Why become a curling Coach?
8 reasons to start...

- Give back to the sport
- Become a positive role model
- Be a part of the community
- Participate in son/daughter's life
- Love the game and want to give others the chance to love it too
- Help young athletes reach their goals
- Take pleasure out of athlete's successes, grades, attitude, character, skills and winning
- Change the world...One player at a time

Teams are always looking for certified coaches.  If you are interested in becoming a Coach, give us a call.
Southern Alberta Curling Association - 403-246-9300

The Bow Valley Curling Club is looking for curlers to join a Sunday afternoon ‘fun’ mixed league (2:30 - 4:30 pm). We are 45 year+ age group and invite interested players to join assigned teams for the Fall or the Winter session (or both) OR join as a spare. Orientation lessons for curling are available. For further information, please contact Ann Austin at (403) 283-6546 or email: a2austin@telus.net   Alternate contacts (mid September-Oct 10): Jim LeFurgey: jimlef@telus.net or Fran Duffy: f.duffy@shaw.ca

Looking for Junior age female curler (approx 17-20yrs of age) for the 2017/18 season that has curled at the competitive level. We are looking specifically to fill the 3rd position so this individual must have the mental fortitude, shot making skills, be a team player and committed to our practice/bonspiel schedule. Initially we are planning a 2-3 day preseason practice in Leduc and then 1-2 team practices per month. Our bonspiel schedule consists of the Curlers Corner Jr, Michael Isaak, Leduc Jr and Red Deer Jr finishing it all off with a run in the Southern Alberta playdowns. 

If interested please contact Wayne Chyz-Coach for team Hamilton at wchyz@shaw.ca or through Messenger.


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