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<strong>Club</strong> News<br />

N o v e m b e r <strong>·</strong> D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 1<br />

A q u A t i c s <strong>·</strong> B A d m i n t o n <strong>·</strong> B o w l i n g <strong>·</strong> c u r l i n g <strong>·</strong> 5 5 P l u s <strong>·</strong> f i t n e s s <strong>·</strong> s k A t i n g <strong>·</strong> s q u A s h <strong>·</strong> t e n n i s


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Memorable Moments<br />

Legacy Award<br />

The Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s of <strong>Calgary</strong> have awarded Doug Baisley,<br />

long time <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> member, their first Legacy Award.<br />

Doug was selected to be the first recipient awarded for his<br />

leadership with the BGCC Board of Directors from 1976 to 1990<br />

and for his continued support of the children, youth and families<br />

involved with the Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s of <strong>Calgary</strong>.<br />

Doug played a key role during the years in which BGCC began<br />

focusing on young people who were dropping out of school,<br />

and homeless teens who were becoming a concern for the<br />

community. With all the work he has done for <strong>Calgary</strong>’s kids, he<br />

is most proud of the Board role he played in the development of<br />

Avenue 15.<br />

Thoughout his many years with Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s, Doug’s day job was with Pacific Petroleum,<br />

PetroCanada and eventually SunCor. Since he is still a part of SunCor’s retiree group, Doug continues to<br />

leverage his donations to Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s of <strong>Calgary</strong> with SunCor’s matching program.<br />

Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s of <strong>Calgary</strong> have been supporting low-income children and youth in <strong>Calgary</strong> since<br />

1939, through many community changes. What remains the same however, is that caring adults truly<br />

change the lives of children. For the many ways Doug has cared for the kids in the Boys and Girls <strong>Club</strong>s,<br />

they were pleased to present Doug Baisley with their first Legacy Award.<br />

Innisfail Triathlon<br />

This summer a group of <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> members<br />

took on a new challenge; they all committed to a beginner<br />

triathlon training program held by the <strong>Club</strong>, and led by<br />

Personal Trainer Shannon Summersides. The training<br />

consisted of two workouts for each discipline (swimming,<br />

biking, and running) each week. The training was a new<br />

challenge for the group, and everyone committed to the<br />

program and worked hard during the workouts. They all<br />

went out of their comfort zones and improved immensely<br />

over the summer! On September 10, <strong>2011</strong> the group<br />

met in Innisfail for a sprint triathlon; this would be the<br />

culmination of all their hard work! Everyone in the group<br />

completed the distance and had a blast! Come up to the<br />

Fitness Center and check out some photos from the race!<br />

The group did really well and we are proud of their<br />

commitment to a healthy lifestyle.<br />

Triathlon participants include members: Sarah Paranych, Tony Jarvis, Jill McCormick, Roberta Delidais,<br />

Joanne Hansen, Gail Peris, Kathy Lewis, Katy Cascadden, Joan Cascadden and Diane Boutin.<br />

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The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is proud to use FSC-certified paper<br />

in the production of this newsletter, demonstrating our<br />

commitment to the environment.


P r e s i d e n t ’ s M e s s a g e<br />

Pau l Pa s u t to | 4 0 3 . 2 8 9 . 5 5 1 1 | c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

At the CWC AGM on September 27 th , we continued with the annual progression of our <strong>Club</strong>’s governance model, with two<br />

changes to our Board; Michael Lang completed his term in his final position as our Board Chair and Gail Yester was elected<br />

as a new Director. The following Directors were re-elected for a second term; Deborah Eastwood, Dan Halyk, Barbara<br />

McDonald, Tim Watson and myself. Mike Boyle now transitions from President to Chairman and Dan Halyk is the new Vice<br />

President.<br />

On behalf of our Membership, I would like to thank Michael Lang for his leadership and dedication to our <strong>Club</strong> during a period<br />

of significant change. I would also like to thank all our existing Directors for their continued commitment to the <strong>Club</strong> and<br />

welcome Gail to her new position. We are fortunate to have a very effective Board, with all Directors bringing their talents,<br />

experience and business knowledge into a cooperative mindset and working hard to govern our <strong>Club</strong> on the basis of solid<br />

values, guiding principles and best business practices. The result for all of us is a Board that operates with the best interests of<br />

the <strong>Club</strong> Membership at all times. We are also fortunate to have our Management Team, led by CEO Kevin Boyles, executing<br />

the operations of our <strong>Club</strong> with the same core values, principles and business practices in an open and transparent fashion.<br />

My family joined the CWC 16 years ago. Along with my wife Melissa, and sons Justin and Matthew, we have experienced and<br />

enjoyed most of the areas of the <strong>Club</strong> as an extension of our daily routines. The <strong>Club</strong>’s comfortable and welcoming<br />

environment has given us the opportunity to form and develop life long relationships. Both of my sons have participated as<br />

high performance international athletes, having had their beginnings, development and support coming from the climate and<br />

culture of our <strong>Club</strong>. In past years, mostly due to their academic and athletic activities, I have enjoyed opportunities to volunteer<br />

with other organizations through various Board/Council/Committee positions; including coaching Junior <strong>Club</strong> and Provincial<br />

Rugby, and in my most recent volunteer position as a Section Lead at Cypress Mountain during the 2010 Olympics. This was<br />

perhaps one of my most enjoyable volunteer initiatives.<br />

While these past roles have assisted me with my CWC duties, I was originally asked to become a Director due to my real estate<br />

development and construction experience. My company has provided development management services for a number of<br />

companies (including WestJet) and we are in the final completion stages of the 350,000 square foot Le Germain Hotel/Office<br />

and Condominium mixed use development on the corner of 9 th Avenue and Centre Street in downtown <strong>Calgary</strong>.<br />

Over the past 3 years, I have enjoyed my Board position, working on various Committees and learning much about the internal<br />

workings of our <strong>Club</strong>. As your President, I am excited to continue to execute on the many initiatives that the Board and our<br />

Management Team have developed to build on our <strong>Club</strong>’s strong foundation. As Members, over and above the normal<br />

operations of the <strong>Club</strong>, we have seen many changes over the last two years, including some of the following significant<br />

initiatives:<br />

• Completion of the <strong>Club</strong>’s Expansion Master Plan and securing Member and City approval to proceed with construction.<br />

• Hiring Kevin Boyles as our new CEO/General Manager in the Fall of <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

• Completion of an in-depth review of the <strong>Club</strong>’s Food & Beverage operations through the Finance Committee.<br />

• The establishment of four new Board Committees; Food & Beverage (chaired by Dale Johns), Heritage (chaired by<br />

Deborah Eastwood), Communications (chaired by Barb McDonald) and Retail (chaired by John Stiles).<br />

• The introduction of a number of policy changes designed to benefit current and future Members including; a lifetime<br />

waiver of the Annual Dues for the <strong>Club</strong>’s remaining Charter Members, a revised Social Wait List option which expands the<br />

demographic of families who can afford to access the <strong>Club</strong>, and a number of initiatives designed to ensure that all Members<br />

contribute equitably to the financial operation of the <strong>Club</strong> and utilize the <strong>Club</strong> appropriately.<br />

There is no doubt that Our <strong>Club</strong> has seen more changes in recent years than would be considered normal. With what appears at<br />

times to be endless change and transformation, we understand that some of our Membership may have concerns and/or desire a<br />

higher level of awareness and communication.<br />

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President’s Message Continued from Page 3...<br />

For those of you who did not attend our AGM, the need for this increased awareness and understanding was clearly<br />

communicated, and has been acknowledged by our Board and <strong>Club</strong> Management. It was also brought to our attention that, due<br />

to recent staffing changes at our <strong>Club</strong>, the rumor mill has been particularly active with comments questioning the business<br />

practices and integrity of our Board and Senior Management. These comments were particularly disturbing to me and I would<br />

like to take this opportunity to set the record straight, without disclosing any sensitive or personal information. Please<br />

understand that;<br />

1. There is no policy or mandate by our Board and Management to “clean house” or terminate individuals employed by<br />

the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

2. Within the last couple of years concerns over compliance with the Canadian Revenue Agency (CRA), in relation to<br />

employee contracts and relationships, have become a significant concern for the private <strong>Club</strong> industry. Like many<br />

other private <strong>Club</strong>s, we had multiple examples of employee/contractor relationships that were non-compliant and that<br />

exposed the <strong>Club</strong> to significant risk.<br />

To ensure compliance with the CRA, and to establish consistency and transparency in relation to our <strong>Club</strong>’s management and<br />

Sport Professional employment structure/compensation model, Kevin Boyles and the Senior Management Team have<br />

completed an in-depth review and proceeded, with Board input and approval, to restructure these components of our <strong>Club</strong>. We<br />

now have a standardized, clear and consistent employment structure for all of our Senior Managers and Professionals, and all of<br />

these individuals have been recently signed to new employment agreements with the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

In moving forward and correcting our course, <strong>Club</strong> Management has kept the Board fully informed and has obtained Board<br />

approval prior to executing their plans and strategies to eliminate our risks and exposures. Management has also relied on<br />

external legal advice in relation to all employee actions and changes to employee relationships. No action has been taken<br />

without the careful consideration of Management, the Board, and our external legal council.<br />

Our Board and Senior Management of the <strong>Club</strong> are philosophically aligned, and with this restructuring in the final stages of<br />

completion, I can assure our Membership that we will no longer allow our <strong>Club</strong> to be at risk and we will continue to direct and<br />

support Management to take action as is required; based on solid core values, the highest degree of integrity and professional<br />

business practices.<br />

This will continue to be a year of significant change at the CWC, due to our recent Senior Management changes, the<br />

completion of Phase 1 of the Expansion, and with new programming and opportunities emerging throughout the <strong>Club</strong>. Despite<br />

all attempts to keep members informed, questions will still surface and clarification will be required. I would encourage our<br />

Members, who have specific concerns or need clarity regarding an issue, to speak to Management directly rather than relying<br />

on rumors or hearsay. Our Management Team is approachable and committed to being available to every Member. Your Board<br />

Members are also a resource, but are not directly involved in the operations of the <strong>Club</strong>, so will most often refer your concerns<br />

to Management.<br />

We have a fantastic <strong>Club</strong> that will only improve under the outstanding leadership of Kevin Boyles and his Senior Management<br />

Team, along with your engaged and committed Board of Directors. We all look forward to an exciting year ahead.<br />

Sincerely,<br />

Paul Pasutto<br />

President, <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

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C l u b N o t i c e s<br />

403.289.5511 | members@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Holiday Hours of operation<br />

Friday, December 23: 5:50 am - 6:00 pm<br />

Saturday, December 24: Closed<br />

Sunday December 25: Closed<br />

Monday, December 26: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

Saturday, December 31: 5:50 am - 8:30 pm<br />

Sunday, January 1: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

registration days<br />

We have changed our registration process. In the last number of registrations, the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> has not been satisfied with our registration mornings. Our system has not<br />

been able to keep up with the influx of volume during our seasonal registrations for<br />

programs. To ensure a smooth process for members, we have tried the following to<br />

improve things:<br />

• Upgraded our server<br />

• Moved registration morning to three mornings<br />

• Upgraded to a newer version of Gametime<br />

Even with these measures, the last registration was still not up to our standards of<br />

service. While we continue to research solutions and software systems, the <strong>Club</strong><br />

has moved our registration mornings to a one day, spaced out registration on<br />

Sunday, December 4 th . This is so we can accommodate the volume in each area,<br />

and to respond to significant feedback that the morning sessions were not ideal for<br />

most members. We anticipate there will be a marked improvement in speed and<br />

service for our members.<br />

CWC Contest<br />

Tell us what the importance of families to you. Email your story to<br />

contest@calgarywinterclub.com before December 1 st and the top two will be<br />

published in the January/February Newsletter.<br />

fall program evaluation and feedbaCk on-line<br />

Program instructors and <strong>Club</strong> Professionals would appreciate it if you could take<br />

the time to fill out the Program Evaluation and Feedback form that is available on<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>’s website for all fall session programs. Hard copies of the<br />

program evalutation forms are available at the Sports Office or through<br />

GameTime, under the “Schedules” tab. The feedback you provide is valuable for<br />

our present programming and will help us to program more to your needs in the<br />

future. Thank you for your time and input.<br />

Inside this issue... 22 New Year’s Eve Event<br />

2 Memorable Moments<br />

3 President’s Message<br />

5 <strong>Club</strong> Notices<br />

6 Childcare/Preschool<br />

8 Curling<br />

10 Badminton<br />

11 CWC Board of Directors<br />

13 Sport Shop<br />

15 Fitness<br />

18 Bowling<br />

19 Tennis<br />

20 Skating<br />

24 Expansion Update<br />

25 Athletic Awards<br />

26 Aquatics<br />

28 Squash<br />

30 P.A.R.T.Y.<br />

36 55 Plus<br />

38 Membership<br />

39 Members’ Directory<br />

41 November Calendar<br />

42 December Calendar<br />

43 Meet the New F&B Manager<br />

4611 - 14 th Street N.W. | <strong>Calgary</strong>, Alberta T2K 1J7<br />

Main Switchboard: 403-289-5511 | Fax: 403-289-2035<br />

Sports Line: 403-289-1955<br />

Administration Office: 403-338-2418<br />

Fitness Centre: 403-289-0040<br />

Food & Beverage: 403-289-0024 | Fax: 403-282-9282<br />

Web Site: www.calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Membership: 403-338-2415<br />

For membership information/inquiries and changes:<br />

membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

For sports related inquiries:<br />

sportsoffice@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

For Expansion related inquiries:<br />

expansion@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

DireCt NuMbers<br />

The last 3 digits are locals:<br />

Administration<br />

Kevin Boyles, CEO and General Manager 403.338.2414<br />

Jan Bloemraad, COO and Assistant GM 403.338.2443<br />

Gary Maher, CFO/Finance Manager 403.338.2411<br />

Alisa Audia, Marketing & Sales Manager 403.338.2416<br />

Chantelle Pinder, Human Resources Manager 403.338.2428<br />

Jodi Paisley, <strong>Club</strong> Services Manager 403.338.4506<br />

Russ Switzer, Member Services Manager 403.338.2401<br />

Food & beverage<br />

Jeff Merrin, F&B Manager 403.338.2417<br />

Brad Traquair, F&B Operations Manager 403.338.2446<br />

Kurt Baertsch, Assistant F&B Manager 403.338.2423<br />

Josef Wetteskind, Catering Sales Manager 403.338.2427<br />

Meredith Nelson, 818 Bistro Manager 403.338.2404<br />

Palmina Melicchio, F&B Administration 403.338.2406<br />

Miguel Medrano, Snack Bar Manager 403.338.2426<br />

Athletics and Program Activities<br />

Anna Gorski, Aquatics 403.338.2408<br />

Dave Humble, Badminton 403.338.2429<br />

Jim Channon, Bowling 403.338.2424<br />

Heather Mackie, Childcare & Preschool 403.338.2405<br />

Kim Perkins, Curling 403.338.2442<br />

Amber Wright, 55 Plus & P.A.R.T.Y. 403.338.2435<br />

Rick Mueller, Fitness 403.338.2436<br />

Tina-Marie Yenna, Skating 403.338.2421<br />

Ashley Read, Squash 403.338.2448<br />

May Hull, Sports Shop 403.338.2425<br />

Rick Johnston, Tennis 403.338.2447<br />

P r e s i d e n t ’ s M e s s a g e<br />

Housekeeping & Maintenance<br />

Bruce Marsales, Building Operations Mngr 403.338.2441<br />

Marty Hynes, Housekeeping Manager 403.338.2449<br />

Mark Perkins, Health & Safety Manager 403-338-4501<br />

<strong>Club</strong> News<br />

<strong>Club</strong> News is a publication of the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong><br />

