Board of Directors
Letter from President
Glenmore Newsletter October 2018
A Little History
The Glenmore Curling Club opened its doors in 1961. It was originally named the Roxboro Curling Club, but the name was changed just before the opening.
Through a combination of debentures sold to the founding members and a floating loan from the bank, sufficient funds were raised to purchase a very large parcel of land. In 1962, the pool was dug, and the club opened for its first full season in 1963.
February 23rd, 2019 is Curling Day In Canada!
Let’s celebrate the great sport of curling across our country by showcasing the game, the incredible people and our curling rinks that are key parts of the community.
Visit curlingdayincanada.ca for more information!
Our program consists of 6 2-hour sessions on Wednesday evenings at 7pm during which you will learn the basic techniques, curling etiquette and game strategy! The cost is 120$ and the program starts on Wednesday, February 20.
Contact us via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (514-684-6350) for more details!
Want to curl, but don’t know where to start? Join Glenmore’s “Learn to Curl”!
Our program consists of 6 2-hour sessions on Friday evenings at 7pm during which you will learn the basic techniques, curling etiquette and game strategy! The cost is 120$ and the program starts on Friday, October 26.
Contact us via e-mail (email@example.com) or by phone (514-684-6350) for more details!
I would like to thank all the golfers/curlers who participated in the event on Sunday, October 14th, 2018. It was a great day where we all played a 12-hole scramble at Elm Ridge with beautiful weather, curled 6 ends at Glenmore, devoured a chicken dinner from Cote-St-Luc BBQ, and had a few drinks throughout the day.
Closest to the Pin
3rd Place (42 points)
2nd Place (44 points)
Winners (46 points)
Terry O’Brien/Nancy Harvey
Champions – Team Larry South
Congrats to all the Winners!
See you all next year.