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

A P r i l <strong>·</strong> M A y 2 0 1 1<br />

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


2<br />

Memorable Moments<br />

Volunteer Appreciation Night<br />

The 14th Annual Volunteer<br />

Appreciation Night was held on<br />

February 23rd, <strong>2011</strong> in the Panorama<br />

Room. The theme this year was<br />

“Escape to Hawaii.”<br />

Thank you to everyone who<br />

attended and participated in<br />

this fun event!<br />

c a l g a r y w i n t e r c l u b . c o m | A p r i l . M a y 2 0 1 1<br />

Fitness – A Special Accomplishment<br />

Some fantastic accomplishments happened mid-February<br />

at the Alberta Special Olympics <strong>Winter</strong> Games held in<br />

Leduc Alberta. A few very talented and competitive<br />

young adults; Jan Kryzan, Carla Natland, and Christopher<br />

Demchuck performed incredibly well. Jan and Carla helped<br />

lead Floor Hockey Team Scorpions to a Bronze Medal at<br />

the Games and Christopher placed third in his division<br />

for the Slalom Skiing Event. On behalf of the Fitness Team<br />

we want to let them know how proud we are of their<br />

accomplishments. Great work Jan, Carla, and Christopher!<br />

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

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

commitment to the environment.


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

M i c h a e l B oy l e | 4 0 3 . 2 8 9 . 5 5 1 1 | c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

As I write this message, we may be getting our first taste of<br />

spring. It has been a long, cold winter for our city and the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> offers a welcome diversion to take our minds off of the<br />

weather. Spring registration is in full swing with excellent<br />

member response anticipated in all program areas. If you<br />

have not yet signed up, check online to see if programs are<br />

still available.<br />

After what seemed like an eternity, our expansion is finally<br />

underway. On February 14 th , we had our official sodturning<br />

ceremony. The event was well attended by members,<br />

construction partners, local politicians and our neighbours<br />

from the <strong>Calgary</strong> Police Service. The theme of our past,<br />

present and future makes me feel that we are on the road to<br />

a successful expansion that will benefit our <strong>Club</strong> for years to<br />

come.<br />

You will certainly have noticed the early signs of change<br />

around the facility. I would like to acknowledge all of the<br />

Curlers who ended the season early so that we could start<br />

with the initial stages of construction in the curling rink.<br />

The fences around the east perimeter and the construction<br />

trailer are two signs that work has started. As promised, we<br />

intend to keep you fully updated with the expansion and how<br />

it will affect different program areas.<br />

I am grateful to Paul Pasutto, Garry Lamb and all of the<br />

Construction Committee who have completed the initial<br />

tender package for our expansion. I am pleased to report that<br />

it was delivered on budget. We look forward to working<br />

hard with all of our construction partners to achieve good<br />

results on future tender packages.<br />

Finance Chair Dan Halyk reported at the last Board meeting<br />

that the <strong>Club</strong> is on solid financial footing. With the<br />

expansion, there are some capital budget items that will be<br />

fast-tracked to avoid work overlap and achieve savings.<br />

Our management and the Finance committee have identified<br />

these areas and are keeping a watchful eye on the <strong>Club</strong>’s<br />

finances.<br />

Inside this issue..<br />

2 Memorable Moments<br />

3 President’s Message<br />

4 <strong>Club</strong> Notices<br />

5 Food & Beverage<br />

6 Summer Camps & Programs<br />

9 Preschool & Childcare<br />

10 Skating<br />

11 Expansion Update<br />

11 Spring Fling<br />

15 Badminton<br />

16 Curling<br />

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

Your Board has been in discussions with management with<br />

an eye to accelerating Phase Two and Three of the expansion.<br />

This involves the food and beverage and banquet areas of the<br />

<strong>Club</strong>. Preliminary discussions of a revised plan with<br />

substantial cost savings and an earlier completion date are<br />

underway. Stay tuned for future updates.<br />

Our food and beverage survey was completed and the results<br />

have been posted on the website. Thanks to all who<br />

participated. As a result of this survey, we will be forming a<br />

Food and Beverage sub-committee to assist with<br />

improving the dining experience in all areas of the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

There will be Board and Management representation;<br />

however, we would like to have four or five members<br />

participate with this committee. Experience in the area would<br />

be great, but is not necessary. Please watch for details in <strong>Club</strong><br />

Connections or contact our CEO, Kevin Boyles, if you<br />

would like to participate.<br />

As I mentioned in my last message, our Heritage Committee<br />

has been formed with Deborah Eastwood as the<br />

Chairperson. It is her goal to help preserve the history of the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> for future generations. Please contact Deborah or<br />

the club office if you would like to assist in this task.<br />

I would like to say that if you haven’t attended a Volunteer<br />

Appreciation Night at the <strong>Club</strong>, and you are a volunteer,<br />

you owe it to yourself to come next year. On February 23 rd ,<br />

we had over 200 members in attendance. It is a great<br />

chance to meet fellow volunteers and sample some of the<br />

culinary delights prepared by Chef Nancy and her team.<br />

The <strong>Club</strong> lost a great volunteer this week with the passing of<br />

longtime member Murray Copot. Murray personified<br />

being a volunteer. We can all learn a lot from his lifetime of<br />

giving. Someone mentioned to me that he was like a<br />

grandfather to the <strong>Club</strong>. People like him make the <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> a better place. Let’s follow his example.<br />

See you at the <strong>Club</strong>!<br />

Mike<br />

18 Aquatics<br />

22 Fitness Profile<br />

25 Tennis<br />

26 Fitness<br />

28 Squash<br />

35 Bowling<br />

36 55 Plus Section<br />

38 Membership<br />

39 Members Directory<br />

41 April <strong>2011</strong> Calendar<br />

42 May <strong>2011</strong> Calendar<br />

43 Father/Daughter Ball<br />

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

c a l g a r y w i n t e r c l u b . c o m | a p r i l . M a y 2 0 1 1 3


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Membership: 403-338-2418<br />

For member services/inquiries:<br />

members@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

For sports related inquiries:<br />

sportsoffice@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

DireCt NuMBers<br />

The last 3 digits are locals:<br />

Administration<br />

Administration Office 403.338.2418<br />

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

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

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

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

Chantelle Pinder, Human Resources Manager 403.338.2428<br />

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

Russ Switzer, Member Services Manager 403.338.2401<br />

Food & Beverage<br />

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

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

Josef Wetteskind, Catering Sales Manager 403.338.2427<br />

Meredith Nelson, 818 Bistro Manager 403.338.2404<br />

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

Miguel Medrano, Snack Bar Manager 403.338.2426<br />

Athletics and Program Activities<br />

Anna Gorski, Aquatics 403.338.2408<br />

Dave McMaster, Badminton 403.338.2429<br />

Jim Channon, Bowling 403.338.2424<br />

Heather Mackie, Childcare & Preschool 403.338.2405<br />

Kim Perkins, Curling 403.338.2442<br />

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

Rick Mueller, Fitness 403.338.2436<br />

Linda Higgins, Skating 403.338.2421<br />

Ashley Read, Squash 403.338.2448<br />

May Hull, Sports Shop 403.338.2425<br />

Rick Johnston, Tennis 403.338.2447<br />

Housekeeping & Maintenance<br />

Bruce Marsales, Building Maintenance 403.338.2441<br />

Marty Hynes, Housekeeping Manager 403.338.2449<br />

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

CluB News<br />

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

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

June.July.August <strong>2011</strong> issue. Copy and advertising<br />

deadline for this issue is Tuesday, May 2, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

For advertising information, please contact Alisa<br />

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

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c a l g a r y w i n t e r c l u b . c o m | A p r i l . M a y 2 0 1 1<br />

Summer <strong>2011</strong> ProgramS regiStration DateS<br />

Summer Program Registration for Active Members opens on-line at 6:00 am on<br />

Tuesday, April 12 th . To register, log onto the Member side of our <strong>Club</strong> website at<br />

www.calgarywinterclub.com and click on the Quick Link to GameTime or go<br />

directly to GameTime if you have it bookmarked. Registration for Select Wait List<br />

Members opens at 6:00 am on Tuesday, April 19 th .<br />

<strong>Club</strong> HoliDay HourS of oPeration<br />

Good Friday, Friday, April 22, <strong>2011</strong><br />

6:45 am - 11:00 pm<br />

Aquatic Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Childcare Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Fitness Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Victoria Day, Monday, May 23, <strong>2011</strong><br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours: 6:45 am - 11:00 pm<br />

Aquatic Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Childcare Hours: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Fitness Hours: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

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

403.289.5511 | members@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

SPring Program evaluation anD feeDbaCk on-line<br />

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

game time regiStration - neW verSion<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> has been working with GameTime (our registration &<br />

court booking system providers) to improve registration for our members. Version<br />

2 is replacing the current version with up to date technology and new features. We<br />

anticipate that registration will be significantly improved and we will monitor the<br />

upcoming summer registration and subsequent registrations closely to ensure that<br />

the improvements are effective.<br />

To that end, the registration section of GameTime will have a new look and more<br />

options for members. This update allows us to provide options and features that<br />

were not available in the first version for program and event registration.<br />

The sport booking section to book courts for tennis, badminton & squash, bowling<br />

lanes, curling ice and massage will remain the same.<br />

Some new features include<br />

• advanced search options to look for classes by age or day of the week<br />

• options to change the view of the information that you see in the class listings<br />

• view classes in a list, by the day, by the week or by the month<br />

• advanced partner and team registration options<br />

Additional new features will be added over the next few months as well.