<strong>Club</strong>. The next issue of <strong>Club</strong> News will be the<br />

January/February 2012 issue. Copy and advertising<br />

deadline for this issue is Thursday, December 1, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

For advertising information, please contact Alisa<br />

Audia, Marketing Manager, at 403.338.2416.<br />

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CHildCare Hours<br />

Fall hours now until December 23 rd<br />

Mondays to Fridays: 8:45 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Saturdays: 8:45 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Sundays and Holidays: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Remembrance Day (Friday, Nov. 11 th ): 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

CHristmas break Hours<br />

December 23 rd : 8:45 am - 4:00 pm<br />

December 24, 25 & 26: Childcare is CLOSED<br />

December 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

January 1 st : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

January 2, 3, 4, 5& 6: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

programming notes for tHe remembranCe<br />

day Weekend:<br />

• On Remembrance Day all our programming will be<br />

cancelled (Mini Mites, Parent & Tot Craft/Story,<br />

Giggles).<br />

• On Saturday, November 12 th all ballet and Playball<br />

classes will run as normal.<br />

aWay and play<br />

For the month of November Away and Plays can be anytime<br />

between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm.<br />

For the month of December Away and Plays can be anytime<br />

between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm.<br />

• 2 ½ hours during available times<br />

• $20.00/child<br />

• No Shows $20.00/child<br />

• Late pick-ups $15.00/child per half hour or part thereof<br />

This is a great chance to get ready for the holidays and do<br />

some Christmas shopping while your children enjoy<br />

playing in the childcare. You must pre-book as there are a<br />

limited number of spots. If your child is an infant please<br />

ensure they are also booked for infant childcare.<br />

fall infant bloCk bookings<br />

Fall infant block bookings end on December 23 rd . If your<br />

classes are over before then and you do not want the spaces<br />

please call to cancel to avoid being billed as a ‘no show’.<br />

If you would like times for your infant between<br />

December 24 th and January 8 th you can call up to 4 days<br />

ahead to book (not counting the day you call on).<br />

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<strong>Winter</strong> infant bloCk bookings<br />

January 9 - March 31<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> block bookings can be made by phoning childcare<br />

starting on:<br />

Friday, December 2 nd at 8:30 am for Active members<br />

Friday, December 9 th at 8:30 am for Select members.<br />

These are for infants who will be coming at the same times<br />

each week. You can make up to 3 block bookings each a<br />

maximum of 2 hours.<br />

Celebrations<br />

These are once a month classes which celebrate special days.<br />

Each class is 1 ½ hours and runs from 1:00 - 2:30 pm.<br />

The following celebrations register with the <strong>Winter</strong> Programs<br />

(which will be on Sunday, December 4 th at 1:00 pm for active<br />

members and the following week for Select members):<br />

Celebration - <strong>Winter</strong> Wonderland: Monday, January 16 th<br />

Celebration - Lots of Love: Monday, February 13 th<br />

Celebration - Green is Keen: Monday, March 12 th<br />

presCHool CHristmas Crafts<br />

Saturday, December 10 th | 1:00 - 3:00 pm or 3:30 - 5:30 pm<br />

Upper Classroom<br />

This program is for children who are 3.5 - 6.5 years. There<br />

will be another program running for older children at the 1:00<br />

time (through PARTY).<br />

There will be several different Christmas<br />

crafts available and children can choose the<br />

crafts they would like to make. Children<br />

must be dropped off and picked up by a<br />

parent but you can come at any point during<br />

the class and they can stay as long as you wish to leave them.<br />

presCHool CHristmas break Camps<br />

We are offering one day camps over the Christmas Break.<br />

Each camp will be different so you can sign your child up for<br />

as few or as many as you wish.<br />

The Tuesday and Thursday camps are for children who are 3<br />

years old. These are 2 hour camps. The cost is $16/class.<br />

The Wednesday and Friday camps are for children who are 4<br />

and 5 years old. These are 3 hour camps. The cost is<br />

$24/class.


magiC of CHristmas<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is proud to once again be part of the<br />

Magic of Christmas, a registered non-profit organization that<br />

brings the joy of Christmas to people who otherwise may not<br />

be able to enjoy this joyous season. Starting at 6:00 am on<br />

Christmas Eve morning, volunteers go to homes in need of<br />

loving, caring and sharing. Many homes are visited: homes<br />

where finances are stretched to the limits, homes where<br />

violence or death make it hard to be joyous. They also visit<br />

nursing homes and hospitals as they share not only Christmas<br />

gifts but also Christmas joy.<br />

We will be putting the tree up on December 1 st and invite<br />

everyone to join us in this worthwhile endeavor. Members<br />

and staff can select a tag from the Magic of Christmas Tree<br />

(in the main hallway across from the Sports Desk) and<br />

purchase a gift for a person as described on the tag. Then<br />

place the gift with the tag attached under the tree. Please do<br />

not wrap the present as they need to unwrap them to check<br />

the gifts before they can be delivered. The last day to drop off<br />

gifts is December 22 nd at Noon.<br />

weekly Friday Night Dinner buffet<br />

Kids under 3 eat Free!<br />

EvEry friday night<br />

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm<br />

adult’s – $19.95<br />

senior’s – $18.95<br />

Youth (age 11 - 15 years) – $16.95<br />

Children (age 3 - 10 years) – $10.95<br />

(prices do not include GST or Gratuities)<br />

CHildCare foCus of tHe montH<br />

Thank you to all parents who have been diligent in keeping<br />

children who are under the weather at home. The staff and<br />

other parents appreciate this as it allows us to all stay<br />

healthier. The following are the guidelines of when children<br />

should stay home. As a courtesy to all other members and<br />

staff we ask everyone to follow these. If a child comes and<br />

our staff feel they are sick and should not be in childcare we<br />

will ask you to take them home, but we appreciate you<br />

making the call before it needs to come to this.<br />

Children should remain at home when:<br />

• They are too sick to go to school/day care<br />

• They have a fever<br />

• They have had 2 or more instances of diarrhea/vomiting<br />

in the past 24 hours.<br />

• They have an undiagnosed or contagious rash<br />

• They have any communicable disease (chicken pox, pink<br />

eye, etc)<br />

• They require medication to relieve any cold or flu<br />

symptoms<br />

• They have been on antibiotics for less than 24 hours<br />

• They are unusually tired, pale and have a lack of appetite.<br />

The Preschool and Childcare staff<br />

would like to wish all members and<br />

their families a great Christmas!<br />

Friday Night Buffet<br />

The 818 Bistro showcases a featured buffet every Friday night to<br />

enhance our regular a la carte menu between 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.<br />

The weekly buffet presents a variety of entrées, soup, salads, cold cuts,<br />

desserts and much more for a great value experience at your <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

ReseRvations<br />

Call the Front Desk at 403-289-5511<br />

Reservations are strongly recommended!<br />

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programs<br />

Monday Mens December 5<br />

Wednesday Mens December 7<br />

Thursday Mens December 8<br />

Saturday Mens December 10<br />

Friday Mixed January 13<br />

Monday Ladies December 5<br />

Wednesday Ladies December 7<br />

Thursday Ladies January 12<br />

Friday Open December 9<br />

Saturday Novice January 14<br />

Friday Stick League January 13<br />

Monday Lite Rocks January 9<br />

Saturday Lite Rocks January 14<br />

Monday Intermediates January 9<br />

Saturday Intermediates January 14<br />

Wednesday Junior January 11<br />

Friday Junior Rock Stars January 13<br />

upComing events<br />

December 4 <strong>Winter</strong> Registration at 1:00 pm<br />

December 6 FOCOP (5) 1:30-4:30<br />

December 11 Super-Crazy-Christmas Junior<br />

Bonspiel Extravaganza<br />

December 24 & 25 <strong>Club</strong> Closed<br />

December 27 - 29 Ray Kingsmith Memorial High<br />

School Bonspiel<br />

December 31 New Year’s Eve Curling Open<br />

House<br />

January 1 New Year’s Day (Sunday<br />

10:00 am - 6:00 pm)<br />

January 7 - 8 Bantam & Juvenile Preplaydown<br />

Bonspiel (afternoon Saturday)<br />

January 13 Toonie Tweak<br />

Janaury 21 Rock Your World Learn to Curl<br />

2:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

January 21 Curling Night Out Skins Game<br />

6:00 - 10:00 pm<br />

Jan. 31 - Feb. 2 <strong>Calgary</strong> Ladies Open<br />

weekly Monday specials<br />

burger Night<br />

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kingsmitH HigH sCHool bonspiel: deC. 27 – 29<br />

Once again, the CWC is pleased to host the Ray Kingsmith<br />

Memorial High School Bonspiel over the Christmas<br />

Holidays. Participants must attend a junior or senior high<br />

school on a full time basis or a home schooling equivalent.<br />

See the poster on the Junior Bulletin Board for more details.<br />

super-Crazy-CHristmas Junior bonspiel<br />

extravaganza!<br />

December 11 th | 12:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

free!<br />

In order to get our junior curlers back into curling, as regular<br />

programming will begin in the New Year, we’ve decided to<br />

run the SCCJBE! It’s a mouthful… but it’s going to be<br />

awesome!<br />

Team and individual sign up available. If you have a team just<br />

specify who when registering. This bonspiel is open to ages<br />

5 - 18. There will be different divisions to separate ages to<br />

some extent. If possible we will accommodate requests to use<br />

Lite Rocks if needed. The event is free. This includes prizes,<br />

games and snacks. Register on GameTime or contact Kim<br />

Perkins for more information 403-338-2442 or<br />

kimp@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

bantam/Juvenile preplaydoWn bonspiel<br />

January 7 - 8<br />

This annual cash prize event hosted by the CWC is an<br />

opportunity for male and female Juvenile teams to tune up<br />

their games prior to District Playdowns. We are teaming up<br />

with the <strong>Calgary</strong> Youth Curling Association again this season<br />

and offering a Bantam section for the younger curlers as well<br />

as some other surprises. This event is run just like the<br />

playdowns with timed pre-game practices, timeouts, coaches,<br />

and officials so that teams become familiar with the playdown<br />

format before they get there. Entry forms are available on the<br />

Junior Bulletin Board.<br />

fun Curling nigHt out skins game: Jan. 21<br />

This is still the fun night of the curling season. Come on out<br />

for the giant Curling Night Out Skins Game. Play three short<br />

games with different partners (sounds good already doesn’t<br />

it?) and enjoy some food and multiple bevies. Sign up online<br />

or on the mixed bulletin board for this fun event open to men,<br />

women of all ages. You’re guaranteed three games of four<br />

ends each. Teams are redrawn for each game! We’ll see you<br />

in the early evening on Saturday, January 21 st . Please register<br />

on GameTime if you would like to participate in this event.


adult noviCe league starts January 14 tH<br />

Saturday, January 14 th | Cost: $40<br />

This is your chance to get started in curling! Our popular<br />

Novice Curling League is designed to give adult curlers a<br />

chance to get their feet wet with people of the same skill<br />

level. Enter as individuals for this 6-week program that<br />

combines instruction and game play. Past participants and all<br />

other curlers are welcome.<br />

Curling birtHday parties<br />

If you’re looking for a fun and unique birthday party idea<br />

curling is the answer! All ages can enjoy an hour of fun,<br />

planned games and learn about our fun and slippery sport. An<br />

instructor is provided for a fee of $45. Food and beverage can<br />

be arranged. Contact Amber at 403-338-2435 or Kim at<br />

403-338-2442 for more information.<br />

playdoWn entry deadlines<br />

Get your entry in now for District Playdowns. Entry forms<br />

are available on league bulletin boards or online at www.<br />

saca.ca. Entry form and payment must reach the SACA office<br />

before the close of business (usually 3:30 pm) on the date<br />

indicated.<br />

Senior Men January 13 - 15<br />

Senior Women (Southerns) January 27 - 30<br />

Men December 16 - 18<br />

Women (Southerns) January 6 - 9<br />

Masters Men January 20 - 23<br />

Juvenile Men January 20 - 22<br />

Juvenile Men and Women (Southerns) February 3 - 5<br />

Bantam (Southern) March 23 - 25<br />

toonie tWeak day – attention to detail<br />

January 13 th | 6:00 - 6:30 pm | $2 per person, per class<br />

The Toonie Tweak is Back and better than ever. Over the<br />

summer this fantastic program even received an award from<br />

the North American <strong>Club</strong> Athletic Directors. It was chosen as<br />

new program of the year! January’s Toonie Tweak Day will<br />

be called “Attention to Detail”. We will look at our<br />

deliveries and the deliveries of others to develop better skills<br />

of our own and to hone our ability to detect and correct with<br />

others. Register for either class on GameTime.<br />

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D av e H u m b l e | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 2 9 | dav e h u @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

Jeff WHite returns to CWC<br />

Jeff White has returned to the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> as our<br />

newest Badminton Professional. Jeff was originally with the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> for ten years before leaving to work for Badminton<br />

Canada as the Executive Director. Welcome back, Jeff.<br />

World CHampion<br />

Congratulations to Milaine Cloutier for her recent win in the<br />

World Masters Badminton Championships held in Vancouver.<br />

Milaine and her partner Charmaine Reid from the Glencoe<br />

<strong>Club</strong> won the +35 Ladies Doubles. Well done, Milaine, World<br />

Champion! Milaine also won a silver medal in mixed doubles<br />

with her Danish partner.<br />

member mixer<br />

Our first Member Mixer on Saturday, October 1 st was a<br />

success with 47 people attending. Dave and Jeff organized<br />

English Doubles games, alternate shot games, and regular<br />

doubles games. A fun time was had by all !<br />

events sCHedule<br />

November 11 - 12 No Scheduled Badminton<br />

(Remembrance Day weekend)<br />

November 11 - 13 Glencoe Junior<br />

November 25 - 27 Edson Junior<br />

November 25 - 27 AB Series (Edmonton)<br />

December 3 Last Day Junior Programs<br />

December 3 Glencoe Men’s/Ladies Interclubs<br />

December 4 <strong>Winter</strong> Registration at 2:30 pm<br />

December 9 - 11 CWC Open<br />

December 16 - 18 CWC Junior Open<br />

December 16 Last day Adult programs<br />

December 16 Ladies Christmas Party<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> program registration<br />

