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Table of ContentsCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Yearbook</strong> Advertisers.....................................2Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Board of Directors.........................................6Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Staff............................................................10Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Regional Liaisons.........................................11Message from Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> President..............................12Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Introduces LTAD Model................................13Directory of Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Affiliated Clubs.........................14Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Benefits of Affiliation...................................17Message from <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame...................20<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame inductees..........................21Message from the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong>Foundation.................................................................23Honourary Life Members <strong>Association</strong>.................................24New Honourary Life Members............................................25MCA Honours and Awards................................................282010/2011 Calendar of Events..........................................31Morris hosts 2010 Canadian Mixed ..................................322010 MANitoBA ProviNCIAL CHAMPIONS....................35Junior Men’s...............................................................37Junior Women’s..........................................................38Safeway Championship Men’s.....................................39Safeway Championship All-Stars.................................41Scotties Tournament of Hearts Women’s......................43Scotties All-Stars.........................................................44Meyers Norris Penny Mixed.........................................45Strathcona Trust Senior Men’s.....................................46Senior Women’s..........................................................47<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Men’s....................49<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Women’s................50Dominion Men’s ........................................................51Dominion Women’s ....................................................528-Ender Brushes Youth................................................53Boys & Girls High School.............................................552010 BONSPIEL CHAMPIONS...........................................57JUNIOR MENWinnipeg Free Press Trophy.........................................58Awards & More Trophy...............................................59Cec Watt Trophy..........................................................60JUNIOR WOMEN8-Ender Trophy...........................................................61Home Run Sports Trophy.............................................63Awards & More Trophy...............................................63OPEN youthEqual Force Event.......................................................64Defiant Event..............................................................64Valour Road Event......................................................65Pro Star Event.............................................................65YOUTH RECreatioNAL JAMBOREE..........................66MENSport <strong>Manitoba</strong> Trophy................................................70Winnipeg Free Press Trophy.........................................71Safeway Lucerne Trophy..............................................72Bituminex Paving Trophy.............................................73<strong>Manitoba</strong> Hydro Trophy...............................................75Chas. Fidler & Son Trophy............................................77LaFarge Construction Trophy.......................................79Thecurler.com Trophy..................................................80Great-West Life Trophy................................................818-Ender Brushes Trophy..............................................83Monsanto Trophy........................................................85<strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council Trophy.....................................87Canada’s Web Shop Trophy.........................................89McDiarmid Lumber Trophy..........................................91Chicken Chef Masters Trophy......................................93WOMENAsham ......................................................................95Atkins <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies Trophy....................................968-Ender Trophy...........................................................96Stewart Trophy............................................................97Contempra Signs Trophy.............................................97Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Masters Women’s Trophy.......................98Ladies Past Presidents <strong>Association</strong>.....................................99Past Presidents <strong>Association</strong>..............................................100COVER: Featuring the range of curlers - Master to Juniors. Master curlers are Sylvia Groinus and Lydia Ewasko. Juniorcurlers are Brayden Ewasko and Jarvis Ewasko. Photo credits: Bill Smyth PhotographyThe 2010/2011 <strong>Yearbook</strong> is publishedby Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> 309-145 Pacific Ave,Winnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6.(204) 925-5723 Fax: (204) 925-5720Email: mca@curlmanitoba.orgWebsite: curlmanitoba.orgAdvertising sales, publication management, editorial, design and production:CRAIG KELMAN & ASSOCIATES, Third floor, 2020 Portage Ave., Winnipeg, MBR3J 0K4 (204) 985-9780 Fax: (204) 985-9795Email: info@kelman.caDesign, art production: Theresa KurjewiczProduction Management: Kelly GowerlukSales Manager: Kris Fillionwww.Curlmanitoba.org 3


Thank you to ourValued SponsorsThe Morris CC & Canadian Mixed Host Committee thanks...VOLUNTEER SPONSORCruisers Diner (Red-Morr Catering) • Country Graphics • Canadian Club •IceMaster • Curtis Carpets • Michaels, St. Vital • Access Credit Union, MorrisBranch • BSI Insurance/Red River Mutual • Burke’s Roadhouse • iRecycle •Labatt Breweries of Canada (<strong>Manitoba</strong>) • Lavallee Gravel • Morris Bigway• Morris Build-All Centre • Morris Home Hardware • Morris Stampede Inn• RBC Dominion Securities/Patrick Rae • ReMax Performance Realty/Glen J.Sytnyk • Rosenort Motors • Santa Lucia Pizza • Strath & Company • ValleySuperThrifty Pharmacy • Viterra • Morris Mirror • Morris SuperVariety• Sterling BeveragesPiney Fine Natural Spring Water • JetIce • Rempel Insurance • Royal Bank ofCanada • Westfield Industries • <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Museum & Hall of Fame •<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation • Saper Agencies • Morris Chamber of Commerce4 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


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2010 - 2011board of directorsCindy MaddockPresidentMordenResby CouttsVice-PresidentMorris/Fort RougeJim StrathPast-PresidentSourisSam AntilaThompsonRob Van KommerCarberryBill BiehlHeatherSharon Thiessen-WoodsHeatherJim McRaeCharleswoodMarlene MoriThistleWendell KeelerPortageJim WinfieldGrandviewGarry Van De KerckhoveSwan Lake6 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Welcomes you to the22 Mostyn PlacePhone: 775-8239Fax: 772-0106E-mail: granitec@mts.netBlues BonspielNovember 18-20, 201133rd Annual Company BonspielApril 11-14 & 18-20, 2011• 9 Sheets of Ice - Call us for your day Bonspiel or Funspiel.• Excellent catering facilities for meetings, banquets,wind-ups and weddingsCelebrating 100 years in 2012www.Curlmanitoba.org 7


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Academy Program offers a Senior 1 and Senior 2levels of Student Initiated Credit Courses approved by theDepartment of Education for use in <strong>Manitoba</strong> Schools.For more information, please call 204.925.5723 or emailmca@curlmanitoba.org8 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


He leavesno stoneunturnedin coveringthe gameyou love.Read Paul Wiecek for the most comprehensive coverageon the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Scene.paul.wiecek@freepress.mb.caFP552 111/5/10 1:38:40 PMwww.Curlmanitoba.org 9


2010 - 2011 StaffShane RayExecutive DirectorCole SkinnerMedia Relations Director/Championship Event CoordinatorElaine OwenDevelopment CoordinatorConnie LaliberteHigh Performance DirectorTheresa ArmstrongAccountantTracey EwaskoExecutive AssistantLinda KnightReceptionistMarj BoneEntries ManagerCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong>309-145 Pacific AvenueWinnipeg, MB R3B 2Z6Tel: (204) 925-5723 Fax: (204) 925-5720Email: mca@curlmanitoba.org Web: curlmanitoba.org10 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Regional LiaisonsInterlake – JAY boaZNorman – Rae HainstockParkland – Butch MouckWestman – TBAEastman – Anni MarkmannCentral – NICK STONEWinnipeg – role performed by wpgcurling club associationCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Regional Liaison Job DescriptionDuties and Responsibilities:• Make personal contact (phone or email) with each club at beginning of the year via email or phone.• Act as a resource person to individual clubs in their region. Assist with tips on application submission,answer questions about completion of forms and connect clubs to appropriate person if they don’t havethe information.• Promote Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> and encourage club participation in specific programs and events.• Assist in identifying clubs suitable to host specific events/activities/programs.• Participate in a minimum of two regional meetings per year – teleconference, video teleconference,face-to-face.• Attend a fall meeting of all Regional Representatives/Resource Contacts• Attend the Annual General Meeting• Assist Board Development Committee in the recruitment of board and committee members, regionalrepresentatives and leadership of events.• Assist Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> in securing event leaders in their regionQualifications and Background:• Knowledge of other clubs and individuals in the regionTime Commitment:• Approximately 2-4 hours per month from April to September• Approximately 4-10 hours per month from October to Marchwww.Curlmanitoba.org 11


President’s Messageelcome to the 2010-11 curling season. I am truly honoured to bePresident of this great <strong>Association</strong>. <strong>Curling</strong> has been a part of my lifesince the age of eight when I pushed my first rock down the natural ice at theRathwell <strong>Curling</strong> Club. <strong>Curling</strong> has always been celebrated as a lifetime sportand has something to offer to everyone. It is played by people of all ages andskill levels, social or competitive and by those looking for exercise or just asocial pastime. When you introduce your family and friends to this wonderfulsport they will be forever grateful. I am.My role along with the 12-member Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Board and Office is toserve you the curlers, members and our member facilities. This is what we alldo as volunteers for the sport we love.Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> has long been recognized as a leader both within the national and world curlingorganizations. This is due to the efforts of our many dedicated volunteers working diligently within their clubson and off the ice, in their sport regions, and their provincial and national bodies. I would like to thank all ourgreat volunteers for the many hours they have put into the sport.Thank you to the staff at the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> office for your commitment, dedication and hard workthroughout the year. It is indeed a pleasure working with you all.I want to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors. Without their support, it would be impossible to hostour many local events, Provincial and National Championships.This fall Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> hosted the Canadian Mixed Championship in Morris November 13 to 20, 2010 andwill host the Canadian Masters at Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club, March 30 to April 5, 2011. We inviteyou to attend and watch Canada’s best curlers in action.The <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Tour continues to grow, especially in the Junior ranks looking to improve their skills.Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s future success is truly among the ranks of these young men and women. Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> teamsare amongst the best curlers in the world vying towards the Olympic stage. These are truly exciting times forour curlers, our <strong>Association</strong> and our sport.I often say most people I know, I have met either through work or curling. Curlers everywhere talk aboutthe many great lifelong friendships made. I have been blessed with over 40 years of friendships and lookforward to making many more.Thanks go out to the clubs, both rural and in Winnipeg that I have been a member of over my years curling.Special thanks to the Morden <strong>Curling</strong> Club, where I have been a member for nearly 30 years. I appreciate theirsupport and encouragement during my years volunteering with Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.I look forward to gathering new insight from each and everyone this year and I wish everyone a successfuland enjoyable season of curling and friendship.Cindy MaddockPresidentW12 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>introduces ltad model<strong>Curling</strong> is one of the oldest sports in Canada,and Canadians have long traditionsin competitive achievement and recreationalinvolvement in the game. <strong>Curling</strong> has been aleader in attracting and retaining recreational sportparticipants and recent years have seen a surgein demand for both high performance trainingopportunities and entry-level skill developmentprograms. This demand has highlighted the needfor a systematic approach to developing ourcurling athletes. With increasingly high stakes inthe competitive arena, it is critical that there bea systematic, scientific process for consistentlyproducing the best possible Canadian curlingathletes and teams.The Long-term Athlete Development model (LTAD)for curling identifies the optimal training, competitionand recovery principles and practices for our athletesthrough sequential stages from childhood throughto adulthood. It recognizes there are two distinctstreams in curling – the lifetime recreational sportand the elite competitive arena – and it is designedto promote and support participants in both.Promoting excellence alongside recreation isimportant. While these two groups may experiencea similar initial introduction to curling, at somepoint competitive curling athletes will emerge whowish to pursue the most elite levels of competition.The <strong>Curling</strong> LTAD model will provide a frameworkthat ensures promising curling athletes havethe possibility to achieve their potential throughsystematic and logical development.The LTAD model will allow coaches to provideathletes with the best possible support at each stageof their development, and for eventual retirement orre-entry into participation-focused curling. The LTADwill also inform both athletes and parents about keydevelopmental concepts and practices at each stagein the development pathway from frozen pond topodium.In <strong>Manitoba</strong> we have recently started theprocess of adopting the LTAD plan. This processwill see a complete review of programs, servicesand competitions to see where they fit within theLTAD stages. We will identify gaps and develop newprograms, services or competitions to meet the needsof athletes, coaches and officials.For more information or to read the <strong>Curling</strong> LTADplan visit our website at curlmanitoba.org/long-termathlete-development.www.Curlmanitoba.org 13


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> affiliated clubs2009-2010Rural Affiliated ClubsLEGEND: A-ARTIFICIAL ICEN-NATURAL ICEYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICEAlonsa 2002 2AAltamont 1929 1NAltona 1928 4AArborg 1946 4AArgyle 1940 3ABaldur 1900 3ABalmoral 1938 3ABeausejour 1932 6ABissett 1936 3ABoissevain 1890 4ABowsman 1922 3ABrandon 1889 8ABrookdale 1906 2ABurntwood 1960 6ACarberry 1888 4ACarman 1892 5ACartwright 1895 2AClearwater 1901 3ACypress River 1927 2NDauphin 1897 6ADeloraine 1891 3ADufrost 1956 2AEast St. Paul 1959 6AElm Creek 1910 4AEmerson 1902 4AEriksdale 1955 3AFlin Flon 1931 6AGilbert Plains 1902 4AGillam 1967 4AGimli 1940 5AGladstone 1893 3AGlenboro 1895 3AGlenora 1949 2NGrand Marais 1982 3AGrandview 1905 3AYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICEHalbstadt 1986 2NHamiota 1896 4AHartney 1896 2AHolland 1893 2AKenton 1902 3NKillarney 1897 4ALa Salle 1984 3ALac du Bonnet 1934 4ALansdowne 1993 3ALorette 1967 3AMacGregor 1920 3AManitou 1891 4AMelita 1891 4AMiami 1898 3AMiniota 1898 3AMinnedosa 1890 4AMoosehorn 1953 3AMorden 1888 5AMorris 1898 6ANeepawa 1892 6ANewdale 1909 3NNorthern Interlake 1998 3NPetersfield 1938 4APilot Mound 1891 4APinawa 1963 4APine Falls 1927 3APlumas 1932 3APortage 1888 8ARapid City 1895 3NRivers 1944 6ARiverton 1944 4ARiverview 1971 4ARoblin 1913 4ARoland 1898 2ARorketon 1990 2AYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICERoseland 1954 1NRosser 1946 3ASelkirk 1893 6AShoal Lake 1898 4ASnow Lake 1948 5ASomerset 1931 3ASouris 1896 4ASpringfield 1947 4ASt. Adolphe 1965 3ASt. Claude 1932 3A& HaywoodSt. Jean Baptiste 1988 4AStarbuck 1937 3ASte. Anne 1953 4ASte. Leon 2001 1ASte. Rose du lac 1943 4ASteinbach 1949 4AStonewall 1888 5AStony Mountain 1888 3ASwan Lake 1898 4ASwan River 1919 6ATeulon 1924 3AThe Pas 1915 6ATreherne 1891 3ATyndall 1962 3AVictoria Beach 1959 2AVirden 1889 4AWarren 1924 3AWaskada 1901 2AWawanesa 1896 4AWhiteshell 1959 3AWillow Park 1950 4AWinkler 1937 4AWinnipeg Beach 1941 4A14 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


2009-2010 Winnipeg Affiliated ClubsYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICEAssiniboine 1929 8AMemorialCharleswood 1946 5ADeer Lodge 1919 6AElmwood 1911 5AFort Garry 1927 6AFort Rouge 1915 6AYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICEGrain Exchange 1928 6AGranite 1888 9AHeather 1915 8AMaple Leaf 1946 6APembina 1947 6ARossmere 1959 6ASt. Vital 1937 6AYEAR OF SHEETSCLUB AFFILIATION OF ICEThistle 1888 5AVictoria 1920 5AWest Kildonan 1919 5AWest St. Paul 1965 4AWildewood 1962 6A2009-2010Honourary MembersAssociate Members Bemidji, MINN., (1989)<strong>Manitoba</strong> Firefighters <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>MTS Employees Provincial <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong><strong>Manitoba</strong> Deaf <strong>Curling</strong><strong>Manitoba</strong> Postal <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>Keystone Rainbow <strong>Curling</strong> LeagueThe Aboriginal <strong>Curling</strong> League of Winnipeg<strong>Manitoba</strong> WheelchairLakes C.C., Detroit Lakes, MINN.Minot, N.D, (1993)St. Paul, MINN., (1901)Chaplainswww.Curlmanitoba.org 15


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Benefits of AffiliationFor more info on any of the listed benefits please visit our website at curlmanitoba.org or by calling204-925-5723. You can also email mca.executive@curlmanitoba.org.• A voice in the growth of curling in <strong>Manitoba</strong> andCanada• Right to have representation and a vote at theCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> AGM• Right to have a member stand for election toCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Board• Access to bingos• Access to the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Development Fund• Right to host Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> sanctioned bonspiels• Right to host Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> sanctioned ProvincialChampionships• Provincial Championship hosting grants• Opportunity to host and or participate in <strong>Manitoba</strong>Winter Games• Opportunity to participate in Canada Winter Games• Assistance with draws for bonspiels, leagues and playdowns• Access the Provincial Ice Technician• Opportunity to have a facility assessment done byProvincial Ice Technician• Opportunity to host coaching clinics• Opportunity to host instructor clinics• Opportunity to host ice technician courses• Opportunity to host athlete skill development clinics• Opportunity to host summer curling camps• Copies of the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> rule book and rules of thegame• Officials training• Opportunity to provide input into rules and rulechanges• Access to training equipment (manuals, CDs, DVDs)• Awards for 8-enders, outstanding achievements, HLM• Volunteer recognition program• <strong>Curling</strong> supplies - draw sheets, score cards, etc.• Access to Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> mail-outs to promotebonspiels, leagues, programs and services• Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Business of <strong>Curling</strong> seminars• Opportunity to enter competitions• Opportunity to represent your province and country• Curlers are allowed to access high performance centre• Opportunity to advertise and submit articles in thee-newsletter and website• A ‘page’ to promote your club on curlmanitoba.org• Access to on call officials• Access to Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> technical staff• Access to Sport MB grants and scholarships• Athlete assistance• Competition Hosting grants• Clinic Hosting grants• Travel Assistance grants for coaches, officials andathletes• Planning support for sport clubs and community sportorganizations• Introduction of a new sport to a community• Bingo grants• Sport Special Initiatives grant• Women in Sport grants• Assistance in filling out grants, etc.• Access to MB <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation programs andservices• Referrals to your club by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> office• Assistance with club development• Access to CCA Benefits• Access to Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> equipment• Annual sport awards and scholarships• Hall of Fame nominations• Grants for disadvantaged children to participatethrough KidSport• Access to a tax number and receipts for approvedprojects through the National Sport Trust Fund• Promotion of the sport of curling• Coordination of school clinics• Opportunity to participate in group fundraisingprojectsMaking <strong>Curling</strong> Strongeras a member facility of the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>, your club is helping to strengthen curling within <strong>Manitoba</strong> andCanada. Your affiliation fees go to supporting coaches’ development, officials’ development and athletedevelopment. Your support helps allow Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> to provide the many programs and services it does toclubs and curlers. This filters back down into your individual clubs through improved skills, and knowledge. Inaddition, important recognition and support is provided for your volunteers to assist them with running yourclub. Combined, these help provide for the future of the sport and your club. Your affiliation fees to the CCAallow your club to access programs and services offered by the CCA. For more information regarding CCAaffiliation fees, programs and services please visit www.curling.ca.www.Curlmanitoba.org 17


