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NEWSLETTER

 

Join us at the "Curling Club" for the

35th Annual Haliburton Home & Cottage Show

Friday, May 31st 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm, Saturday, June 1st 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
and
Sunday, June 2nd 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Contact: Wayne Hussey 705-457-2892

Home show

 

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

On behalf of the Haliburton Curling Club, we would like to welcome both our brand new and long term curlers to the Club for another curling season. If you are considering joining the Haliburton Curling Club, we would like to make your decision a little easier for you. You will find no better way of discovering what is the true fabric of “life in the Highlands”. The members of the Haliburton Curling Club enjoy a sense of community that is truly rewarding. Among fellow members, you will find both lifelong Haliburtonians and retirees relatively new to our community, as well as students and leaders, who individually and collectively are proud to call Haliburton their home……their backgrounds and insights are as unique as the lakes of Haliburton County.

Our Club is a four sheet modern Club with a refurbished lounge, bar, kitchen and men’s and women’s locker rooms. We have a state-of-the-art ice-making plant, a full time ice maker, and some of the best ice in the province. For a small county we are proud to have close to 300 members who call Haliburton, their Club. We offer adult, junior, and business league curling as well as learn to curl clinics for new curlers. Our curlers range in age from school level curlers to some of our older adult curlers who are in their 80’s.

If you are an experienced curler, you might want to consider joining one of our more competitive leagues. If you are a relatively new curler, consider joining one of our
non-competitive women, men or mixed leagues. Regardless of your skill level, enjoy a Club where a sense of community and friendship are more important than your skill on the ice. Bonspiels, various social activities and many special events only serve to add to a warm and engaging curling experience.

Be assured that your executive remains committed to enhancing your dream of “living in the Highlands” and welcomes your input on ways and means of improving upon your curling experience.

Remember the Haliburton Curling Club’s motto. “Have fun, meet friends, keep fit and stay active!”. Haliburton, where “Curling Rocks”.

Good curling everyone!

Rick Ashall
President
Haliburton Curling Club


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Brad Gushue meets two
of our oldest members,
Bunny Scott and
Phyllis Woodcock.




 

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