Registration for winter badminton programs opens on-line for<br />

active members at 2:30 pm on Sunday, December 4 th . Check<br />

GameTime for detailed class information.<br />

ladies CHristmas party<br />

Friday, December 16 th | $27.95 per person<br />

All ladder ladies are reminded to book off Friday,<br />

December 16 th for our annual Christmas festivities. The event<br />

starts at noon with lunch served upstairs, followed by all sorts<br />

of crazy Christmas games! Members can sign up on<br />

GameTime. Please bring a non-perishable item to be donated<br />

to the food bank.<br />

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glenCoe inter<strong>Club</strong>s<br />

Saturday, December 3 rd is the highly anticipated Interclub<br />

play between CWC and the Glencoe <strong>Club</strong>. This year, we are<br />

hosting the men while the ladies visit the Glencoe. Play starts<br />

at 2:00 pm at each club. Beverages and munchies served<br />

courtside. Please sign up on GameTime. Cost for the Men’s<br />

Interclub is $24.95 per person. Ladies, no charge down at the<br />

Glencoe.<br />

private lessons<br />

With the Fall programs well underway, have you been looking<br />

a little out of place on the Badminton Court? Try a private<br />

or semi-private lesson with Dave or Jeff.<br />

Rates:<br />

Private - $75/per hour<br />

2 Person - $100 per hour ($50 per person)<br />

3 Person - $120 per hour ($40 per person)<br />

4 Person - $140 per hour ($35 per person)<br />

super league format CHange<br />

Commencing in the <strong>Winter</strong> Session, the Super League will<br />

change to a ladder format still on Thursdays 6:15 - 7:15 pm.<br />

The new doubles ladder will be extremely competitive in<br />

nature, having the best players in the club battle it out each<br />

and every week. Register on December 4 th with qualifying<br />

to be held on January 12 th . For those who do not qualify, we<br />

will try to organize a similar ladder on Wednesday evenings if<br />

enough participants show interest.<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong> programs and activities on Sunday, December 4 th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating<br />

& Squash<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatics<br />

2:30 pm for Badminton<br />

3:00 pm for Fitness<br />

3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

Select Wait List Members<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members on<br />

Sunday, December 11 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling,<br />

Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/Select<br />

Family Seniors on Sunday, December 18th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics,<br />

Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating,<br />

Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

Please note that the <strong>Winter</strong> 2012 Registration Guide is available on-line.<br />

Please check GameTime for detailed class information.


Paul Pasutto<br />

<strong>Club</strong> President<br />

Daniel Halyk<br />

Vice President<br />

Barb McDonald<br />

Chair, Communication Committee<br />

Farouk Adatia<br />

Chair, Strategic Planning Committee<br />

Blaine Lennox<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Board of directors<br />

We are pleased to introduce the<br />

<strong>2011</strong> - 2012 <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Board of Directors.<br />

Elections were done at the Annual General Meeting held September 27 th .<br />

Each Board member serves a three year term. These <strong>Club</strong> members have<br />

volunteered their time to help make the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> better for all.<br />

Michael Boyle<br />

Board Chair<br />

Tim Watson<br />

Chair, Finance & Audit Committee<br />

Jack Connell<br />

Chair, Activity Council<br />

Patricia Quinton-Campbell<br />

Dale Johns<br />

Chair, Food & Beverage Committee<br />

Nolan Hindmarsh<br />

Chair, Policy Committee<br />

John Stiles<br />

Chair, Retail Committee<br />

Gail Yester<br />

to CommuniCate With the board of direCtors, please ContaCt the<br />

Ceo/gm Kevin boyles, at 403.338.2414 or Kevinb@<strong>Calgary</strong><strong>Winter</strong><strong>Club</strong>.Com<br />

Garry Lamb<br />

Chair, Construction Committee<br />

Deborah Eastwood<br />

Chair, Heritage Committee<br />

Ronald Lockhart<br />

Kevin Boyles<br />

CEO/GM<br />

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Give the Gift of Health this Season!<br />

With three amazing offers to get the one(s) you love started down<br />

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those extra pounds gained over the holidays, or the New Year’s Resolution gone awry.<br />

Personal Training Package #1 - Beat The Grinch Who Ate Christmas<br />

• 10 Personal Training Sessions<br />

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Give this gift for only $700 (regular price $900)<br />

Personal Training Package #2 – Take Off The Christmas Goodies<br />

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P l e a s e S e n d Co m m e nt s, S o l u t i o n s, a n d P ra i s e t o f i t n e s s fe e d b a c k @ c a l g a r y w i nt e rc l u b. c o m<br />

fitness Centre WelComes you!<br />

The Fitness Centre can be an intimidating place for members<br />

who are not familiar with the fitness equipment, training<br />

techniques, or who are worried about “looking out of place”.<br />

Don’t fret, we have a team who are more than happy to help<br />

you become acquainted and comfortable with the Fitness<br />

Centre, and help you develop a program which works for you.<br />

Each program is tailored to meet the individual needs of each<br />

member. Elevate your life!<br />

ironman Canada suCCess!<br />

August 28, <strong>2011</strong> marked a massive milestone in my life. I<br />

completed my first Triathlon which happened to be Ironman<br />

Canada <strong>2011</strong> (3.8km swim, 180km bike ride, 42 km run).<br />

Needless to say a plethora of emotions were running rampant;<br />

enlightenment, fear, uncertainty, doubt, excitement etc. All<br />

were replaced with peace, excitement and a sense of<br />

fulfillment as I crossed the finish line. Throughout the journey<br />

leading up to and finishing the race enhanced ALL aspects of<br />

my life; relationship, professional, spiritual and social.<br />

An objective of the Fitness and Lifestyle Centre is to create<br />

an opportunity for you to find something to reach beyond<br />

your comfort zone and experience a different level of life. For<br />

you, what will that be? We want to help you discover your<br />

greatness.<br />

training team exCellenCe expanded<br />

Our passionate team of trainers has grown and diversified to<br />

meet the needs and wants of our membership base. We have<br />

added more excellence to our team. We have trainers<br />

specializing in:<br />

• Post Rehabilitation<br />

• Pre and Post Natal<br />

• Elite Athlete Conditioning<br />

• Postural Balancing<br />

• Kettlebell Training<br />

• 55+ Conditioning<br />

• Endurance Conditioning<br />

• Olympic Lifting<br />

• Body Transformation<br />

We are serious about your success!<br />

Please contact Darrin Horsman if you have any questions at<br />

darrinh@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

atHletiC Conditioning<br />

We are serious about your Athletic Performance results and<br />

the pleasure you get from having the competitive advantage of<br />

dry land training provides you. We have added trainers to the<br />

team skilled and certified in performance training. Expect a<br />

complete movement screen and muscle balance assessment to<br />

determine where musculo-skeletal imbalances may be<br />

impeding performance or putting you at risk for injury.<br />

Members will receive an intelligent periodized plan to safely<br />

and effectively get you the results you want. We can help<br />

recreational as well as elite level athletes perform optimally.<br />

This training is ideal for the following athletes: Squash,<br />

Hockey, Tennis, Badminton, Curling, Swimming, and<br />

Skating. Training options:<br />

1. One on one<br />

2. Small group (2 people)<br />

3. Medium size groups (3 - 4 people)<br />

4. Large groups (5 - 6 people)<br />

How to choose a trainer<br />

Deciding to hire a trainer can be a daunting task leaving you<br />

unsure of whether or not you will find the right fit. This is a<br />

commitment of your time and money; you want to make the<br />

best decision. The confusion results in procrastination or<br />

finding a trainer not in alignment with your goals. Here are<br />

some questions you can ask to help make your decision:<br />

• Does the trainer have practical experience in the area<br />

you want to focus in?<br />

• Do you connect with the trainer?<br />

• If you visit the Fitness Centre on a regular basis, watch<br />

how the trainer interacts with their clients, do you like<br />

their style?<br />

• When in a consultation or discussion, is there a<br />

progressive plan for moving forward with your results<br />

ie: what metrics will be measured and when?<br />

To help you choose the best trainer for you please contact<br />

Rick Mueller at rickm@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

annual group fitness lunCHeon<br />

Come to our annual Christmas luncheon Monday, December<br />

12 th starting at 11:30 am. Celebrate another year of working<br />

out together. Attend the 9:15 am Ripped class, shop and enjoy<br />

a fabulous lunch. Velvet Jane will be on site selling unique<br />

ladies accessories! Register on GameTime today.<br />

12 workouts of Christmas is returning once again to the <strong>Calgary</strong> winter <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

Don’t miss your chance to collect those stickers and win some fantastic prizes!<br />

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F i t n e s s<br />

16<br />

instruCtor of tHe year - kelly skeavington<br />

Kelly joined our team in September 2010. She teaches Cycle/<br />

Core/Stretch, Silver Riders as well as Forever Fit classes. She<br />

is always eager to learn and share her knowledge with other<br />

team mates. Kelly is very passionate about teaching and has a<br />

great rapport with her participants. She loves hiking, biking,<br />

cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sailing.<br />

Congratulations Kelly and keep up the great work!<br />

WelCome aboard!<br />

Colin Davis, Ms, CsCs<br />

Colin has three specialty areas as a Personal Trainer, with<br />

over a decade of diverse experience: Endurance athletics<br />

coaching in running, cycling, triathlon and mountain sports;<br />

Rehabilitation of sports injuries, injury prevention training<br />

and corrective exercise; and Lifestyle fitness for weight-loss,<br />

improved health, and better movement.<br />

Jim wittstrom, bPe – Athlete Health and sport<br />

Performance, CsCs, CPt<br />

I am beyond excited to be working at such a facility! As<br />

a ranked powerlifter and having worked with teams and<br />

individual athletes at Peak Power Sport Development over<br />

the past year and a half, I am passionate about the realms of<br />

athlete development. I look forward to working with club<br />

members who are interested in taking their performance<br />

training to new levels.<br />

mom and baby fitness<br />

With Kim Magotiaux<br />

Certified Pre & Post Natal Fitness Specialist<br />

November 15 - December 22 | Tuesdays and Thursdays<br />

1:30 - 2:30 pm | $300 for 12 Sessions<br />

This fitness program is designed to help new moms get strong<br />

from the inside out. We focus on your core and pelvic<br />

stability, strengthening the mommy muscles, increasing<br />

cardiovascular fitness, and losing that baby fat to get your<br />

body back!<br />

• Small Group Training (4 - 6 moms) to maximize<br />

individual attention<br />

• Meet 2 times per week for 6 weeks. Total of 12 sessions<br />

• Pre and Post assessment including diastasis recti (abdominal<br />

separation) exam, core strength assessment and<br />

body composition.<br />

• Comprehensive education manual, including postnatal<br />

fitness guidelines<br />

• Postnatal nutrition plan designed by registered dietician<br />

• Get Fit with your baby!!! (ages 4 weeks - 12 months)<br />

Upcoming Future Dates:<br />

• January 10 - February 16<br />

• February 21 - March 29<br />

Register on GameTime or contact Kim Magotiaux at<br />

kimm@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

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no time to stretCH? tHink again!<br />

Article by Personal Trainer Lana Libke<br />

It doesn’t matter if you are an athlete, fitness enthusiast, a<br />

walker, or a couch potato, everyone needs to stretch and do<br />

so on a daily basis! As we age our connective tissue stiffens<br />

which has a negative impact on our health and physical body.<br />

Flexibility is a use it or lose it physical attribute so “the less<br />

you move, the less you are able to move!” When we are<br />

active (gardening, hiking, weight training, running, etc.) we<br />

generate tension in our muscles making them shorter and firm<br />

like Popeye’s bicep. If we don’t release the tension it tends<br />

to stay within the muscle making it progressively shorter and<br />

tighter.<br />

No matter how you get them (active or inactive) the results<br />

are the same. Tight muscles have reduced circulation<br />

resulting in slower removal of toxins and waste and also a<br />

slower or reduced uptake of nutrients and oxygen necessary<br />

to repair damaged muscles.<br />

What does this mean to you?<br />

• Your muscles will take longer to recover from a run or<br />

workout<br />

• Tight muscles will fatigue faster thus limiting your ability<br />

to enjoy your activity<br />

• Don’t know how to stretch?<br />

• Try using a foam roller or rolling on balls<br />

• Ask a Fitness Consultant or Personal Trainer<br />

• Attend a Drop-In Yoga Flow or Express Stretch Class<br />

Do yourself a favour and make stretching a daily habit just<br />

like your multi vitamin!<br />

testimonals<br />

Has a specific class inspired you to reach your fitness goals?<br />

We would love to hear from you how any of our fitness<br />

classes have helped you? Please send your testimonal to<br />

juliek@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

forever fit fitness<br />

By now, many of you have settled into a routine and are<br />

engaged in the many programs that are offered through the<br />

Forever Fit Program. You have also realized that the more you<br />

move, the better you feel. You are never too old to<br />

increase your level of physical activity!<br />

If you haven’t tried any of our drop-in classes, the<br />

descriptions are below. Now that it’s colder outside, come<br />

on inside to get a great workout! All of these drop-in classes<br />

offer a wide base of activities and exercises that will improve<br />

your endurance, your heart health, your strength and<br />

flexibility, your balance and ultimately your life.<br />

Come and give these classes a try! You will meet new people,<br />

feel more relaxed, sleep better and have more fun than if you<br />

sat at home. Taking the first step is the hardest part! If you’re<br />

not sure what class is best for you, please contact me at<br />

kellys@calgarywinterclub.com and I’ll be glad to help you<br />

out.