Sign up for Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>’se-newsletter(and also Facebook and Twitter!)Be the first to know with regular news,event and seminar notices, along withlimited special promotions from selectedadvertisers and sponsors.Visitcurlmanitoba.org/newsletter andsign up today!18 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Donations of curling artifactsor contributions accepted by theCurl <strong>Manitoba</strong> Office at (204) 925-5723Induction Dinner -May 1st, 2011Tickets $60.00Location:Canad Inns - Polo Park1405 St. Matthews Avenuewww.Curlmanitoba.org 19


MESSAGE FROM THE MANITOBACURLING HALL-OF-famE AND MUSEUMOn behalf of the Executive and Directors of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong>Hall-of-Fame and Museum, I would like to extend greetings andwelcome for the new season to all curlers and curling fans alike. I wishyou all great success and sportsmanship during the 2010-11season.The <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame is pleased to be able to honourcurlers, builders, curler/builders and teams at our Annual Induction Dinnerand to honour them at special events via displays and exhibits.I would like to thank Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> for their continued support and alsoto our founding members and all volunteers for the many hours given insupport of our great sport. This year’s Annual Induction Dinner will be heldon Sunday, May 1, 2011 at the Canad Inns Polo Park location. Hope to seeyou all there. It is always a wonderful and fun event.Diane MacIverPresident<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame and MuseumBoard of Directors 2010-2011Diane MacIver......................................................PresidentFred Sutton.................................................. Past-PresidentBob McNaughton................. Vice-President/Selection ChairSylvia Erickson.....................................................SecretaryGarry DeBlonde....................................................TreasurerHeather Helston..................................................... CuratorAdele Helston..............................................Banquet ChairNicolle Brockie...............Publicity Chair/Auction CommitteeBob McNaughton..................................Selection ChairBob Gould..............................................Auction ChairNadia Hanesiak................................. Banquet Co-chairRussell Hinds............................... Selection CommitteeJoan Halowski.............................. Publicity Committee/Auction CommitteeAllan Neyedly................................. Auction CommitteeWendell Keeler................................ Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Rep.20 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


2010 inducteesinto the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame and MuseumVeteran – Builder - J.W. DeCouroy O’Grady• Great builder of <strong>Manitoba</strong> history• Legacy endures in form of O’GradyChallenge Cup• MCA President 1907-08• MCA Patron 1909-10• MCA President 1910-11Veteran – Builder - Marian Rowlands• Affiliated with Granite C.C.• Led group to form Ladies <strong>Curling</strong><strong>Association</strong> in 1924 and waselected President. The M.L.C.A.was then formally organized with8 affiliated clubs.• Honourary Life Member of theCanadian <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>.Builder - Georgina AndersonCurler - Debbie Jones-Walker• Countless hours as curling volunteer• 10 years on MLCA Board• 1st President amalgamated MCAorganization• 2003-2008 C.C.A. Board Member• Honorary Life Member of MCA(2002)• 12 Provincial Women’s appearances• 4 Provincial Mixed appearances• Provincial Women’s Champion(1977, 1999, 2000)• Provincial Mixed Champion 1977• Canadian Mixed Champion 1977• Canadian & World Women’sChampion as 5th on ConnieLaliberte team 1984Builder - Rick Mutton• 10 years on MCA Council• MCA President 2002• Brier volunteer 1998 & 2008• MB <strong>Curling</strong> Hall-of-Fame SelectionChairman 2002-2007• Compiled comprehensive records ofMB curling champions• Compiled many hours of research• Honourary Life Member of MCA(1987)Curler - Barb Enright• 4 Provincial Junior Women’sappearances• 15 Provincial Women’s appearances• 3 Provincial Mixed appearances• Provincial Junior Women’sChampion 1984• Provincial Women’s Champion(1986, 2003)• Canadian Junior Women’sChampion 1984Team – 1956-57 Lily Clark TeamTeam – 1999 Jeff Stoughton TeamPortage La Prairie <strong>Curling</strong> Club: Lily Clark - Skip, Vic Painter -Third, Helen Wishard -Second, Diane Kitson - Lead• <strong>Manitoba</strong> Ladies Champions (1956, 1957)• 7 MLCA Bonspiel Trophy winsCharleswood <strong>Curling</strong> Club: Jeff Stoughton - Skip, Jon Mead - Third, GarryVan Den Berghe - Second, Doug Armstrong - Lead• 1999 Provincial Men’s Champion• 1999 Canadian Men’s Champions• 1999 World Men’s silver medalists• 2000 Provincial Men’s Championswww.Curlmanitoba.org 21


<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation Inc.Congratulations toCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong>on their organization and promotion of the gameof <strong>Curling</strong> throughout the Province of <strong>Manitoba</strong>.Compliments of<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation Inc.Congratulations to the 2010$1,000.00 Scholarship Recipients:Daniel Birchard – WinnipegSelena Kaatz – BeausejourJanelle Vachon – Oak LakeHeather Maxted - WinnipegCongratulations to the 2010$250.00 Sport Award Recipients:Jenna Johnstone – CarberryAlyssa Moon – Portage la PrairieKayla Hanke – NeepawaHeather Maxted – WinnipegJanelle Vachon – Oak LakeMorgan McDonnell – GypsumvilleJacqueline DeBlonde – Swan LakeBrenden Alm – DauphinConnor Njegovan – WinnipegJason Manns – AustinLynsey Rogoski – BeausejourRyan Hnatyshyn – BeausejourSelena Kaatz – Beausejour22 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Message from the<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> FoundationIt is my pleasure to extend best wishes on behalf of the <strong>Manitoba</strong><strong>Curling</strong> Foundation Board of Directors to all <strong>Manitoba</strong> curlers.Hopefully you will have a successful and enjoyable year curling.The mandate of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation is to promote curlingthroughout the province of <strong>Manitoba</strong>. We continue to assist Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>with funding for their development programs, provide financial assistancewith curling clinics and award grants to curling clubs who host provincialevents.Annually the Foundation awards four $1,000 scholarships and up to14 $250 Sport Awards to worthy junior curlers. These awards are given toactive junior curlers who are continuing on with their education and havegiven some volunteer time to their school, curling club and community. We have been receiving applicationsevery year but we would encourage more individuals to submit applications. Information is available on theCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> website. There is a deadline so please make sure your application is in on time.We are always looking for volunteers for this board every year. If you are interested in serving on theboard please contact the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> office or any of the board members listed below. The FoundationBoard meets six or seven times each season so it is not a huge commitment to be a director.I wish each and everyone good luck in the upcoming curling season and remember. Have fun!Audrey HoggPresident, <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> FoundationBOARD OF DIRECTORS 2010-2011Audrey Hogg ............................................PresidentJack Callum.......................................Vice PresidentRose Neufeld............................................ SecretaryRobert Kirkland......................................... TreasurerBill Biehl............................. Curl MB RepresentativeDarrell Winters............................................DirectorRita VandeVyvere........................................DirectorJo-Anne Inglis.............................................Directorwww.Curlmanitoba.org 23


Honourary Life Members <strong>Association</strong>Campbell CupFor competition at the Life Member’s Bonspiel which was held on Friday,October 15, 2010.The Campbell Cup was presented by the late Malcolm Campbell of Winnipegfor annual competition between Honorary Life Members of the <strong>Manitoba</strong><strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> or Honorary Life Members of sister associations.Four suitable first and second place prizes will be presented by Labatt’s<strong>Manitoba</strong> Brewery.The luncheon and Annual Meeting commenced at 12:30 pm at theAssiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club, with the bonspiel immediately following.The Annual Dinner was also held at the Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club with the reception at 4:30 pmand dinner at 5:30 pm the same day.Officers 2010-2011 seasonPresident............................................................... Lorne Kingyens - CFB <strong>Curling</strong> ClubVice President....................................................... Nancy Rummery - Deer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> ClubHon. Secretary/ Treasurer....................................... Rick Mutton474 Woodydell Ave.. Winnipeg, MB R2M 4N5Member – Deer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> ClubExecutive.............................................Judy BrownExecutive.......................................... Ralph BagleyExecutive.................................................Ina LightExecutive...........................................John Helston24 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


New Honourary Life MembersJean GarbolinskyJean has been a member of the Minnedosa <strong>Curling</strong> Club since the moveto that community in 1975. She has held numerous executive positionsin the club and has been their treasurer since 2002. Jean was awarded theMinnedosa Outstanding Dedication to Sport and Recreation Award in 2006.She has chaired a number of zone, berth bonspiel and provincial events held inMinnedosa. Jean has also volunteered as an official at provincial, national andworld levels of curling over the years. From 1989 to 1997 she assisted in theorganization and running of the Little Rock Junior <strong>Curling</strong> program in Minnedosa.As a Level 2 instructor she assists in curling clinics throughout the Westman area.She has coached numerous Minnedosa junior boys and girls teams over the past 15 years and is currentlyworking with a young junior girls team that represented Westman region at the Winter Games in Portage laPrairie this spring. In 2003, Jean was elected to the MCA Board of Directors and in 2004 was elected to a5-year term on the Management Board of the MCA. She has been chair of the Development Fund for the pasttwo years.Volunteering at different levels of the sport has been a rewarding experience with the opportunity to meetsome wonderful people all over the province. Jean is very pleased to be recognized as an Honourary LifeMember of Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.Lorne GregorashDuring the mid-1960’s to early 1970’s, Lorne was the President of theBrandon Regional Police <strong>Curling</strong> Championships. This involved BrandonCity Police and RCMP detachments in the area. In the late 1960’s he was Presidentof the Host Committee for the Canadian Police <strong>Curling</strong> Championships. Between1984 and 1988, he was the Provincial Director for police curling. This involvedmeetings to get sponsors and improving the championships.In mid-1970’s Lorne was President of the world’s largest summer cash bonspiel,which was held for two years during the Summer Fair in Brandon. Competitorswere former world, national or provincial champions. The Paul Gowsell team(World Junior champions) won the $10,000 prize the first year. The bonspiel sponsors also paid for Sweden’sRagnar Kamp to attend.In the 1990’s and 2000’s, Lorne was the Chairman of Security and Ushers for three Briers and twoWorld Championships, with approximately 300 volunteers. This involved traveling to the Brier and WorldChampionship in the prior years to promote the Winnipeg Briers in 1998 and 2008. He subsequently served asa consultant for other championship committees.He was in charge of the World <strong>Curling</strong> Tour events held in Winnipeg in 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009. In2008, he assisted the Grand Forks World Championships.He is President of the Canadian Forces Mixed <strong>Curling</strong> League and presently sits on the Assiniboine <strong>Curling</strong>Club Board, representing men’s Senior and Masters curling leagues.www.Curlmanitoba.org 25


New Honourary Life MembersRose NeufeldRose started curling at the Valour Road <strong>Curling</strong> Club in the early 1980’safter she moved to Winnipeg. She served on the Business Women’sExecutive for many years and was Co-chair of the Junior Women’s ProvincialChampionship held there. In 1986, she joined the Board of Directors at theValour Road <strong>Curling</strong> Club and in 1997, was elected the first female Presidentof the Valour. She has the distinction of being awarded the final Honourary LifeMembership as a member of the Valour Road <strong>Curling</strong> Club.Rose’s association with the MCA started in the mid-1980’s when she enrolled inthe officiating program. She has been either Head Official or Supervising Official atmany MCA events. She has recently officiated at national events for the CCA. She can be found umpiring in acurling club almost every weekend during the season.Rose joined the Board of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> in 2000. She was elected to ManagementCommittee in 2005, as Vice-President in 2007 and President in 2008. During this time she has been involvedas liaison to almost every championship and has particularly enjoyed the junior events. She chaired theChampionship Review Committee in 2008-09.Rose has been on the Board of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Hall of Fame and Museum and is currently theSecretary of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Foundation.Rose is extremely honoured to have been awarded a Life Membership in Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> and will continue tobe actively involved in the great game of curling.Kwik Kopy Design & Print Centre940 Elgin AvenuePh. 772-5945 Fx. 772-2622printing@kwikkopywinnipeg.comwww.kwikkopywinnipeg.com26 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


New Honourary Life MembersDavid PeturssonDave curled at the Charleswood <strong>Curling</strong> Club from age 11 until he finishedUniversity and moved to Calgary. There he got involved in the technicalprograms of the CCA and was an active curling instructor. Dave served with theSouthern Albert <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> including a term as President. He becameProvincial Technical Coordinator and held that post for nine years, stepping downto move back to <strong>Manitoba</strong>. Dave’s passion for officiating began in 1979 whenhe took on a role of organizing officiating for the 1980 Brier, at a time whenofficiating was virtually unknown. This was the first of over 20 Briers that Daveserved either as Head Official or a supervising official.Dave became active in provincial officiating, teaching officiating and technical coaching courses soonafter his return to <strong>Manitoba</strong> in 1993. He has become a fixture at the Safeway Championship acting asHead Official at 16 men’s provincial curling championships. Dave also served provincially as Head Official at<strong>Manitoba</strong> women’s, junior men, junior women and senior women championships. Dave is one of ten certifiedLevel V curling officials in Canada. He has been active nationally and internationally as a curling official,having participated in a senior capacity at 44 national and international championships. This includes serviceas Head Official at the Brier, Canadian Seniors, Canadian Juniors, Canadian Mixed, Canadian Olympic Trials,World Women’s, World Juniors and the Olympics.Dave taught the CCA technical programs for many years. His technical involvement in programs hasincluded service on the CCA’s Technical Development Committee for seven years and on the nationalOfficiating Committee for many years. Dave currently coaches a competitive women’s team and previouslycoached junior men and junior women. He has coached teams at six recent provincial championships.Dave is the recipient of the Sport <strong>Manitoba</strong> Official of the Year award. He was the recipient of the inauguralCCA Official of the Year award in 1998 and was recognized by the CCA in 1994 for contribution to technicaland officiating programs.Dave is honoured to be recognized as an Honourary Life Member by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.Charleswood curling club“Home of Hospitality”1946-20104000 Grant AvenuePh: 832-2333 Fax: 896-5910Canteen/Caterer: 832-0330www.Curlmanitoba.org 27


Susan Galbraith Memorial Sportsmanship AwardThis award is named in memory of Susan Galbraith who had a long time association with junior curling, firstas a parent watching her three son’s advance through the junior ranks, and second, as a member of MLCACouncil from 1997-1999. In May 2000 Susan was elected a member of the Management Committee of thenewly amalgamated <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> but passed away suddenly in August 2000.The winners are selected each year by a vote of all competitors at the Target Junior Men’s and Women’sProvincial Championship.The award is presented to two participating junior athletes for their demonstration oftheir commitment to the Fair-Play Code of ethics during the provincial championships.RECIPIENTS: JUNIOR MEN2001 Tyler Specula Elmwood2002 Reid Carruthers St. Vital2003 Jason Peters BurntwoodCorey Manchuk Pembina2004 Steven Cook SpringfieldJason Gunnlaugson Valour Road2005 David Kraichy WinklerAndrew Hunt Warren2006 Kyle Peters Morden2007 Braden Zawada Springfield2008 Kyle Peters Winnipeg2009 Eric Wasylenko Winnipeg2010 Scott Peterson WinnipegRECIPIENTS: JUNIOR WOMEN2001 Leigh Adams Selkirk2002 Allison Harrigan Shoal Lake2003 Jackie Komyshyn Fort Garry2004 Kaileigh Strath Souris2005 Karen Hodgson Victoria2006 Allison Nimik Victoria2007 Kaileigh Strath Souris2008 Lori Miscavish Thompson2009 Sarah Lund Winnipeg2010 Jenna Johnstone CarberryThe Edna Moffat Spirit of Youth <strong>Curling</strong> ScholarshipEdna Moffat was a Past President and Honourary Life Member ofthe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Ladies <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>. She passed away on April17, 1995. Through a trust fund set up by the family of Edna Moffat,Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> is pleased to make a $1,000 scholarship available to ajunior woman curler in <strong>Manitoba</strong>.Any active junior woman curler entering or currently enrolled inpost-secondary education may apply if affiliated as a junior during theyear of application.An application form is sent out to all affiliated clubs in Septemberas well as being available at the Christmas Bonspiel and juniorprovincial championships. Deadline for receipt of applications is May 1.Additional applications are available from the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> office.The recipient of the 2010 Edna Moffatt Spirit of Youth <strong>Curling</strong>Scholarship is Breanne Meakin of Winnipeg, <strong>Manitoba</strong>.RECIPIENTS:1996 Kerry Maynes Decker1997 Jaclyn Ferris Bowsman1998 Amber Narfason Gimli1999 Sara Careme Stonewall2000 Kari Goodman Benito2001 Corinne Suchy Gimli2002 Samantha Owen Carman2003 Staci Goodman Winnipeg2004 Michelle Wadelius Beausejour2005 Theresa Cannon Winnipeg2006 Sarah Norget Winnipeg2007 Kaileigh Strath Souris2008 Jasmine Bracken Petersfield2009 Ashley Ewasiuk Forrest2010 Breanne Meakin WinnipegAsham Coaching AwardIn 2003 Asham <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies took over sponsorship of the“Coach of the Year” Award formerly sponsored by the 3MCorporation. This award is presented annually at the Junior Men’sand Junior Women’s Championships. All a at each championship areinvited to vote for their peers whom they feel best exemplify highstandards of Sportsmanship and the Coaching Code of Ethics. Onecoach of a Junior Men’s team and one coach of a Junior Women’steam are selected. The recipients of the award in 2010 were ColinGrenkow at the Junior Women’s Championship and Bill Kitching atthe Junior Men’s Championship.Recipients:TargetTargetJunior Men Junior Women2001 Bernie Shaw Len Komyshyn2002 Dennis Bueckert Dennis Adams2003 Hilton Wood Jack Grassie2004 Tom Clasper Jack Grassie2005 Tom Clasper Jim Strath2006 Hilton Wood Calvin Edie2007 Terry McRae Alex Mowat2008 Hilton Wood Len KomyshynJunior Men Junior Women2009 Alex Mowat Eric Montford2010 Bill Kitching Colin Grenkow28 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


