Sign Up for 2020-2021 Season is Now Open

Our CCC board has decided to go ahead with starting the curling season for those who want to curl assuming we can get ~100 paid members. Our CCC board has also voted to transfer Pay-it-Forward credits accrued in the 2019-2020 season to the 2021-2022 season (next season) with all members paying full dues this year to help minimize a financial loss on the season. We will be using the guidelines as presented in the last survey. Masks will be required to begin the season. This requirement may be adjusted during the season based on CDC and local health department guidelines. Those who do not comply with the guidelines will be asked to leave.

The season will potentially start the week of Nov 16th.  We are asking those who wish to curl to pay for their season by Oct 22nd via our website. There will be a COVID-19 waiver release form members will need to sign on the first day of curling.

If we are unable to reach our goal of paid members and do not make ice, the members who paid will receive a refund.

We hope that those who feel comfortable will be able to join in curling this year.

  

New to the Club - Need to Sign Up for the First Time?

CLICK HERE

 

Tutorial for How to Register for Leagues and Pay for Dues:

Not sure how to pay your dues online? 
for tutorial video on how to sign up for leagues and pay for dues.


Changing your Account Password

CLICK HERE for tutorial video on how to change your password and how to use our Curling Club Manager website. 

 


 

Did you know?

Did you know after you create and activate your user account you can book ice time online to practice during non-scheduled league time?  If you need to work on your out-turn please click here: https://centervillecurlingclub.com/index.php/member-s-home/other/book-ice-time

Mixed Bonspiel

Cabo San Curling - A Beach Fiesta - Centerville Mixed Bonspiel was a great success.

Thanks to all the teams and club volunteers who made it a great weekend.  Fun had by all.

Hope you can join us next year!

 

8 Ender in Centerville!

8 end

Congrats to the Andrew Malovrh rink for scoring an 8-ender during Wednesday night league play!  Team members consist of:

Lead:  David Schultz
Second:  Gregg Gibson
Third:  Andrew Malovrh
Skip:  John Beirne
 
 

 lynn

Centerville Curler Joins USWCA Canadian Friendship Tour

The Maritime Provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick served as hosts of the 2018 USWCA Canadian Friendship Tour. Sixteen women curlers from across the United States were selected February 15, 2018 at the United States Women’s Curling Association National Women's Bonspiel held in Durham, North Carolina. The Friendship tour is comprised of women from curling clubs in the states of Washington, Maine, Colorado, Maryland, Ohio, Minnesota, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania and from Wisconsin: Lynn Adams, Centerville Curling Club (pictured); Anne Pryor, Madison Curling Club; Jacalyn Stetina, Kettle Moraine Curling Club; and Brenda Tait, Racine Curling Club.

The US women began their adventure on November 5 and concluded November 16, 2018, flying in and out of Boston.

Congratulations to those chosen who will be traveling in the beautiful Maritime Provinces, curling, touring, and making friends. Updates on the tour can be found at: http://www.uswca.org/2018-senior-friendship-tour-daily-report

 
 
 
 
 
Ready for curling...Be ready to Play!- All week nights have multiple shifts of curling. Please start on time so the next shift is able to start on time.  Many of our late-shift leagues institute an "early ice prep" to help prepare the ice by pebbling and nipping the ice.  If you are new to our club (or old and want/need to learn how) please don't hesitate to ask so we can teach you on how to do this correctly.  The quicker these tasks get done, the quicker people can curl and talk strategy in the club room after the game. 
 
 
After the game- Cleanup/Locking Procedures- Reminder that each weeknight league is responsible for cleaning up the locker rooms, kitchen, club room, viewing room, main hallway entrance prior to leaving for the night and locking up the building.  Your league chair will convey more of these expectations with you this week, but for the main part:
 
Basic cleaning expectations:
-Vacuum all rooms and rugs, including the main entrance area. 
-Remove all trash from trash cans from ice rink, club room, viewing room, kitchen, and bathrooms and bring to dumpster outside of west doors.
-Take recyclables out of green containers and place in recycle bin.
-Wash & dry dirty pitchers/dishes
-Wash off round table tops
-Mop white tile in kitchen/bathroom if excessively dirty.
-Place bar money in envelope (found in bar) and slide money envelope under the club office door.
-Shut all light off
-Make sure all exterior doors are locked (front entrance, ice machine room door, and west door towards Beedles.
 
 

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