Gone are the days when massage<br />

therapy was considered a luxury to<br />

be had at weekend getaways and<br />

spas.<br />

Today, massage therapy has become<br />

an essential part of healthy<br />

living and an active lifestyle.<br />

What is massage? Massage is the manipulation of superficial<br />

and deep layers of muscle and connective tissue to enhance<br />

function, aid in the healing process, and promote relaxation<br />

and well-being. It was a part of ancient culture dating as far<br />

back as 2000 B.C. and carries on today.<br />

Some of the benefits of massage therapy are:<br />

• Pain relief<br />

• Reduced anxiety/depression<br />

• Reduced blood pressure<br />

• Reduced adhesions and scars in soft tissue and muscles<br />

• Quicker recovery from injury<br />

• Helps prevent injury<br />

• Complementary to other health professions like<br />

physiotherapy and chiropractics<br />

Massage therapy is of benefit to you whether you are young<br />

or old, an athlete preparing for the big meet or the weekend<br />

warrior just trying to make it to the weekend from a hard<br />

weeks’ work. Book through Gametime with one of the club’s<br />

licensed and certified massage therapists today.<br />

MODAlitY sPOtliGHt: strAiN/COuNter-strAiN<br />

teCHNiQue<br />

In this issue, I’d like to introduce a massage modality called<br />

Strain/Counter-strain Technique. More accurately, Strain/<br />

Counter-strain is an osteopathic technique first discovered by<br />

Dr. Lawrence Jones and is employed by the massage therapist<br />

to reset an abnormal muscle reflex. Abnormal muscle reflex,<br />

when left untreated, may lead to poor posture over time and<br />

increased risk injury.<br />

With this technique, the practitioner feels for tender spots<br />

along the affected muscle/soft tissue and after identifying<br />

these spots employs this passive and gentle technique for<br />

ninety seconds to reset the muscle to its natural resting<br />

position resulting in pain-free movement.<br />

Strain/Counter-strain is a great compliment to deep<br />

therapeutic massage other methods of myofascial release.<br />

Eric Josue and Darlene Diminutto are both trained in Strain/<br />

Counter-strain technique. Book your appointment today and<br />

learn more about it and its application.<br />

weekly thursday specials<br />

Pizza Night<br />

tHe benefits of massage tHerapy<br />

tHerAPist sPOtliGHt: DArleNe DiMiNuttO<br />

Darlene, an RMT registered with the MTAA,<br />

has studied Human Physiology at The University<br />

of Toronto, graduating in 1986. She<br />

moved to <strong>Calgary</strong> in 1986 where she worked<br />

in a hospital for eight years as a physiological<br />

technologist and has been doing massage<br />

since 1993. Darlene has studied various types of massage<br />

including chair massage, Lomi Lomi, deep tissue and Thai<br />

and myofascial release. She also uses osteopathic techniques<br />

such as Strain/Counter-strain, osteopathic muscle energy and<br />

cranial sacral therapy. Darlene has two kids, two dogs and<br />

enjoys being a member of the <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> playing badminton<br />

and swimming in her time off.<br />

Specialty Areas: Acute and chronic pain cause from overuse,<br />

poor posture, trauma and life.<br />

tHerAPist sPOtliGHt: eriC JOsue<br />

Eric, an RMT registered with the MTAA,<br />

originally studied Computer Engineering<br />

Technology at the Southern Alberta Institute<br />

of Technology and has been a consultant in<br />

the information technology/Internet field<br />

for the past 17 years. He also took massage<br />

therapy program at Mount Royal University and has been<br />

providing massage services at the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> for<br />

the past eight years. He has studied and practiced various<br />

massage modalities that include deep tissue and sports massage,<br />

as well as Strain/Counter-strain and lower body active<br />

release technique (ART). Eric’s other passion in life is the<br />

martial arts and has been training in the martial art of Aikido<br />

for the past 23 years.<br />

Specialty Areas: Sports injuries, acute/chronic pain,<br />

therapeutic massage, posture, repetitive strain injuries.<br />

Bookings may be made directly on Gametime and are offered<br />

in the locker rooms and fitness/wellness centre.<br />

“ T r i ” a T r i a T h l o n !<br />

Join Shannon Summersides for a 3 day/ week<br />

beginner triathlon program starting in January.<br />

The program will have you ready to compete in<br />

a Sprint distance or Olympic distance triathlon by April.<br />

The goal event will be the Mount Royal University Triathlon!<br />

For more information contact Shannon at<br />

shannons@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

Register for the program on GameTime!<br />

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Come ouT And exPerienCe Your new And imProved Bowling CenTre!<br />

important notiCes<br />

The Friday Mixed League is cancelled on Remembrance Day<br />

(November 11 th ). The Saturday Youth league goes ahead as<br />

usual on Saturday, November 12 th .<br />

The Bowling Centre is open for General Play on<br />

Remembrance Day (Friday, November 11 th ) from 10:00 am to<br />

9:00 pm. Reservations are suggested on this day.<br />

Due to a large group booking on the afternoon of Tuesday,<br />

December 6 th , the Tuesday Ladies’ league will be<br />

re-scheduled to start that day at 9:30 am.<br />

HigH sCores!<br />

This season we will be reporting high scores from both 5-pin<br />

and 10-pin leagues. Vincent Jennings led the way for both<br />

games with 308 in 5-pin and 191 in 10-pin. Other recent 5-pin<br />

high scores included 260 & 269 by Olive Anderson and 296<br />

by Barry Jennings. Great 10-pin games included 156 by<br />

Michelle Huszti, 148 by Morgan Chimuk, 185 by Doug<br />

Rutherford and 174 by Chad Tuck. Conratulations to 11<br />

year old Scott Starkoski who rolled a score of 255 to qualify<br />

for the <strong>Calgary</strong> 200/250/275 Youth Challenge.<br />

Check Gametime for details regarding registration for<br />

upcoming winter bowling programs, including:<br />

5-pin smurfs Classes<br />

(on Mondays at 1:30 and 4:15 pm for ages 3 to 5),<br />

10-pin adult mixed league<br />

(Wednesdays at 7:00 pm for ages 16 & up),<br />

10-pin youth league<br />

(Tuesdays at 4:30 pm for ages 8 to 17).<br />

re-registration is not required after<br />

the Christmas break for any adult or youth 5-pin leagues.<br />

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tHe eleventH frame<br />

... check at the Bowling Office for open spaces in the Ladies<br />

Interclub Challenge on Friday, November 4 th at the CWC...<br />

thanks to Peggy Calhoun, Tracy Rvachew, Martin Meyer,<br />

Eve Ackroyd and Dennis Havrelock for helping to choose<br />

teams for most of our <strong>2011</strong>/12 leagues... the last week before<br />

Christmas for most leagues begins the week of<br />

December 13 th ...<br />

Pictured at left are<br />

Benjamin Maclean, Jean<br />

Podovinnikoff and Curtis<br />

MacLean. They are the first<br />

members ever to play 10-pin<br />

bowling at the <strong>Club</strong>. In fact,<br />

Curtis rolled the first 10-pin<br />

strike at the CWC!<br />

FAmilY HolidAY FunBowl<br />

6:30 pm, Saturday, December 3 rd<br />

Cost: $1 to $2 per shift<br />

The Family Holiday Funbowl is your<br />

opportunity to win a Co-op Gift card for<br />

your family. You’ll have lots of<br />

opportunities throughout the evening<br />

to come away with a prize. There will<br />

be four-frame shifts for youths, novices,<br />

competitive bowlers, and lucky hidden<br />

score draws. It’s low cost fun for the<br />

whole family! No pre-registration is<br />

necessary and guest fees are not<br />

applicable. Show up any time<br />

throughout the evening to try your<br />

hand at both 5-pin and 10-pin bowling.<br />

Remember that guests are more than welcome to attend!


tennis singles <strong>Club</strong> CHampionsHips<br />

November 17 - 20<br />

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The singles club championships will be Thursday through<br />

Sunday. Levels for all players will be held. Sign up on<br />

GameTime for more information.<br />

events:<br />

A-B Draw<br />

• Men’s and Women’s Draws<br />

• Thursday to Sunday<br />

C-D Draw<br />

• Men’s and Women’s Draws<br />

• Thursday to Sunday<br />

Team Singles Event<br />

• Mixed teams<br />

• Saturday and Sunday<br />

• Pro-set to 8<br />

NEW! Tiebreaker Tournament<br />

• Tiebreaker to 10<br />

• Sunday afternoon<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

leagues<br />

Mixed doubles league will start November 15 th . If you are<br />

interested in participating in the senior men’s league and are<br />

55 or over you can show up for the Friday morning senior<br />

men’s league. The senior men’s league runs from 7:00 am to<br />

10:00 am.<br />

55 + Ladies leagues are are on Mondays from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.<br />

Sign up on GameTime in the 55 + section. The senior mixed<br />

drop in runs Tuesday from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Players are free<br />

to drop in but must be signed up in GameTime. This class is<br />

found in the 55+ section of GameTime.<br />

Junior national CHampionsHips<br />

The outdoor season concluded with the nationals in August.<br />

Representing CWC were Curran Wearmouth and Mikaela<br />

Bennett. Congratulations to both!<br />

While Mikaela continues her junior career, Curran has<br />

graduated from the juniors, and is now on a tennis scholarship<br />

at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. Best wishes to them,<br />

and all CWC competitors, for the upcoming year!<br />

ladies CHristmas tournaments<br />

The dates for this years highly popular Ladies Christmas<br />

Tournaments will be:<br />

Tuesday, November 29 th<br />

Monday, December 12 th<br />

Tuesday, December 13 th<br />

Sign up for a fun morning of tennis starting at 9:00 am,<br />

followed by lunch at 12:30 pm. Register in GameTime<br />

starting November 9 th at 6:00 am.<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong> programs and activities on Sunday, December 4 th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., 2:30 pm for Badminton<br />

Preschool, Skating & Squash 3:00 pm for Fitness<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatics 3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

Select Wait List Members<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members on Sunday, December 11 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics,<br />

Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors on Sunday, December 18 th at 1:00 pm for<br />

55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

Please note that the <strong>Winter</strong> 2012 Registration Guide is available on-line. Please check GameTime for detailed class information.<br />

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s k at i n g<br />

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The <strong>Club</strong> is pleased to announce the appointment of<br />

Tina-Marie Yenna as Skating Director for the <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>. The new position of Skating Director was<br />

created following an extensive review of the skating<br />

section that included consideration of our program offerings,<br />

administrative structure, current staffing model, and future<br />

section goals. We are also pleased to retain the services of<br />

Linda Higgins in the new role of Artistic Coordinator/Skating<br />

Coach. We look forward to seeing what this dynamic duo can<br />

accomplish for the entire skating section.<br />

dates to mark on your Calendar:<br />

November 1 Executive Meeting<br />

November 11 Remembrance Day - NO ICE<br />

November 18 - 20 <strong>Calgary</strong> Region Open Competition<br />

November 29 & 30 Centralized Test Days - CWC<br />

Hosting<br />

December 4 Registration for <strong>Winter</strong> Programs<br />

December 7 Low Test Day - Crowchild & CWC<br />

Hosting<br />

December 6 Executive Meeting<br />

December 17 <strong>Winter</strong> Wonderland Festival<br />

December 23 Outside ice finishes for the year <strong>2011</strong><br />

Our skaters have been back in full swing at Norma Bush and<br />

Murray Copot arenas. It is fantastic to see everyone out there<br />

skating with such enthusiasm and direction! We spot many<br />

candidates deserving an award for skater of the month, making<br />

it very hard to decide.<br />

There are many candidates deserving an award for ‘skater of<br />

the month’ making it very hard to choose one person.<br />

October’s winner is Larissa Kelly; with ongoing<br />

concentration, being on time and the development of good<br />

work ethics, she has stood out to the coaches this month.<br />

Excellent job Larissa!<br />

Pictured Above: Mackenzie Meyer, Megan Jones, Larissa Kelly,<br />

Emma Meyer and Sara Callaway<br />

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We hope to celebrate our <strong>Winter</strong> Wonderland Festival with<br />

beautiful colors and songs of Christmas, inviting all members<br />

to join in a skate with Santa and Mrs. Clause to follow.<br />

Information for these events will be posted on the website as<br />

well as the skating area bulletin board. Make sure to check it<br />

out!<br />

We are eager to get back to our brightly painted arena and<br />

smooth ice surface complements of a new mini-zamboni! We<br />

look forward to the new year!<br />

CoaCHes tip<br />

All of the CWC skaters are showing such progress in their<br />

routines of practice with our busy on ice sessions.<br />

Keep in mind; skaters that are in lessons or doing their<br />

programs have priority regarding ice traffic. Awareness of<br />

other skaters and their work patterns is something that is<br />

obtained in time, so keep practicing and watching out for each<br />

other!<br />

Lesson time goes by quickly. Coming back to the coach<br />

quickly and staying focused with eye contact make for a<br />

more productive lesson. Remembering key words, points or<br />

positions by repetition directly following the lesson helps the<br />

skater maintain information. It is a good idea to develop a<br />

personal skating journal with goals, notes, practice plans,<br />

pictures, stickers or anything that comes to mind in<br />

connection to this creative sport. Parents and coaches can<br />

better understand the direction of thinking with their athlete if<br />

they choose to share what’s in their book of inspiration.<br />

Enjoy your skating and keep up the great work!<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong><br />

programs and activities on Sunday, December 4th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, 2:30 pm for Badminton<br />

Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., 3:00 pm for Fitness<br />

Preschool, Skating & Squash 3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatics<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members on<br />

Sunday, December 11 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling,<br />

Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/Select<br />

Family Seniors on Sunday, December 18 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics,<br />

Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating,<br />

Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

Please note that the <strong>Winter</strong> 2012 Registration Guide is available on-line.<br />

Please check GameTime for detailed class information.


