The VCC is proud to open our doors to the 2015-2016 season and invite our members for a special open house on Thursday, Sept. 3 from 6-10pm.
The Last Draw Lounge and Pro Shop will be open, and practice ice will be available all evening.
Locker Sign-Up will begin at 6pm. Due to limited availability, lockers will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Members are required to sign up in person and supply their own lock.
Come on out and be among the first to try the ice and browse the new stock in the Pro Shop! If you have any questions about lockers or the Members' Open House, email email@example.com or call the Club at 604.874.0122.
The 55+ BC Games “For Life, For Sport and Friends” is an annual multi sporting event produced by the BC Seniors Games Society for the 55+ population of BC to participate in 20 to 29 individual sports. This year the city of North Vancouver will host the event and 3,500 athletes will participate over the 5 day event. The Vancouver Curling Club will host the six events in three curling categories: Women’s, Men’s and Mixed.
This event will be a great way to launch the 2015-16 season and cheer on the teams from VCC who have qualified.
For more information or to volunteer visit: www.55plusbcgames.org
The VCC's Annual General Meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 3 from 7pm to 9pm and is open to all VCC members to attend. Our AGM is an important activity for our member-run organization. It provides the Board an opportunity to summarize its activities for the year, and it also gives members a chance to voice their feedback. In addition, a number of positions on the Club’s Board of Directors are up for election at each AGM. For more information, click here.
Did you volunteer at the Club last season? The annual VCC Volunteer BBQ will take place from 5:30pm to 6:30pm on Wednesday, June 3 (before the AGM). All volunteers of the 2014-2015 season are invited to come down and enjoy a drink and BBQ meal and socialize with other members. Please RSVP to Ryan via email firstname.lastname@example.org
It was a terrific week for Team Tully: Jeff Guignard (Skip), Brock Tully (Third), Dustin Koch (Second), Nick Kuit (Lead), and Ron McKay (Alternate) at the Pacific International Cup Event, the qualifier for the Travelers Canadian Club Championships.
Unfortunately a silver medal means that the team does not receive an all expenses paid trip to Ottawa for the Champs, however it does mean that they're the second best club team in BC, which is quite spectacular. The boys went 6-1 in the round robin, beating the team from Richmond, who won the Lower Mainland Challenge a week earlier. Their loss in the round robin was to Chilliwack, the team tha would eventually beat them in the finals for the BC pool.