F o o d A n d B e v e r a g e<br />

B r a d tr a q ua i r | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 4 6 | B r a d t @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

fooD & beverage SPring HourS (aPril - may)<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Monday through Friday: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm<br />

Saturday: 10:30 am - 10:00 pm<br />

Sunday: 10:30 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Holidays: 11:30 am - 9:00 pm<br />

(Kitchen closed one half hour prior to published times)<br />

snack Bar<br />

Monday through Saturday: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Sunday: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Holidays: <strong>Club</strong> Hours of Operation<br />

(Hot kitchen closed one hour prior to published times)<br />

Catering Office<br />

Monday through Friday: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm<br />

S n ac k Ba r S u n day<br />

B r eakfaSt a l l day<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> winter <strong>Club</strong> is glad to<br />

offer a great new service to our members<br />

every sunday. we will now offer great new<br />

menu items for those who are late risers<br />

or just enjoy the opportunity to have<br />

breakfast at your discretion.<br />

Two Farm Fresh Eggs Any Style<br />

Rashers of Bacon or Pork Sausage or Ham<br />

Fresh Fried Potato gems<br />

Toast & Preserves (choice of white or brown or mulit-grain or<br />

sourdough bread)<br />

Condiments<br />

<strong>·</strong> value meals <strong>·</strong><br />

<strong>·</strong> MONDAY <strong>·</strong><br />

“calgary’s Own Spolumbo’s Sausage night”<br />

Weekly Featured Spolumbo’s Sausage<br />

Choice of Fries or Salad<br />

5:00 - 8:00 pm <strong>·</strong> $11.95/person<br />

<strong>·</strong> TUESDAY <strong>·</strong><br />

Pizza night<br />

5:00 pm - close <strong>·</strong> $11.95/Pizza<br />

Choice of 3 Toppings <strong>·</strong> Create your Own Creation<br />

Extra Toppings $0.50<br />

or<br />

Gourmet Pizzas off the Menu - $1.00 off<br />

(applies to 12” pizza only)<br />

<strong>·</strong> WEDNESDAY <strong>·</strong><br />

alberta carvery Buffet<br />

Items Featured are Locally Grown and Produced<br />

(Lamb, Beef, Pork, Chicken and Sausages)<br />

Selection of Salads and Desserts<br />

5:00 - 8:00 pm <strong>·</strong> Adults $21.95 <strong>·</strong> Seniors $20.95<br />

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

Children $1.25/year of age (3-10 years) <strong>·</strong> Children under 3 eat free<br />

<strong>·</strong>THURSDAY <strong>·</strong><br />

“Pasta feature”<br />

Featured Pasta created by 818 Kitchen<br />

5:00 - 8:00 pm <strong>·</strong> Market Price<br />

<strong>·</strong> FRIDAY <strong>·</strong><br />

cWc friday night Buffet<br />

Weekly Features including Hot Entreés and Cold Food Selections<br />

5:00 - 8:00 pm <strong>·</strong> Adults $19.95 <strong>·</strong> Seniors $18.95<br />

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

Children $1.25/year of age (3-10 years)<br />

Prices do not include gratuities or GST. Please make reservations in advance.<br />

weekly wednesday<br />

Alberta Carvery Buffet<br />

F o o d & B e v e r a g e<br />

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s u m m e r C a m p s & P r o g r a m s<br />

6<br />

Summer CamPS anD<br />

ProgramS regiStration<br />

On-line registration for summer<br />

camps and programs opens at 6:00 am<br />

on Tuesday, April 12 th for all Active<br />

members and April 19 th for Select<br />

Wait List members. Register in person<br />

at the Sports Office or on-line at<br />

gametime.calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Please note the following:<br />

• Participants must meet the age<br />

restriction specified.<br />

• All camps have limited enrollment<br />

so register early.<br />

• Cancellation deadline for all<br />

programs and camps is two (2)<br />

weeks prior to the start of the class.<br />

• To cancel from a program, a<br />

cancellation form must be filled out<br />

and turned into the Sports Office,<br />

or faxed at 403.289.2035, or sent<br />

electronically through GameTime.<br />

• Cancellation forms are available at<br />

the Sports Office or on GameTime.<br />

• Preschool camps not meeting<br />

mimimum registrations by June 15 th<br />

may be cancelled.<br />

s u m m e r C a m p s & P r o g r a m s<br />

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

aquatiC CamPS<br />

G Level 4 or Level 5 | ages 5+ G Synchro Fitness and Competitive<br />

1:15 - 2:00 pm | July 18 - 22 | $54.00 Preparation Camp<br />

G Finishing Touches Camp<br />

Level 6 - 10 | ages 5+ | 2:00 - 3:00<br />

ages 7 - 18 | 4:00 - 7:00 pm<br />

August 29 - September 2 | $125<br />

pm<br />

July 18 - 22 | $60.00<br />

This camp is designed for those athletes<br />

wanting to get in shape for the <strong>2011</strong>-2012<br />

G Level 4 or Level 5 | ages 5+<br />

synchro season.<br />

1:15 - 2:00 pm | August 8 - 12 | $54.00 G<br />

Seal Pups and Friends Summer Camp<br />

G Finishing Touches Camp<br />

Level 6 -10 | ages 5+ | 2:00 - 3:00 pm<br />

10:00 am - 12:00 pm | July 11 - 15<br />

$175<br />

August 8 - 12 | $60.00<br />

This exciting new summer camp is going<br />

G Synchro Competitive<br />

Performance and Adventure Camp<br />

ages 8 - 18 | 8:30 am - 3:30 pm<br />

August 8 - 12 | $350.00<br />

Pool training in the morning and a fun/<br />

adventurous off site activity in the<br />

afternoon!<br />

to be run by Bogdan Roatis, Head Coach<br />

of our Sea Lions swim team! The camp<br />

will focus on competitive swimming with<br />

a splash of varied aquatic fun! Get ready<br />

to try snorkelling, water polo, lifeguard<br />

sports, and much more! This camp is open<br />

to all members.<br />

c a l g a r y w i n t e r c l u b . c o m | A p r i l . M a y 2 0 1 1<br />

Summer CamP gueSt guiDelineS<br />

Guests are allowed at specific camps indicated by<br />

• All non members attending camps must be sponsored by an active/select waitlist<br />

member.<br />

• An application form must be filled out to apply to attend one of the camps.<br />

• Only camps listed on the form are available for non members to attend.<br />

• Guest camp fee is 25% in addition to the advertised member price.<br />

• Member sponsor will be responsible for the conduct of non member guests.<br />

• Members accounts will be charged for all costs associated with the non member<br />

camp fees.<br />

• If the sponsoring member cancels out of the program, the non member guest will<br />

also be automatically removed from the class.<br />

• Members and non member guests must cancel prior to the deadline or they will be<br />

charged the full fee for both people in the class.<br />

• A member can only sponsor one guest.<br />

• Non members may hand in application forms starting May 17, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