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obvious when<br />

you’re in the<br />

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not. Let us help<br />

you find the best<br />

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French or Spanish as second language courses<br />

An established Advanced Placement (AP) programme<br />

Exceptional programmes such as �ne and performing arts, international<br />

travel studies, outdoor education, athletics and a business<br />

institute<br />

Extensive selection of extracurricular activities<br />

7530 Blackfoot Trail SE <strong>Calgary</strong>, AB<br />

admissions@westislandcollege.ab.ca<br />

Tel: 403-444-0023<br />

www.westislandcollege.ab.ca<br />

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Call for free consultation.<br />

Sean Bradley, Associate<br />

403-607-8635<br />

For more information and to view current<br />

listings, visit www.bradleyrealestategroup.ca<br />

Open House<br />

October 26, <strong>2011</strong> 7:00 pm<br />

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International Theme<br />

Dinner Buffet<br />

featuring dishes from around the globe!<br />

Reservation seating times<br />

4:30 pm, 5:00 pm, 5:30 pm & 6:00 pm<br />

Panorama/Skyline Rooms<br />

Adults $21.95<br />

Young Adults (11-16) $14.95<br />

Kids (3-10) $7.95<br />

Infants under 3 are FREE<br />

Register on GameTime.<br />

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New Year’s Eve Event<br />

Around the World<br />

Saturday, December 31, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Try some<br />

fun activities<br />

all around the <strong>Club</strong><br />

between 3:00 pm - 8:00 pm!<br />

Maximum 6 guests per family | Guest fee is $5<br />

per person, donated to ‘Strength in Numbers’.<br />

Beach Party<br />

Aquatrack will be out<br />

from 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm<br />

Bowling Disco<br />

Lanes can be<br />

pre-booked on<br />

GameTime by the<br />

half hour or just<br />

drop-in!<br />

Family Skate<br />

Open skate, music &<br />

hot chocolate.<br />

Craft Corner<br />

In Multi Purpose Room<br />

Make your own noise<br />

makers and party hat!<br />

Family Photos<br />

In Front Lobby<br />

Cardio Party &<br />

Dodge Ball<br />

In the Badminton<br />

Courts from<br />

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Santa’S Brunch<br />

Sunday December 4, <strong>2011</strong> • 11:00 am • Panorama Room<br />

Come enjoy a delicious brunch,<br />

Mrs. Clause’s bakeshop &<br />

storytime, plus a special<br />

visit from Santa<br />

Clause himself!<br />

$10 per person. Register on GameTime.<br />

Biggest little Office<br />

Let the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> organize your Annual Christmas Party<br />

Designed for corporate, social, community or<br />

<strong>Club</strong> based groups looking for a place to host<br />

their annual Christmas party. Groups can range<br />

in size between 10 - 100 people.<br />

Contact Josef Wetteskind, Catering Sales Manager at 403.338.2427<br />

or at josefw@calgarywinterclub.com for more information or to book your spot.<br />

Christmas Party<br />

Alberta Prime Rib of Beef &<br />

Succulent Turkey Buffet<br />

Entertainment<br />

Customized Beverage Service<br />

(Price does not include gratuity & GST)<br />

4611, 14 th Street NW <strong>·</strong> <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>·</strong> Alberta <strong>·</strong> P 403.289.5511 <strong>·</strong> F 403.289.9282 <strong>·</strong> www.calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Complete Christmas Package<br />

$39.95/Person<br />

December 7 & 8, <strong>2011</strong> • 7:00 pm – 1:00 am<br />

Location: Panorama & Skyline Rooms<br />

(Please use Our Social Entrance<br />

in the Upper Parking Lot)<br />

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Expansion U pdatE<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>’s<br />

Clip ’n Climb Climbing Centre – Expansion 2012<br />

From preschoolers to recycled kids; everyone will love the<br />

physical and mental challenges in the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>’s<br />

new “Clip ‘n Climb” Climbing Centre. Nine “Tru-Blue” auto-belay<br />

devices will take up the slack as you climb one of the fun and<br />

interactive features, then safely lower you to the ground when<br />

you reach the top or fall off the wall. How easy is that!?<br />

The hottest action attraction to come out of New Zealand since<br />

the Bungy Jump, Clip ‘N Climb is climbing wall meets theme park;<br />

an action packed activity with individually themed climbing<br />

features that provide healthy challenging fun for everyone!<br />

Clip ‘n Climb components come in a variety of cleverly designed<br />

sizes (see right) and each one is a people magnet. The Climbing<br />

Centre will provide participants with healthy physical exercise<br />

and mental and emotional challenges. Climbing develops<br />

strength, balance, flexibility and is very much about problem<br />

solving. It helps develop self confidence, self esteem and<br />

encourages peer support and communication.<br />

We’re excited to be able to bring the Clip ‘n Climb Climbing Centre<br />

to the <strong>Club</strong>. With current locations in New Zealand, Australia and<br />

Ottawa (to date), we will be just the second Clip ‘n Climb Centre<br />

in North America, and the only private <strong>Club</strong> to offer this fun and<br />

exciting climbing experience. Watch for the opening and more<br />

information for the Climbing Centre in the summer/fall of 2012!<br />

You can also visit www.clipnclimb.co.nz for details.<br />

Catalogue of<br />

Challenges<br />

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Joan riCHardson memorial sCHolarsHip<br />

Winner: miCHelle CHang<br />

Michelle has been attending karate once a<br />

week for the last eleven years of her life.<br />

The primary objective of this was to teach<br />

self-control, respect and dedication. Karate<br />

has been a quiet mentor in her life which<br />

has instilled humility and has taught her the<br />

value of giving back to the community.<br />

Over the years, as a <strong>Club</strong> member, she has participated on<br />

many competitive ladders and teams. Some recreational and<br />

others competitive – some of her sports included badminton,<br />

figure skating, synchronized swimming and the Tsunami lifesaving<br />

squad. She has competed nationally on two aquatics<br />

teams; the Sea Sprites and the Tsunamis. Both teams allowed<br />

her to pursue her love of swimming.<br />

Michelle thanks swimming, for allowing her to meet new<br />

people and participate in the world around her. She hopes<br />

to be able to continue to learn something new every day and<br />

have adventures and fun in life. She also thanks the <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> athletics program, which has inspired her to<br />

make a difference, stand up for what she believes in, work<br />

with kids, pursue medicine and to love life.<br />

In the future, she would like to become a reconstructive<br />

surgeon. In this job, she would be able to help children with<br />

deformities, such as those with burns and cleft palates, to<br />

have a second start.<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong> programs and activities on Sunday, December 4 th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating &<br />

Squash; 2:00 pm for Aquatics; 2:30 pm for Badminton; 3:00 pm for Fitness;<br />

and 3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members on Sunday,<br />

December 11th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness,<br />

Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors<br />

on Sunday, December 18th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling,<br />

Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

A t h l e t i c A w a r d s<br />

403.289.5511 | membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

donna rutHerford sCHolarsHip Winner<br />

sCott soutHWood<br />

Scott participates in Lifesaving, a sport<br />

which combines competitive swimming<br />

with lifesaving skills. Throughout his<br />

eleven years of competing, he has found<br />

great success as a result of his dedication<br />

and commitment. He has won four<br />

Provincial Championships, five National<br />

championships and holds five Canadian records. This past<br />

May, at the Canadian Lifesaving Championships his<br />

performances in the pool granted him a spot on the Canadian<br />

Senior National Team. He has been selected to represent<br />

Canada as a key member of the team which is in Durban,<br />

South Africa at the Commonwealth Lifesaving Championships.<br />

At 18 years of age, he is the youngest member ever to<br />

be on Team Canada.<br />

Through High School, Scott was very involved with Student<br />

Council and volunteered to be the Vice President of Finance.<br />

He also worked alongside the Principal and Vice Principal<br />

to create policies that improved the school atmosphere. Last<br />

June, he travelled to Cartago, Costa Rica to volunteer in a<br />

daycare for children with a single parent. For 3 weeks he<br />

volunteered everyday planning activities, games, crafts,<br />

sports, as well as fed, cleaned and helped organize things<br />

in the daycare so that the 12 children could have a positive<br />

change in their lives. Scott is hoping to use the travel<br />

opportunities from the Lifesaving Sport Competitions to not<br />

only compete, but to volunteer where he can.<br />

Scott is enrolled at the Haskayne School of Business at the<br />

University of <strong>Calgary</strong>, where he is pursuing a Bachelor of<br />

Commerce degree with a major in accounting. He hopes to<br />

then continue his education in this field to become a<br />

Chartered Accountant.<br />

speeding and drop off zone<br />

With the fall programs operating again, the volume of traffic through the parking lot and driveways has increased. Members<br />

are reminded as you enter the parking lot, the driveway to the right is for drop off only, not access to the parking lot. Speeding<br />

through the parking lot has become an issue on several occasions and with so many small children around it is incredibly<br />

dangerous. Members are reminded that the speed limit is only 15 km/h. Please slow down for the safety of all members.<br />

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dates to remember<br />

November 11 th , Remembrance Day - no programs are running<br />

deep pool Closure<br />

Happy Holidays from<br />

the Aquatics team!<br />

Sea Sprites Competition<br />

Sunday, November 6 th<br />

12:00 - 6:00 pm<br />

Sea Lions Swim Meet<br />

Saturday November 26 th<br />

&<br />

Sunday November 27 st<br />

7:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

dates to remember:<br />

• <strong>Winter</strong> Program Registration begins on December 4 th at<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatic programs<br />

• Aquafit: Last class before Christmas: December 23 rd ,<br />

starts again on January 2 nd<br />

• Masters: Last class before Christmas: December 22 nd ,<br />

starts again on January 2 nd<br />

• Tsunami... Ripples, Junior, Intermediate and Senior<br />

Lifeguards <strong>Club</strong> last practice before Christmas:<br />

• Ripples: December 17 th , starts again January 7 th<br />

• Juniors: December 17 th , starts again January 7 th<br />

• Intermediate: December 22 nd , starts again January 3 rd<br />

• Seniors: December 22 nd , starts again January 3 rd<br />

• Seal Pups: Last class before Christmas: December 22 nd ,<br />

starts again January 3 rd<br />

• Swim Fit: Last class before Christmas: December 22 nd ,<br />

starts again January 3 rd<br />

• Teen Class: Last day before Christmas: December 18 th ,<br />

starts again January 8 th<br />

Just add Water...<br />

Whatever form of exercise you choose<br />

to do in the water can benefit you in<br />

many ways: improved posture, flexibility,<br />

muscle tone, endurance, strength, balance,<br />

as well as cardiovascular benefits! Just to<br />

name a few!<br />

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tHe red Cross lifeguard CertifiCation<br />

This program was developed to meet the current legislative<br />

requirements across Canada.<br />

The Lifesaving Society NLS and Red Cross Lifeguard<br />

certification are both national lifeguard awards.<br />

To complete all requirements for Red Cross Lifeguard<br />

certification you need to attend following courses:<br />

red Cross Assistant lifeguard Course standards<br />

This is a pre-requisite course for the professional lifeguard<br />

certification that teaches injury prevention, teamwork, basic<br />

rescues, and lifeguard skills.<br />

Course Length is 25 hours and the minimum age to take the<br />

course is 12 years old. The course will be scheduled during<br />

the winter session at CWC.<br />

red Cross Pool lifeguard Course standards Cross<br />

waterfront<br />

Professional lifeguard certification course for pools. The<br />

course prepares deck-ready lifeguards to prevent and respond<br />

to lifeguard emergencies, create a safe environment, work in<br />

teams, and handle public relations in a professional manner.<br />

The candidates are continuously evaluated throughout the<br />

course based on a standard evaluation criteria and complete a<br />

final skills and knowledge assessment.<br />

Course length is 40 hours and the minimum age to take the<br />

course is 15 years of age. Pre-requisites required are:<br />

• Current Standard First Aid with CPR level C or equivalent<br />

• Red Cross Assistant Lifeguard<br />

Considerations:<br />

• Assistant Lifeguard does not need to be current to take<br />

the Lifeguard course<br />

• AED is not required and can be taught in the course if<br />

the SFA comes from other recognized agencies (without<br />

AED).<br />

private/semi private lessons<br />

• $25 per 1/2 hour private lessons<br />

• $19 per person per 1/2 hour semi-private lessons<br />

To arrange for a lesson, please call the Aquatic Department at<br />

403- 338-2408.<br />

weekly saturday specials<br />

Appetizer Night


WiCked Water Camp<br />

December 27 - 30 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Cost: $130<br />

Join us for four days of fun, challenge and adventure!<br />

Activities will include trying WOW balls, Aqua new!<br />

Track, water polo, synchro, underwater hockey and<br />

so much more! Recommended for 7 years old and older<br />

who are able to comfortably swim 25 metres. If you have any<br />

questions, please contact aquatics at 403-338-2408.<br />

Water Walking<br />

Walking is one of the best, safest and most natural forms of<br />

exercise. You can, in fact, walk your way to a healthier, stronger<br />

cardiovascular system. Walking is an effective exercise<br />

for people of all ages and all states and levels of health.<br />

Now that the chilly weather is upon us, why not bring your<br />

usual outdoor walks to the warmth of the Beach Pool.<br />

Walking in waist to chest high water is a very good<br />

low-stress, high-intensity exercise. Unlike walking on land,<br />

the water adds a dimention of buoyancy which makes for less<br />

impact but also adds resistance. For higher intensity, run in<br />

the water or challenge yourself walking against the lazy river!<br />

(and you don’t even have to get your hair wet…)<br />

tsunamis update<br />

Team Canada takes 4 th place at the Lifesaving Championships<br />

in South Africa!<br />

A huge congratulations to our <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Athletes: Scott<br />

Southwood (National Team), Gordon Heine<br />

(Developmental Team), Jessica Burkart (Developmental<br />

Team) who represented Canada at the <strong>2011</strong> Commonwealth<br />

Lifesaving Championships in Durban, South Africa.<br />

Some highlights from the event were: Scott placed 6 th in<br />

supersaver and 9 th in 50 carry! In throwing, Scott and an<br />

athlete from Ontario broke a canadian record with a 10:05<br />

second throw, his team also came 4 th in the obstacle relay, 5 th<br />

in the manikan relay, and 4 th in the medley relay!<br />

Jessica and Gord both A finaled. Gord had a best personal<br />

event of 5 th place in 50m manikin carry, and his team came<br />

4 th in the medley relay, while Jessica’s team came 4 th in the<br />

carry relay!<br />

The next major competition is the World Championships<br />

(RESCUE 2012) in Adelaide, Australia next November!<br />

Gordon Heine was quoted as saying, “It was a huge<br />

experience and great eye opener seeing what the rest of the<br />

world is doing in the sport of lifesaving and I definitely know<br />

now what I need to do to progress in the sport!”<br />

Scott Southwood was quoted as saying, “As an experience it<br />

was incredible, the people we met and learned from were<br />

amazing! It was such a great learning experience for everyone<br />

and was a great way to understand an international<br />

competition of that caliber. It definitely motivated everyone to<br />

continue to train in order to represent canada in the future, and<br />

definitely was a dream come true.”<br />

sea sprites synCHronized sWimming update<br />

Newcomers of all ages are welcome to be a part of our<br />

successful club! All of our youngest athletes will benefit from<br />

the instructions of an outstanding synchronized swim coach<br />

and swim instructor to make sure all of our participants are<br />

getting the best of both worlds, and now with even more<br />

flexibility! Children 8 and under can participate in our registered<br />

monthly Synchro swimming program with the option of<br />

once or twice-a-week. See GameTime for more information<br />

or contact Jewely Walton, Head Coach, at 403-402-8189.<br />

aQuafitness<br />

We have just launched a new aquafit class that is fantastic and<br />

definitely worth trying. The class is “Aqua Zumba” which<br />

incorporates the Zumba dance formula and philosophy into a<br />

traditional aquafit class. This 45 minute class has earned rave<br />

reviews from many participants and runs Tuesday afternoons<br />

from 2:45 - 3:30 pm. It is a monthly registered class that<br />

starts on November 1 st and runs through the end of June<br />

2012. The Cost is only $55/month!<br />

Other popular specialty classes such as Water Running,<br />

Serious Strength, and Gentle Exercise to name a few are<br />

still offered at a variety of times to meet your needs. Please<br />

refer to the brochure located at the sports desk, pool area, or<br />

online at CWC web site for complete details on class<br />

descriptions as well as times. Let the water assist you in<br />

meeting your fitness needs in a safe and comfortable<br />

environment while still challenging your muscles and<br />

cardiovascular system.<br />

important AquaFit Dates<br />

• Just a reminder there is NO class on Friday, November 11 th .<br />

• Last classes of the year will be on Friday, December 23 rd .<br />

• Classes start back on Monday, January 2 nd .<br />

Health benefits of swimming During Pregnancy<br />

What’s good and healthy about swimming workouts<br />

performed by pregnant women?<br />

It is a cardio workout which helps the cardiovascular system<br />

perform well, which is essential for proper development of<br />

the uterus. It also helps maintain healthy weight essential<br />

for healthy pregnancy. Another swimming health benefit for<br />

pregnant women is that it increases the flexibility of their<br />

body and softens their body tissues as well. Swimming can<br />

also be relaxing and reduces your stress, which is essential<br />

during pregnancy.<br />

Swimming also helps regulate your breathing pattern and<br />

it also increases the oxygen flow towards your muscles. It<br />

further helps improve the blood circulation. Swimming is<br />

also known to be good for physically challenged people. With<br />

swimming, health problems like leg pain and backache can be<br />

effectively cured. Another swimming health benefit is that<br />

it helps your strained spine get relaxed. A strained spine can<br />

lead to problems like headache and weakness. Swimming is<br />

known to cure problems like joint pain and high blood<br />

pressure.<br />

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summer Junior england experienCe<br />

