King Curling Club wraps up second successful season

April 23, 2013   ·   0 Comments

By Shellee Morning

As the King Curling Club completes its second successful year, members can reflect on some very memorable moments both in and around the rings of red and blue.
Whether those memorable moments are of their own curling milestones or of someone in the neighbouring rink; the laughter, camaraderie, and stories shared between curlers are but now an echo in the building that are etched in every member’s memory.
The infamous calls, double take-outs, nail-biting final draws to the button and of course who could forget the Mixed League marathon championship final game –a new record for the club.  Members can only speculate what the club and its leagues will have in store for us next year. Who can wait?
It cannot go unmentioned of the many volunteers that ensure our club and its members the ultimate curling experience every time we arrive for our game. The endless hours that are spent before, during and after by so many are to be recognized and thanked for their devoted and enthusiastic help.
The board of directors, league convenors, co-ordinators, lounge operators and to the many behind the scenes members that offered their time and assistance, the King Curling Club would not be the successful club that is.  Thank you to all.

Final Rock Star Awards

Last but surely not the least, the Little Rock program directors congratulate Michael Giustizia for his award who as a new curler demonstrated excellent balance, a smooth slide and accurate delivery skills. Michael also has a good understanding of the strategic decisions made when playing the position of skip or vice.
Brother Daniel joined the Little Rocks program late in the season and it wasn’t long before hard worcurler Michael Giustiziak and practice earned him this star award.  Daniel is learning the role of lead and demonstrates great sweeping skills and excellent team work.  Congratulations Daniel!
curler Daniel GiustiziaSo, for King curlers we can now count the days (or sleeps) until we grab our brooms and meet again.  Until next year, hurry hard!



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