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Congratulations to the Recipientsof the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> ClubVolunteer Award 2009-2010<strong>Curling</strong> ClubRecipientAltona <strong>Curling</strong> Club...................................................................... Kim KlassenAssiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club............................................... Archie MullinDeer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> Club.............................................................. Bruce McBethEast St. Paul <strong>Curling</strong> Club............................................................. Darren Oryniak & Jeff DavisGlenboro <strong>Curling</strong> Club.................................................................. Christine MillerKillarney <strong>Curling</strong> Club................................................................... Ron & Rosanne StewartMiami <strong>Curling</strong> Club...................................................................... Blaine RutterSt. Adolphe <strong>Curling</strong> Club.............................................................. Roger BlanchetteSt. Leon <strong>Curling</strong> Club.................................................................... Christopher GrenierSt. Vital <strong>Curling</strong> Club.................................................................... Angela TromboThistle <strong>Curling</strong> Club...................................................................... Don PellowWheat City <strong>Curling</strong> Club............................................................... Dave Shepherd & Shirley BrayWhiteshell <strong>Curling</strong> Club................................................................ Ted KellyCongratulationsVolunteers!30 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


2010-2011 Calendar Of EventsBERTH BONSPIEL’S .Oct - Nov 29 to 1 McDiarmid Lumber Sr. Men’s Bonspiel Winnipeg clubsNovember 8 to 12 Master Men’s Berth Bonspiel Winnipeg clubsNovember 12 to 15 Safeway Southern PortageNovember 12 to 15 Scotties Berth Bonspiel BrandonNovember 26 to 28 Canola Growers of <strong>Manitoba</strong> Junior Men’s Berth Bonspiel BoissevainNovember 26 to 28 Canola Growers of <strong>Manitoba</strong> Junior Women’s Berth Bonspiel St. VitalNovember 26 to 29 Safeway Northern Flin FlonDecember 3 to 5 Senior Women’s Berth Bonspiel GlenboroDecember 3 to 5 Strathcona Senior Men’s Berth Bonspiel NeepawaDecember 27 to 30 8 Ender Christmas Junior Spiel Winnipeg clubsDecember 9 to 12 Brandon Men’s Berth Bonspiel BrandonJanuary 7 to 9 MCT Championship MorrisJanuary 10 to12 Master Men’s Berth Bonspiel BrandonJanuary 14 to 16 Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women’s Bonspiel Winnipeg clubsJanuary 20 to 24 MCA Men’s Bonspiel Winnipeg clubsFebruary 4 to 6 Chicken Chef Mixed Berth Bonspiel MordenPLAYdownsNovember 17 to 21 Strathcona Senior Men’s Zones <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsNovember 19 to 21 Senior Women’s Regionals <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsNovember 23 to 26 Master Men’s Zones <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsDecember 9 to 12 MB Canola Growers Junior Women’s Regionals <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsDecember 9 to 12 MB Canola Growers Junior Men’s Regionals <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsDecember 9 to 12 Scotties Zones Winnipeg clubsDecember 14 to 19 Safeway Championship Winnipeg Zones Winnipeg clubsDecember 17 to 19 Safeway Championship Rural Zones <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsMarch 3 to 6 Mixed Winnipeg Zones Winnipeg clubsMarch 3 to 6 Mixed Rural Zones <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsMarch 25 to 27 Dominions Club Regional Playdowns <strong>Manitoba</strong> clubsPROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPSDecember 10 to 13 Master Women’s CarmanJanuary 6 to 10 MB Canola Growers Junior Women’s Championship VictoriaJanuary 6 to 10 MB Canola Growers Junior Men’s Championship GimliJanuary 26 to 30 Scotties Tournament of Hearts AltonaFebruary 9 to 13 Safeway Championship BeausejourFebruary 24 to 27 Senior Women’s HeatherFebruary 24 to 28 Strathcona Senior Men’s HeatherMarch 3 to 5 MHSAA DauphinMarch 10 to 14 Master Men’s KillarneyMarch 24 to 28 Chicken Chef Mixed Swan RiverMarch - Apr 31 to 2 8 Ender Jamboree Winnipeg clubsApril 7 to 10 Dominion Club Championship ElmwoodNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPSNovember 13 to 20 Canadian Mixed Morris, MBNovember 23 to 28 Dominion Club Championship Charlottetown, PEIJan - Feb 29 to 5 M & M Junior Championship Calgary, ABFebruary 19 to 27 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Charlottetown, PEIMarch 5 to 13 Tim Hortons Brier London, ONMarch 9 to 13 CIS (University) Championship St.John’s, NLMarch 19 to 26 Canadian Senior Men’s & Women’s Digby, NSMarch 20 to 26 Canadian Wheelchair Nationals TBAMar - April 30 to 5 Canadian Open Masters <strong>Manitoba</strong>OTHER EVENTSNov - Dec 30 to 5 Canada Cup Medicine Hat, ABDecember 27 to 30 8 Ender Youth Xmas Spiel Winnipeg clubsJanuary 13 to 16 Continental Cup St. Albert, ABFebruary 11 to 27 Canada Games Halifax, NSMarch 30 to 2 8 Ender Youth Spring Jamboree Winnipeg clubsWORLD CHAMPIONSHIPSJan - Feb 27 to 6 University Erzurum, TurkeyMarch 5 to 13 Junior Men’s & Women’s Perth, ScotlandMarch 19 to 27 Women’s Esbjerg, DenmarkApril 2 to 10 Men’s Regina, SKApril 15 to 24 Mixed Doubles St. Paul, USAApril 15 to 24 Seniors St. Paul, USAFeb - Mar 22 to 1 Wheelchair Prague, Czech Republicwww.Curlmanitoba.org 31


MorrishostssuccessfulCanadian Mixedt was a big challenge for asmall community – host aCanadian curling championship anddo it in a way which would reflectwell on both the community and theCanadian <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>.Post-event assessments of theNovember 13-20, 2010 event byplayers, CCA representatives andcommittee volunteers suggest Morrismet the challenge of demonstratingthe ability of a small rural communityto host events usually played inmuch larger centres. As a result, it isexpected many smaller communitieswill have future opportunities to hostchampionship events.With a population in the range of1,600 people, Morris is acknowledgedas the smallest community to ever hosta Canadian curling championship.Excellent ice conditions provided byIce Tech Allan Gitzel, the facilities ofthe Southern <strong>Manitoba</strong> ConventionCentre, and the energy and imagination of 160 Morris and area volunteers supplemented by a handful ofWinnipeg volunteers who helped with stats combined to create a memorable event for both competitors andcurling fans.The support of numerous sponsors including the DEKALB SuperSpiel’s sponsor group was a key to thesuccess. The sponsorship support made a complete entertainment program possible. It also allowed thecommittee to undertake programs such as a school program in which every class up to Grade 8 at MorrisSchool attended the event to cheer for and meet the players from the team assigned to their class.In another successful community outreach program for the curling club, the proceeds from a Friday nightChampionship Social were shared with the local daycare which is in the process of a fund-raising to constructa new playground.I32 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Silver for <strong>Manitoba</strong>, gold FOR PEIPrince Edward Islander RobertCampbell has been to a pair ofCanadian Mixed Championships, bothof them in <strong>Manitoba</strong>.In 1989, he won a gold medal whenhe beat <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Jeff Stoughton inthe championship game.In November 2010, Campbellreturned to <strong>Manitoba</strong> for only hissecond appearance at a CanadianMixed Championship. Again, heplayed <strong>Manitoba</strong> in the final andagain he went home with thechampionship gold medal.Campbell, Rebecca Jean MacPhee,Robbie Doherty, and Jackie Reiddefeated Terry McNamee and his Hamiota team 4-3 in the final. McNamee and his <strong>Manitoba</strong>ns manufactureda steal of one on the ninth end to tie 3-3 and come home without the hammer.With his first rock on that home end, McNamee rubbed a guard attempting a draw to the four footbehind centre cover. Campbell made the shot perfectly, stopping on the centre line full in the four foot circle.McNamee’s only shot was a difficult double raise takeout which missed, giving Prince Edward Island thechampionship without throwing the final stone.For McNamee, it meant a silver medal to go with two previous bronze medals. For third Lana Hunter, itmeant a silver medal to go with one previous bronze medal. For second Allan Lawn and lead Lisa Blixhavn,who played the event in place of Tanya Enns, it was a first Canadian championship medal.In round-robin play, Campbell (PEI) finished 10-1 with his only loss coming at the hands of <strong>Manitoba</strong>. TwotimeCanadian Mixed Champion Paul Flemming (Nova Scotia) finished second at 9-2. Chris Gardner (Ontario),Charlie Sullivan (New Brunswick) , and McNamee finished in third at 7-4.McNamee survived the tiebreaker round and defeated Flemming 8-3 in the semi-final.www.Curlmanitoba.org 33


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Junior Men’s ChampionshipDEER LODGE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Alex Forrest, Joey Witherspoon, Connor Njegovan, Mike Neufeld, Tom Clasper - CoachFinalists: Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club - Michael Johnson, Brian Thomson, Danial Gagne,Derek Blanchard, Jimmy Seekings, Greg Blanchard – CoachCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> provided the winners of Provincial Championship with <strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests, provincialjackets, and shirts. The winning team also received a banner to be hung in their home club. Thewinners and finalists received individual plaques provided by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.The winner of The Junior Men’s Championship will represent the province at the M&M Meat Shop JuniorMen’s and Women’s Championship, emblematic of the Canadian Junior Men’s <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.In 2009-2010, the Championship was hosted by the Deer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> Club. The Alex Forrest team fromthe Deer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Michael Johnson team from the Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club,to win the Junior Men’s title. At the M&M Canadian Junior Championships the Forrest team finished with arecord of 10 – 2 to clinch first place in the round robin and a bye to the final. They played Ontario in the finaland were edged out by a score of 8-7.The 2010-2011 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Canola Growers Juniors will be hosted by the Gimli <strong>Curling</strong> Club from January6-10, 2011. The M&M Meat Shop Junior Men’s and Women’s Canadian Championship will be held in Calgary,Alberta from January 29-February 5, 2011. The World Junior Championship will be held in Perth, Scotland, onMarch 5-13, 2011.www.Curlmanitoba.org 37


Junior Women's ChampionshipST. VITAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Breanne Meakin, Briane Meilleur, Mariah Mondor, Krysten Karwacki, Rob Meakin - CoachFinalists: Victoria <strong>Curling</strong> Club - Kate Cameron, Nicole Sigvaldason, Sheyna Andries, Kelsey Hinds,Megan Sigvaldason, Russell Hinds - CoachCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> provides the winners of the Provincial Championship with the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests,provincial jackets and shirts. The winner and finalist also received individual plaques. The winning teamalso receives a banner to be hung in their home club.The winner of The Junior Women’s Championship will represent the province at the M&M Meat ShopJunior Championship, emblematic of the Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.In 2009-2010, the championship was hosted by the Charleswood <strong>Curling</strong> Club. The Junior Women’schampion was the Breanne Meakin team from the St. Vital <strong>Curling</strong> Club who defeated Kate Cameron of theVictoria <strong>Curling</strong> Club in the final. At the M&M Meat Shop Junior Canadian Championships the Meakin teamfinished the round robin with a record of 6 and 6.The 2010-2011 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Canola Growers Junior Women’s Provincial will be hosted by the Victoria <strong>Curling</strong>Club from January 6-10, 2011. The M&M Meat Shop Junior Men’s and Women’s Canadian Championship willbe held in Calgary, Alberta from January 29-February 5, 2011. The World Junior <strong>Curling</strong> Championship will beheld in Perth, Scotland, from March 5-13, 2011.38 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Safeway ChampionshipCharleswood <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) John Graham – Sponsor, Canada Safeway, Jeff Stoughton, Kevin Park, Rob Fowler, Steve Gould,Norm Gould – Coach, Jim Strath – Safeway Championship LiaisonFinalists: Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club - Mike McEwen, B.J. Neufeld, Matt Wozniak,Denni Neufeld, Chris Neufeld - CoachCanada Safeway Limited is proud to be the title sponsor of the Safeway Championship of ProvincialMen’s <strong>Curling</strong>. Safeway’s involvement in curling dates back to 1991 when they were the title sponsorof the 1991 Safeway World <strong>Curling</strong> Championships played in Winnipeg.The 2009-2010 season marked the 16th year that Canada Safeway has been the title sponsor of theProvincial Men’s <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.Canada Safeway presents the winning team with keeper trophies, championship rings and a Safeway TeamSponsorship package. They also present the winners with a championship banner to be hung in the winner’shome club. Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> presents the winners with the coveted purple hearts as well as the <strong>Manitoba</strong>Buffalo crests and provincial jackets and shirts.The winner of the Safeway Championship Trophy (<strong>Manitoba</strong>) will represent the province at the Tim HortonBrier, emblematic of the Canadian Men’s <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.Last years championship was played at the T.G. Smith Center in Steinbach, <strong>Manitoba</strong> where the JeffStoughton team from the Charleswood <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Mike McEwen team from the AssiniboineMemorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club in the final. The Stoughton team went on to Halifax, where they finished with a recordof 7 and 4 which was just short of the playoffs.The 2010-2011 Safeway Championship will be played at the Sungro Center in Beausejour, <strong>Manitoba</strong> fromFebruary 9-13, 2011. The Brier will be held in London, Ontario from March 5-13, 2011.www.Curlmanitoba.org 39


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2010 Safeway Championship All-stars(L-R) Clayton Dreger – Golden West Radio, Denni Neufeld (Assiniboine Memorial), Matt Wozniak (AssiniboineMemorial), B.J. Neufeld (Assiniboine Memorial), Jeff Stoughton (Charleswood), Jim Strath – Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>Safeway Championship LiaisonStewart Trophies & Engraving Ltd. are pleased to sponsor the Safeway Championship All-Star Awards. Eachyear at the Safeway Championship, the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Media <strong>Association</strong> selects an All-Star team fromamong the 32 participating teams. Those selected will receive plaques donated by Stewart Trophies.STEWART TROPHIES ALL-STAR AWARDS PREVIOUS WINNERSYEAR SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD1997...............Kerry Burtnyk................................. Andy Stewart..................................Rob Meakin....................................Keith Fenton1998...............Dale Duguid................................... Jeff Ryan.........................................Mark Taylor.....................................Keith Fenton1999...............Jeff Stoughton................................ Peter Nicholls.................................Dean Dunstone...............................Doug Armstrong2000...............Murray Warren............................... Dave Smith.....................................Dale Michie.....................................Steve Gould2001...............Kerry Burtnyk................................. Dean Moxham...............................Chris Neufeld..................................Rick Blight2002...............Mark Lukowich.............................. Chris Suchy.....................................Kelly Tibble......................................A.J. Girardin2003...............John Bubbs.................................... Ross Derksen..................................Ross McFadyen...............................Dan Kelsch2004...............Brent Scales................................... Jon Mead.......................................Garry Van Den Berghe....................Steve Gould2005...............Randy Dutiaume............................ Kyle Werenich.................................Rob Fowler.....................................Cory Naharnie2006...............Jeff Stoughton................................ Jason Gunnlaugson........................Bryan Galbraith...............................Steve Gould2007...............Jeff Stoughton................................ Jason Gunnlaugson........................Rob Fowler.....................................Steve Gould2008...............David Bohn.................................... Dan Kammerlock............................Richard Daneault............................Keith Fenton2009...............Reid Carruthers.............................. Kevin Park......................................Rob Fowler ....................................Denni Neufeld2010...............Jeff Stoughton................................ B.J. Neufeld....................................Matt Wozniak.................................Denni Neufeldwww.Curlmanitoba.org 41


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Scotties Tournament of HeartsWomen's ChampionshipPresented byMonsanto Canada Inc.DEER LODGE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Jim Strath – President, Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>, Jill Thurston, Kristen Phillips, Leslie Wilson, Raunora Westcott,Ron Westcott – Coach, Rynie Nachtigall - Kruger ProductsFinalists: Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club - Janet Harvey, Cherie-Ann Loder, Kristin Loder, Carey Kirby,Janice Blair, Karl Loder - CoachThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Ladies <strong>Curling</strong> Championship is presented byMonsanto along with the title sponsor Kruger Products. Kruger Products sponsorship of ladies curlingat the provincial and national levels in Canada dates back to 1982.The 2009-2010 season was the 29th year as title sponsor of the Provincial Ladies <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.Kruger Products presents to the winning team, gold pendants and the runner up with silver pendants. Theywill add a diamond to this pendant for every additional trip an individual makes to the Canadian ScottiesTournament of Hearts. They also provide on ice apparel to each participating provincial winner. The team isalso provided a banner to hang in their home club as a reminder of their championship.The winner of the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Scotties Tournament of Hearts will represent the province at the NationalScotties Tournament of Hearts, emblematic of the Canadian Ladies <strong>Curling</strong> Championship.The 2009-2010 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Scotties Tournament of Hearts was hosted by the Shamrock Centre in Killarney,<strong>Manitoba</strong> from January 6-10, 2010. The Jill Thurston team from the Deer Lodge <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated theJanet Harvey team from the Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club in the final. The Thurston team played at theNational Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where they finished with a record of 7and 4. Team Thurston had to play Ontario in a tie-breaker to determine third place. They lost to Ontario with ascore of 10-3 and out of the playoffs.Team Canada finished the round robin with a record of 8 and 3 to secure second place and a game againstPEI in the 1 versus 2 game. They defeated PEI 8-5 in the 1 versus 2 game which gave them a bye to the final.PEI clawed their way back to the final by defeating Ontario 10-6 in the semi-final. Team Canada defeated PEIin an exciting final by a score of 8-7.The 2010-2011 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Scotties Tournament of Hearts presented by Monsanto will be played inAltona, <strong>Manitoba</strong> from January 26-30, 2011. The National Scotties Tournament of Hearts will be held inCharlottetown, PEI from February 19 -27, 2011.www.Curlmanitoba.org 43