• A minimum of 50% of participants must be members in the class.<br />

G<br />

baDminton CamP<br />

High Performance Camp<br />

9:00 am - 4:00 pm | July 4 - 15<br />

Instructors: Dave/Dave/Tracy<br />

This camp is by invitation only. For more<br />

information, contact the badminton office<br />

at 403-338-2429.<br />

fitneSS<br />

Fast Track Body Makeover<br />

ages 16+ | 6:00 - 7:00 am<br />

July 4 - August 26 $195.00<br />

Hapkido: 1hr 1x/wk<br />

ages 10+ | 7:00 - 8:00 pm<br />

July 4 - August 24 | $30.00<br />

Hapkido: 1.5hr 1x/wk<br />

ages 10+ | 7:00 - 8:30 pm<br />

July 4 - August 24 | $45.00<br />

Hapkido: 1hr 2x/wk<br />

ages 10+ | 7:00 - 8:00 pm<br />

July 4 - August 24 | $50.00<br />

Hapkido: 1.5hr 2x/wk<br />

ages 10+ | 7:00 - 8:30 pm<br />

July 4 - August 24 | $65.00<br />

Extremely Ripped<br />

ages 16+ | 9:00 - 10:00<br />

July 9 - August 27 | $105.00


P.ar.t.y. CamPS<br />

Beat the heat with P.A.R.T.Y. camps this<br />

summer. There is something for everyone!<br />

Full Day Camps<br />

All full day camps include:<br />

• bagged lunches and one snack;<br />

• games, activities, crafts & Fun Zone;<br />

• and a Friday field trip.<br />

G Monster Multisport<br />

ages 7 - 11.11 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

July 11 - 15 or August 15 - 19 | $295.00<br />

Ready? Set? Go! Adventure, challenge,<br />

discovery and fun! This camp has a little<br />

bit of everything; dodgeball, outdoor<br />

games, crafts, yoga, survivor challenges<br />

and so much more!<br />

G Go Girls (Girls only)<br />

ages 7 - 11.11 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

July 18 - 22 | $295.00<br />

Gather up your<br />

girlfriends and leave the<br />

boys in the dust. This<br />

week is for the girls!<br />

Friendships and fun is<br />

the key to this week full<br />

of games, yoga, crafts,<br />

adventure and some<br />

serious girl time.<br />

G Outdoor Adventure Camp<br />

ages 7 - 10.11 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

August 22 - 26 | $295.00<br />

Get ready to face the elements! The<br />

majority of this camp will take place in the<br />

great outdoors. Exploring what the club<br />

and neighborhood has to offer. Activities<br />

will include; biking, orienteering, hiking<br />

and survivor challenges.<br />

G Half Day Camps<br />

Monday - Friday | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

No food is included | ages 7 - 11.11<br />

July 4 - 8 | July 11 - 15 | July 18 - 22<br />

July 25 - 29 | August 2 - 5 | August 8 - 12<br />

August 15 - 19 | August 22 - 26<br />

Half day camps will run WEEKLY<br />

throughout the entire summer. Activities<br />

may include: dodgeball, games, Fun Zone<br />

challenges, obstacle course, swimming,<br />

tag, outdoor activities, crafts and much<br />

more!<br />

PreSCHool CamPS<br />

There are 3 different types of Preschool<br />

camps this year. Some are regular<br />

preschool camps where we do crafts,<br />

games, activities and some time outside;<br />

some include a swim lesson each day and<br />

some include a squash lesson each day.<br />

regular Preschool Camps<br />

G Fun in the Sun<br />

ages 4 & 5 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm<br />

July 11 - 15 | $99.50<br />

Come join us for a week of fun with a<br />

different theme each day: Monster<br />

Monday, Tingling Tuesday, Western<br />

Wednesday, Thrilling Thursday and Fishy<br />

Friday. Each day will include some<br />

outdoor time and a small snack.<br />

G Kitchen Commotion<br />

ages 6.0 - 8.11 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

July 25 - 29 | $265.50<br />

Meal time can be a fun time. Your<br />

children will learn some basic skills that<br />

will enable them to help you cook, plan<br />

and serve healthy meals for your family.<br />

Every day the children will make their<br />

own lunch and one healthy snack (and we<br />

will provide the other snack). They will<br />

learn about healthy food choices and<br />

keeping healthy through games, stories<br />

and fun activities. We will also spend<br />

sometime outside enjoying the fresh air.<br />

G Wild, Wacky and Crazy<br />

ages 3.6 - 5.5 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm<br />

August 2 - 5 | $79.50<br />

Children will spend the week<br />

exploring new and different ways to paint<br />

and create. We will use<br />

different types of paint, different ways<br />

of painting and ways of using different<br />

materials. The activities in this camp will<br />

be geared to open ended art where they<br />

explore and experiment. Weather permitting<br />

some time will be spent outdoor each<br />

day. A small snack will be included.<br />

Tiny Tigers (half with Preschool<br />

leaders/half with sports) | ages 5 & 6<br />

9:00 - 4:00 pm | August 2 - 5 | $230.00<br />

Spend the morning learning about and<br />

exploring the great outdoors through<br />

crafts, art activities, stories as well as time<br />

outside on Nose Hill (weather permitting).<br />

Then spend the afternoon playing<br />

various sports around the CWC. This<br />

camp will also include a field trip on<br />

the Friday afternoon. Lunch and a<br />

snack are provided for this camp.<br />

G Going Buggy<br />

ages 3 | 9:30 am - 11:30 am<br />

August 15 - 19 | $69.50<br />

Children will have fun going buggy<br />

with bugs and insects. We will make<br />

all sorts of bug crafts, play games, and<br />

read bug stories. A small snack will be<br />

included.<br />

Preschool Camps with<br />

swimming lessons<br />

G Scamps & Swim Lessons<br />

ages 3 | 9:00 am - 11:30 am<br />

July 4 - 8 | $106.50<br />

Come scamper along our animal<br />

trail, as we focus on animals through<br />

stories, games and crafts. A small<br />

snack will be included. Each day will<br />

also include a swim lesson for the last<br />

30 minutes where the children will be<br />

divided into swim levels and taught a<br />

class.<br />

G Stampede Stomp & Swim Lessons<br />

ages 4 & 5 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

July 4 - 8 | $136.50<br />

Come to the <strong>Club</strong> and rope in some<br />

Stampede fun. We will make<br />

pancakes, have a rodeo, make western<br />

crafts and have a Stampede parade<br />

around the club. A small snack will<br />

be included each day. Each day will<br />

also include a swim lesson for the last<br />

30 minutes where the children will be<br />

divided into swim levels and taught a<br />

class<br />

G<br />

Under the Sea & Swim Lessons<br />

ages 4 & 5 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

July 18 - 22 | $136.50<br />

Come join our underwater adventure<br />

as we explore the sea through<br />

crafts, games, and stories. Each day<br />

will include a small snack. Weather<br />

permitting we will go outside a couple<br />

of times. Each day will also include<br />

a swim lesson for the last 30 minutes<br />

where the children will be divided into<br />

swim levels and taught a class.<br />

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G In My Backyard & Swim Lessons<br />

ages 4 & 5 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

August 8 - 12 | $136.50<br />

We will explore birds, weather, rocks,<br />

insects and many other fun things<br />

we can find outside. Each day will<br />

include crafts, art activities, stories<br />

and a small snack. We will go outside<br />

(weather permitting) a couple of days.<br />

Each day will also include a swim<br />

lesson for the last 30 minutes where<br />

the children will be divided into swim<br />

levels and taught a class.<br />

G Around the World & Swim Lessons<br />

ages 5 & 6 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

August 8 - 12 | $136.50<br />

Come travel the world with us as we<br />

visit different countries, and learn<br />

This camp will be full of action.<br />

about them through crafts, games,<br />

activities and stories. A small snack<br />

will be included each day. Each day<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 9:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

July 4 - 8 | $200.00<br />

will also include a swim lesson.<br />

G ages 11 - 16 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

Preschool Camps with squash<br />

July 4 - 8 | $200.00<br />

G On the Wild Side & Squash<br />

Munchkins<br />

ages 5 & 6 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

July 11 - 15 | $200.00<br />

July 11 - 15 | $144.50<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 9:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

Children will explore the wild and<br />

July 18 - 22 | $200.00<br />

wonderful world around us through<br />

games, crafts, activities and stories.<br />

We will go outside (weather<br />

G ages 11 - 16 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

July 18 - 22 | $200.00<br />

permitting) a couple of days. A small<br />

snack will be included. Each day<br />

will also include a fun introduction<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 9:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

July 25 - 29 | $200.00<br />

to squash taught by the squash pros.<br />

Games focusing on fun while getting<br />

used to the squash court environment<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 9:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

August 15 - 19 | $200.00<br />

are the main focus.<br />

G ages 7 - 10 | 9:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

G Time Travelling Fun & Squash<br />

August 22 - 26 | $200.00<br />

Munchkins<br />

ages 4 & 5 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

August 15 - 19 | $144.50<br />

G ages 11 - 16 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

August 22 - 26 | $200.00<br />

Come join us as we do crafts, games<br />

and stories about dinosaurs, pirates<br />

and outerspace. Each day will include<br />

a small snack and weather<br />

permitting we will go outside a couple<br />

of times. Each day will also include a<br />

fun introduction to squash taught by<br />

the squash pros. Games focusing on<br />

fun while getting used to the squash<br />

court environment are the main focus.<br />

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Skating CamP<br />

Please see page 10 for skating summer<br />

camp details.<br />

SquaSH anD aCtion CamPS<br />

The Squash and Action summer camps<br />

that we will be running during July and<br />

August are based on any junior keen to<br />

play squash, learn the basics of the sport<br />

or to play with their friends.<br />

Everyone will learn technique, rules and<br />

match play in a fun rewarding<br />

environment. These skills will be<br />

progressed throughout the week and on<br />

the final day there will be a mini<br />

tournament to test their new skills.<br />

tenniS CamPS<br />

G Early Starters<br />

5 - 7 years | 9:00 - 10:00 am<br />

July 4 - July 7 | $56.00<br />

G<br />

Early Starters<br />

5 - 7 years | 11:00 - 12:00 pm<br />

July 11 - July 14 | $56.00<br />

G Early Starters<br />

5 - 7 years | 9:00 - 10:00 am<br />

July 18 - July 21 | $56.00<br />

G Under 10<br />

7 - 10 years | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

July 4 - July 7 | $112.00<br />

G Under 10<br />

7 - 10 years | 1:00 - 2:00 pm<br />

July 11 - July 14 | $56.00<br />

G Under 10<br />

7 - 10 years | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

July 18 - July 21 | $112.00<br />

G 11 and over<br />

11 - 18 years | 2:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

July 4 - July 7 | $112.00<br />

Cardio Tennis Camp<br />

18+ years | 9:00 - 11:00 am<br />

July 11 - 14 | $128.00<br />

Cardio Tennis Class<br />

18+ years | 12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

Tuesday, July 5 | $16.00<br />

Cardio Tennis Class<br />

18+ | 12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

Thursday, July 7 | $16.00<br />

Cardio Tennis Class<br />

18+ | 12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

Monday, July 18 | $16.00<br />

Cardio Tennis Class<br />

18+ | 12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

Wednesday, July 20 | $16.00<br />

Summer camPS and PrOgramS regiStratiOn<br />

On-line registration for summer camps and programs opens at<br />

6:00 am on tuesday, april 12 th<br />

for all Active members and<br />

April 19 th for Select Wait List members.<br />

Register in person at the Sports Office or on-line at<br />

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CHilDCare SPring HourS<br />

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

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

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

Friday, April 22 nd (Good Friday): 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Monday, May 23 rd (Victoria Day): 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

aWay anD Play<br />

• 2 ½ hours any afternoon between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm<br />

