family memberships shall be permitted for regular members, and their children who classify as junior members.” The new addition to (B) 2. shall be: Family dues shall be applicable if the family consists of two adult Club members in the same household and the child(ren) age(s) are 18 years or younger.

And the Night League Champs are…

The Night League, as of last night, has officially come to an end. On Tues night in the B semi-final Team Luddington beat Team Armstrong to advance to last night’s B final vs Team Dobson. On Wed night Team Sangster beat Team Long in the A semi-final to setup a rematch of last years A final with Team Brymer. So last night Team Luddington beat Team Dobson to again win the B final. That is 2 years in a row for Team Luddington. In the A final, in a repeat of last years A final but with different teammates, Team Brymer beat defending champ Team Sangster this time around. Congrats to all.

Update on league playoffs…

On Friday April 5th the 2nd Half of the Day league held their championship game with Team E. Jamieson beating Team Connolly. Congrats to the winning team.

On Thursday April 4th Team Sangster beat Team O’Connor in the 3 vs 4 Night League game. Team Sangster now advances to the A semi-final on Tues April 9th. In the 7 vs 8 Night League game Team Armstrong beat Team O’Regan to advance to the B semi-final on Tues April 9th vs Team Luddington. The winner of that game plays Team Dobson in the B final on April 11th. This past Sunday saw Team Brymer beat Team Long in the 1 vs 2 Night League game. Team Long now plays Team Sangster on Wed April 10th with Team Brymer going right to the A final game on April 11th.

Results are in from the Memorial Bonspiel…

Many people and specific organizations have enabled the Chedabucto
Curling Club (CCC) to develop and succeed over its 56-year history. So
as to honour and remember the CCC members who have passed on since the CCC was formed in 1963, it holds a season-closing Memorial Funspiel to
commemorate its departed members. This year’s Memorial Funspiel was held on April 5 & 6 whereby 32 curlers including 8 Junior curlers came together in the Boylston curling rink to enjoy their 4-ends curling matches.

In the end Team Nahrebecky took home the trophy. Team Dobson came in 2nd, Team Long 3rd and our Junior girls team, Team Grady, was 4th. A huge thanks goes out to all who helped organize the weekend with food donations, help at the bar & kitchen, and on-ice duties.

The Chedabucto Curling Club (CCC), a registered non-profit organization
managed by volunteers with its facility owned by its membership, must
continuously strive to raise funds to maintain its operation. One of its
numerous methods to raise moneys is to have 50/50 draws. Assisting Ray
Bates, President, by selecting the CCC’s  50/50 winner is Carly
Sangster, a member of the CCC Little Rockers, a division of the CCC
Junior Curling Program. The April 6 draw, worth $153.00, was won by
Archie Chisholm, Guysborough Intervale, NS.

Thanks also go out to the sponsors and supporters who donated prizes:
Guysborough Journal (Helen Murphy)
Labatt Brewing Company (Tim Macumber)
Hon. Lloyd Hines, MLA, Guysborough – Eastern Shore –Tracadie
Turning Point Curling School (Donalda Mattie)
Cook’s Gas Bar & Robin’s, Guysborough (Fraser Cook)
MacLeod Lorway / Guysborough Insurance
Ross Screenprint, Antigonish (Simon Hillyard)
Exxon Mobil/Maritime & Northeast Pipeline
RSR Painting, Guysborough (Sheldon Richard)
Strait Car Care, Port Hawkesbury (Bill Turner)
CIBC Antigonish
This now concludes our bonspiel season. Photos below taken by Maurice Landry