The 2010 Scotties Tournamentof Hearts All-Star Awards(L-R) Jean Garbolinsky – Curl <strong>Manitoba</strong> Liaison Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Carey Kirby (AssiniboineMemorial), Leslie Wilson (Deer Lodge), Colleen Kilgallen (East St. Paul), Janet Harvey (Assiniboine Memorial),Ed Tait - Winnipeg Free PressStewart Trophies & Engraving Ltd. are pleased to sponsor The Scotties Tournament of Hearts All-StarAwards. At The Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Championship presented by MonsantoCanada, the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Media <strong>Association</strong> selects an All-Star team from among the 16 participatingteams. Those selected receive plaques donated by Stewart Trophies.SCOTTies TOURNAMENT OF HEARTS ALL-STAR AWARDS WINNERSYEAR SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD2001...............Jennifer Jones................................ Jill Thurston....................................Lynn Fallis-Kurz...............................Alison Harvey2002...............Linda VanDaele.............................. Karen Porritt...................................Jill Officer........................................Lana Watson2003...............Barb Spencer................................. Janet Harvey...................................Lynn Fallis-Kurz...............................Alison Harvey2004...............Lois Fowler..................................... Darcy Robertson.............................Maureen Bonar...............................Pam Kolton2005...............Kristy Jenion................................... Tasha Hunter .................................Maureen Bonar...............................Cathy Gauthier2006...............Janet Harvey.................................. Jill Thurston....................................Susan Baleja...................................Raunora Westcott2007...............Darcy Robertson............................ Karen Klein.....................................Rhonda Ritchie...............................Tammy Mowat2008...............Terry Ursel...................................... Kristen Williamson..........................Jill Officer........................................Dawn Askin2009...............Kristy Jenion................................... Janice Blair.....................................Brette Richards............................... Lindsay Titheridge2010...............Janet Harvey.................................. Colleen Kilgallen............................Leslie Wilson...................................Carey Kirby44 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Meyers Norris Penny Mixed ChampionshipHAMIOTA CURLING CLUB(L-R) Terry McNamee, Lana Hunter, Allan Lawn, Tanya EnnsFinalists: Morris – David Hamblin, Kendra Georges, Ryan Thomson, Shannon GilliseMeyers Norris Penny was the title sponsor of the Provincial Mixed <strong>Curling</strong> Championship. MeyersNorris Penny is Western Canada’s leading chartered accountancy and business advisory firm. Withtheir head office in Brandon they also have offices in Dauphin, Deloraine, Killarney, Neepawa, Portage,Virden and Winnipeg.The Championship is held in the spring to declare <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s representative at the following year’sCanadian Mixed Championship.In addition to the Championship trophy the winner and runner-up receive individual plaques. Thewinners also receive the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests, provincial jackets, and shirts. The winner’s club alsoreceives a banner to hang in their club to honour their championsAt the 2010 Canadian Championship held in Burlington, Ontario, the <strong>Manitoba</strong> team skipped byDave Boehmer from the Selkirk <strong>Curling</strong> Club finished with a record of 8 and 3 in the Round Robin whichplaced them in a tiebreaker game against BC for the third playoff spot. They were defeated by BC by ascore of 10-9 and just short of the playoffs.The 2010 Meyers Norris Penny Provincial Mixed Championship was held at the Stonewall <strong>Curling</strong>Club. The Hamiota <strong>Curling</strong> Club’s Terry McNamee team finished the championship with a final gamevictory over the David Hamblin team from the Morris <strong>Curling</strong> Club. The team represented <strong>Manitoba</strong> at theCanadian Mixed Championship in Morris, <strong>Manitoba</strong>, November 13-20, 2010.The 2011 Provincial Chicken Chef Mixed Championship will be played at the Swan River <strong>Curling</strong> Clubfrom March 24-28, 2011.www.Curlmanitoba.org 45


Strathcona Senior Men’s ChampionshipPresented by McDiarmid LumbErBALDUR CURLING CLUB(L-R) Rob Ramage, Shawn McCutcheon, Laurie Stewart, Dave Boutet, Eric Atkins (missing)Finalists: Fort Garry <strong>Curling</strong> Club – Bob Sigurdson, Peter Nicholls, Jeff Davis, Tim FriesenThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Senior Men’s Championship for men 50 years and over is run under the name StrathconaSenior Men’s Championship. In April 1985, the Strathcona <strong>Curling</strong> Club, through its trustees JackCallum, Lyle Henry, and Bruce Hudson, presented trust funds to the MCA to sponsor the Provincial SeniorMen’s <strong>Curling</strong> Championships in perpetuity.The Strathcona Trophy is presented for annual competition commencing with the 1985-86 season and isto recognise the contribution to curling by the Strathcona at the executive and competitive levels nationally,provincially and locally.In addition to the trophy the winner and runner-up receive individual plaques. The winners also receiveBuffalo crests, provincial jackets, and shirts. A banner is also presented to the winning team to hang in theirclub as a reminder of their success.The winner of the Strathcona Senior Men’s Provincial Championship will represent <strong>Manitoba</strong> at theCanadian Senior Men’s Championship.Last year’s provincial championship was played at the Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club, where the Rob Ramage teamfrom the Baldur <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Bob Sigurdson team from the Fort Garry <strong>Curling</strong> Club to claim theSenior Championship. They went on to the Canadian Championship held in Ottawa, ON, where they finishedwith a record of 4 and 7 and out of the playoffs. The final was won by the Mark Johnson team from Alberta.A World Senior Men’s and Women’s Championship was played in Chelyabinsk, Russia, April 16-24, 2010.The 2010-2011 Strathcona Senior Men’s Championship will be played at the Heather <strong>Curling</strong> Club from February24-28, 2011. The Canadian Senior Men’s Championship will be held in Digby, NS from March 19-26, 2011.46 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Senior Women’s ChampionshipBRANDON CURLING CLUB(L-R) Linda Van Daele, Betty Couling, Sharon Shannon, Liliane Fargey, Brian Moffatt - Coach (missing)Finalists: Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club – Lois Fowler, Gwen Wooley, Lori Manning, Lynn Sandercock, JoanRobertson – Fifth, Brian Fowler - CoachThe winner and runner-up receive individual plaques. The winners will receive the Championship Trophy,<strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests, provincial jackets and shirts. The winner’s club also receives a banner to hangin their club to honour their champions.The winner of the Senior Women’s Provincial Championship will represent <strong>Manitoba</strong> at the Canadian SeniorWomen’s Championship.Last years provincial championship was played at the Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club where the Linda Van Daeleteam from the Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Lois Fowler team from the Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club to capturethe Senior Women’s title. They went on to the Canadian Championship held in Ottawa, ON where theyfinished with a record of 5 and 6 and out of the playoffs. The final was won by the Christine Jurgenson teamfrom British Columbia.There was a World Senior Men’s and Women’s Championship that was held in Chelyabinsk, Russia fromApril 16-24, 2010.The 2010-2011 Senior Women’s Championship will be played at the Heather <strong>Curling</strong> Club from February24-27, 2011. The Canadian Senior Women’s Championship will be held in Digby, NS from March 19-26, 2011www.Curlmanitoba.org 47


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<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit UnionsMasters Men’s ChampionshiP<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Men’s Championship(L-R) Ron Westcott, Bob Jenion, Bob Boughey, Gary SmithFinalists: Stonewall <strong>Curling</strong> Club – Ken Allan, Lawrie Hogg, Larry Westherburn, Bill Good, Larry SpecalukThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Masters Provincial Championship is sponsored by <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions. The MastersChampionship for men 60 years and over was established back in 1982. It originally was called theA.A. Alex Williamson Memorial Shield in honour of a good friend of curling and the long time SecretaryTreasurer of the <strong>Association</strong>.In 1997-98, <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions became sponsors for the championship and it was named the<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Provincial Championship.In addition to the trophy the winner and runner-up receive individual plaques. The winners also receive the<strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests, provincial jackets and shirts. The winner’s club also receives a banner to hang in theirclub to honour their championsThe winner of the <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Union Masters Provincial Championship will represent <strong>Manitoba</strong> at theCanadian Open Masters Championship to declare the Canadian champion.Last years championship was played at the Fort Rouge <strong>Curling</strong> Club, where the Ron Westcott team from theFort Rouge <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Lawrie Hogg team from the Stonewall <strong>Curling</strong> Club to claim the Masterschampionship. They went on to the Canadian Open Championship held in Saint John, New Brunswick wherethey finished the round robin with a record of 6 wins and 0 losses in their pool. This gave them a first placefinish and a spot in the 1 versus 2 game against Saskatchewan. They defeated Saskatchewan and clinched aspot in the final. Ontario climbed from a tie-breaker game and through the B-side to play Westcott in the final.Ontario defeated <strong>Manitoba</strong> 5-4 on a last rock to give them the Canadian Open Masters <strong>Curling</strong> title.The 2010-2011<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Championship will be played in Killarney from March 10-14, 2011. The Canadian Open Masters Championship will be held at the Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club inWinnipeg on March 30-April 5, 2011.www.Curlmanitoba.org 49


MANITOBA’S CREDIT UNIONsMASTERS womEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPST. VITAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Ruth Wiebe, Pat Malanchuk, Anne Wright, Elaine JonesFinalists: Heather <strong>Curling</strong> Club - Gwen Smith, Gayle Turner, Donna Coleman, Edith CheckleyThe 1999-2000 season was the first year of this competition and was without a sponsor. In 2001<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Union sponsored the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Diamond Ladies Provincial Championship forwomen 60 years and over. The name was formally changed to <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Women’sChampionship for the 2005-2006 season.In addition to the trophy the winner and finalist receive individual plaques. The winner also receives the<strong>Manitoba</strong> Buffalo crests, provincial jacket and shirts. The winner’s club also receives a banner to hang in theirclub to honour their championsThe winner of the Masters Women’s Provincial Championship will represent <strong>Manitoba</strong> at the CanadianOpen Masters Championship to declare the Canadian champion.The 2010 Championship was played at the St. Vital <strong>Curling</strong> Club where the Elaine Jones team from theSt. Vital <strong>Curling</strong> Club defeated the Karen Toderian team from the Dauphin <strong>Curling</strong> Club to claim the MastersWomen’s Championship. They went on to the Canadian Open Championship held in Saint John, NewBrunswick where they finished with a record of 3 wins and 2 losses in their pool, good enough to secure aspot in the 2 versus 2 game against New Brunswick. They lost that game, eliminating them from the playoffs.The 2010-2011 <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Women’s Championship will be played at the Carman<strong>Curling</strong> Club in Carman, <strong>Manitoba</strong> from December 10-13, 2010. The Canadian Open Masters Championshipwill be held at the Assiniboine Memorial <strong>Curling</strong> Club in Winnipeg, <strong>Manitoba</strong> on March 30 – April 5, 2011.50 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Dominion <strong>Curling</strong> Club championshipThe Dominion <strong>Curling</strong> Club Championship is an annual event for men’s and women’s curlingteams who have won their respective local club championships. Winning teams from the event willbe ‘The Dominion Club Champions’ and will playdown to produce a provincial/territory champion from all10 provinces and three territories, plus a separate entry for Northern Ontario, who will then compete at thenational level. The Dominion <strong>Curling</strong> Club Championship is fully funded by The Dominion. Any profit from this event willbe redirected to the Canadian Paraplegic <strong>Association</strong> (CPA), other charities The Dominion may choose, or todevelopmental curling initiatives in various local communities.The Dominion <strong>Curling</strong> Club Championship gives grass roots curling teams from every corner of the country anopportunity to compete in provincial and national level competition. Club curlers are those who enjoy the sportrecreationally, supporting club leagues on a regular basis from September to April. Now, these teams will have amajor venue to demonstrate their skill against other curling clubs in their province/territory and country. To maintain the spirit of this event, each club participating should ensure that their representation at TheDominion <strong>Curling</strong> Club Championship meets eligibility requirements.Dominion Men’s2010 - Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) - Steve Irwin, Justin Rabe, Cody Rabe, Sheldon Wettig2009 - Carberry <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Rod Waterhouse, Bart Witherspoon, Brent Calvert, Leonard Birchwww.Curlmanitoba.org 51


dominion women’s provincial championship2010 - Brandon <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Stacey Fordyce, Kristy Ritchey, Stacey Irwin, Pam Gouldie2009 - Stonewall <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Jackie Komyshyn, Riki Komyshyn, Amanda Tycholis, Vanessa Chetyrbok52 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


8-Ender Brushes<strong>Manitoba</strong> Youth Provincial<strong>Curling</strong> ChampionshipThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Youth Provincial <strong>Curling</strong> Championship is sponsored by 8-Ender Brushes and is knownas the 8-Ender Brushes <strong>Manitoba</strong> Provincial Youth <strong>Curling</strong> Championships. The championship offersthree competitions, namely a 13 and under open format, 16 and under girls and 16 and under boys. Teamsrepresent their respective Sport Regions. This past year was the eleventh year of this competition.The winners each receive a plaque and embroidered jacket; as well their club receives a banner to hang intheir club.The 2011 8-Ender Provincial Youth <strong>Curling</strong> Championships will be played at various Winnipeg curling clubsduring the Spring Break from March 31 – April 2, 2011.13 and Under OpenPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Corey Gibb, Eastman Region2001 - Justin Groening, Central Region2002 - Kaitlyn Lawes, Winnipeg Region2003 - Matthew Joyal, Eastman Region2004 - Joey Witherspoon, Westman Region2005 - Connor Njegovan, Winnipeg2006 - Connor Njegovan, Winnipeg2007 - Dylan Gousseau, Winnipeg2008 - Curtis Kaatz, Ste. Anne2009 - Chad Corbett, Winnipeg2010 - Kayla Curtis, WinnipegWINNIPEG – ASSINIBOINE MEMORIAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Kayla Curtis, Jordyn McIntyre, Jenna Campbell, Rachel Morris,Ken Curtis - CoachFinalists: WinnipegKyle Thiessen, Ryan Lemoine, Justin Chamberland, David Enns, Rick Lemoine - Coachwww.Curlmanitoba.org 53


16 and Under GirlsPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Alison Nimik, Winnipeg Region2001 - Rhonda Varnes, Winnipeg Region2002 - Mary Jane McKenzie, Winnipeg Region2003 - Kaitlyn Lawes, Winnipeg Region2004 - Teresa Cannon, Winnipeg Region2005 - Kaitlyn Lawes, Winnipeg2006 - Breanne Meakin, Winnipeg2007 - Breanne Meakin, Winnipeg2008 - Kate Cameron, Winnipeg2009 - Briane Meilleur, Winnipeg2010 - Shannon Birchard, WinnipegWINNIPEG – PEMBINA CURLING CLUB(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Shannon Birchard, Heather Maxted, Amy Agnew, Meagan Grenkow,Colin Grenkow - CoachFinalists: interlakeAshley Jahns, Sydney Arnal, Jennifer Klapp, Kristin CHerewyk, Philip Arnal - Coach16 and Under BoysPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Matt Wozniak, Winnipeg Region2001 - David Kraichy, Winnipeg Region2002 - Adam Norget, Winnipeg Region2003 - Kyle Flett, Interlake Region2004 - Ryan Thomson, Central Region2005 - Jim Coleman, Winnipeg2006 - Brian Thomson, Winnipeg2007 - Connor Njegovan, Winnipeg2008 - Dylan Gosseau, Winnipeg2009 - Daniel Birchard, Winnipeg2010 - Cody Watling, WinnipegWINNIPEG – ASSINIBOINE MEMORIAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender, Cody Watling, Connor McIntyre, Corey Derbowka, Jordan Smith, Daniel Wiebe,Jim Watling - CoachFinalists: interlakeMatt Dunstone, Kyle Kurz, Dan Grant, Dustin Storoschuk, Alex Mowat - Coach, Bill Kitching - Coach54 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


MHSAA – Boys High School ChampionshipSturgeon Heights Collegiate, Winnipeg(L-R) Ryan Bruce, Brandon Cohoe-Smart, Daniel Winters, Connor Njegovan,David Libby - Coach (missing)MHSAA – Girls High School ChampionshipMargaret Barbour School, The Pas(L-R) Ashlee Lagimodiere, Kristin Duliak, Emma Snell, Kate Iles, Jesse Iles, Elaine Iles - CoachThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> High Schools Boys and Girls Championship is run under the direction of the <strong>Manitoba</strong>High Schools Athletic <strong>Association</strong> (MHSAA). It is a competition open to high schools within <strong>Manitoba</strong>.There are two categories, one for boys teams and one for girls teams from the various zones.The winning school receives a championship banner and the team members receive <strong>Association</strong> medalsand championship t-shirts.The 2009/2010 championship was played in Morden/Winkler, <strong>Manitoba</strong>.The 2010/2011 championship is to be played in Dauphin, <strong>Manitoba</strong>.www.Curlmanitoba.org 55


2010 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Wheelchair Champions(L-R) Chris Sobkowicz, DennisThiessen, George Horning, ArleneUrsel, Terry Lindell, Rob Lamb –Coach (inset)2010 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Fire Fighters ChampionsBALDUR AND GLENBOROFIRE DEPARTMENTS(L-R) Mike Johnson – Skip, CliffCullen – Third, Rob Gudnason –Second, Jesse Janz – Lead2010 <strong>Manitoba</strong> Postal employee Champions(L-R) Howard Single – Fifth, JohnRobinson – Lead, Jim Erickson, –Second, Dan Malkowich – Third,Gil Maynard – Skip56 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