For 10 days in July four of our current top juniors and one<br />

ex-junior were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to<br />

travel to England to train with a group of professional tour<br />

players. Each day they joined their illustrious training partners,<br />

led by world ranked number 37 Chris Ryder, for their<br />

twice daily training sessions. Hard work on the track, in the<br />

gym and, of course, brutal court sessions were the norm.<br />

Additional matches against locals were added into the mix.<br />

Their hard work and dedication has certainly started to pay<br />

off with excellent early season results in our recent <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Junior Open. Kudos to Erin Roberts, Neil Pohlman,<br />

Evelyn Moorhouse, Ian Sefton and Graham Kerford.<br />

a+a Camp<br />

In August we launched our Altitude and Attitude high<br />

performance junior squash camps. Juniors from our club were<br />

joined by juniors from the Edgemont and Glencoe clubs.<br />

Lead coach Martin Heath expertly ran the daily sessions.<br />

Trying to impart over 20 years of knowledge in 5 days was<br />

Martin’s task. He managed it brilliantly, sharing stories of his<br />

time on the tour and showing a different approach to squash<br />

to our top athletes. Everyone had a great time and all athletes<br />

are looking forward to next season’s Altitude and Attitude<br />

camp which be even bigger and better.<br />

Coming up - soCial events<br />

ladies Fun Night<br />

November 4th | 6:00 - 8:00 pm | All levels welcome<br />

Ladies! Come down and participate in our fun Ladies Only<br />

Squash Night; a fun, social evening of squash. It’s your<br />

chance to meet and get on court with other ladies that play at<br />

the <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>. At the end of the evening we will head up to<br />

the 818 for a post game beverage. This evening will be lead<br />

by Squash Pro, Susie King. Register on GameTime today.<br />

Adult Doubles squash Night<br />

November 25th | 6:00 - 8:00 pm<br />

We are introducing a whole evening dedicated to doubles<br />

squash. As you are no doubt aware we will be getting a new<br />

full sized North American doubles court. To prepare<br />

everyone for it we are going to be holding a regular sized<br />

doubles squash evening. The rules are similar, faster paced,<br />

and in a smaller area, but still great fun! For the first 30<br />

minutes of the evening we will hold a small, basic clinic to<br />

get everyone up to speed on the rules, then we will a fun<br />

tournament for the remainder of the evening, you do not need<br />

to have a partner as the pro on hand will pair people up of<br />

equivalent ability. Register on GameTime today.<br />

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Adult beginner social<br />

December 9 th | 6:00 - 8:00 pm<br />

We will be running our first beginner social event of the<br />

season. Open to all of our beginner to intermediate players<br />

this event has a very strong emphasis on fun. No advanced<br />

players will be allowed to enter. A teaching professional will<br />

be on hand to organize friendly games and give each player a<br />

tip or two to help them with their games. A post event drink in<br />

the 818 will be guaranteed. Register as usual through<br />

GameTime.<br />

Christmas junior fun day<br />

December 10 th will be our annual Christmas junior squash<br />

day. We will be running a fun tournament for all of our<br />

juniors aged 8 and over. From our top athletes to those just<br />

starting out, everyone is invited. A cunning handicapping<br />

system will be in place to ensure everyone has an equal<br />

chance of success. Once the squash is done there will be<br />

prizes for everyone.<br />

tournament round-up<br />

rust remover<br />

Our annual season opening fun event yet again attracted a<br />

very keen field. Competitively formed teams lined up against<br />

each other Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. After<br />

some excellent early season squash was played, the scores<br />

were tallied and a very youthful team emerged as champions.<br />

Congratulations to Graham Kerford (captain), Brett Schille,<br />

Andrew Williamson, Brandin Roa and William Kuhn for<br />

taking down this prestigious title.<br />

upComing event dates<br />

November 4 Ladies Fun Night<br />

November 25 Adult Doubles Squash Night<br />

November 27 Junior Grand Prix<br />

December 9 Adult Beginner Social<br />

December 10 Junior Christmas Fun Tournament<br />

December 11 Junior Grand Prix<br />

January 13 Turkey Burner Adult Social<br />

January 20 Beginner/Intermediate Social<br />

January 22 Junior Grand Prix<br />

January 27 - 29 Glencoe Junior Open<br />

weekly sunday<br />

Chef special


<strong>Calgary</strong> winter <strong>Club</strong> Junior Open<br />

The annual season opening junior tournament of the year was<br />

once again hosted by our club. With a total of 8 divisions<br />

to play for and the <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> well represented in each, as<br />

usual, expectations were high. Normally the event is seen<br />

as an early indication as to who will get their season off to a<br />

flying start. Several of our senior juniors were hoping their<br />

hard summer training would pay off. Indeed it did with some<br />

remarkably dominant performances coming especially from<br />

Evelyn Moorhouse, Graham Kerford and Ian Sefton.<br />

Congratulations to all the juniors who took part.<br />

Champions:<br />

Graham Kerford - Boys U17/19<br />

Evelyn Moorhouse - Girls U15 - 19<br />

William Kuhn - Boys U13<br />

Lara Kunik - Girls U11<br />

Bobby Cragg - Boys U13/15 Novice<br />

Runner-up:<br />

Ian Sefton - Boys U17/19<br />

Brett Schille - Boys U15<br />

David Cragg - Boys U11 Novice<br />

Brooklyn McCasey - Girls U11<br />

Weekend<br />

Breakfast is Back!<br />

saturday & sundays<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

New and improved breakfast menu offered each Saturday and<br />

Sunday in the 818 Bistro between 10:30 am - 1:30 pm.<br />

Relax while the kid’s are at their programs, join us after<br />

church on Sunday or just drop in for a nice relaxing breakfast<br />

experience in the Bistro.<br />

ReseRvations<br />

Group bookings are limited to 10 people. For large reservations,<br />

contact our Catering Office at 403.338.2427. For reservations, please<br />

call the Front Desk at 403-289-5511.<br />

Reservations are strongly recommended!<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> Wi nter Clu b presents<br />

• Thursday, November 24, <strong>2011</strong> – Investing – Monetary History, Gold and Silver / Public vs Private<br />

Investments – James Longstreet<br />

• Monday, December 12, <strong>2011</strong> – Registered Plan Transitions (OAS clawbacks), RRSP, RRIF’s, TFSA’s –<br />

Robert/Garth McIntosh/Richard Dillabough<br />

Visit the member side of our website for more information. Go to the “Special Events & Promotions”<br />

page under “About Us.” Registration available through GameTime.<br />

No Cost.<br />

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<strong>Winter</strong> programming<br />

Look for old favorites and new activities to have you moving<br />

all through the year:<br />

Ballet Starts Saturday, January 14 th at 9:00 am<br />

Circus Yoga One Saturday a month at 2:00 pm<br />

Jan. 28, Feb. 25 and March 31<br />

Recess Games Starts Tuesday January 10 th at 4:30 pm<br />

Teen Power Hour Starts Friday, January 13 th at 5:30 pm<br />

Youth Fitness Starts Wednesday, January 11 th at 5:00 pm<br />

party on your day off<br />

Monday, November 14 th | 9:00 - 4:30 pm<br />

Spend your day free from school at the <strong>Club</strong>. A full day of<br />

games, swimming, bowling and so much more! Lunch and<br />

snack included. What to bring - swimsuit, goggles, indoor<br />

shoes, comfortable clothing & water bottle.<br />

kids in tHe Hall<br />

Wednesdays from 5:00 - 8:00 pm<br />

Saturdays from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

November 5 Building Blocks<br />

November 12 Never forget to Remember<br />

November 19 Planes, Trains & Automobiles<br />

November 26 CANCELLED<br />

December 3 Snow Flakes and Ice Cubes<br />

December 10 <strong>Winter</strong> Solstice and the Stars<br />

December 17 Magnificent Magic<br />

December 24 CANCELLED<br />

December 31 CANCELLED<br />

January 7 The Land Before Time<br />

January 14 Crazy Cartoon Fun<br />

January 21 Completely Puzzled<br />

January 28 Water, Water Everywhere!<br />

There will be NO Kids in the Hall on Saturdays,<br />

November 26 th , December 24 th or December 31 st .<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Camps<br />

December 27 - 29 or January 3 - 5 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

Come in from the cold for some fun & games. Activities will<br />

include - cardio games, a craft, scavenger hunt, bowling daily,<br />

swimming & much more! Thursday will include an awesome<br />

outdoor activity so bundle up! Lunch and afternoon snack<br />

included. What to bring - comfortable clothes, indoor shoes,<br />

water bottle & appropriate outdoor clothing on Thursday.<br />

Guests welcome – please see the camp guest guidelines.<br />

CHristmas Crafts<br />

Saturday, December 10 th | 1:00 - 3:00 pm<br />

This program is for children 6.5 - 11.11 years of age. There<br />

will be another program run through the Preschool<br />

department at the same time for younger children so that all<br />

children in the family can enjoy Christmas crafts at the same<br />

time. There will be several different Christmas crafts<br />

available and children can choose the crafts they would like<br />

to make. Children can come and go at any point and stay<br />

however long you wish them to stay.<br />

fabulous fridays!<br />

Looking for something to do on your Friday night? Enjoy one<br />

of the following events, each will be offered once-a-month.<br />

Sign up on GameTime.<br />

Cardio Party is back<br />

Friday night is full of laughs and fitness when you join Family<br />

Cardio Party. Bring the whole family and enjoy some great<br />

games and a little sweat.<br />

Girls Keeping Going<br />

A summer favourite is now fabulous in the fall! A spin-off<br />

of our popular ‘Go Girls’ Summer Camp will include trendy<br />

girlicscious activities each week; yoga, crafts, dance, drama,<br />

art and so much more!<br />

Youth Movie Night<br />

Enjoy a night out at the movies without the crowds. Settle in<br />

for an evening of fun and laughs as we watch some of the<br />

latest family blockbusters and rediscover soem old favourites.<br />

super sundays!<br />

Family Challenge<br />

Does your family have what it takes to outsmart and outplay<br />

one another? This evening of challenge and fun will involve<br />

cooperative group challenges, brain games and lots of energy!<br />

birtHday parties<br />

Book your next party here at the <strong>Club</strong>. Contact Stephanie<br />

Issler, Birthday Party Coordinator, at 403-338-2431 or via<br />

e-mail at stephaniei@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

Party Options<br />

Basic Party - $15/child<br />

Minimum of 6 and maximum of 12 children (including<br />

members) and a maximum of 12 adults.<br />

New and exciting options will be available in January.<br />

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Have you seen ‘havenworth’ yet??? It’s time you did!<br />

Luxury Condominiums … Starting at $400,000<br />

Welcome Home to ‘havenworth’!<br />

LOCATED AT 4440 – 14 Street NW, <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Across from <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> & Nose Hill Park<br />

403-270-7886 • www.havenworth.ca<br />

Mountain charm -<br />

with a big city address<br />

• 20 Units<br />

• Impeccable finishes<br />

• Luxurious appointments<br />

• 5 distinctive floor plans<br />

• Spacious 2 and 3 BR suites<br />

• 1130 – 1905 sq ft<br />

• 80% corner suites<br />

• Secure underground parking<br />

We encourage you to view our remaining suites before making a decision anywhere<br />

else. We promise you will not be disappointed in our superb quality and pricing.<br />

“These units are gorgeous – photos cannot do justice.<br />

They must be seen to be appreciated!” - visitor to show suites<br />

SHOW SUITE HOURS:<br />

Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm<br />

Saturdays & Sundays 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm<br />

Or by appointment<br />

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Inspiring Views. Distinctive Design.<br />

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Set along the lush fairways of the Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Resort in Oliver – the wine capital of Canada<br />

– the Canyon Desert Golf Villas represent the first release of desert-inspired homes that are as sensible as<br />

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Register today at www.OwnCanyonDesert.com<br />

Or call Susan at 1.877.798.3498 or 250-498-3498<br />

Or email susanw@owncanyondesert.com<br />

Visit our Sales Centre Today! 37041 – 71st., Oliver, BC<br />

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Absolute Return Investing Seminar<br />

Perfect Your Portfolio<br />

Traditional investing tends to split investment into two categories,<br />

Equity – which derives its value from economic growth and Fixed Income –<br />

which derives its value from interest rates. Not a whole lot of options!<br />

If economic growth is going to be slow and bond returns barely cover inflation<br />

are you wondering if there is something else you could be doing with your<br />

portfolio? We do, and we’d be happy to share some thoughts with you at our<br />

upcoming seminar!<br />

This important one hour seminar will be held on Thursday, November 10th at<br />

5:00 PM and then Tuesday, November 22nd at 5:00 PM.<br />

Host and Speaker<br />

Jonathan Lambe has spent 10 years managing money professionally for some of Canada’s<br />

biggest corporations where a return was expected whether markets went up or down. Jonathan<br />

will share ideas about how his clients have been using absolute return investment strategies<br />

to decrease risk or increase returns in their personal portfolios. Jonathan graduated from the<br />

Haskayne School of Business in 1999 and was awarded the prestigious Chartered Financial<br />

Analyst (CFA) designation in 2005.<br />

Guest Speaker 1<br />

Weston Pring has been the Chief Investment Officer of Ross Smith Asset Management since its<br />

inception in 2007. Among Weston’s duties is the oversight of the Ross Smith Capital Investment<br />

Fund, a quantitative, market-neutral investment fund. Weston will demonstrate how an in depth<br />

knowledge of a very niche market can I’ll work result one-on-one in low volatility with you returns to develop that are a comprehensive<br />

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investment strategy – one that’s right for you and your family’s<br />

unique needs and goals. And, I’ll maintain ongoing contact to<br />

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ensure it remains flexible enough to move with you through<br />