• $20.00/child<br />

• No Shows: $20.00/child<br />

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

• There will be NO Away and Plays available April 24 - 30.<br />

This is a program that allows parents to leave their children in<br />

the childcare while running errands, going to appointments or<br />

just taking a break. You must pre-book as there are a limited<br />

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

are also booked for infant childcare.<br />

SPring gym/muSiC ClaSSeS<br />

Spring gym/music programs as well as Beginning Steps and<br />

Giggles classes all finish the last week of May.<br />

June ClaSSeS<br />

There are some classes available for the month of June, please<br />

check Game Time for details.<br />

SPring infant bloCk bookingS<br />

Spring infant block bookings continue until June 30 th . If your<br />

classes end before then and therefore you will not be using<br />

your times, please cancel them with childcare to avoid being<br />

charged.<br />

Summer infant bloCk bookingS<br />

July 4 - August 27<br />

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

starting on:<br />

• Monday, June 13 th at 8:30 am for Active members<br />

• Monday, June 20 th at 8:30 am for Select members.<br />

These are for infants (6 weeks to 18 months) who will be<br />

coming at the same times each week. You can make up to 3<br />

block bookings each a maximum of 2 hours.<br />

weekly Friday Night Dinner Buffet<br />

Kids under 3 eat Free!<br />

CelebrationS<br />

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

Each class is 1 ½ hours.<br />

Celebration: Easter Fun<br />

Monday, April 18 th | 1:00 - 2:30 pm | $15.00/child<br />

Celebration: Mother May I<br />

Monday, May 2 nd | 1:00 - 2:30 pm | $15.00/child<br />

Celebration: My Dad is Awesome<br />

Monday, June 13 th | 10:00 - 11:30 am | $15.00/child<br />

*please note different time!<br />

You can register for these today on Game Time.<br />

Summer HourS<br />

We will once again be open Wednesday and Friday evenings<br />

until 8:00 pm this summer. All other days we will close at<br />

4:00 pm.<br />

beginning StePS for fall <strong>2011</strong><br />

There are still a few spaces available for the Tuesday/<br />

Thursday afternoon class. Check Game Time for details or<br />

pick up a brochure from the Childcare.<br />

CHilDCare foCuS of tHe montH<br />

Food Free Area<br />

The childcare centre and coat room are Food Free Zones.<br />

In order to keep the childcare safe for all children including<br />

those with severe allergies, we need to keep the space<br />

completely food free.<br />

Please help us ensure the safety of all children by keeping<br />

food out of the childcare or keeping it completely wrapped<br />

and in a bag. If the childcare staff find food on the counters<br />

that is not wrapped and in a bag they will dispose of it.<br />

If your child has a severe allergy to any food or medicine<br />

please make sure you let us know. If they have an Epi-pen we<br />

have a special form you can complete to allow us to use it if<br />

needed. If they do not have an Epi-pen, it is still important<br />

to tell us as some of our classes include food and we need to<br />

know to make the class safe for your child. All allergies can<br />

be put into Game Time so that for any class your child is in,<br />

the attendance sheet will show they have an allergy. Please<br />

talk to Heather Mackie (Preschool Director) if your child has<br />

any allergies.<br />

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DateS to mark on your CalenDar<br />

April 5 Parent/Executive Meeting at 6:45 pm in the<br />

Upper Board Room, CWC<br />

April 15 - 17 Sunsational Invitational Competition<br />

Edmonton, AB<br />

April 21 - 23 Glencoe “No Frills” Competition<br />

April 30 Annual CWC Competition and Banquet<br />

May 3 CWC Skating Section AGM<br />

SPring Warm uP CamP<br />

We will be running our usual 10 day spring warm up camp.<br />

This will take place at the Crowchild Twin Arenas from<br />

June 13 - 24. Brochures will be available soon and we will be<br />

sending them out to all Skate Canada skaters and parents.<br />

Summer Skating CamP<br />

We are excited to introduce our new collaborative summer<br />

skating camp.<br />

A few of the <strong>Calgary</strong> North Skating <strong>Club</strong>s are joining forces<br />

to create a school with all the perks needed to gain maximum<br />

development for the athletes. The biggest being the<br />

momentum the skaters give each other, having a full variety<br />

of levels and ages working towards common goals. This<br />

connection with other clubs allows us an open awareness of<br />

the growth in the sport as a whole.<br />

Dartfish software (video playback tool) harness lessons,<br />

outdoor running track and proper off-ice studio with mirrors<br />

and ballet bars are at our disposal. Stroking and spin classes<br />

will be part of the daily training with theme days to add some<br />

fun for the kids. There is adequate outdoor space for a picnic<br />

lunch outside on their 45 min. lunch breaks. The summer<br />

camp will take place at the Henry Viney (Renfrew) Arena<br />

and will run throughout the month of July. A high/low test<br />

day will take place near the end of the month. More concrete<br />

dates and info to come.<br />

We realize the venue is not as convenient as we are used to,<br />

but the reasons for this change are all for progressive reasons.<br />

We can understand the fear of change and the fear of the<br />

unknown. We ask you to embrace this change and come with<br />

us on this exciting journey. Just think about this... If nothing<br />

ever changed, there’d be no butterflies.<br />

uPComing teSt Day<br />

• Low Test Day: April 20<br />

Please check our skating bulletin board and “Friday News”<br />

for updates.<br />

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Skater of tHe montH - DeCember: kiran fong<br />

Kiran was out to practice during most of the Christmas<br />

holidays. She is close to and determined to land a new double<br />

jump. She not only practices all disciplines of skating, but also<br />

participates in off-ice and competes at the STARSkate level in<br />

both interpretive and free-skate events. Kiran is an excellent<br />

role model and abides by all of the skating section rules; she<br />

hands in her music in a timely manner and is dressed appropriately<br />

for each session. Kiran is also a program assistant for our<br />

Learn to Skate and preschool programs. Well done Kiran!<br />

Skater of tHe montH - January: Zoe CaSCaDDen<br />

Zoe is normally the first one onto the ice for the early morning<br />

practices and often the last one off. Since the summer she has<br />

passed her Junior Silver Skills and 3 dance tests. Zoe<br />

continually works diligently on her Freeskate and Interpretive<br />

programs as well as her dances and skills. She will be<br />

competing at the STARSkate Championships in the<br />

Introductory Interpretive event. Zoe just recently landed her<br />

fist axel and is working hard towards her first double jump.<br />

She also helps out as a program assistant on Saturdays. Thank<br />

you for all of your hard work Zoe.<br />

Skater of tHe montH - february: megan tuCker<br />

Megan’s hard work has paid off after landing her axel in just a<br />

short time. She continues to improve in all areas of her<br />

skating with an eagerness to be on the ice on time and prepare<br />

her program for upcoming competitions. She has progressed<br />

in the quality of her practices as well as attentiveness in both<br />

group and private lessons. Your passion for skating is shining<br />

through, Megan. Keep up the great energy!<br />

CoaCHeS tiP<br />

Mental Practice goes a long way.<br />

Using pen and paper to practice each segment of your routine,<br />

along with mental imagery of key points to remember, help<br />

prepare and organize thoughts into actions. Gradually<br />

shifting from slow- to real time and then listing to your music<br />

and visualizing the actual performance with your costume in<br />

the performance venue. The key to positive thinking is taking<br />

control of what you say to yourself. How we react to events is<br />

largely a matter of choice. Practice being realistic with your<br />

goals and supportive with your fellow skaters!<br />

As we wind down our season, let’s take a minute to<br />

remember just how far we have come this year. If you see<br />

that someone has accomplished a huge feat – let them<br />

know. Thank a friend for their help and support but most of<br />

all thank your parents for getting you to and from the rink.<br />

Without them, none if this would be possible. Hope to see<br />

you all out this summer. ~ The CWC Skating Section<br />

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FA S H I O N S H O W<br />

& L U N C H E O N<br />

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Update #4<br />

Construction has begun! The curling<br />

parking lot is now closed until the<br />

completion of the construction. The<br />

upper parking lot has also been closed<br />

off for a limited time.<br />

In this edition of the <strong>Club</strong> News we<br />

will be highlighting a specific area<br />

within the Expansion - the Youth and<br />

Teen Rooms.<br />

They have been designed as two<br />

separate rooms, one for the youth<br />

(ages 6-12) and one for the teens (ages<br />

13-18), with an office for the Youth &<br />

Teen Coordinator located between<br />

the rooms with access to both. Amber<br />

Wright, CWC Lifestyles Coordinator<br />

interviewed the Youth and Teen<br />

Committee, as well as individuals in<br />

Expansion U pdatEs<br />

that age category, in order to discuss<br />

the ideal look and feel of the rooms.<br />

The Teen Room will be designed to<br />

have a funky café style atmosphere.<br />

The use of low tables, cushions, and<br />

bean bag chairs will help to create this<br />

environment. This room will be used for<br />

a variety of purposes which is why there<br />

is no fixed furniture. In this area, Amber<br />

and her team, will be programming<br />

for a variety of activities such as movie<br />

nights and video game competitions.<br />

In addition, the space will be used as a<br />

study hall and a general hang out. The<br />

teens are presently working on creating<br />

art work, with the help of a local artist<br />

and CWC member, that will help to give<br />

the new room their own personal touch.<br />

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Get ready for Spring by attending our Annual Spring Fling.<br />

We will be hosting a great workout followed by lunch<br />

and a fantastic fashion show featuring Mariah’s clothing.<br />

Velvet Jane will also be set up on site for a great<br />

shopping experience. This is your chance to stock<br />

up on accessories just in time for Mother’s Day.<br />

Sign up at the Fitness Desk for the<br />

workout from 9:15 am - 10:30 am.<br />

The Spring Fling sells out every year<br />

so register early. Registration opens on<br />

Game Time Wednesday March 16, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

Call 403.289.5511 to book your table.<br />

Cost is $29.95 plus GST.<br />

The Youth Room will have a more<br />

standard look and feel. It will have<br />

fixed tables and chairs for crafts,<br />

games, teaching, and studying as well<br />

as TV’s with video games and foosball.<br />

There will be similar programming in<br />

this area, but adapted to a younger<br />

age group.<br />

Located directly behind the Youth<br />

and Teen Rooms there will be a multipurpose<br />

area that can be utilized as a<br />

Breakout Room for combined events,<br />

programming, and activities.<br />

We are very excited about the addition<br />

of these areas and what it will mean for<br />

the youth and teen members of the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