2010bonspielCHAMPIONS


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Junior Men's BonspielWinnipeg Free Press TrophyPembina <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Daniel Birchard, Kelly Fordyce, Brody Moore, Andrew Peck, Bruce Birchard - CoachFinalist: Stonewall – Sam Good, Taylor McIntyre, Jared Hancox, David Wiebe, Peter Wiebe - CoachSemi-finalist: Stonewall – Jared Kolomaya, Neil Kitching, Daniel Hunt, Dillon Bednarek, Bill Kitching - CoachSemi-finalist: Deer Lodge – Joel Hildebrand, Scott Peterson, Scott Bruce, Graham Wilson, Murray Peterson - CoachThe Winnipeg Free Press Company Limited, publishers of the Winnipeg Free Press, donates a trophy forannual competition. Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>-Junior Men’s Bonspiel. Each team to consist of four boysattending the same school or sponsored by the same curling club who must be a maximum of 20 years of age as of December 31,2010 (born in 1990 or later).2. The school or club winning the trophy shall have custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return. The prizes,however, shall become the property of the members of the respective winning teams.PREVIOUS WINNERS1940 - Norm McKinnon, Kenton1941- Lionel Wood, Kelvin1942 - Les Creed, Oakville1943 - Ron George, Morden1944 - Tom Johnson, Baldur1945 - Herman Arnason, Gimli1946 - Bobby Gibson, Transcona1947 - Bill Ferguson, Transcona1948 - Leo Fregeau, Kenora1949 - Mike Zacharczuk, Arborg1950 - Bob Woods, Carman1951 - Bill Brown, Stony Mountain1952 - Frank Seisling, Birtle1953 - Gene Walker, Gordon Bell1954 - Tom Howat, Flin Flon1955 - Jack Robson, Kenora1956 - Bunny Small, Dauphin1957 - Pete McLeod, Fort Frances1958 - Jack Hellemond, Daniel Mac1959 - Don Pottinger, Brandon1960 - Gary Collins, Pilot Mound1961 - Rick Borland, Kelvin1962 - Brian Gillespie, Portage1963 - Kelly Moss, Kelvin1964 - Jack Grassie, Daniel Mac1965 - George Coles, Dryden1966 - Brian Clapham, Daniel McIntyre1967 - Jim Johnston, St. James1968 - Jim Sampson, Glenboro1969 - Murray Nye, Brandon1970 - Bob Wilson, Minnedosa1971 - Doug Lyons, Virden1972 - Gerry Haight, Killamey1973 - Dale Duguid, Transcona1974 - Mark Olson, John Taylor Collegiate1975 - Mark Olson, John Taylor Collegiate1976 - Mark Olson, Assiniboine Memorial1977 - Brian McDonald, Pembina1978 - Mert Thompsett,Assiniboine Memorial1979 - Norman Krysko, Steinbach Reg.1980 - Doug Riach, Granite1981 - Eric Montford,Assiniboine Memorial1982 - Jeff Stoughton, Wildewood1983 - Ron Gauthier, Heather1984 - Brent Scales, Benito1985 - Marko Hauhia, The Pas1986 - Dean Dunstone, Heather1987 - Sean Nedohin, Charleswood1988 - Sean Nedohin, Charleswood1989 - Daren Sawkey, St. Vital1990 - Chris Galbraith, Rosser1991 - Rob Fowler, Brandon1992 - Chris Galbraith, Fort Rouge1993 - Chris Galbraith, Fort Rouge1994 - Chad Roza, Omaha, Nebraska1995 - Kyle Werenich,Assiniboine Memorial1996 - Kyle Werenich,Assiniboine Memorial1997 - Mike McEwen, Brandon1998 - Trevor Loreth, Lac duBonnet1999 - Daniel Kammerlock,Assiniboine Memorial2000 - Mike McEwen, Brandon2001 - Ryan Bay, Valour Road2002 - Dan Kammerlock,Steinbach2003 - Kevin Hamblin, Pembina2004 - Jim Coleman, Pembina2005 - Adam Norget, Heather2006 - Ryan Thomson, Carman2007 - Travis Bale, Springfield2008 - Jim Coleman, Pembina2009 - Daniel Birchard, Pembina58 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Awards & More TrophyPETERSFIELD CURLNG CLUB(L-R) Tanner Lott, Colton Lott, Curtis Granger, Tyler Envik, Wade Ford (missing), Kathy Janisch - CoachFinalist: Pembina – Riley Smith, Josh Claeys, Trevor Grenkow, Eric Wasylenko, Guy Mao - CoachSemi-finalist: Fort Garry – Jason Slipec, Ryan Orne Zaluski, Daniel Bridgeford, Brendan St. LaurentSemi finalist: Deer Lodge – Daniel Winters, Nicholas Good, Brendan Wilson, Ryan Bruce, Scott Good - CoachAwards & More Trophy presents a trophy to the winning team in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Schools-JuniorMen’s Bonspiel.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners, finalists and semi-finalist teams by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> – Junior Men’s Bonspiel and losing their first game drawn inthe Free Press Event.2. The school or club winning the trophy shall have custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return. The prizes,however, shall become the property of the members of the respective winning teams.PREVIOUS WINNERS1993 - Ryan Norman, Dauphin1994 - Rob Fowler, Brandon1995 - Doug Despins, St. Vital1996 - Jason Wait, Argyle1997 - Trevor Poole, Heather1998 - Mike McEwen, Brandon1999 - Brad Haight, Fort Rouge2000 - Dan Bender, St. Vital2001 - Ryan Coy, Heather2002 - Steve Cannons, Brandon2003 - Cale Dunbar, Brandon2004 - Adam Norget, Heather2005 - Travis Hoare, West Kildonan2006 - Tyler Drews, La Salle2007 - Daniel Birchard, Assiniboine Memorial2008 - Brian Thomson, Assiniboine Memorial2009 - Tanner Lott, Petersfieldwww.Curlmanitoba.org 59


Cec Watt Memorial TroPHYGRAIN EXCHANGE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Alex Mowatt - Presenter, Tyler Denisuik, Ian Campbell, Evan Cunningham, Matt Brown,John Cunningham - CoachFinalist: Granite – Matt Dunstone, Kyle Kurtz, Daniel Grant, Dustin Storoschuk, Wendi Dunstone - CoachSemi-finalist: Miami – Cal Rutter, D.J. Sibbick, Daryl Evans, Justin Twiss, Blaine Rutter - CoachSemi-finalist: Capital <strong>Curling</strong> Club – Erik Jensen, Marcus Tucker, Ryan Tucker, Kyle Kakela, David Jensen – CoachAs of 2006, the Cec Watt Memorial Trophy sponsored this event in the Junior Men’s Christmas Bonspiel.Cec Watt was a legendary booster of junior curling. He curled in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Schools (junior)Bonspiel in his youth, and later guided its operation and administration. He co-ordinated the group thatsponsored the Dan Davidson Trophy for 36 years. This trophy will serve to perpetuate his memory and serviceto curling. Cec Watt died on September 15, 2006.In support of the Cec Watt Memorial Trophy, a group of gentlemen also donate individual prizes in thiscompetition for the winners, second place and semi-finalist teams. Four individual plaques are presented tothe winners by the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1 . This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>‐Junior Men’s Bonspiel and losing their second game drawnin the Free Press Event or their first game drawn in the Awards & More Event.2. The school or club winning the trophy shall have custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return. The prizes,however, shall become the property of the members of the respective winning teams.PREVIOUS WINNERS2006 - Barret Procyshyn, Glenora2007 - Braiden Watling, Alonsa2008 - Jesse McCullough, West Kildonan2009 - Tyler Denisuik, Grain Exchange60 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>Junior Women's Bonspiel8-Ender TrophyST. VITAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Breanne Meakin, Briane Meilleur, Mariah Mondor, Krysten Karwacki, Rob Meakin - CoachFinalist: Pembina – Shannon Birchard, Heather Maxted, Kelsey Resler, Meagan Grenkow,Colin Grenkow - CoachSemi-finalist: Victoria – Kate Cameron, Nicole Sigvaldason, Sheyna Andries, Kelsey Hinds, Russ Hinds - CoachSemi-finalist: Ste. Anne – Alyssa Vandepoele, Selena Kaatz, Kristin MacCuish, Lindsay Baldock,Greg Maywood - CoachPREVIOUS WINNERS1984 - Jennifer Barabash, Benito1985 - Shauna Manko, Lord Selkirk Regional1986 - Karen Purdy, Assin. Memorial1987 - Kristen Kuruluk, Fort Rouge1988 - Nancy Malanchuk, Fort Rouge1989 - Nancy Malanchuk, Fort Rouge1990 - Nancy Malanchuk, Fort Rouge1991 - Tracy Konzelman, Assin. Memorial1992 - Karen Klein, Tyndall1993 - Jennifer Jones, St. Vital1994 - Kelly MacKenzie, Deer Lodge1995 - Kelly MacKenzie, Deer Lodge1996 - Krista Novotny, St. Vital1997 - Sheryl Gauthier, Fort Rouge1998 - Ainsley Gunnlaugson, Valour Road1999 - Ainsley Gunnlaugson, Valour Road2000 - Amanda Duff, West Kildonan2001 - Christina Duff, Victoria2002 - Quinn Adams, Beausejour2003 - Rhonda Varnes, Fort Rouge2004 - Calleen Neufeld, La Salle2005 - Kerri Flett, Petersfield2006 - Kaileigh Strath, Souris2007 - Kaileigh Strath, Souris2008 - Kaitlyn Lawes, Pembina2009 - Breanne Meakin, St. Vitalwww.Curlmanitoba.org 61


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Home Run Sports TrophyHome Run SPORTS(L-R) Jack Gordon – Coach, Rachel Burtnyk, Melissa Gordon,Robyn Njegovan, Beth PetersonPREVIOUS WINNERS1988 - Tracy Rummery, Assin. Memorial1989 - Marnie Tresoor, Fort Garry1990 - Jocelyn Merke, Pembina1991 - Rhonda Fowler, Wheat City1992 - Tara Coulterman, Fort William1993 - Karen Klein, Beausejour1994 - Jennifer Martina, Brandon1995 - Melanie McKay, Fort Garry1996 - Farrah Anderson, Brandon1997 - Megan Adams, Heather1998 - Kristen Williamson, Brandon1999 - Christina Duff, Fort Rouge2000 - Ashley Gill, Strathclair2001 - Quinn Adams, Selkirk2002 - Kaileigh Strath, Souris2003 - Meaghan Morningstar, Brandon2004 - Kristen Foster, Morden2005 - Heather Pierson,Victoria2006 - Jackelynn Payne, West St. Paul2007 - Kerri Flett, Selkirk2008 - Kate Cameron, Victoria2009 - Beth Peterson, Assiniboine MemorialFinalist: East St. Paul – Erika Sigurdson, Taylor Devlin, Jackie Coleman, Stefanie Blahey, Bob Sigurdson - CoachSemi-finalist: Assiniboine Memorial – Dana Proctor, Ashleigh MacMillan, Kim Manchulenko, Allison Kolly,Amy Thiessen, Robert Kolly - CoachSemi-finalist: Fort Rouge – Lindsay Robertson, Katie Spencer, Holly Spencer, Melanie Hunt, Jim Spencer - CoachAwards & More TrophyPREVIOUS WINNERS1995 - Mandy Driedger, Winkler1996 - Ainsley Gunnlaugson, Valour Road1997 - Lisa Roy, Brandon1998 - Angela Nagel, Bison BG1999 - Kari Goodman, Benito2000 - Jennifer Sheppard, Pembina2001 - Kristen Williamson, St. Vital2002 - Calleen Neufeld, La Salle2003 - Allison Nimik, Victoria2004 - Chelsea Carey, Victoria2005 - Laura Wilkinson, Victoria2006 - Sherry Just, Springfield2007 - Katie Spencer, Charleswood2008 - Kelsey Boettcher, West St.Paul2009 - Alyssa Vandepoele, Ste. AnneSTE. ANNE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Alyssa Vandepoele, Selena Kaatz, Kristin MacCuish, Lindsay Baldock, Greg Maywood - CoachFinalist: Pembina – Abby Ackland, Christine MacKay, Brittany Hancox, Stephanie Schweitz, Gord MacKay - CoachSemi-finalist: St. Vital – Jackie Hebert, Blaire Hyde, Danielle LaFleur, Rebecca Cormier, Mike Hebert - CoachSemi-finalist: Stonewall – Ashley Jahns, Sydney Arnal, Jennifer Klapp, Kristin Cherewyk, Philip Arnal – Coachwww.Curlmanitoba.org 63


8-EnderOpen Youth CompetitionEqual Force EventPREVIOUS WINNERS2008 - Curtis Kaatz, Ste. Anne2009 - Rebecca Lamb, StonewallSTONEWALL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Jamie Mann, Kendra Derbowka, Kristy Watling, Rebecca Lamb, Rob Lamb – CoachFinalist: Assiniboine Memorial – Taylor Maida, Gaetanne Gauthier, Leanne Klos, Janelle Zubricki,Cathy Gauthier - CoachSemi-finalist: Pembina – Colin Kurz, Jordyn McIntyre, Jenna Campbell, Rachel Morris, Ken Curtis - CoachSemi-finalist: St. Vital – Brendan Gobeil, Stuart Lyner, Daryl-Ann Rawluk, Brett Walter, Curtis Gobeil - CoachDefiant EventPREVIOUS WINNERS2008 - Jordan Smith, Assiniboine Memorial2009 - Kyle Thiessen, St. VitalST. VITAL CURLING CLUBTerry Gibb – Furgale Industries, Kyle Thiessen, Ryan Lemoine, Justin Chamberland, David Enns, Rick Lemoine - CoachFinalist: Jessica Rutter, Jenessa Rutter, McKenzie Hamm, Jaidyn Graham, Ken Rutter - CoachSemi-finalist: Charleswood – Devin Morris, Eric Nichols, Lachlan Williams, Brendan Cade, Heida Morris - CoachSemi-finalist: Pembina – Hayden Forrester, Cole Chandler, Colin Horsburgh, Evan Swanton64 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Valour Road EventPREVIOUS WINNERS2008 - Kristy Watling, Assin. Memorial2009 - Jacques Gauthier, St. VitalSt. VITAL <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Breanne Meakin – Junior Women’s Provincial Champion, Andre Bazin,, Myles Hunker, Daniel Mondor,Jacques GauthierFinalist: Pembina – Brooklyn Meiklejohn, Ashley Groff, Casey Braun, Rhea Teranishi, David Groff - CoachSemi-finalist: East St. Paul – Kris Kirkness, Zach Goerzen, Wyatt Kuran, Braden Barylski, Terrance Kirkness - CoachSemi-finalist: Pembina – Allyson Spencer, Katrina Thiessen, Brooklyn Robertson, Jessie Robertson, Lindsay Wu,Barb Spencer - CoachPro Star EventPREVIOUS WINNERS1992 - Kristen Poetker, Assin. Memorial1993 - Dianne Walker, Plumas1994 - Tyra Dickson, Morris1995 - Nicole Desroches, Heather1996 - Kara Shibata, East St. Paul1997 - Ashlee Dvorak, Assin. Memorial1998 - Ashlee Dvorak, Assin. Memorial1999 - Kyra Jordan, Portage la Prairie2000 - Carlee Willms, Assiniboine Memorial2001 - Kerri Flett, Petersfield2002 - Laryssa Grenkow, Pembina2003 - Shelbi Abbott, Fort Garry2004 - Sam Good, Stonewall2005 - Jackie Hebert, St. Vital2006 - Curtis Kaatz, Ste. Anne2007 - Taylor Maida, St. Vital2008 - Dylan Wuthrich, Gimli2009 - Mark Davidson, Fort GarryFORT GARRY <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Terry Gibb – Furgale Industries, Mark Davidson, Christian Lussier, Brennan Sampson, Robert Lussier,Ken Lussier - CoachFinalist: Portage – Micah Zacharias, Sean Davidson, Steven Warthe, Quinn Ferris, Quintin TomalinSemi-finalist: Elmwood – Shae Bevan, Quinn Wonitowy, Emily Sherbo, Meghan Walter, Russ Bevan - CoachSemi-finalist: Pembina – Daniel Want, Gordon Spencer, Adam Swanson, Arron Greenstone, Bob Want - Coachwww.Curlmanitoba.org 65


8-ENDER brushes<strong>Manitoba</strong> Youth <strong>Curling</strong> Recreational JamboreeThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Youth Jamboree is sponsored by 8 Ender Brushes and is known as the 8-Ender Brushes YouthJamboree. The championship is played concurrently with the Youth Provincial Championship and offers a 13and under open and 16 and under open Recreation Division. Teams represent their respective Sport Regions. Thispast year was the fourth year of this competition. The two Recreational competitions, each have four events and thewinners of each event receive a medallion and cash prizes in all four events for both competitions.The 2011 8-Ender Brushes Youth Jamboree will be played at various Winnipeg curling clubs March 31 – April 2, 2011.Recreational Jamboree 16 and Under OpenPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Alexander Graham, Eastman Region2001 - Andrew Hunt, Interlake Region2002 - Serge Desrosiers, Interlake Region2003 - Jeff Stuart, Interlake Region2004 - Jared Kolomaya, Interlake Region2005 - Cassandra Mourant-Nault, Eastman2006 - Marcus Tucker, Bismarck, N.Dakota2007 - Lyle Mehling, Eastman Region2008 - Gabriel Brandt, Eastman Region2009 - Lucas Van Den Bosch, Winnipeg Region2010 - Jenna Boisvert, Interlake Region1st Event – Interlake(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Jenna Boisvert, Sara Oliver, Kim Manchulenko, Cameo Argan, Alex Forrest– Junior Provincial ChampionFinalist: Winnipeg Region – Brendan Gobeil, Stuart Lyner, Gabby Sorin, Brett Walter, Coach – Curtis GobeilSemi-finalist: Central Region – Ben Lesage, Julien Leduc, Jordan Ricard, James MondrySemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Jordan Grenier, Kyle Allenby, Brad Poirier, Joey Tarko, Mike Grenier - Coach66 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11PREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Jason Neufeld, Central Region2001 - Gord Sando, Winnipeg Region2002 - Kelly Lauber, Winnipeg Region2003 - Patrick Waterman, Interlake Region2004 - Brendan Thompson, Winnipeg Region2005 - Wesley Eaton, Winnipeg Region2006 - David Wiebe, Winnipeg Region2007 - Kevin Dunn, Winnipeg Region2008 - Ashley Johns, Winnipeg Region2009 - Beth Peterson, Winnipeg Region2010 - Quentin Dreger, Interlake Region2nd Event – Interlake(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Quentin Dreger, Kolby Tober, Logan McDonnell, Jared Howse, Alex Forrest– Junior Provincial ChampionFinalist: Central Region – Sean Davidson, Micah Zacharias, Steven Warthe, Nathan Warthe, William Pallister,Gord Zacharias - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Laurie MacDonell, Kristen MacDonnell, Kymm Johnston, Alanah JonesSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Brooklyn Meiklejohn, Casey Braun, Rhea Teranishi, Ciara Okumura,Garrick Teranishi, Don Teranishi - Coach


PREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Robert Hoogervorst, Winnipeg Region2001 - Greg Hallander, Eastman Region2002 - Dan Michalchuk, Winnipeg Region2003 - Tasia Zuk, Winnipeg Region2004 - David Baldwinson, Winnipeg Region2005 - Derrick Anderson, Interlake Region2006 - Dylan McLachlan, Eastman Region2007 - Cal Rutter, Central Region2008 - Austen Anderson, Parkland Region2009 - Aaron Murray, Parkland Region2010 - Jason Slipec, Winnipeg Region3rd Event – Winnipeg(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Jason Slipec, Ryan Orne-Zaluski, Daniel Bridgeford, Corey Slipec,Alex Forrest – Junior Provincial ChampionFinalist: Winnipeg Region – Jordan Grenier, Kyle Allenby, Joey Tarko, Brad Poirier, Mike Grenier - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Garrett Suss, Kurt Morton, Stephen Lunn, Cameron Ditchfield,Karen Klym - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Kevin Roberts, Keagan Smith-Riach, Graham Cale, James Kreamer,Scott Cale - CoachPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Kyle Forsyth, Parkland Region2001 - Colin Crockatt, Interlake Region2002 - Riley Nelson, Winnipeg Region2003 - Shea Stratton, Winnipeg Region2004 - Justina Neepin, Winnipeg Region2005 - Jeremy Enns, Central Region2006 - Wesley Eaton, Winnipeg Region2007 - Adam Kitching, Interlake Region2008 - Kevin Dunn, Winnipeg Region2009 - Riley Sawatzky - Central Region2010 - Laurie MacDonell, Winnipeg Region4th Event – Winnipeg(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8 Ender Brushes, Laurie MacDonell, Kristen MacDonell, Kymm Johnston, Alanah Jones,Alex Forrest – Junior Provincial ChampionFinalist: Winnipeg Region – Carter Smith, Noah Sheldon, Max Smith, Tristan BoyerSemi-finalist: Central Region – Ben Lesage, Julien Leduc, Jordan Ricard, James MondrySemi-finalist: Central Region – Jessica Rutter, Dane Nicolajsen, Ken Rutter - Coachwww.Curlmanitoba.org 67


Recreational Jamboree 13 and Under OpenPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Natasha Esau, Central Region2001 - Jim Coleman, Winnipeg Region2002 - Trevor Hoplock, Interlake Region2003 - Sam Good, Interlake Region2004 - Riley Smith, Winnipeg Region2005 - Alex Colburn, Eastman Region2006 - Melissa Dirks, Winnipeg Region2007 - Kirby Hearn, Interlake Region2008 - Colton Lott, Interlake Region2009 - Brad Achte, Winnipeg Region2010 - Brandon Radford, Winnipeg Region1st Event - Winnipeg(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Brandon Radford, Brody Andrews, Jeremy Warne, Noah Miller,Breanne Meakin – Junior Women’s Provincial Champion, Mark Radford - Coach (missing)Finalist: Winnipeg Region – Jacques Gauthier, Myles Hunker, Andre Bazin, Daniel MondorSemi-finalist: Interlake Region – Kris Kirkness, Zach Goerzen, Wyatt Kuran, Braden Barylski,Terrance Kirkness - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Joseph Holtmann, Brittany Morris, Rachel Holod, Alycia Manchulenko,Kaitlyn Holod, Michelle Manchulenko - CoachPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Paul Geisler, Interlake Region2001 - Tyler Chliboyko, Winnipeg Region2002 - Burke Nagle, Winnipeg Region2003 - Riley Smith, Winnipeg Region2004 - Bobby Cromarty, Interlake Region2005 - Graeme Smith, Winnipeg Region2006 - Scott Duncan, Winnipeg Region2007 - Ryan Kolly, Winnipeg Region2008 - Cole Stoughton, Winnipeg Region2009 - Daryl-Ann Rawluk, Eastman Region2010 - Jaylyn Hartry, Central Region2nd Event - Central(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender, Jaylyn Hartry, Mackenzie Hamm, Kelsey Sagert, Lorissa Hartry, Spencer Hamm,Breanne Meakin – Junior Women’s Provincial Champion, Dave Hartry - Coach (missing)Finalist: Winnipeg Region – Scott MacDonell, Steven Nero, Madeleine Robert, Nicole MacDonellSemi-finalist: Eastman Region – Braden Magura, Mack Smith, Anna Magura, Griffin Smith, Carter SmithSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Julia Maida, Samantha Riach, Jessica Dufrat, Maria Albo, Torrie MacDonald,Mike Maida - Coach68 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


PREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Eric Johnson, Winnipeg Region2001 - Trevor Hoplock, Interlake Region2002 - Andrew Mitchell, Winnipeg Region2003 - Shawn Ostapchuk, Interlake Region2004 - Cassandra Nault, Eastman Region2005 - Justin Bourassa, Winnipeg Region2006 - Jesse Claeys, Winnipeg Region2007 - Kelly Theissen, Winnipeg Region2008 - Kristy Watling, Winnipeg Region2009 - Jacques Gauthier, Winnipeg Region2010 - Devon Wiebe, Central Region3rd Event - Central(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Devon Wiebe, Phillip Petkau, Chad Allen, Matthew Ross,Breanne Meakin – Junior Women’s Provincial Champion, Riley Sawatsky - Coach (missing)Finalist: Winnipeg Region – Shae Bevan, Karagin Sawchuk, Emily Sherbo, Quinn WonitowySemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Hannah Suss, Breanne Hyde, Tori MacDonald, Avril Suss, Scott Hyde - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Gordon Spencer, Allyson Spencer, Katrina Thiessen, Avery Kirkness,Barb Spencer - CoachPREVIOUS WINNERS2000 - Brent Barkman, Eastman Region2001 - Eric Johnson, Winnipeg Region2002 - Jeremy Enns, Winnipeg Region2003 - Michael Neufeld, Interlake Region2004 - Derrick Anderson, Interlake Region2005 - Melissa Dirks, Winnipeg Region2006 - Shannon Birchard, Winnipeg Region2007 - Brendan Williamson, Westman Region2008 - Declan Moulden, Winnipeg Region2009 - Kris Kirkness, Winnipeg Region2010 - Kris Kirkness, Interlake Region4th Event - Interlake(L-R) Terry Gibb – 8-Ender Brushes, Kris Kirkness, Wyatt Kuran, Zach Goerzen, Erik Rafnson,Breanne Meakin – Junior Women’s Provincial Champion, Terrance Kirkness – Coach (missing)Finalist: Winnipeg Region – Brittany Morris, Alycia Manchulenko, Rachel Holod, Joseph Holtman,Michelle Manchulenko - CoachSemi-finalist: Winnipeg Region – Dustin Pratcshler, Jean-Marc Courcelles, Drew Weber, Ryan Armstrong,Brian Pratcshler - CoachSemi-finalist: Eastman Region – Braden Magura, Mack Smith, Anna Magura, Griffin Smith, Carter Smithwww.Curlmanitoba.org 69


MCA Men's BonspielSport <strong>Manitoba</strong> TrophyPREVIOUS WINNERS2010 - David Hamblin, Morris <strong>Curling</strong> ClubMorris <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) David Hamblin, Ross Derksen, Ryan Thomson, Mark Georges, Kim Browning – Sport <strong>Manitoba</strong>Finalist: Pembina – David Kraichy, Jim Coleman, Rylan Young, Brad WalleghemSemi-Finalist: Stonewall – Derek Dowsett, Stu Brown, Mike Carriere, Kurt BouskillSemi-Finalist: West Kildonan - Doug Riach, Nathan Asham, Mike Friesen, A.J. GirardinSport <strong>Manitoba</strong> is an event sponsor for the 2010 MCA Men’s Bonspiel and presented a trophy forAnnual competition.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> Bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return: the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.70 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Winnipeg Free Press TrophySTONY MOUNTAIN <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Randy Dutiaume, Andy Stewart, Greg Melnichuk, Cory WolchukFinalist: Springfield – Kevin Larson, Garth Light, Greg Scott, Joerg Arnold, Phil CookSemi-finalist: West Kildonan - Doug Riach, Nathan Asham, Mike Friesen, A.J. GirardinSemi-finalist: Fort Rouge – Ron Toews, Gary Smith, Bob Boughey, Don Shiach, Tom ClasperThe Winnipeg Free Press Company Limited, publishers of the Winnipeg Free Press, donates a trophy forannual competition. Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl <strong>Manitoba</strong>.PREVIOUS WINNERS1928 - J.E. Gallant, Thistle1929 - Howard Wood, Granite1930 - S.M. MacDonald,Portage la Prairie1931 - Grant Watson, University of Man.1932 - W.H. Hain, Fort Garry1933 - Bob Brown, Dauphin1934 - Roy Pritchard, Killarney1935 - W.H. Hain, Fort Garry1936 - Dr. N.G. Trimble, The Pas1937 - D. McConaghy, Neepawa1938 - J.D. Harrower, Wawanesa,1939 - C. McEwen, Fort William, Ont.1940 - J.H. Couzens, Darlingford1941 - E. Portigal, Thistle1942 - Ab. Gowanlock, Ft. Brandon1943 - H. Chambers, Pierson1944 - W. E. McLeod, Grain Exchange1945 - R. Anderson, Decker1946 - W. E. McLeod, Grain Exchange1947 - H.K. Coleman, Darlingford1948 - J.S. Doerr, Antler, Sask.1949 - A.Rybachuk, Teulon,1950 - Ed. Longmore, Flin Flon,1951 - Don Sauter, Fairlight, Sask.1952 - W. Walsh, Fort Rouge1953 - K. Bowyer, Strathcona1954 - J. Timms, Valour Road1955 - M. Scales, Strathcona1956 - S. Vance, Charleswood1957 - J. Patton, Deer Lodge1958 - S. Good, Stonewall1959 - N. Maxwell, Crystal City1960 - Bob Picken, Valour Road1961 - S. Cutforth, Gilbert Plains1962 - K. Forbes, Hartney1963 - Ken Bishop, Grain Exchange1964 - Howie Smith, Civic Cal.1965 - Dr. R.L. Howden, Heather1966 - Michael Riley, Heather1967 - K. Kirkpatrick, Pembina1968 - Les Evans, Rossmere1969 - Clare DeBlonde, Heather1970 - Ken Hawkins, Pembina1971 - Gordon Masters, Wildewood1972 - Bruce M. Hudson, Strathcona1973 - Bob Trager, Fort Garry1974 - Don McNabb Jr.,Deer Lodge1975 - Cliff Holliston, Manitou1976 - Errol Klinck, Assiniboine Mem.1977 - Brian Holmes, Charleswood1978 - Ken England, Rossmere1979 - Al Braemer, Assinboine Mem.Main Event1980 - Bill Paterson, Portage1981 - Ron Westcott, Granite1982 - Orest Meleschuk, Lac Du Bonnet1983 - Bob Jenion, Deer Lodge1984 - Ernie Rehberg, Grain Exchange1985 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Mem.1986 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Mem.1987 - Mike Enns, St. Vital1988 - Mike Riley, Pembina1989 - Don Spriggs, Portage1990 - Mike Foster, Fort Rouge1991 - Dale Duguid, Valour Road1992 - John Bubbs, Wildewood1993 - Clare DeBlonde Heather1994 - Dale Duguid, Granite1995 - Mark Lukowich, Rossmere1996 - Jeff Stoughton, Charleswood1997 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Mem.1998 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Mem.1999 - Mark Olson, Granite2000 - Barry Fry, Granite2001 - Vic Peters, Granite2002 - David Bohn, Valour Road2003 - Chris Galbraith, Stonewall2004 - David Hamblin, Morris2005 - Randy Dutiaume, Valour Road2006 - Ian Beavis, Morden2007 - Brad Haight, St. Vital2008 - David Bohn, Assiniboine Memorial2009 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Memorial2010 - Randy Dutiaume, Stony Mountainwww.Curlmanitoba.org 71


Safeway Lucerne TrophyGranite curling club(L-R) Mark Olson, Steve Gould, Karl Loder, Charlie Salina, John Graham – Canada Safeway,Chris Neufeld (missing)Finalist: Stonewall – Derek Dowsett, Stu Brown, Mike Carriere, Kurt BouskillSemi-finalist: Unaffiliated – Ken Tresoor, Rolly Vermette, Scott Parker, Gary Polinuk, Andy HickSemi-finalist: Heather – Andrew Irving, Ryan Hlatkey, Bobby Robidoux, Ryan SchwabCanada Safeway Ltd., Winnipeg, donates a trophy for annual competition at the bonspiel.Canada Safeway also donates individual prizes to the first, second, and semi-final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> Associaton bonspiel commencing 1996.PREVIOUS WINNERS1996 - Dale Duguid, Granite1997 - Dave Smith, St. Vital1998 - Kerry Burtnyk, Assiniboine Mem.1999 - Chad McMullan, Valour Road2000 - Bill North, Carman2001 - Jeff Stoughton, Charleswood2002 - Ron Gauthier, Deer Lodge2003 - Dave Smith, Valour Road2004 - Mark Lukowich, Valour Road2005 - Adam Norget, Heather2006 - Reid Carruthers, Valour Road2007 - Dave Smith, Valour Road2008 - Arnold Asham, Wildewood2009 - Murray Woodward, Rorketon2010 - Mark Olson, Granite72 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Bituminex Paving Ltd. TrophyWest St. Paul <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Tanner Lott, Tyler Envik, Derek Reykdal, Karl Loder – Bituminex Paving, Jordan Bedard (missing)Finalist: Wildewood – Brent McCannell, Terry Aseltine, Ben Van Den Bosche, Roger Fouasse, John BubbsSemi-finalist: Wildewood – Kevin Hamblin, Doug Hamblin, Corey Mamchuk, Evan GillisSemi-finalist: La Salle – Tyler Drews, Justin Lasker, Kyle Curtis, Nick DrewsBituminex Paving Ltd. became a <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> Bonspiel event sponsor in 2002 andpresent a trophy for annual competition.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel commencing 2002.PREVIOUS WINNERS2002 - Cory Anderson, Victoria2003 - Cory Anderson, Valour Road2004 - Sean Grassie, Deer Lodge2005 - Mike Mahon, Deer Lodge2006 - Mark Franklin, Fort Rouge2007 - Erik Wallace, Heather2008 - Brad Haight, Victoria2009 - Dave Watt, Heather2010 - Tanner Lott, West St. Paulwww.Curlmanitoba.org 73


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<strong>Manitoba</strong> Hydro TrophyHeather <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Wayne Ewasko, Dave Beaudoin, Trevor Lyons, Dallas Senebald, Jackie Britton – MB HydroFinalist: Assiniboine Memorial – Errol Klinck, Dave Johannson, Paul Batchelor, Bruce Burton, Jim WellwoodSemi-finalist: Pembina – Lionel Walz, Bill Menzies, Laurie LeClair, Mark Venton, Brian DeRiviereSemi-finalist: Fort Garry - Brian Bilous, Ralph Boch, John McLure, Harry Panaschuk, Dave Fish<strong>Manitoba</strong> Hydro's title sponsorship of this competition in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> Men'sBonspiel began with the 117th annual event in 2005. The <strong>Manitoba</strong> Hydro sponsorship continues atradition established in 1942 when the former Winnipeg Hydro became an MCA event sponsor.<strong>Manitoba</strong> Hydro sponsors individual prizes for the first, second and semi-final teams. In addition,Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> presents four individual plaques to the event winners.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel beginning in 2005.PREVIOUS WINNERS2005 - Ryan Norman, Fort Rouge2006 - Mike Hebert, St. Vital2007 - Fred Sutton, Thistle2008 - Richard Muntain, Charleswood2009 - Ross Rybak, West Kildonan2010 - Wayne Ewasko, Heatherwww.Curlmanitoba.org 75


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Chas. Fidler & Son Ltd. TrophyGranite <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Jamie Hay, Randy Baert, Erik Wallace, Derek Hay, Scott Furevick (missing)Finalist: Fort Rouge – Winston Warren, Ron McMorris, Terry Braunstein, Ken OwensSemi-finalist: West Kildonan – Dennis Koroluk, Wray Johnson, Nick Kozak, Doug Sewell, Walter HoppSemi-finalist: Burntwood – Farrol Asham, Rae Hainstock, Bob Desjarlais, Mike SmithChas. Fidler & Son Ltd. is pleased to present for annual competition, in the ‘World’s Largest Bonspiel’,the Chas. Fidler & Son Trophy. The sponsor also presents individual prizes to the first, second, andsemi-final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel beginning with 2002.PREVIOUS WINNERS2002 - Jamie Hay, Granite2003 - Wayne Schettler, Plumas2004 - Jamie Hay, Granite2005 - Barry Fry, Granite2006 - Troy Hamilton, Valour Road2007 - Merv Satterthwaite, St. Vital2008 - Victor Bellay, Pembina2009 - Darko Reischek, Charleswood2010 - Jamie Hay, Granitewww.Curlmanitoba.org 77