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Register on Game Time.<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is<br />

proud to announce...<br />

We have partnered with “Respect<br />

In Sport”, an organization that is<br />

designed to educate and certify<br />

leaders of children. The education<br />

and certification is centered around<br />

the prevention of bullying, abuse,<br />

neglect and harassment in sports. This<br />

education will allow the <strong>Club</strong> to exhibit<br />

a few key features and philosophies:<br />

T H E C a l g a r y W i n T E r C l u b<br />

New Yoga Class - Yin Yoga!<br />

Saturdays from January 7, 2012 – March 17, 2012<br />

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm<br />

Zen Studio<br />

Yin yoga consists of passive seated and reclining poses, versus<br />

the active postures found in Yang yoga, and is softer and less<br />

aggressive. Because of the long duration of the postures, one of<br />

the key values cultivated in the practice of yin yoga is patience.<br />

• We are a leader in the industry when<br />

it comes to the safety and well being<br />

of our athletes and participants<br />

• We pride ourselves in providing our<br />

Leaders with the most up to date<br />

information regarding bullying,<br />

abuse, neglect and harassment<br />

• We take a vigilant stance against<br />

the above<br />

• We are committed to minimizing<br />

risk and liability to the organization<br />

and employee<br />

We anticipate that all our existing<br />

leaders will have completed this<br />

program, and be certified, by the<br />

middle of November. All new<br />

employees to the <strong>Club</strong>, who are<br />

deemed leaders of children, will be<br />

required to complete the certification<br />

process within the first three months<br />

of employment.<br />

If you are curious about the program,<br />

please visit the Respect In Sport<br />

website for additional information<br />

www.respectinsport.com<br />

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A m b e r wr i g h t | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 3 5 | a m b e rw @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

For a nominal fee of just $12 per year, you reap the following<br />

benefits when joining our 55+ Section<br />

• new community, new friends<br />

• off site events organized for members<br />

• active hiking & walking groups<br />

• monthly luncheons with various speakers/entertainment<br />

• many activities such as the ones listed below<br />

Coffee times (included in your membership)<br />

Join us for tea, coffee and cookies and some good<br />

conversation with new and old friends from 1:00 - 3:00 pm.<br />

upcoming Dates:<br />

November 25 th - Lindy Kennedy, Supplements and Nutrition<br />

December - No coffee party<br />

January 20 th<br />

February 17 th<br />

March 16 th<br />

CWC CHoristers (included in your membership)<br />

If you like singing in the shower, bring your singing voice<br />

and come out and join the CWC Choristers the 1 st and 3 rd<br />

Friday every month<br />

book <strong>Club</strong> (included in your membership)<br />

The book club will meet the first Friday of each month, from<br />

October 1 st to June1 st from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. There is no charge<br />

for the book club to members. Please sign up in GameTime.<br />

Book selections include:<br />

• Friday, November 4 th - “The Wayfinders” by Wade Davis<br />

• Friday, December 2 nd - “The Immortal Life of Henrietta<br />

Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot<br />

• January 2012 - “Exit Lines” by Joan Barfoot<br />

• February 2012 - “Citizens of London” by Lynne Olson<br />

readers tHeatre (included in your membership)<br />

Mondays, September 20 - June 27 | 10:30 am - 12:00 pm<br />

Readers Theatre is a joint dramatic reading from a text, with<br />

no memorization, movement and few props. The emphasis is<br />

on oral expression and fun. The group will work together to<br />

find appropriate text. Participants may choose texts to<br />

perform for each other or may set goals to perform for a<br />

coffee party, luncheon or other club event!<br />

weekly tuesday specials<br />

Fish ‘N’ Chips Night<br />

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55 + Luncheons<br />

$18 for 55+ members | $20 for non-members<br />

Reminder that the social entrance to the <strong>Club</strong> is closed for the fall<br />

11:30 am | wednesday, November 2 nd<br />

The deHavilland DH.98 MOSQUITO was a British multi-role World War<br />

2 combat aircraft when it entered production in 1941. It was one of the<br />

fastest operational aircraft in the world. It was made from Ecuadorian<br />

balsawood, Canadian birch, along with spruce and of course many<br />

metal components. The <strong>Calgary</strong> Aviation Air Museum and the City of<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> have a Mosquito, but it is in boxes scattered throughout the<br />

City. What will become of it?<br />

Menu:<br />

Mixed Green Greens, variety of Dressings<br />

Chicken Parmesan with Tomato Basil Sauce<br />

Chef’s Choice of Potatoes<br />

Chef’s Choice of Vegetable of the Day<br />

Fresh Buns, Butter<br />

Plated Chocolate Brownies<br />

Seattle’s Best Coffee & Tea<br />

11:30 am | wednesday, December 7 th<br />

What would Christmas be without music and children?<br />

We are again privileged to have Gwyn Gillette and the<br />

+55 Choristers and Heather Mackie and her choir from<br />

the childcare section of the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

Menu:<br />

Roasted Turkey with Chestnut & Dried Fruit Stuffing<br />

Gravy and Cranberry Sauce<br />

Creamy Mashed Potatoes<br />

Vegetable of the Day<br />

Fresh Buns, Butter<br />

Plated Christmas Pudding with Warm Rum Anglaise Sauce<br />

Seattle’s Best Coffee & Tea<br />

11:30 am | wednesday, January 11 th<br />

We are honoured and privileged to have the new President<br />

of Mount Royal University who will make an interesting<br />

presentation. Dr. David Docherty comes to his appointment from<br />

Wilfred Laurie University where he served most recently<br />

as senior advisor on multi-campus initiatives.<br />

Menu:<br />

Mixed Greens, variety of Dressings<br />

Shepherd’s Pie Topped with Mashed Potatoes<br />

Vegetable of the Day<br />

Fresh Baked Bread Rolls, Butter<br />

Plated Apple Strudel<br />

register on-line through “Gametime”<br />

or in person at the sports Office.<br />

Cancellations and bookings must be made before 11:30 am on the<br />

Monday prior to the luncheon date. Anyone requiring a ride to the<br />

luncheon, please contact Eileen Ekvall at 403-282-2000<br />

and she will try her best to pair you up with someone.


leagues and drop-in aCtivities<br />

All leagues and drop-in participants must register on<br />

GameTime for the year.<br />

• Mixed Bowling League - Thursdays at 1:00 pm<br />

• Mixed Badminton League - Wednesdays at 10:00 am<br />

• Duplicate Bridge Drop-in - Tuesdays at 6:45 pm<br />

• Duplicate Bridge Drop-in - Thursdays at 12:45 pm<br />

• Drop-in Bridge - Wednesday at 1:00 pm<br />

• Ladies Tennis League - Mondays at 2:00 pm<br />

• Mixed Tennis League - Tuesdays at 2:00 pm<br />

• Various Curling Leagues (starting the end of November)<br />

Snowy Owl Curling League<br />

Tuesdays/Thursdays 10:00 am/1:00 pm draws<br />

• Various Aquatic Classes<br />

• Forever Fit - Fitness Classes<br />

• Mah Jong - Tuesdays at 1 pm<br />

sunsHine lady info – beryl parkinson<br />

If you have news or any members’ illness, operation or<br />

bereavement, please contact Beryl Parkinson at<br />

403-288-7716. Beryl will send a card on behalf of all<br />

members.<br />

aging beautifully (for 40+ age groups)<br />

November 17 th | 6:00 - 7:30 pm | $25<br />

As one wise person said, “Aging is inevitable, but getting old<br />

is optional.” Amen! this seminar is about aging beautifully...<br />

not fighting aging with plastic or cosmetic surgery<br />

procedures. Instead, learn how to grow older with style!<br />

Learn how to avoid the “looks” that can age you and how to<br />

dress your body and apply cosmetics appropriately for those<br />

over 40.<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong> programs and activities on Sunday, December 4 th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool,<br />

Skating & Squash<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatics<br />

2:30 pm for Badminton<br />

3:00 pm for Fitness<br />

3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

Select Wait List Members<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members<br />

on Sunday, December 11 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*,<br />

Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash<br />

& Tennis*<br />

Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/<br />

Select Family Seniors on Sunday, December 18 th at 1:00 pm for 55+,<br />

Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y.,<br />

Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

Please note that the <strong>Winter</strong> 2012 Registration Guide is available on-line.<br />

Please check GameTime for detailed class information.<br />

forever fit<br />

Why Should I Be Active?<br />

Physical activity is one of the most important things you can<br />

do to maintain your physical health, mental health and quality<br />

of life as you get older. Walking, stretching and using your<br />

muscles will help you maintain your independence.<br />

What are the benefits of being active?<br />

• meeting new people, feeling more relaxed, sleeping better<br />

• continued independent living<br />

• better physical and mental health<br />

• improved quality of life<br />

• more energy<br />

• move with fewer aches and pains<br />

• better posture and balance<br />

• improved self-esteem<br />

• weight maintenance<br />

• stronger muscles and bones<br />

• reduced stress<br />

Research shows that the more you move,<br />

the better you feel. You are never too old<br />

to start physical activity! So take the first<br />

step and take a class. All of our Forever<br />

Fit classes cater to all fitness levels and<br />

activity levels. We welcome everyone! If<br />

you have questions, please contact Kelly<br />

Skeavington at kellys@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

Congratulations peter Connellan!<br />

Below is an excerpt from the <strong>Calgary</strong> Herald, October 17, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

Thirteen may be an unlucky number in some circles, but at<br />

the University of <strong>Calgary</strong>, 13 years in the 1980s and ‘90s<br />

summed up the best of times for its football program. That<br />

was the length of Peter Connellan’s tenure as head coach,<br />

which left an indelible impression - not to mention a legacy<br />

of excellence.<br />

Connellan was on Sunday named to the Canadian Football<br />

Hall of Fame class of 2012, entering as a builder. He joins<br />

former Mount Allison running back Eric Lapointe, ex CFLers<br />

Jack Abendschan, Damon Allen, Milt Stegall and Tyrone<br />

Jones (posthumous), as well as David Braley in the builder<br />

category. The induction ceremony will take place in<br />

September 2012.<br />

In those 13 years, Connellan coached the Dinos to four<br />

national championships (‘83, ‘85, ‘88, and ‘95) in five tries<br />

and eight conference titles.<br />

weekly wednesday specials<br />

Prime rib buffet<br />

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M e m b e r s h i p<br />

Alisa Audia | 403.338.2416 | alisaa@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

WelCome neW members!<br />

A big welcome to our newest members of the <strong>Club</strong>:<br />

• Rachel & Scott Saxberg with children Graeme & Kellen<br />

• Chris & Arliss Szysky with children Saige & Sienna<br />

• Lesley & Craig Trail with children Connor & Kayleigh<br />

• Roberta Delidais<br />

• Sean & Rebecca Draper with children Evangeline & Leah<br />

• Adrian & Katherine Kerry with children Mathilda & Jemima<br />

And thank you to our full “Conversion Members” for their continued<br />

membership at the <strong>Club</strong>:<br />

• Gautam Shinde<br />

• Shannon Matthyssen<br />

• Darrell Dykstra & Leah Dell with children Elliott & Maelle<br />

• Stacey & Martin Scott with child Penelope<br />

• Bryce Weber<br />

• Chris Lenzin & Amber McDougall<br />

• Mike Lenzin & Brianne Sanden<br />

• Kaylyn Vejprava & Matt Mackarenko<br />

in memory of ...<br />

William Randall – member since 1958<br />

Lezlie Molyneux – member since 1979<br />

winter 2012 Programs registration Dates<br />

Registration for Active Members opens on-line for all<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>2011</strong> programs and activities on Sunday, December 4 th at:<br />

1:00 pm for 55+, Bowling, Curling, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating &<br />

Squash<br />

2:00 pm for Aquatics<br />

2:30 pm for Badminton<br />

3:00 pm for Fitness<br />

3:30 pm for Tennis<br />

Select Wait List Members<br />

Registration commences on GameTime for Select Wait List members on Sunday,<br />

December 11 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*, Bowling, Curling, Fitness,<br />

Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

Family/Seniors/Select Family Seniors<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Registration commences on GameTime for Family/Seniors/Select Family<br />

Seniors on Sunday, December 18 th at 1:00 pm for 55+, Aquatics, Badminton*,<br />

Bowling, Curling, Fitness, Lifestyle, P.A.R.T.Y., Preschool, Skating, Squash & Tennis*<br />

* excludes Badminton and Tennis Adult Leagues and Ladders for all Select Wait List members.<br />

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Please note that the <strong>Winter</strong> 2012 Registration Guide is available on-line.<br />

Please check GameTime for detailed class information.<br />

affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

Canadian Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Arbutus <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, BC<br />

The Badminton and Racquet <strong>Club</strong> of Toronto<br />

Boulevard <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Atwater, Montreal, Quebec<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Sportif MAA, Montreal, Quebec<br />

Derrick Golf & <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, AB<br />

The Granite <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

Hollyburn Country <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Jericho Tennis <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

North Shore <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Royal Glenora <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, Alberta<br />

The Toronto Cricket Skating & Curling <strong>Club</strong><br />

Union <strong>Club</strong>, Victoria, B.C.<br />

Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton <strong>Club</strong><br />

Winnipeg <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Winnipeg, Manitoba<br />

American Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Ashford <strong>Club</strong>, in Atlanta, Georgia<br />

Bellevue <strong>Club</strong>, Bellevue, Washington<br />

Berkeley City <strong>Club</strong>, Berkeley, California<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Lansing, Lansing, Michigan<br />

Honolulu <strong>Club</strong>, Honolulu, Hawaii<br />

India House <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

Pacific <strong>Club</strong>, Newport Beach, California<br />

Penn <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

The Spokane <strong>Club</strong>, Spokane, Washington<br />

The Tacoma <strong>Club</strong>, Tacoma, Washington<br />

The University <strong>Club</strong>, Memphis, Tennessee<br />

University <strong>Club</strong> of Grand Rapids, Michigan<br />

Washington Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Seattle, Washington<br />

International Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

American <strong>Club</strong>, Singapore<br />

Banker’s <strong>Club</strong>, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia<br />

Berlin Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Berlin, Germany<br />

Berliner Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong> Motzener,<br />

Germany<br />

Brocket Hall Golf <strong>Club</strong>, Hertordshire, Great Britain<br />

Casino De Madrid, Madrid, Spain<br />

Chang An <strong>Club</strong>, Beijing, China<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Nanjing<br />

Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Dubai<br />

Cypress Lakes Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, Australia<br />

Doha <strong>Club</strong>, Doha, Qatar<br />

Guangzhou Luhu Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Grand Millennium Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand<br />

Hanoi <strong>Club</strong>, Hanoi, Vietnam<br />

Havanna Lounge, Bremen, Germany<br />

Havanna Lounge, Hannover, Germany<br />

Hong Kong Football <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

The International <strong>Club</strong>, Xiamen, China<br />

Klub Polskiej Rady Biznesu, Poland<br />

Kobe <strong>Club</strong>, Kobe, Japan<br />

Kowloon Cricket <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

London Capital <strong>Club</strong>, London, Great Britain<br />

Monolith Family City <strong>Club</strong>, Moscow, Russia<br />

NRI’s <strong>Club</strong> International, Hyderabad, A.P. India<br />

Rivers <strong>Club</strong> of Tianjin (China)<br />

Rotonda Business-<strong>Club</strong>, Cologne, Germany<br />

Seoul City <strong>Club</strong>, Seoul, Korea<br />

Shanghai Racquet <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Stoke Park <strong>Club</strong>, Buckinghamshire, Britain<br />

Tower <strong>Club</strong>, Manila, Philippines<br />

Wanderers <strong>Club</strong>, Johannesburg, South Africa<br />

Wittelsbacher Golfclub & Hotel, Germany<br />

Yokohama Country & Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Japan<br />

Affiliations are subject to change.<br />

Please confirm affiliations before you travel.


