40 and Fabulous!
PMCC’s 40th anniversary season is now behind us, and what an awesome year it was!
Ice conditions were the best they have been in years due to a mid season tune-up by the professionals from Jet Ice. Huge improvements were made to the dreaded sheet 6, and the rest of the ice saw big improvements as well. Shapening of the rocks resulted in more curl and more strategic play. With better ice maintenance by the stellar Port Moody ice staff, the improved conditions persisted for the remainder of the year.
This year’s bonspiel was a spectacular event. Tons of thanks and credit to the many volunteers who put in a lot of time and effort towards a fantastic 70’s party. Tell your friends that they will not want to miss the 2016/2017 bonspiel in November.
This year Port Moody boasts of two Club Members who played on the BC Women’s Scotties championship rink and a top junior player skipped his multi club team to the Division One Optimist Champions. Two fantastic achievements – we are so proud!!
Under new (Club) management this year the Port Moody Curling Club bar was great place to socialize. Drinks were reasonable priced and the company was a pleasure. Under the guidance of Peter Muir’s financial management, we actually came out a little ahead. Next year we expect that we will have some funds from the bar to put towards club improvements.
Moving Forward To 2016/2017 and Beyond!
Exciting News!! Next year the Port Moody Curling Club will once again host a Ladies League! This new Daytime Ladies League is hoping to see 6 to 8 teams competing on Thursday mornings. As President I am so pleased to see the return of the Ladies League and hope that this will be the start of a new wave of expansion.
Steps are underway to obtain the necessary funding to make our curling experience even better. If all goes as planned Port Moody Members will soon enjoy improved new rocks and improved rink conditions with the installation of heaters designed to reduce the humidity on the ice. With improved ice conditions we can then turn our attention to improving the lounge and by extension -- our events.
Finally, I am happy to welcome our many new additions to the Board of Directors. New faces bring new ideas and a new approach toward making this club great.
As a start the new Board will be combining the Learn to Curl and the Annual Open house into one event scheduled for September 10, 2016. To kick of the new season, the Club will host a mini fun spiel for new and old Club Member’s to get back into the swing of things. Watch the Club website for details.
Have a wonderful summer and see you soon for a fantastic start to our next 40 years.
If you like throwing stones ~ Drawing on Ice ~ Being taken out
Beginners to experienced players, why not come out and join in the fun we are having!
Curling is a social sport on and off the ice, it offers a great opportunity to meet old friends and make new ones
It's the perfect winter ice-breaker (rain-breaker)
Our weeknight Men's and Mixed leagues welcome players with all skill levels
Our daytime Men's and Mixed leagues welcome senior players with all skill levels
Our Junior program develops players skills, game knowledge and promotes general good sportsmanship
Our teams in the Travelers BC Club Championship
Skip Leila Wallace, Third Marybeth Rodgers, Second Mary Dyk, Lead Kathy Bolton
Skip Stephen Hyndes, Third Dave Graham, Second Stephen Cop, Lead Gary White
10 September 2016
10 September 2016
Learn to Curl Clinic
x to x January 2017
Open Mixed Bonspiel
x March 2017
Club Championship &
Annual General Meeting