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LaFarge Construction TrophyFort Rouge <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Reg Malanchuk, Verne Sheldon, Rob Rummery, Terry Hunter, Andy Allerton, Ron Copeland– LaFarge ConstructionFinalist: Pembina – Howard Doerksen, Bill Buchanan, Weldon Hildebrandt, Ted SaderSemi-finalist: Fort Garry – Maurice LaPointe, Howard Rach, Gilles Quuenelle, Mike BernardSemi-finalist: West Kildonan – Greg Mikolajek, Ian Harkness, Dean Nero, Rob Van Gerwen, Clint FuzThis trophy was originally donated to the MCA Bonspiel by Supercrete in 1962 and withdrawn in 1969.It was again offered for competition beginning in 1980. In 1994 Supercrete changed its name toLaFarge Construction.LaFarge Construction also donates individual prizes to the first, second, and semi-final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel beginning with 1980.PREVIOUS WINNERS1962 - Norm Houck, Strathcona1963 - Ted Veitch, Petersfield1964 - Mac Scales, Strathcona1965 - John Bishop, St. Vital1966 - Glen Gray, Glenora C.C.,Edmonton1967 - Gerry Hobson, Pembina1968 - Bob Cherlet, Heather1969 - 1979 - Not in competition1980 - Arnold Asham, Strathcona1981 - Bruce Towerzey, Strathcona1982 - Clayton Paul, Thompson1983 - Howie Restall, Rossmere1984 - Terry Paton, CFB Winnipeg1985 - Guy Leduc, St. Claude & Haywood1986 - Arnold Asham, CFB Winnipeg1987 - Larry Johannson, Victoria1988 - Vic Peters, Granite1989 - Barry Fry, Deer Lodge1990 - Ray Orr, Elmwood1991 - Howard Restall, Rossmere1992 - David Keating, Russell1993 - Norris Cook, Grain Exchange1994 - Ernie Ryz, Stony Mountain1995 - Bryan Weber, Assiniboine Mem.1996 - Albert Martens, Rossmere1997 - Jim Fossen, Elmwood1998 - Wayne Ledohowski, Pembina1999 - Paul Wainwright, Victoria2000 - Mark Lowdon, Pembina2001 - Mike Wattis, Fort Rouge2002 - Gary Ross, Granite2003 - James Kirkness, Deer Lodge2004 - Bob Bartley, Carman2005 - Clarence Kohut, East St. Paul2006 - David Kendall, Wildewood2007 - Stu Brown, Assiniboine Memorial2008 - Dean Steski, St. Vital2009 - Andrew Wickman, West Kildonan2010 - Reg Malanchuk, Fort Rougewww.Curlmanitoba.org 79


thecurler.com TrophyPREVIOUS WINNERS2010 - Bill Dauphinais, West St. PaulWest St. Paul <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Bill Dauphinais, Kerry Kingsland, Dave Watt, Rodney Legault, Resby Coutts – thecurler.comFinalist: Thistle – Kelly Williamson, Barry McDonald, Jason Grimstrup, Ken Meakin, Don PellowSemi-finalist: West Kildonan – Brad WalkerWarren Shalay, Rob Humniski, Nick Doherty, Dean BlahitkaSemi-finalist: Argyle – Larry Weatherburn, Bruce Buchanan, Brad Goodridge, Ernie Anderstedt, Murray LastStarting in 2010 thecurler.com is the sponsor of this event in the MCA Men’s Bonspiel. thecurler.comdonates four individual plaques to the winners of this event.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspieL2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel, beginning with 2010.80 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Great-West Life TrophyFort Garry <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) A.J. Hunter, Grant Lindgren, Greg Drawson, Shane Weiss, Ami Kotler, Rod MacKay – MCA Bonspiel ChairFinalist: Victoria - Bill Burkett, Bob Burkett, Darren Burkett, Brian Burkett, Mitch RawsonSemi-finalist: Arborg – Wes Jonasson, Dale Lott, Kevin Vigfusson, Gary Johannesson, Kevin JonassonSemi-finalist: Fort Garry – Ron Copeland, Ian Davidson, Darren Kristjanson, Ken Lussier, Dennis TrubykThe Great-West Life Assurance Company is pleased to present the Great-West Life Trophy for annualcompetition.The Great-West Life Assurance Company donates individual prizes to the first, second, andsemi-final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel commencing in 1971.PREVIOUS WINNERS1971 - Ernie Boushy, Heather1972 - Bruce McLeod, Deer Lodge1973 - Ken Corby, Deer Lodge1974 - Rod Hunter, Granite1975 - Doug Edmondson, CFB Winnipeg1976 - Doug Edmondosn, CFB Winnipeg1977 - Gordon Cole, Fort Rouge1978 - Bob Lemecha, Granite1979 - Lloyd Gunnlaugson, Valour Rd.1980 - Jed Mendella, Rossmere1981 - Rick Birrell, Pembina1982 - Jamie Pearson, Charleswood1983 - Gary Ross, Miami1984 - Mark Olson, Assiniboine Memorial1985 - Bob Lesko, Lac du Bonnet1986 - Jim Ursel, Deer Lodge1987 - Ken Stadnek, Arborg1988 - Robin Nelson, Civic Cal.1989 - Les Wahl, East St. Paul1990 - Ken Lowdon, Thistle1991 - Scott Mathieson, Wildewood1992 - Bob Franklin, Selkirk1993 - Randy Morrow, Assiniboine Memorial1994 - Lory Saban, Boissevain1995 - Brad Fenning, Moosehorn1996 - Darren Cale, Assiniboine Memorial1997 - Ron Gauthier, Stonewall1998 - Arnold Asham, Stony Mountain1999 - Dave Boehmer, Petersfield2000 - Perry Dola, Winnipeg Beach2001 - Gary Morris, Deer Lodge2002 - Fred Sutton, Thistle2003 - Tom Code, Heather2004 - Sean Grassie, Deer Lodge2005 - Walter Rychkrand, Elmwood2006 - Wayne Oliver, Warren2007 - Bill Burkett, Victoria2008 - Bill Coulter, Grain Exchange2009 - Tom Cameron, CFB Halifax2010 - A.J Hunter, Fort Garrywww.Curlmanitoba.org 81


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8-Ender Brushes TrophyThistle <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Justin Reynolds, Steve Sigurdson, Jordan Eyolfson, Joe Eade, Terry Gibb - 8-EnderFinalist: Fort Rouge – Jim MacGregor, Bruce Wiebe, Ken Quiring, Don Nazeravich, Kevin MazakSemi-finalist: Deer Lodge – Connor Njegovan, Joel Hildebrand, Scott Bruce, Graham Wilson, Scott PetersonSemi-finalist: Pembina – John Norget, Robert Lamb, Ross Forrester, Bill Bowman, Gord MacKay8-Ender presents this trophy, which pays tribute to the history of the 8-Ender Brushes, and alsodonates individual prizes to the first, second and semi‐final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel commencing in 1992.PREVIOUS WINNERS1992 - Kevin Exell, Deer Lodge1993 - Rob Woodrow, Elmwood1994 - Ricardo Ingimundson, Heather1995 - Brian Riach, Pembina1996 - Cory Anderson, Victoria1997 - Robin Nelson, CFB Winnipeg1998 - Jeff Stoughton, Charleswood1999 - Randy Neufeld, Pembina2000 - Dave Johnson, Deer Lodge2001 - Ray Fillion, Valour Road2002 - Randy Neufeld, LaSalle2003 - Craig Strand, Valour Road2004 - John Bubbs, Granite2005 - Collin Sundell. Valour Road2006 - William Kuran, Pembina2007 - Kevin Larson, Springfield2008 - Mark Franklin, Fort Rouge2009 - Bill Burkett, Victoria2010 - Justin Reynolds, Thistlewww.Curlmanitoba.org 83


Committed to the significance of community.Monsanto is proud to support Curl <strong>Manitoba</strong>As a company committed to creating a better future for our customersand employees, we are proud to support the passion, camaraderie andcompetitive spirit curling inspires in communities across the country.Congratulations to all event winners.Learn more at monsanto.caMonsanto and the vine symbol are registered trademarks of Monsanto Technology, LLC © 2010 Monsanto Company.84 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Monsanto Canada TrophyWildewood <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) David Kendall, Randy Pratt, Bruce Kendall, Dwight Hector, Andrew Budge (missing),Don Stott – Monsanto CanadaFinalist: Argyle - Bryan Novak, Larry Good, Ernie Kars, Bob SylvesterSemi-finalist: Elmwood – Fred Schnerch, Shaun Best, Pete Bignell, Clare Rand, Ross SkabarSemi-finalist: Thistle – Don Henry, Jeff Martin, Shawn Baker, Andrew GoertzenMonsanto Canada presents a trophy for annual competition and donates individual prizes to the first,second, and semi-final teams.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel beginning with 2007.PREVIOUS WINNERS2007 - Jack Gordon, Deer Lodge2008 - Peter Willms, Assiniboine Memorial2009 - Thomas Melanchuk, Fort Rouge2010 - David Kendall, Wildewoodwww.Curlmanitoba.org 85


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<strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council TrophyFort Rouge <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Mark Blanchard, Cam Barth, Shawn Atamanchuk, Adam Wickman, Laurel Lyons – <strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork CouncilFinalist: West Kildonan – Adam Boge, Ed Boge, JP Boge, Jascha Jamie BogeSemi-finalist: Heather – Ron Hucal, Glenn Mazur, Cal Wookey, Ken BauknechtSemi-finalist: St. Vital – Floyd Howard, Lawrence Kowalchuk, Steve Bloss, Phil Rance<strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council is proud to once again sponsor the MCA Men's Bonspiel. Working on behalfof the province's 800 hog producers, <strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council delivers a wide range of programs andactivities to foster the sustainability and prosperity of the pork industry for the good of all hog farmers and all<strong>Manitoba</strong>ns.This trophy was donated to Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> in 2007 by the <strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council. Four individual plaquesare presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>.<strong>Manitoba</strong> Pork Council also sponsors individual prizes to the first, second and semi-final teams.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for permanent annual competition at the MCA Bonspiel beginning with 2007.PREVIOUS WINNERS2007 - Roger Parker, Fort Garry2008 - Brian Leskiw, West Kildonian2009 - Russ Kihn, St. Vital2010 - Mark Blanchard, Fort Rougewww.Curlmanitoba.org 87


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Canada's Web Shop TrophyElmwood <strong>Curling</strong> Club(L-R) Drew Knox, Don Searcy, Blair Bruzell, Wayne Biegun, Kevin Higgs, John McDonald – Canada’s Web ShopFinalist: West Kildonan – Glenn McLachlan, Neil Wawrykow, Zoltan Csupak, Zoltan Gergely, Bill HorvathSemi-finalist: Fort Garry – Matt Posthumus, Darren Joyce, John Dempster, Keith NormanSemi-finalist: Killarney - Daryle Manning, Nick Stone, Owen Taylor, Robert WanlessCanada’s Web Shop donates a trophy for annual competition in the MCA Men's Bonspiel as well asindividual prizes for first, second and semi-finalist teams.Beginning with the 2006 MCA Men’s Bonspiel, Canada’s Web Shop has sponsored the competition.Four individual plaques are presented to the winners by Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>. Canada's Web Shop also sponsorsindividual prizes to the first, second and semi-final teams.RULES1. This competition shall be open to all teams entered in the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel.2. The club winning the trophy shall have the custody of it for one year upon giving ample security for its return; the prizes, however,shall become the property of the members of the respective winning team.3. This trophy is for annual competition at the <strong>Manitoba</strong> <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong> bonspiel commencing in 1993.PREVIOUS WINNERS2006 - Clarence Kohut, East St. Paul2007 - Rob Gray, St. Vital2008 - Bob Bartley, Carman2009 - Don Fischer, St. Vital2010 - Drew Knox, Elmwoodwww.Curlmanitoba.org 89


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McDiarmid Lumber Ltd. Trophy(Seniors Competition)BRANDON CURLING CLUB(L-R) Jim Renwick, Mike Remniak, Brian Bailey – McDiarmid Lumber Representative, Ken Collyer, Harvey HeiseFinalist: Fort Rouge – Clare DeBlonde, Peter Kennedy, Garry DeBlonde, Dean CareSemi-finalist: Granite – Jamie Hay, Gary Gumprich, Randy Baert, David StastookSemi-finalist: Victoria – Jim Conacher, Grant Buckoski, Lionel Bernhard, Rob SkabarMcDiarmid Lumber is the title sponsor of the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Senior Men’s Bonspiel. The Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>Senior Men’s Bonspiel is for men 50 years and over. Since 1927 McDiarmid Lumber has provided youwith everything you need to decorate, build or renovate your home or cottage.McDiarmid Lumber Company donates a silver trophy for annual competition. Keeper trophies are alsopresented to the winners as well as gift certificates. Gift certificates are also presented to the finalists andsemi-finalists.The winner of the McDiarmid Lumber Bonspiel will also earn a spot in the Strathcona Senior Men’sProvincial Championship providing the team meets the eligibility requirements.The Strathcona Senior Men’s Provincial Championship will be hosted by the Heather <strong>Curling</strong> Club fromFebruary 24-28, 2011. McDiarmid Lumber also serves as the presenting sponsor of this championship.PREVIOUS WINNERS1966 - Ernie Scamell, Elmwood1967 - W.G. “Scotty” Anderson, Deer Lodge1968 - Joe Boddy, Oakville1969 - M. Frederickson, Heather1970 - Mac Scales, Strathcona1971 - Mac Scales, Strathcona1972 - Clyde Allan, Granite1973 - Dr. Bill McTavish, Elmwood1974 - Lyle Henry, Strathcona1975 - Dr. Bill McTavish, Elmwood1976 - Murray Clark, Brandon1977 - Tom Moffatt, Strathclair1978 - Lin Grieve, Wildewood1979 - Lloyd Harvey, Rossmere1980 - Bill Saunders, Granite1981 - Bruce M. Hudson, Strathcona1982 - Don Brownridge, Portage1983 - Bruce M. Hudson, Heather1984 - Doug Edmondson, Portage1985 - Lloyd Gunnlaugson, Valour Road1986 - Dick Wright, West Kildonan1987 - Lloyd Gunnlaugson, Valour Road1988 - Norm Houck, Elmwood1989 - Jim Ursel, Elmwood1990 - George Link, Heather1991 - Jim Ursel, Charleswood1992 - Ron Manns, Assiniboine Memorial1993 - Harold Hamilton, Wildewood1994 - Walter Tetzlaff, Brandon1995 - Jim Ursel, Valour Road1996 - Orest Meleschuk, Libau1997 - Jim Ursel, Granite1998 - Jack Wolfe, Portage1999 - Reg Malanchuk, Fort Rouge2000 - Brian Moffatt, Brandon2001 - Barry Fry, Granite2002 - Ron Westcott, Fort Rouge2003 - Kerry MacLennan, Pembina2004 - Carl German, East St. Paul2005 - Ron Westcott, Fort Rouge2006 - Brian Fowler, Brandon2007 - Brian Moffatt, Brandon2008 - Mark Franklin, Fort Rouge2009 - Rob Ramage, Baldur2010 - Jim Renwick, Brandonwww.Curlmanitoba.org 91


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Chicken Chef Bonspiel (Masters Competition)FORT ROUGE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Clare DeBlonde, Peter Kennedy, Bob Boughey, Gary Smith, Ron Westcott (missing), Darren Thorgalsson –Chicken Chef Family RestaurantsFinalist: East St. Paul – Peter Paley, Ken Hawkins, Elgin Gromnisky, Bill VallisSemi-finalist: Gimli – Dave Suchy, Rick Sarahs, Wayne Bohn, Mel HenusetSemi-finalist: Pembina – Peter Rey, Dave Anderson, John Sawatsky, Dale GrayChicken Chef Family Restaurants donates a trophy for annual competition. Keeper trophies as well asgift certificates are presented to the winners. Gift certificates are also presented to the finalists andsemi-finalists.Chicken Chef became the title sponsor for the 2001-2002 season. The Chicken Chef Masters Men’sBonspiel is for men 60 years and over. The winner of the Chicken Chef Masters Men’s Bonspiel will alsoearn a spot in the <strong>Manitoba</strong>'s Credit Unions Masters Provincial Championship providing the team meets theeligibility requirements.The 2011 <strong>Manitoba</strong>'s Credit Unions Masters Provincial Championship will be played at the Killarney <strong>Curling</strong>Club from March 10-14, 2011.PREVIOUS WINNERS1993 - Al Ingram, West Kildonan1994 - John Gifford, Heather1995 - Jim Robertson,Rainy River/Ft. Frances1996 - Jim Robertson, Rainy River1997 - Norm Houck, Heather1998 - Roy Arndt, Heather1999 - Ron Fraser, Assiniboine Memorial2000 - Gary Ross, Heather2001 - Augie Haugen, St. Vital2002 - Harold Hamilton, Fort Garry2003 - John Helston, Heather2004 - Barry Sadler, Portage2005 - Errol Klinck, Assiniboine Memorial2006 - Les Hooper, Lac Du Bonnet2007 - Ralph Bullock, Fort Rouge2008 - Abram Friesen, Heather2009 - Neil Schmidt, East St. Paul2010 - Clare DeBlonde, Fort Rougewww.Curlmanitoba.org 93


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Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women's BonspielASHAM competitive divisionAsham <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies presents a handsome trophy and donates all the prizes for this event in theannual Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women’s Bonspiel.Asham curling supplies Competitive BerthPREVIOUS WINNERS2009 - Tina Kozak, Brandon2010 - Kerri Flett, Fort RougeFORT ROUGE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Kerri Flett, Janice Blair, Susan Baleja, Alison Harvey, Joel Gagne - CoachFinalist: Morden – Chelsea Carey, Kristy Jenion, Kristen Foster, Lindsay TitheridgeSemi-finalist: Fort Rouge - Joelle Brown, Tracey Lavery, Tamara Bauknecht, Kristie Moroz, Jennifer Sheppard,Hilton Wood - CoachSemi-finalist: Assiniboine Memorial – Michelle Montford, Courtney Blanchard, Sara Jones, Sarah Norget,Ray Fillion – Coachwww.Curlmanitoba.org 95