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The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does not endorse in any manner any of the products or services advertised in this newsletter. You are advised to conduct your own research as to the suitability of the products or services advertised. The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does<br />

not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided for these advertisements, nor does it assume responsibility for the provision of any such products or services, or the manner in which such products or services are provided.<br />

Providing healthy choices<br />

for the whole family.<br />

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life<br />

life<br />

life<br />

life<br />

life<br />

life<br />

life


sunday<br />

818 bistro<br />

breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

Chef special<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Sea Sprites<br />

Competition<br />

12 - 6 pm<br />

Tennis <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

Sea Lions Swim Meet<br />

7 am - 6 pm<br />

Squash Junior<br />

Grand Prix<br />

N o v e m b e r C a l e n d a r<br />

M a i n s w i tc h b o a r d | 4 0 3 . 2 8 9 . 5 5 1 1 | c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

Monday<br />

818 bistro<br />

burger Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

6 7<br />

8<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

13 14<br />

P.A.R.T.Y. On Your<br />

Day Off<br />

9 am - 4:30 pm<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

15<br />

20 21<br />

22<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

27 28<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

tuesday wednesday thursday Friday saturday<br />

1 2<br />

3 4<br />

5<br />

818 bistro 818 bistro<br />

818 bistro<br />

818 bistro<br />

818 bistro<br />

Fish ‘N’ Chips Prime rib buffet Pizza Night CwC buffet Night breakfast<br />

5 pm - close<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

5 pm - close<br />

5 - 8 pm 10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

55+ Luncheon<br />

11:30 am<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

55+ CWC Choristers<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

Bowling Ladies<br />

Interclub Challenge<br />

Squash Ladies Fun<br />

Night 6 - 8 pm<br />

Appetizer Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“Building Blocks”<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

9<br />

16<br />

23<br />

29 30<br />

Tennis Ladies<br />

Christmas Tournament<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

10<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

55+ Seminar<br />

“Aging Beautifully”<br />

6 - 7:30 pm<br />

17 18<br />

55+ CWC Choristers<br />

Tennis Singles <strong>Club</strong> Championships: November 17 - 20<br />

24<br />

25<br />

26<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

CWC Seminar Series<br />

“Successful Investing”<br />

7 pm<br />

55+ Coffee Time<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Adult Doubles<br />

Squash Night<br />

6 - 8 pm<br />

P.A.R.T.Y.<br />

Family Movie Night<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“Never Forget to<br />

Remember”<br />

N o v e m b e r C a l e n d a r<br />

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11<br />

Remembrance<br />

Day <strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

6:45 am - 11 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

9 am - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Centre & Swim<br />

Pools 7 am - 9 pm<br />

Most programs<br />

cancelled. Please<br />

check individual<br />

sections.<br />

12<br />

19<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“Planes, Trains &<br />

Automobiles”<br />

Sea Lions Swim Meet<br />

7 am - 6 pm<br />

No Kids in the Hall


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sunday<br />

818 bistro<br />

breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

Chef special<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Santa’s Brunch<br />

11 am 4<br />

On-Line Registration<br />

Opens for <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Programs for Active<br />

Members<br />

1 pm - 55+, Bowling,<br />

Curling, Lifestyle,<br />

PARTY, Preschool,<br />

Skating, Squash<br />

2 pm - Aquatics<br />

2:30 pm - Badminton<br />

3 pm - Fitness<br />

3:30 pm - Tennis<br />

On-Line<br />

Registration Opens at<br />

1 pm for all <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Programs for Select<br />

Wait Members<br />

Curling Super Crazy<br />

Christmas Junior<br />

Bonspiel Extravaganza<br />

Squash Junior<br />

Grand Prix<br />

Badminton CWC Open<br />

Badminton CWC Jr. Open<br />

Christmas Day<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Closed<br />

D e c e m b e r C a l e n d a r<br />

M a i n s w i tc h b o a r d | 4 0 3 . 2 8 9 . 5 5 1 1 | c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

Monday<br />

818 bistro<br />

burger Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

tuesday<br />

818 bistro<br />

Fish ‘N’ Chips<br />

5 pm - close<br />

5 6<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

11 12<br />

13<br />

Tennis Ladies Christmas Tournament<br />

18 19<br />

20<br />

25<br />

January 1<br />

New Year’s Eve<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

10 am - 6 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

10 am - 4 pm<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

CWC Seminar Series<br />

“Registered Plan<br />

Transitions”<br />

7 pm<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

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wednesday<br />

818 bistro<br />

Prime rib Night<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

55+ Luncheon<br />

11:30 am<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Tennis Junior<br />

Christmas Party<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

7<br />

CWC BLOP<br />

14<br />

21<br />

28<br />

thursday<br />

818 bistro<br />

Pizza Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

Last Day for Magic<br />

of Christmas Drop-off<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

Aquatics - Last Day<br />

of Classes before<br />

Christmas for Masters,<br />

Tsunami Intermediate<br />

& Seniors, Seal Pups<br />

and Swim Fit<br />

1<br />

Bowling - Last Week<br />

for Most Leagues<br />

Before Christmas<br />

Breatk<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

Friday<br />

2<br />

818 bistro<br />

CwC buffet Night<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Infant Block<br />

Booking for Active<br />

Members - 8:30 am<br />

55+ CWC Choristers<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

8 9<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> Infant Block<br />

Booking for Select<br />

Wait List Members -<br />

8:30 am<br />

Squash Adult<br />

Beginner Social<br />

6 - 8 pm<br />

saturday<br />

15<br />

Badminton CWC Open: Dec. 9 - 11<br />

16<br />

17<br />

55+ CWC Choristers<br />

Badminton Last Day<br />

of Adult Programs<br />

Ladies Christmas Party<br />

Preschool Last Day<br />

of Gym Classes<br />

Badminton CWC Jr. Open: Dec. 16 - 18<br />

22 23<br />

24<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

5:50 am - 6 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

8:45 - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Centre &<br />

Swim Pools closed at<br />

5:30 pm<br />

3<br />

818 bistro<br />

breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

Appetizer Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Family Holiday<br />

Funbowl - 6:30 pm<br />

Badminton Men’s<br />

(CWC)& Ladies<br />

(Glencoe) Interclub<br />

10<br />

Preschool &<br />

P.A.R.T.Y. Christmas<br />

Crafts 1 - 3 pm<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“<strong>Winter</strong> Solstice<br />

& the Stars”<br />

Squash Christmas<br />

Junior Fun Day<br />

Skating <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Wonderland Festival<br />

9 am - 2 pm<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“Magnificent Magic”<br />

Christmas Eve<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Closed<br />

29 30<br />

31<br />

Boxing Day<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

10 am - 6 pm<br />

Fitness Centre &<br />

Swim Pools<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

818 Bistro Closed<br />

Childcare Closed<br />

Childcare Hours Childcare Hours Childcare Hours Childcare Hours<br />

9 am - 4 pm 9 am - 4 pm 9 am - 4 pm 9 am - 4 pm<br />

Ray Kingsmith Memorial High School Bonspiel<br />

P.A.R.T.Y.<br />

P.A.R.T.Y. <strong>Winter</strong> Camp<br />

Family Movie Night<br />

Aquatics Wicked Water Camp: 10 am - 12 pm<br />

New Year’s Eve<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

5:50 - 8:30 pm<br />

Swim Pool Hours<br />

9 am - 7:30 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

9 am - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Centre<br />

5:50 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Curling Open House<br />

Family Fun Events<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

January 2 January 3 January 4 January 5 January 6 January 7<br />

55+ Readers Theatre<br />

10:30 am - 12 pm<br />

Drop-in Bridge<br />

1 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

12:45 pm<br />

Duplicate Bridge<br />

6:45 pm<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

P.A.R.T.Y. <strong>Winter</strong> Camp<br />

55+ CWC Choristers<br />

Kids in the Hall<br />

“The Land Before<br />

Time”<br />

Curling<br />

Bantam & Juvenile<br />

Preplaydown Bonspiel


1<br />

J eff Merri n<br />

jeff merrin<br />

Manager Profile<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> WinTer <strong>Club</strong> WelComes<br />

Jeff Merrin, our neW Food & beverage manager<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Management and the Board of Directors are pleased to announce,<br />

that after an extensive search, Jeff Merrin has been hired as the new<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Food & Beverage Manager. Jeff comes to the <strong>Club</strong> with<br />

a wealth of culinary achievements, service knowledge and international<br />

experience. After graduating from Western University (with a B.Sc) in<br />

1997, Jeff worked in Japan for two years and developed a keen interest<br />

in international cuisine. This passion for cuisine led him to enrol in the<br />

Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park , New York. After graduating<br />

with honours in 2002, Jeff became an apprentice for A.C.F. Certified Master<br />

Chef, Kevin Walker. Also in 2002, Jeff was presented with the Service Award<br />

for “Best Front of House Service” by the Culinary Institute of America.<br />

After completing the first stage of his culinary journey, Jeff traveled to<br />

England to broaden his horizons and attained a position at the Mandarin<br />

Oriental Hyde Park, London under the direction of acclaimed Chef David<br />

Nicholls. During his time in England Jeff also gained significant experience<br />

at both One and Two Michelin Star ** establishments, which are known<br />

worldwide for their outstanding quality and unique culinary experience.<br />

Although Jeff enjoyed his time abroad, he always planned on returning<br />

to Canada. Upon his return he accepted a position at the famed Toque<br />

Restaurant in Montreal. After gaining some very valuable French cuisine<br />

experience, Jeff was ready to head West and has since worked with the<br />

Chateau Lake Louise, the Banff Centre and most recently as the Executive<br />

Chef at the Newport Grill in South <strong>Calgary</strong>.<br />

On a personal note, Jeff is an avid sports fan who is interested in sailing,<br />

rugby and enjoys sitting down and watching a good college football game,<br />

when he has the time. Jeff also loves to ski, hike, run and especially loves<br />

spending time with his family. Plus we just found out that Jeff’s family<br />

is about to get a little bigger, as him and his wife Erin are expecting their<br />

first child in April of next year!<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is excited to have such a talented and internationally<br />

experienced culinary mind joining our team as the new Food & Beverage<br />

Manager. Our Members can look forward to a fresh perspective and many<br />

new initiatives and offerings, including a renewed focus on exceptional<br />

service and member experience. Welcome to the <strong>Club</strong> Jeff!<br />

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RETURN UNDELIVERABLE<br />

CANADIAN ADDRESSES TO:<br />

CALGARY WINTER CLUB<br />

4611 - 14 th STREET N.W.<br />

CALGARY, ALBERTA T2K 1J7<br />

e-mail: membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Entry<br />

Main<br />

Up<br />

Childcare<br />

8050<br />

11640<br />

Existing<br />

Men's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Pool<br />

Lounge<br />

Nursery Sto.<br />

WR<br />

Stroll.<br />

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Foyer<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Corridor<br />

Sports<br />

Existing<br />

Room<br />

Men's Locker<br />

Existing<br />

Shower<br />

Youth<br />

Change<br />

Conf.<br />

Lounge<br />

WR<br />

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Up<br />

Badminton<br />

Addition<br />

Mass.<br />

Existing<br />

Badminton<br />

Courts<br />

Expanded<br />

Men's Locker Room<br />

Work<br />

W<br />

Showers<br />

Mass.<br />

Corridor<br />

Corridor<br />

Up<br />

Badminton<br />

Pro<br />

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Phase 1<br />

Area<br />

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Pool<br />

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Showers<br />

First<br />

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Vanity<br />

Make-up<br />

Jr. Girls<br />

Change<br />

Lifeguard<br />

Make-up<br />

Dn<br />

Existing<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Pool<br />

Bf<br />

Chg.<br />

Viewing<br />

Badminton<br />

Corridor<br />

O�ce<br />

+55<br />

Room<br />

Up<br />

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Room<br />

Sto.<br />

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Dn<br />

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Expanded<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

WR<br />

Family<br />

Day Lockers<br />

Lower<br />

Lounge<br />

Family Change<br />

Rooms<br />

WR<br />

Bf<br />

WR<br />

Corridor<br />

Storage<br />

Elec./<br />

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Corridor<br />

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Shop<br />

Dn<br />

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Concession<br />

Kitchen<br />

Sto.<br />

Skate<br />

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Curling Pro<br />

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Squash Viewing<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Dn<br />

Corridor<br />

Up<br />

Laundry<br />

/ Storage<br />

122 sm<br />

Up<br />

Up<br />

Existing<br />

Ice Surface<br />

45335 7700 11450<br />

Banquet<br />

Storage<br />

46 sm<br />

Future<br />

Phase<br />

Member<br />

Commons<br />

Curling<br />

Viewing<br />

Existing<br />

Curling Rink<br />

1<br />

1,145.678 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Elev.<br />

Jan./Stor.<br />

Paint<br />

Chem.<br />

Up<br />

4090 1900<br />

M W Prog.<br />

Elev.<br />

Mach.<br />

Ice Machine<br />

& Snow Dump<br />

Up<br />

Workshop<br />

Wood Shop<br />

CO2<br />

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Corridor<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Jan.<br />

Dn<br />

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Prog.<br />

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Sto.<br />

t/o slab<br />

Equip.<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

F&B<br />

Dry Storage<br />

Video<br />

Room<br />

Up<br />

Fridge Freezer O�ce O�ce<br />

Shipping &<br />

Receiving<br />

Train.<br />

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Recycling<br />

Holding<br />

Phase<br />

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(Foundations)<br />

Up<br />

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Up<br />

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Pro<br />

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Dn<br />

1,149.0 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Tennis Viewing<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

Vest.<br />

Sto.<br />

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t/o slab<br />

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Curling Rink<br />

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1,149.0 m<br />

1,147.2 m<br />

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t/o asphalt<br />

Service<br />

Entry<br />

1,147.13 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

slope up 1.5%<br />

Line of Upper<br />

Floor above<br />

1,146.98 m<br />

Women WC<br />

t/o asphalt<br />

slope dn 2%<br />

Corridor<br />

Men WC &<br />

Grease Compactors<br />

1,147.5 m<br />

Change<br />

& Change Stor.<br />

1,148.68 m<br />

Tennis<br />

Up<br />

6285<br />

Tennis Building<br />

Existing<br />

28685<br />

37520<br />

1<br />

Tennis Courts<br />

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