This will be their own special space, and<br />

possibly even their home away from home.<br />

FOR MORE I N FORM ATION PLEASE CONTACT MELISSA ROWE<br />

AT 403.289.0040 EXT 262.<br />

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Members are reminded that registered league and ladder<br />

participants (September 2010 - April <strong>2011</strong>) were billed a one<br />

time fee of $10.00 (in March <strong>2011</strong>) to help defer the cost of<br />

the season wind-up.<br />

aDult WinD-uP<br />

Members are reminded that this year’s farewell to the season<br />

will take place Thursday, April 7 th beginning with cocktails at<br />

7:00 pm followed by dinner at 7:30 pm and a serious party to<br />

follow! All year-end awards and <strong>Club</strong> Championship prizes<br />

will be presented at this time, as well as over $1,000 in door<br />

prize give aways. There is no cost for league and ladder<br />

participants. Guests and non-ladder participants are<br />

welcomed. Cost is $34.99 per person. Please sign up on<br />

GameTime.<br />

SPring SeSSion uPon uS<br />

Members are reminded that our spring session begins<br />

Monday, April 11 th . Registration is now open on GameTime<br />

for all of our spring activities.<br />

CalenDar of eventS<br />

April 3 - 7 <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

April 7 Adult Wind-up<br />

April 11 - 16 Canadian Senior and Masters Championships<br />

May 2 - 7 Junior National Championships<br />

monDay DoubleS Set for neW format next<br />

SeaSon<br />

The Monday doubles program will move from a league<br />

format to a ladder protocol in September <strong>2011</strong>. The basic<br />

registration will continue to remain the same in that you will<br />

be responsible to register with a partner. The professional<br />

staff will now be present to run the program on a ladder basis.<br />

This will hopefully reduce the phone calls between partners,<br />

and opponents when attempting to reschedule matches,<br />

eliminate no shows and void any contentious spare issues.<br />

Please note that all teams will be divided into 2 groups, the<br />

first beginning at 6:30 pm, and the second at 8:00 pm.<br />

Movement will continue to occur between the two groups on<br />

a predetermined schedule.<br />

weekly Monday<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong>’s Own spolumbo’s Night<br />

Winning PerformanCeS given by CWC JuniorS<br />

Congratulations to the following CWC athletes for their<br />

winning performances at the Royal Glenora Junior:<br />

Imran Wadia U16 Boys Doubles<br />

Austin Bauer U14 Boys Doubles<br />

Nathan Wong U14 Mixed Doubles<br />

CWC to HoSt korean team in may<br />

14 Seniors and Masters players from Korea will be visiting<br />

the CWC commencing the last week in May, for a cultural<br />

exchange involving travel, food and drink, and, of course,<br />

plenty of badminton! Through a series of National Seniors<br />

circuit results, Yonex Korea will be selecting 5 male and 5<br />

female athletes who will travel to <strong>Calgary</strong> for this exchange<br />

opportunity. Participants will tour the area, immerse<br />

themselves in our Canadian culture, and of course, train and<br />

compete with their CWC counterparts. This previously<br />

scheduled undertaking will also facilitate a reciprocal visit.<br />

baDminton CamP<br />

We are offering an invitation only High Performance Camp<br />

this summer with instructors Dave, Dave and Tracy. The<br />

camp will run from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, July 4 - 15. Confirm<br />

registration with the Badminton Pro. Space is limited to the<br />

first 30 participants.<br />

Upcoming F&B Events<br />

Easter Brunch & Dinner - Sunday, April 24, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner - Sunday, May 8, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Father’s Day Brunch - Sunday, June 19, <strong>2011</strong><br />

B a d m i n t o n<br />

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C u r l i n g<br />

K i m P e r k i n s | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 4 2 | k i m p @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

<strong>Club</strong> CHamPionSHiPS<br />

Senior Men’s: Paul Gowsell, Bill Stirling, Alan Rogers and<br />

Brian Byl<br />

Senior Ladies: Arthena Fleming, Audrey Buchanan, Lois<br />

Robostan, Jennifer Scott and Sharon Huculak<br />

Women: Michelle Ewanchuk, Audrey Buchanan, Deb<br />

Gregor, Lois Robostan<br />

Men: Doug Baird, Hobe Horton, Jim Maldaner, Neil Dell,<br />

Dennis Schmidt<br />

Mixed: Brian Woychuk, Meridee Fockler, Mark<br />

Woychuk, Kristin Woychuk, Dwayne Woychuk, Marilyn<br />

Woychuk<br />

Juniors: Mark Blatchford, Graham Barnouw, Jacob<br />

Huffman, Chris Gill<br />

uPComing eventS<br />

April 8 - 9 City Championships, Glencoe <strong>Club</strong><br />

April 8 Men’s Wind-up Banquet<br />

April 9 Mixed Wind-up Banquet<br />

May 7 SACA Meeting and Banquet<br />

May 24 <strong>Club</strong> Managers Golf Tournament,<br />

Inglewood Golf & Curling <strong>Club</strong><br />

June 10 - 11 Alberta Curling Federation Meeting,<br />

location TBA<br />

SaCa agm anD banquet: may 7<br />

The Southern Alberta Curling Association AGM will take<br />

place at 10:30 am at the North Hill Curling <strong>Club</strong> on May 7 th .<br />

Each curling club has two votes on motions brought forward<br />

at the meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend and view the<br />

proceedings. The Annual SACA Awards Banquet will be held<br />

later that evening at the Danish Canadian <strong>Club</strong>. Volunteers<br />

and playdown champions will be recognized for their<br />

accomplishments. Call the SACA office at 403-246-9300 for<br />

information and tickets.<br />

<strong>Club</strong> managerS golf tournament: may 24<br />

As usual, the Curling <strong>Club</strong> Managers’ Association will hold<br />

their annual charity golf tournament at the Inglewood Golf<br />

and Curling <strong>Club</strong>. This year’s tournament will be held on<br />

May 24 th . The CWC normally enters a number of two man<br />

teams. For more details, please speak to Kim in the<br />

curling office and register on GameTime.<br />

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Jam Can bonSPiel roCkS our HouSe<br />

The CWC once again hosted the CYCA Jam Can Bonspiel<br />

on February 12 th . CWC junior curlers, Max Gosselin, Lucas<br />

Gosselin, Taya Ferguson, Brooklyn Phelan, Cassidy<br />

Couture, Mason Juke, Andrew Ridley, Ethan Davies,<br />

Kayla Reinholz, Camden White, Annabelle Ackroyd,<br />

Abigail Ackroyd, Ashley Lawson, Shelby Lawson,<br />

Bronwyn Hansen and James Hansen all did us proud by<br />

playing their hardest and having a great time.<br />

laDieS inter<strong>Club</strong> bonSPiel<br />

Congratulations Ladies Interclub Bonspiel Champions,<br />

Michelle Ewanchuk, Audrey Buchanan, Jennifer Scott,<br />

and Joanne Godziuk.<br />

CongratulationS team kleibrink<br />

Alberta Champion Shannon Kleibrink and her team of Amy<br />

Nixon, Bronwen Webster and Chelsey Bell, representing<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, made the <strong>Club</strong> proud at the <strong>2011</strong><br />

Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Charlottetown, PEI. They<br />

finished the round robin with a 6 and 5 record narrowly<br />

missing the playoffs.<br />

PlayDoWn reSultS<br />

Senior Ladies Provincial Qualifier - Diane Foster, June<br />

Campbell, Karen Morrison, Glenna Rubins, Barbara<br />

McDonald<br />

Senior Men’s Southern Qualifiers - Brent Syme,<br />

Paul Gowsell, Wayne Cox, Alan Rogers, Bill Stirling<br />

Master’s Men’s Southern Qualifiers - Doug Baird,<br />

Jim Maldaner, Wayne Barrowcliffe, J.R. McDonald<br />

Dominion <strong>Club</strong> CHamPionSHiPS<br />

Men’s and Women’s teams from across the country will have<br />

the opportunity to compete to be the National <strong>Club</strong><br />

Championships again this season. We will have a couple of<br />

great teams representing the CWC at this season’s regional<br />

event to be held March 25 - 28 at the Banff and Canmore<br />

Recreation Centres.<br />

<strong>2011</strong>/2012 SeaSon regiStration: SePtember 7 tH<br />

This is just an early reminder that the annual Curling<br />

Section Registration & Annual Meeting will be held at<br />

7:00 pm on Wednesday, September 7 th . Mark it on your<br />

calendar now! Please be reminded that due to the <strong>Club</strong><br />

expansion, our <strong>2011</strong>/2012 season will be starting the week<br />

after Thanksgiving.


tHank you volunteerS & Staff<br />

Our junior curling programs could not be successful without<br />

the help of many volunteers and of course, my trusted staff.<br />

As your curling professional, I rely heavily on a dedicated<br />

group of individuals who give up their time every week to<br />

help with our junior and adult instructional programs. I would<br />

like to say a special thank you to the following people who<br />

were instrumental in the success of our programs this year.<br />

Administration and Instruction<br />

Bob McLay Heather Layton<br />

Palmina Melicchio Heather Rogers<br />

Junior Curling Volunteers<br />

Terry Spiker Joanne Hansen<br />

Jarrett Spiker Mark Blatchford<br />

Dion Graf Nathan Mah<br />

Tianna Yablonski<br />

This year a whole army came forward to assist with<br />

instruction of elementary schools. We had a record number of<br />

school groups this year and I would like to thank the<br />

following instructors for volunteering their time and<br />

expertise:<br />

Bob McLay Carolyn Maher<br />

Lois Robostan Rob Hawley<br />

Barb McDonald Gary Maher<br />

Deb Gregor Lauren White<br />

Lyann Ross-Lamb Dianne Kvisle<br />

Carsten Stanjeck Jodi Paisley<br />

Joanne Hansen Judy Persson Thomas<br />

Dee Leibel Jim Strain<br />

Jorge Da Silva Al Grose<br />

Andy Jones Jim McLellan<br />

enD of anotHer SeaSon<br />

Well, here we are again nearing the end of another season. We<br />

hosted our usual array of fall events including the Palmer,<br />

Diamond and St Nick’s spiels. December and January<br />

included the Kingsmith and the Juvenile/Bantam<br />

Pre-playdown Spiel.<br />

January made us all proud as a number of CWC teams<br />

advanced through the various levels of playdowns.<br />

The CWC season wrapped up with the various <strong>Club</strong><br />

Championships. Thanks to all the curlers for their patience in<br />

working within the time constraints we faced due to the ice<br />

coming out so early this season. The <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

were followed by the City Championships at The Glencoe<br />

<strong>Club</strong> in mid-April.<br />

It was another great season. Now it’s to get outside and enjoy<br />

the sunshine!<br />

Have a wonderful summer.<br />

A m b e r wr i g h t | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 3 5<br />

a m b e rw @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

it’S yOur BirtHday<br />

WANT TO THROW A PARTY ALL YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE JEALOUS OF?<br />