Atkins <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies recreational divisionPREVIOUS WINNERSTHISTLE CURLING CLUB(L-R) Rob Atkins – Atkins <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies, Lori Pelissier, Heather Ruby,Sandy Maskiw, Shelley SmithFinalist: St. Vital – Elaine Jones, Anne Wright, Pat Malanchuk, Ruth WiebeSemi-finalist: Victoria – Raylene Lavallee, Joan Halowski, Carol McEwen,Karen FroeseSemi-finalist: Granite – Lana Meyer, Angel Therrien, Maureen Sosnowsky,Val BowdenAtkins <strong>Curling</strong> Supplies is pleased to present a trophy as well asthe prizes for this event in the annual Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women'sBonspiel.8-Ender Trophy recreational divisionHEATHER CURLING CLUB(L-R) Cathy Cook, Anne Russell, Chris Kaita, Lisa Ito1977 - Mary Voss, Rossmere Ladies1978 - Carol Dunstone, Heather Ladies1979 - Sally Braithwaite, St. Vital Curlettes1980 - Pat Brunsdon, Grain Exchange BG1981 - Bev Behnke, Fort Garry BG1982 - Sharon Walker, Wildewood1983 - Shannon Doherty, Rossmere1984 - Bernice Telford,Charleswood Ladies1985 - Patti Tresoor, Granite BG1986 - Mary McGimpsey,Crestview Ladies1987 - Kathie Ellwood, Deer Lodge BG1988 - Kathy Sando, North Dakota1989 - Cathy Overton, Heather1990 - Irene Elias, Heather Ladies1991 - Laurie Davidson, Red River BG1992 - Connie Laliberte, Fort Rouge BW1993 - Marilyn Sigurdson,Assin. Mem. Ladies1994 - Maureen Voss, Rossmere Ladies1995 - Marlene Cleutinx, Heather Ladies1996 - Lori Eason, Granite BG1997 - Elaine Jones, Heather 49ers1998 - Gayle Turner, Fort Garry BG1999 - Maureen Voss, Fort Rouge Ladies2000 - Elaine Delannoy, Thistle BG2001 - Gayle Turner, Fort Garry BG2002 - Gwen Finch, Fort Garry2003 - Keri Martin-Jobse, Elmwood2004 - Rhonda Varnes, Fort Rouge2005 - Doreen Bugg, Deer Lodge2006 - Pam Kok, St. Vital2007 - Susan Neilan, St. Vital2008 - Lori Pelliser, La Salle2009 - Loretta Ross - Granite2010 - Lori Pellisier, ThistlePREVIOUS WINNERS1995 - Karen Young, St. Vital Tues. Nite1996 - Kelly MacKenzie, Deer Lodge BG1997 - Karen Porritt, St. Vital Tues. Nite1998 - Lori Zeller, Valour Road BW1999 - Marnie Ross, St. Vital Tues. Nite2000 - Lois Fowler, Brandon2001 - Lois Fowler, BrandonRECREATIONAL BONSPIEL2002 - Melanie Hanke-Dickenson, Portage2003 - Joan Johnson, Assiniboine Memorial2004 - Judy Wolchuk, Thistle2005 - Brenda Clift, Fort Rouge2006 - Liliane Fargey, Valour Road2007 - Val Mennie, Pembina2008 - Phyliss Madigan, Victoria2009 - Jacquelyn Little, Springfield2010 - Cathy Cook, HeatherFinalist: St. Vital – Susan Neilan, Paula Zurbyk, Shirley Fitzpatrick-Wong, Clarice FitzpatrickSemi-finalist: Springfield – Jacqueline Little, Shana Rogers, Chris Bashucky, Stacy StewartSemi-finalist: Victoria – Dianne Martin, Runie, Janice Brolly, Deb Funk8-Ender presents a trophy and silver pendants to the winner and sponsors first, second, third andfourth prizes for this event in the annual Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women's Bonspiel.96 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


Stewart Trophy RECREATIONAL divisionPREVIOUS WINNERS1996 - Tracey Rummery, Assin. Mem. BG1997 - Jan Rodnisky, Willowpark1998 - Joelle Brown, Valour Road BW1999 - Nancy Meadows, Grain Exchange BG2000 - Kim Link, Fort Garry Sports Traders2001 - Lois Fowler, BrandonPEMBINA CURLING CLUB(L-R) Pat Mackichan, Jamie Jones, Trish Jordan, Noreen StewartRECREATIONAL BONSPIEL2002 - Lynn Langrell, Warren2003 - Phyllis Madigan, Victoria2004 - Nicole Dougall, Assiniboine Memorial2005 - Tracy Igonia, Fort Garry2006 - Elaine Jones, Fort Garry2007 - Gwen Smith, Heather2008 - Gayle Turner, Heather2009 - Heather Ruby, Thistle2010 - Pat Mackichan, PembinaFinalist: Heather Ladies – Gwen Smith, Gayle Turner, Edith Checkley, Donna ColemanSemi-finalist: Granite – Loretta Marucci, Leanne Laspina, Bonita YarjauSemi-finalist: Deer Lodge – Susanne Beriault, Donna McLeod, Sherry Clark, Sarah Rabu, Sylvia SigurdsonStewart Trophy presents an annual trophy as well as the prizes for the event in the annual Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>Women’s Bonspiel.Contempra Signs Trophy RECREATIONAL divisionPREVIOUS WINNERS1993 - Brenda M-Drabyk, Grain Exchange BG1994 - Liliane Fargey, Heather BG1995 - Lea Menard, St. Vital Curlettes1996 - Sylvia Erickson, St. Vital Curlettes1997 - Donna Carter, Petersfield1998 - Elaine Jones, Heather Ladies1999 - Gayle Turner, Fort Garry BG2000 - Grace Clark, Granite BG2001 - Gwen Finch, Granite BG2002 - Daisy Dales, Deer Lodge2003 - Julia Cummings, Victoria2004 - Tracy Igonia, Fort Garry2005 - Judy Wolchuk, Thistle2006 - Cathy Cook, Thistle2007 - Cathy Cook, Thistle2008 - Raylene Johnson, Victoria2009 - Pam McConnell, Granite2010 - Deborah Popovic, Fort GarryFORT GARRY CURLING CLUB(L-R) Deborah Popovic, Brenda Robinson, Linda Degelman, Monica NoakesFinalist: Fort Rouge – Rachel Devlin, Lori Butler, JoAnn Berard, Trudy MulderSemi-finalist: Thistle – Doreen Devloo, Janice Hildebrand, Nicole Hillman, Audrey GemmellSemi-finalist: Charleswood – Janet Bayer, Brenda Kardynal, Melodie Mazurek, Bev Wilkinson, Kathy PriceContempra Signs of Winnipeg presents a handsome trophy and donates first, second, third andfourth prizes for this event in the annual Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Women’s Bonspiel.Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> presents the winners with a set of coasters.www.Curlmanitoba.org 97


Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> MASTERS WOMEN’S BONSPIELPREVIOUS WINNERS2001 - Elaine Jones, Heather2002 - Elaine Jones, Heather2003 - Elaine Jones, St. Vital2004 - Edith Carter, Portage2005 - Elaine Jones, St. Vital2006 - Anne Wright, Heather2007 - Gwen Smith, Heather2008 - Bonspiel Cancelled2009 - Pat Gould, Assiniboine MemorialASSINIBOINE MEMORIAL CURLING CLUB(L-R) Kathy Cox (Fifth), Deanna Moss (Lead), Terry Hebert (Second), Bonnie Gordon (Third), Pat Gould (Skip)Finalist: St. Vital Curlettes – Elaine Jones, Anne Wright, Pat Malanchuk, Ruth WiebeThe Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Masters Women’s Bonspiel is for women 60 years and over. An annual trophy andkeeper plaques as well as gift certificates are presented to the winners of the Bonspiel.The winner and finalist in the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Masters Women’s Bonspiel will also earn a berth into the<strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Women’s Provincial Championship providing the teams meet the eligibilityrequirements. The <strong>Manitoba</strong>’s Credit Unions Masters Women’s Provincial Championship will be played at theCarman <strong>Curling</strong> Club from December 10-13, 2010.Check out ourNew and ImprovedCurl<strong>Manitoba</strong> Websitewww.curlmanitoba.org98 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


LadiesPast Presidents’<strong>Association</strong>2010-2011 ExecutivePast President Iris LechnerPresident Joan MooreVice-President Audrey HoggSECRETARY Leila FarrellTreasurer Marj BoneSocialDorothy SawchukIce & DRAW Evelyn Davidson, Jeanne AndersonThe <strong>Manitoba</strong> Ladies’ Past Presidents’ <strong>Curling</strong> <strong>Association</strong>,active since 1932, is an independent organization devotedto fostering the fellowship of curling. Any lady who is a PastPresident of any worldwide curling club may become a member.Many of our provincial clubs have a Past Presidents’ <strong>Association</strong>representative who encourages all Past Presidents to join, collectsthe annual membership fee and keeps members informed ofupcoming events.On the third Monday in November we have a fun bonspiel,generally at the curling club of our current President. Somemembers who are no longer curling enjoy coming out to renewfriendships, join the curlers for lunch and cheer on the bonspielparticipants. The bonspiel epitomizes fun and fellowship. Twotrophies are awarded: The Whalley Trophy donated by the Whalleyfamily in memory of Mona Whalley and the Esther Poulton Shieldadministered by the Winnipeg Foundation in memory of EstherSusan Poulton. Each trophy has a consolation event.An annual luncheon is held on the first Monday in May. This isa very popular event and provides another great opportunity torenew old friendships and to meet and make new friends.If you are interested in joining or have any questions regardingour <strong>Association</strong>, please contact the Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> office for furtherinformation.Past Presidents ofPast Presidents’ ASSOCIATION1932-33 *Mary Berry, Heather1933-34 Mrs. C. Wilson1934-35 Mrs. J. Munro1935-36 Mrs. M. Peterson1936-37 Mrs. R. Vincent1937-38 Mrs. R. Simpson1938-39 Mrs. W. Mcalpine, Heather1939-40 Mrs. G. Bradley1940-41 Mrs. S. Baker1941-42 Mrs. C. Boulton1942-43 Mrs. F. Zachary1943-44 Mrs. K. Dubley1944-45 Mrs. C. W. Simpson1945-46 Mrs. H. Cochrane1946-47 Mrs. H. Christie1947-48 Mrs. A. M. Smith1948-49 Mrs. C. Foster1949-50 *Daisy Hutchinson, Grain Exchange1950-51 Mrs. M. Palmer1951-52 *Mona Whalley1952-53 Mrs. C Williamson1953-54 Mrs C. Taylor1954-55 Grace Reynolds, St. John’s1955-56 Mrs. Law1956-57 Mrs. M Beaton1957-58 Mrs. M. Hutton1958-59 Mrs. F Shannon, Transcona1959-60 Mrs. G. Mason1960-61 Mrs. K. Popp1961-62 Mrs. M. Cameron1962-63 Mrs. N. Staples1963-64 *Mrs. F. Sturrock, Grain Exchange1964-65 *Edith Tipping, Elmwood1965-66 Mrs. F Bower1966-67 *Dorothy Starr, Fort Rouge1967-68 Mrs. T. Cooper, St. John’s1968-69 Sadie Bowden, Deer Lodge1969-70 *Vera Regent, St. Vital1970-71 Agnes Mcdowell, Fort Rouge1971-72 Peggy Mclellan, West Kildonan1972-73 *Claire Cheney, Pembina Ladies1973-74 *Virginia Douglas, Assiniboine Mem.1974-75 Mary Babienko, Elmwood1975-76 Gladys Darling, Grain Exchange1976-77 Mrs. T. Birt, Elmwood1977-78 Mrs. T. Broadbent, Transcona1978-79 Joan Whalley, Deer Lodge1979-80 Vi Rogers, St. Vital1980-81 *Ruth Toal, Granite1981-82 *Rose Shaye, East Kildonan1982-83 Grace Martin, Crocus1983-84 Mrs. C. Cameron, Wildewood1984-85 *Mary Wilshire, Assiniboine Mem.1985-86 Pat Spiring, Charleswood Ladies1986-87 Ricky May, Grain Exchange1987-88 Dorothy Rudd, Pembina1988-89 Thora Livingstone, Fort Rouge Ladies1989-90 Ev Hunter, Deer Lodge1990-91 Karen Armour, Glenbriar1991-92 Connie Paterson, Thistle B.g.1992-93 Ev Turner, Assiniboine Memorial1993-94 Betty Merlevede, Granite Ladies1994-95 Kathleen Abel, Charleswood Ladies1995-96 Marjorie Dewar, St. Vital B.g.1996-97 Joan Gillis, Granite Ladies1997-98 Joan Moore, Thistle B.g.1998-99 Terry Taylor, Deer Lodge Ladies1999-00 Pauline Marofke, Pembina Ladies2000-01 June Jones, Charleswood Ladies2001-02 Aija Culley2002-03 Phyllis Bell, Assiniboine Mem. Ladies2003-04 Martha Brown, Deer Lodge2004-05 Merle Brown, Charleswood Ladies2005-06 Barbara Manns, Assiniboine Memorial2006-07 Elaine Dale, Pembina2007-08 Barbara Perrault, Pembina2008-09 Helen Nemeth, Pembina2009-10 Irish Lechner, Thistle*deceasedwww.Curlmanitoba.org 99


PASTPRESIDENTSASSOCiationOF manitobaCURLING ClubsExecutive and ClubRepresentatives 2010-2011PATRONsRon LloydPresident – Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong>19 Woodford Bay Cindy MaddockWinnipeg, MB436-9th St.R2M 4J2Morden, MB255-6495 R6M 1M4822-6688OFFICERSPast PresidentPresidentWilliam McDonaldGerry Markovich18 Mornefortune Dr. 367 Enniskillen Ave.Winnipeg, MBWinnipeg, MBR2G 2N1R2V 0J2667-9564 582-07101st Vice-PRESIDENT2nd Vice-PresidentJoan HalowskiBob Pattie130 Hiddleston Cres. 34 InwoodWinnipeg, MBWinnipeg, MBR2P 0S1R2Y 1A3694-4288 889-15303rd Vice-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TreasurerGordon CherepakBill Heinkel576 Fairmont Road 26 Holt Dr.Winnipeg, MBWinnipeg, MBR3R 1B1R3K 1P8889-1260 837-1074ChaplainRev. Fraser Muldrew937 Beaverbrook St.Winnipeg, MBR3N 1P2 489-3348TGerry Markovichhe Past Presidents’ <strong>Association</strong>, as its name indicates, is an<strong>Association</strong> formed to retain the interest in the game ofcurling among curlers who have been presidents of their respectiveclubs. Any past president of a club affiliated with Curl<strong>Manitoba</strong> iseligible for membership. The <strong>Association</strong> was founded May 4, 1928.The objectives of the <strong>Association</strong> are to maintain interest andpromote good fellowship in the game of curling and promote curlingin the province of <strong>Manitoba</strong>. The activities consist of an annualdinner and general meeting in the spring and a golf tournamentin early summer. Any past presidents interested in joining the<strong>Association</strong> should contact the Secretary.Past Presidents ofPast Presidents’ ASSOCIATION1928-29 *Bill McAlpine, Civic Cal1929-30 *William Logan, Granite1930-31 *Frank Smith, Deer Lodge1931-32 *W.H. “Bill” Hain, Fort Garry1932-33 *Lou Leavens, Stonewall1933-34 *Harry Coddington, Telephones1934-35 *Dr. R.H. Christie, Deer Lodge1935-36 *E.A. Brown, Lac du Bonnet1936-37 *Robert Hamlin, St. John’s1937-38 *Arthur Godsmark, Heather1938-39 *Harry Baker, Thistle1939-40 *Dr. Roy Snyder, Deer Lodge1940-41 *William Brock, CPR1941-42 *Jack Millar, Civic Cal1942-43 *Cornelius "Mike" McNulty, Sperling1943-44 *Harry Low, Fort Garry1944-45 *Myrt Mills, Starbuck1945-46 *Hilton Grose, West Kildonan1946-47 *Oscar Qually, Dacotah1947-48 *Bill Kerby, Deer Lodge1948-49 *P.J. Hallenmans, Swan Lake1949-50 *Wilf Young, Civic Cal1950-51 *Jens Nissen, Drayton, N.D.1951-52 *Harold Scrymgeour, St. John’s1952-53 *Sam S. Square, Seven Sisters1953-54 *Roy Powers, Fort Garry1954-55 *Cliff C. Allbutt, Charleswood1955-56 *Charlie H. Harness, Victoria1956-57 *Alex Buchanan, Argyle1957-58 *Harold Murphy, Deer Lodge1958-59 *Chaud Johnson, Drayton, N.D.1959-60 *Scott Laing, Thistle1960-61 *Steve Vance, Charleswood1961-62 *Joe Upritchard, Pointe du Bois1962-63 *Alex Laird, Deer Lodge1963-64 Mel Jenkins, Victoria1964-65 *Charlie Precious, Pointe du Bois1965-66 Al Grundy, Victoria1966-67 *John Melinski, Whitemouth1967-68 *Al Langlois, Fort Rouge1968-69 *Gordon Bondy, Drayton, N.D.1969-70 Herb R. Edy, Pointe du Bois1970-71 *Ted Armstrong, Valour Road1971-72 Bob Chamberlain, West Kildonan1972-73 *Bill Noyes, Heather1973-74 *E.D. “Slim” Davis, Thistle1974-75 Herb Harvey, Grain Exchange1975-76 *Lou Henry, Charleswood1976-77 Lionel Porubanec, Civic Cal1977-78 *Hal Pullin, Fort Rouge1978-79 Charlie Baker, West Kildonan1979-80 Ward Putnam, Charleswood1980-81 *Ray Will, Thistle1981-82 *Charlie Copeland, Assiniboine Memorial1982-83 Claude Reid, Fort Rouge1983-84 Al Ingram, West Kildonan1984-85 Ray Machan, Charleswood1985-86 *Tom Bell, Valour Road1986-87 *Sam Brown, Deer Lodge1987-88 John Rasmussen, Victoria1988-89 *Ernie Shaw, West Kildonan1989-90 *Lorne Paterson, Thistle1990-91 *Ernie Delf, Fort Garry1991-92 Jim Barrie, Fort Rouge1992-93 Joe Dooley, Civic Cal1993-94 *Thom Fasano, Deer Lodge1994-95 Bud Newton, Valour Road1995-96 *Ray Cook, Springfield1996-97 Ron Lloyd, Fort Garry1997-98 Gord Boitson, West Kildonan1998-99 Bart Jenner, St. Vital1999-00 Bill Whiston, Charleswood2000-01 Roy Arndt, Falcon Lake2001-02 *Duncan McAuley, Fort Rouge2002-03 Dick Russell, Wildewood2003-04 Rick Steckler, Fort Garry2004-05 Glen Kirton, Deer Lodge2005-06 Nick Myketa, Civic Caledonian2006-07 Ed Tarapasky,Victoria2007-08 Ray Brown, CFB2008-09 Gord Cole, Fort Rouge2009-10 William MacDonald, West St. Paul*deceased100 curlmanitoba YEARBOOK – 2010/11


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