Put us to work for you!<br />

GETTING STARTED;<br />

* What’s your vision? Don’t have one, we can help with that too.<br />

*Approximately how many guests,<br />

children and adults, will you be inviting?<br />

Check out our Birthday Party information located on our<br />

internal club website for more information and ideas.<br />

For children’s parties (less than 15 people or in the fun<br />

zone) please contact Shannon Laser, Birthday Party<br />

Coordinator, at birthdayparties@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

Shannon is in the <strong>Club</strong> Monday and Wednesday evenings<br />

from 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm<br />

For Adult parties and Children’s parties larger than 15<br />

people, please contact Josef Wetteskind, F&B Coordinator,<br />

at josefw@calgarywinterclub.com or 403-338-2427<br />

Pre-booking any kind of gathering at the <strong>Club</strong> is crucial to<br />

making your event a success. Whether it is a small group of 12<br />

friends looking to celebrate in the cafeteria or a group of 150 in<br />

a banquet room our staff needs to know ahead of time.<br />

* Walk-in parties will be subject to available seating and menu<br />

only food orders. No special requests *<br />

It is our greatest desire to make any and every event<br />

exceed your expectations.<br />

tHe fun ZOne iS Here late aPril.<br />

BOOk early and yOu WOn’t Be<br />

diSaPPOinted!<br />

See the website for details<br />

C u r l i n g | P . A . r . t . Y<br />

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DateS to remember<br />

• Pool hours for Good Friday, April 22 nd are 7:00 am to<br />

9:00 pm. No programs or lessons will be scheduled.<br />

• Summer registration begins on April 12 th<br />

• Pool hours for Victoria Day, May 23 rd are 7:00 am to<br />

9:00 pm. No programs or lessons will be scheduled.<br />

• The Aquatics Committee AGM will be held on<br />

May 11 th at 5:30 pm.<br />

• The pool will be closed on Sunday, May 29 th from<br />

6:00 to10:00 pm for lifeguard training.<br />

SPring ProgramS<br />

Boat Course<br />

Sunday, May 1 st | $90.00<br />

This course teaches the material necessary to write the BOAT<br />

licensing exam. Exam time and fee included.<br />

water safety instructor<br />

May 6 - 15 | $265.00 | pre-requisite: AWSI & 15 years of age<br />

aDult leSSonS<br />

Beginner: Fridays | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm | $32.00<br />

Stroke Development: 10:00 - 11:00 am | $32.00<br />

tHinking about beComing a lifeguarD?<br />

Follow these steps…<br />

Step #1<br />

Bronze Medallion (Pre-requisite: 13 years of age OR 12 years<br />

of age and have Bronze Star award)<br />

April 1 - 17 | $182.00<br />

Step #2<br />

Bronze Cross (pre-requisite: Bronze Medallion)<br />

April 1 - 17 | $167.00<br />

Step #3<br />

Standard First Aid (SFA is a pre-requisite for NLS & can be<br />

taken at anytime)<br />

April 9 - 10 | $140.00<br />

Step #4<br />

NLS (pre-requisite: Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid and 16<br />

years of age. This is the Nationally recognized course for<br />

Lifeguarding.<br />

May 28 - June 26 | $320.00<br />

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uPDateS<br />

seal Pups<br />

The Seal pups program ends on April 28 th and will resume<br />

again in September. If your child is interested in obtaining a<br />

Red Cross certification (a badge) for adequate level, please<br />

enter their registration in Game Time to the “Seal Pups Water<br />

Safety Program”. These four lessons will be held on<br />

Tuesdays, May 3 & 10 and Thursdays, May 5 & 12 at their<br />

regular time, 4:30 - 5:15 pm. The cost is $27.00. This<br />

program is open to those 5 years old and older. Children will<br />

receive a Red Cross badge and a report card.<br />

sea lions<br />

We have been very busy in the last few months with Seniors,<br />

Age Group Trials, and Age Group Provincials for our short<br />

course season and are now training hard for long course<br />

which includes our older swimmers getting up very early to<br />

train at the Talisman on Tuesday and Thursday mornings! All<br />

swimmers will certainly deserve a spring break from not only<br />

school, but a rest from swimming.<br />

In the next few months, we still will be doing some travelling.<br />

There will be a meet in Edmonton to practice our long course<br />

skills. The smaller swimmers are looking forward to their<br />

team-building swim meet in Fernie with dinner, t-shirt and a<br />

water slide. The qualified swimmers are looking forward to<br />

an outdoor meet in Missoula, Montana, which should be hot<br />

and lots of fun.<br />

We invite all those who are interested to come to try-outs that<br />

will be held on May 16, 17 and 18 from 4:30 - 5:00 pm. The<br />

coaches are looking forward to meeting potential swim club<br />

members! If you have any questions about the program<br />

before try-outs, feel free to contact Bogdan, Michelle or<br />

Joylin by dropping them an e-mail at<br />

sealions@calgarywinterclub.com or check us out by going to<br />

the aquatics section of the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> website.<br />

Summer camPS and PrOgramS regiStratiOn<br />

On-line registration for summer camps and programs opens at<br />

6:00 am on tuesday, april 12 th<br />

for all Active members and<br />

April 19 th for Select Wait List members.<br />

Register in person at the Sports Office or on-line at<br />

gametime.calgarywinterclub.com


Masters<br />

On Saturday, January 29, <strong>2011</strong>, the Clippers co-hosted with<br />

the Foothills Masters Swim <strong>Club</strong>, a Masters Swim Meet at the<br />

CWC. 85 swimmers from across Alberta competed. The<br />

Clippers had a fine turn out of 14 swimmers that included<br />

first time racers to vets. The results showed the Clippers<br />

unofficially scored the most points! The Sea Lion<br />

swimmers and parents provided the majority of the officials<br />

for the meet. It was a lot of fun to hear the Sea Lion<br />

swimmers express colourful, coaching comments to their own<br />

parents during the races.<br />

We then hosted a lovely meal in the Skyline Room for 50<br />

people. This gave us the opportunity to socialize with our<br />

own team mates and other swimmers from the visiting teams.<br />

Many of the visiting Masters commented on how well the<br />

meet was organized and how much fun they had!<br />

Thank you to the Sea Lions Swim <strong>Club</strong>, the CWC Aquatic<br />

Staff, our on deck coach, Darlene Diminutto, and the CWC<br />

Food and Beverage staff. You made it easy for us and we will<br />

host this meet again next year!<br />

aquatiC Summer CamP Sneak Peek!<br />

Synchro Competitive Performance and Adventure Camp<br />

8:30 am - 3:30 pm | Aug. 8 -12 | $350.00<br />

Pool training in the morning and a fun/adventurous off site<br />

activity in the afternoon! Open to athletes aged 8 - 18.<br />

Synchro Fitness and Competitive Preparation Camp<br />

4:00 - 7:00 pm | August 29 - September 2 | $125.00<br />

This camp is designed for those athletes wanting to get in<br />

shape for the <strong>2011</strong>-2012 synchro season. Open to athletes<br />

ages 7 - 18.<br />

neW!! Seal PuPS anD frienDS Summer CamP<br />

10:00 am - 12:00 pm | July 11 - 15 | $175.00<br />

This exciting new summer camp is going to be run by Bogdan<br />

Roatis - Head coach for our Sea Lions Swim Team! The<br />

camp will focus on competative swimming with a splash of<br />

varied aquatic fun! Get ready to try snorkeling, water polo,<br />

lifeguards sport and much more! This camp is open to all<br />

members.<br />

sea sprites<br />

This year, the Sea Sprites first competition, the Michelle<br />

Cameron Invitational, was a routine-only meet (no figures),<br />

located in Lethbridge. This allowed all of our competitive<br />

athletes to go to the same meet for the only time this year. It<br />

was inspiring for the younger swimmers to watch how<br />

fantastic and accomplished their older teammates are! The<br />

older swimmers in turn did a great job encouraging and<br />

supporting their younger teammates.<br />

Our PAC teams had an awesome showing! Many of these<br />

athletes were competing for their very first time and the point<br />

spread to the top is within the grasp of every team!<br />

U10 Team: 4 th of 7 teams<br />

U12 Team: 2 nd of 6 teams<br />

U12 Duet: 4 th - Emma Berry and Signa Lauf<br />

7 th - Autumn Collier and Stephanie Wallace<br />

U12 solo: 4 th - Breanne Bauer<br />

6 th - Julia Batycky<br />

The NAG swimmers had a fantastic meet also! Our girls are<br />

among the youngest swimmers in this category, competing<br />

against teams that are older and have been competing in this<br />

category for 3+ years. In spite of this, the point spread to the<br />

top is a completely attainable gap!<br />

Blue Team: 5 th of 8 teams<br />

White Team: 7 th of 8 teams<br />

U15 Duet: 4 th - Caitlin Kohrs and Astrid Lauf<br />

U15 Solo: 9 th - Danielle Chang<br />

U15 Combo Team: 2 nd<br />

The Sea Sprites are starting to plan for the <strong>2011</strong>-2012 season<br />

and we are looking for girls from the <strong>Club</strong> to join us. If your<br />

daughter thinks she might be interested, talk to us and we will<br />

be happy to tell you all about it. We are planning a<br />

Try-Synchro event for June, so watch for more information<br />

on this in the coming weeks.<br />

tsunamis<br />

Congratulations to the Tsunamis Swim Team at the past<br />

competition in Wetaskawin. Some excellent personal best<br />

times were achieved, as well as plenty of first place ribbons.<br />

The club’s senior team took home the overall title this year.<br />

Congratulations to the following swimmers who attended;<br />

Scott Southwood, Andrew Edy, Jessica Burkart, Alex<br />

Sura, Megan MacFayden, Dana Poscente, Megan<br />

Honeychurch, Emily Paslawski, Marielle Paslawski,<br />

Abbey Allegro, Noelle McCusker, Caitlin Acquroff, Lucas<br />

Burkart, Joel Wensel, Aamon Magnusson, Nolan<br />

Rockwell, and Payton Hayes.<br />

weekly thursday<br />

Chef’s Feature Pasta Night<br />

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aquatiC fitneSS<br />

All Aqua fitness Classes are cancelled on:<br />

• Good Friday, Friday, April 22 nd<br />

• Victoria Day, Monday, May 23 rd<br />

Regular session classes end on June 30 th .<br />

Summer regiStration – aPril 12 tH<br />

Just a reminder that for all registered classes, a minimum of 6<br />

people must be registered for a class to run<br />

We will be running a reduced program for the months of July<br />

and August.<br />

Registration will be in Game Time for the 2x/week program.<br />

Coupons will also be accepted for drop in. Registration will<br />

start on April 12 th and coupons can be purchased at the front<br />

desk!<br />

Fall registration will be in June. Our fall program will start<br />

after the Labor Day weekend. First day of classes will be<br />

Tuesday, September 6, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

NEW<br />

c o u p o n book<br />

We are excited to announce the introduction of a new coupon<br />

book which allows you to access both aqua fitness and fitness<br />

drop-in classes. Starting July 1, <strong>2011</strong> a book of 10 coupons can<br />

be purchased for $80 which can be used in both departments.<br />

These new coupon books will replace all current fitness and<br />

aqua fitness coupon books. Any existing coupons will be honored<br />

until July 1st, 2012. With this new format you will be able<br />

to access more classes and have a wider variety of choices to<br />

choose from. What does this mean for you?<br />

• Using these coupons allows you to drop in to any aqua<br />

fitness or fitness drop-in classes<br />

• Gives you flexibility when you can’t be there for every class<br />

• All Coupons must be given to the instructor at the beginning<br />

of class<br />

• Half of the coupon can be used for any express fitness<br />

classes<br />

• You can purchase them at the front desk or fitness desk<br />

• Both departments still have other formats for which you can<br />

still register:<br />

Aquatics<br />

Best Value Registration on Game Time $55.<br />

Fitness<br />

Monthly Group Fitness Registration on Game Time for $55.<br />

Please note single billing will no longer be available.<br />

However you still have the flexibility of dropping<br />

into classes with the use of a coupon.<br />

With this new stream-lined format you will be able to attend<br />

more classes and get more value for your money.<br />

You will be able to try other classes that you always<br />

wondered about, but never acted on!<br />

A schedule of drop-in classes will be updated regularly and<br />

available in each department, at the Sports Office, on-line<br />

throught the website or in “Schedules” in GameTime.<br />

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Water exerCiSe for artHritiS relief<br />

fun anD effeCtive!<br />

Everybody knows exercise is a significant part of staying<br />

healthy. As anyone with arthritis can tell you, though, when<br />

your joints say no to play, exercise goes from pleasurable and<br />

stimulating activity into a trial of how much pain you can<br />

tolerate.<br />

The tendency when suffering from arthritis is to keep your<br />

joints as motionless as possible. The problem is that this leads<br />

to weakening of the muscles and tendons and a stiffening of<br />

joints, which makes the pain worse over time. It is a<br />

self-feeding cycle difficult to break out of.<br />

One solution comes in the form of The Arthritis Foundation<br />

Aquatics Program, a warm water exercise program designed<br />

by the Arthritis Foundation. Why warm water exercise? The<br />

warmth offered by hot water allows muscles to relax and<br />

intensifies circulation of blood to the joints. In fact, ever since<br />

the discovery of the first hot springs, humans have used the<br />

miracle of warm water baths to fight aching joints.<br />

Besides reducing the pain in your joints, exercising in water<br />

permits body weight to be supported. This makes exercising<br />

in water easier, safer and more relaxing. Not only that, but the<br />

resistance that water provides as your body moves in it helps<br />

strengthen muscles<br />

These days, what with spas, health clubs and backyard hot<br />

tubs, just about anyone has access to a pool of hot water to<br />

relax in. Not only does this bring some immediate relief of<br />

arthritis symptoms, but it also provides us with a great<br />

environment in which we can exercise.<br />

You should consult your doctor before beginning water<br />

exercise. Water exercise is completely safe for most people,<br />

with a few exceptions. If you have suffered serious joint<br />

damage or replacement surgery you may be among them.<br />

Your doctor will know what’s right for you. Also be aware of<br />

temperature. Water between 83 and 88 degrees Fahrenheit is<br />

ideal for exercise. Anything over 100 degrees may be<br />

relaxing, but can lead to overheating. After you’ve gotten the<br />

doctor go ahead, it’s time to get started.<br />

The Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program exercises can be<br />

found in the free brochure “Water Exercise: Pools, Spas and<br />

Arthritis” from the Arthritis Foundation. Classes are also<br />

offered at local pools nationwide. Contact your local Arthritis<br />

Foundation office for information. The classes are lead by a<br />

trained instructor, usually last between 45 minutes to an hour<br />

and are scheduled 2 to 3 times a week.<br />

With a doctor’s guidance, whether at a local pool or at home,<br />

a water exercise program is a fun and effective way to combat<br />

arthritis and keep joints and muscles healthy


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T H E C a l g a r y W i n T E r C l u b<br />

Fitness Profile<br />

rick Mueller | Fitness & Lifestyle Director<br />

If you haven’t had a chance to meet Rick Mueller, our new Fitness & Lifestyle<br />

Director yet, you are missing out on some great stories. Rick was born on May<br />

2nd, 1965 in Toronto Ontario. Or as he would like to say the world was blessed<br />

on that day; as you can already tell Rick has a very good sense of humor. Out<br />

East Rick was working for the Sports <strong>Club</strong>s of Canada where he was in charge of<br />

adventure programming along with his fitness management role. This included<br />

anything from canoe trips, to ropes courses, to ice fishing, and dog sledding.<br />

Although Rick enjoyed life out East he decided it was time for a change and on<br />

December 3rd, 2003 Rick packed up his rented Dodge Durango and headed out<br />

West to <strong>Calgary</strong>. Rick however wasn’t coming out by himself. Not only is he an<br />

adventure seeker, he is also a HUGE dog lover, so his two dogs Bear and Chocpaw<br />

were passengers on the journey out West as well.<br />

Upon arriving in <strong>Calgary</strong>, Rick already had a job lined up at World Health <strong>Club</strong> as<br />

the Personal Training Manager for two locations. After just a few short years, of<br />

working for two separate gyms, Rick was moved over to the Edgemont location<br />

which was their flagship gym. After a year there Rick turned the Personal Training<br />

department around and it went from a $30,000 per month revenue producer to<br />

$110,000 per month revenue generator. Rick was loving his job, living his dream,<br />

and enjoying life in <strong>Calgary</strong>. He enjoyed the membership base at the Edgemont<br />

World Health <strong>Club</strong> and really valued seeing the results of so many people who<br />

reached their goals and even exceeded their fitness expectations.<br />

Even though Rick loved his job, after about two years, he started to burn out and<br />

his job hit a plateau. He was working 16 hours a day and had limited time to<br />

pursue his love of adventure. He was searching for something else, his spirit for<br />

life was not being fulfilled, and he wanted more.<br />

During this time of self-evaluation Rick decided to get involved with The Arthritis<br />

Society and the Joints in Motion program. He set his sights high on the Mountain<br />

of Kilimanjaro (which has a summit of 19,341 feet) and is the largest mountain in<br />

Africa. Rick made his mind up and decided to go for it. Go big or go home!<br />

The days leading up to the trek were filled with excitement and anticipation; the<br />

adventure he was taking on was incredible. On March 1st, 2007 the group started<br />

out on their trek to reach to summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. The first couple of<br />

days were not as intense as the summit climb, but they were still a test of the<br />

climber’s ability and state of mind. Each climber goes through some sort of<br />

altitude sickness; however, it affects people in different ways. At 4,000 meters Rick<br />

was suddenly hit with altitude sickness and there was still roughly 2 kilometers of<br />

vertical climb to go, so the team camped low that night. The next day Rick made<br />

it to the final camp at 4500 meters which is where they camped for a few hours<br />

before continuing the trek to the summit. During the ascent there were a lot of<br />

emotions going through Rick’s mind as he struggled with his altitude sickness and<br />

thoughts of how was he ever going to make it to the top. Rick states, “I needed<br />

to manage the moment, and just remember to put one foot in front of the other.”<br />

At 10:00 pm the group set out on their 16 hour summit attempt. The temperature<br />

was so cold that the water in their camel packs froze if they didn’t take a drink of<br />

water every few minutes.


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rick Mueller | Fitness & Lifestyle Director<br />

Half way up the final leg of the trek Rick came across a companion that was having<br />

trouble with his water supply, and even though Rick was having troubles of his<br />

own, as always, he was still willing to think of others. The adrenaline that came<br />

over Rick at that moment was incredible; he was given a huge boost by helping<br />

another person reach their goal of getting to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. After<br />

helping his fellow trekker, he now set his sights and focus back on the summit.<br />

With renewed determination Rick reached the summit at 8:30 am on March 5th,<br />

2007 and without delay his porter gently reminded him of his earlier decision to<br />

climb even higher past the summit which he proceeded to do. “We had done it,”<br />

states Rick. The quest that he had been searching for since leaving Ontario had<br />

finally been realized and his need for adventure fulfilled. Rick remembers the<br />

entire process as being more about the smaller accomplishments and not just the<br />

final destination. “I remember pushing through the pain, and everything about the<br />

entire process from start to finish, and that was the accomplishment for me” states<br />

Rick. I guess the saying is true that it’s not reaching the top that counts; it’s the<br />

journey to get there that matters.<br />

Once Rick returned from Africa, he was already setting his sights on his next<br />

adventure. Not even giving himself much time to collect his thoughts, and realize<br />

his incredible accomplishment, he signed up for the Kelowna full marathon in<br />

October of 2008. Rick’s goal was to have a good enough race time in Kelowna<br />

to qualify for the Boston Marathon. His final time was three hours and thirty<br />

eight minutes which unfortunately didn’t qualify him for Boston, but was still an<br />

accomplishment that can be held in very high regard. Two weeks after that Rick<br />

participated in his first Body Building competition; again not giving himself much<br />

time to sit back and enjoy what he has done over such a short period of time.<br />

This need for adventure, and drive for accomplishment, is one of the many reasons<br />

why the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is very lucky to have Rick Mueller as our new Fitness<br />

& Lifestyle Director.<br />

One of the main reasons that Rick decided to come to the <strong>Club</strong> is because of the<br />

quality of members we have and the chance to work with so many unique and<br />

interesting people. “I really wanted to get back to a service oriented environment,<br />

and the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is a new challenge that I am really looking forward to”<br />

says Rick. In the Fitness Centre Rick wants to raise the member experience to a<br />

whole new level. He really wants to advance our fitness department into an area<br />

that members fully enjoy and in which they feel challenged. In the short time that<br />

Rick has been here he has already started a number of new fitness challenges,<br />

created the fitness tip of the week, and is really working on engaging members<br />

and motivating them to come up to the Fitness Centre and see what’s new. The<br />

renewed buzz around the <strong>Club</strong> regarding the Fitness Centre, and the Personal<br />

Training department, is very exciting and with Expansion 2012 the sky is the limit.<br />

With Rick Mueller as the leader of our Fitness team our members can look forward<br />

to novel goals and challenges, an improved atmosphere in the Fitness Centre, and<br />

an even larger focus on living a healthy lifestyle.<br />

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tenniS teamS tournament anD WinD-uP<br />

Party: may 6 - 7<br />

The teams tournament will be held May 6 th and May 7 th . Play<br />

starts at 6:00 pm on Friday, May 6 th and continues at 1:00 pm<br />

on Saturday. Players can register online and will be placed<br />

on a team by the pros. You will play several fun half hour<br />

doubles matches with everyone on your team. The tournament<br />

will appeal to intermediate to advanced players. Cost is<br />

$50 and includes the wind-up party on Saturday, May 7 th .<br />

Separate tickets to the wind-up party can be purchased<br />

on-line through Game Time for $45 which includes dinner.<br />

DoubleS & mixeD DoubleS <strong>Club</strong><br />

CHamPionSHiPS<br />

The Doubles and Mixed Doubles <strong>Club</strong> Championships were<br />

held January 24 - 30.<br />

The finals of the Mixed Doubles A division saw Scott<br />

Rutherford and Heather Szpecht defeat Dorothy Kirk<br />

and Curran Wearmouth. In the Men’s Doubles final, Scott<br />

Rutherford and Ken Rutherford defeated Brent<br />

Cumberford and Curran Wearmouth.<br />

Ladies A final saw Kelsi Oliphant and Michaela Sherven<br />

defeat Mikaela Bennett and Heather Szpecht.<br />

The rest of the winners were:<br />

Mens B - Terry and Jeff Demeza<br />

Mens C - Dave Patterson and Dan Adams<br />

Ladies B - Lynn Jang and Amanda Szpecht<br />

Ladies C - Pat Fryers and Barb Elder<br />

Mixed B - Bruce Roberts and Tammy Wolcott<br />

Mixed C - Pat Fryers and Ron Foyer<br />

The tournament finals were a success. Many players watched<br />

the finals and enjoyed the excellent omelette bar. Thanks to<br />

Lynn Jang for helping organize the tournament.<br />

t e n n i S a g m<br />

ann glenn memorial<br />

SPortSmanSHiP aWarD ( tenniS )<br />

This award will commemorate Ann Glenn, a<br />

tennis player who embodied the highest<br />

standards of attitude and behavior both on and<br />

off the court. The recipient - male or female<br />

-personifies the ideals of good<br />

sportsmanship.<br />

Individuals being considered for the award are respectful and<br />

courteous to both partners and opponents alike. They believe<br />

in the greater good of the sport over individual achievement.<br />

They are known for their fairness, determination and integrity<br />

and are gracious and enthusiastic whether they are winning or<br />

losing.<br />

Application/Nomination forms are available at the <strong>Club</strong>’s<br />

front desk and are to be submitted by April 30, <strong>2011</strong>. This<br />

award will be presented by the CWC tennis committee<br />

annually at the Tennis wind-up party held in the spring.<br />

Junior ProvinCial CHamPionSHiPS<br />

The following CWC juniors competed in the recently<br />

completed Indoor Provincial Championships:<br />

Champs Provincials<br />

Mikaela Bennett - 1 st U18 & U16 Doubles, 2 nd U16<br />

Singles, 5 th U18 Singles<br />

Westin Bennett - 7 th U18 Singles, 3 rd U18 Doubles<br />

Kelsea Gorzo - 4 th U14 Singles<br />

Kelsi Oliphant - 2 nd U18 Singles & U16 Doubles, 3 rd U16<br />

Singles, 4 th U18 Doubles<br />

Curran Wearmouth - 1 st U18 Doubles, 2 nd U18 Singles<br />

Sidney Yap - 7 th U16 Singles<br />

Challengers Provincials<br />

Michaela Sherven - 1 st U18 Singles<br />

Congratulations to all the juniors for a successful provincial<br />

indoor season, and best of luck for the outdoor season!<br />

The Tennis section will host<br />

its Annual General meeting<br />

May 17 th at 7:00 pm. weekly Friday Night Dinner Buffet<br />

Kids under 3 eat Free!<br />

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F i t n e s s<br />

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

a meSSage from tHe fitneSS DireCtor<br />

In my initial four weeks in the role of Fitness and<br />

Lifestyle Director I have had the opportunity to meet many<br />

members and get a greater understanding of the culture at the<br />

<strong>Club</strong>. Moving forward I see the opportunities for fitness at<br />

the <strong>Club</strong>. Our programming is diverse and offers a plethora of<br />

opportunities for all members to become involved in exciting<br />

programs to help inspire you to greater fitness levels.<br />

fitneSS Programming<br />

We have specialty and group programs geared<br />

towards aerobic conditioning, strength and balance, body<br />

transformations etc. please check on GameTime for all the<br />

programs available and choose which is best for you.<br />

Some new initiatives introduced to help inspire you to better<br />

health and fitness are the introduction of:<br />

• workout of the week;<br />

• tip of the week;<br />

• the recognition of the week; and<br />

• monthly fitness challenges.<br />

Each week there will be a new bit of information in each<br />

category. I invite you to email kylem@calgarywinterclub.<br />

com to be put on the list for the weekly e- newsletter “club<br />

connections”.<br />

Celebration of SuCCeSS<br />

I know there are a lot of great and inspirational fitness and<br />

health stories amongst our membership base. For those of<br />

you who would like to share your success we are going to be<br />

collecting your inspirational stories which will be compiled<br />

into a brag book. Your successes can be as simple as “I just<br />

wanted to get back into exercise then within a few months<br />

I ran my first 10 km run”. We want to start compiling your<br />

personal achievements to help others spark their passion.<br />

fitneSS Centre HoliDay HourS<br />

Good Friday - Friday, April 22, <strong>2011</strong><br />

7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Victoria Day - Monday, May 23<br />

7:00 am - 9:00 pm<br />

friday, april 15 th<br />

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WHat Can PerSonal training Do for you?<br />

We have a diverse team of personal trainers. Our team of<br />

Trainers are a wealth of knowledge and are university<br />

educated in physical education or Kinesiology.<br />

There is some ambiguity as to what a trainer does. Do they<br />

count reps? Or are they a paid friend? Although clients have<br />

fun and get more from their training than on their own, many<br />

things our personal trainers do include:<br />

• postural exercises;<br />

• athletic conditioning for all levels;<br />

• change intensity of exercise as you become<br />

increasingly fit;<br />

• teach proper movement patterns so you can increase<br />

your functional longevity;<br />

• nutritional guidance;<br />

• PARE test readiness training (police, firefighters etc);<br />

and<br />

• post rehab conditioning etc.<br />

Essentially, even if you are training two times per week, you<br />

have a trainer 24/7/365 because of the homework and lifestyle<br />

guidance and support they provide to you.<br />

Enlisting the help from our personal training team can propel<br />

you to effectively reach your goals in an inspirational and<br />

professionally guided way.<br />

neW P.a.r.e. training<br />

We are proud to introduce a personal training program for<br />

those members interested in joining the fire department or the<br />

police force. Via specific and targeted training for each<br />

individual we will be able to prepare you for the physical<br />

fitness test. Please contact us for a consultation to determine<br />

the ideal training timeline.<br />

Call to aCtion<br />

Which programs will you inquire about? Register for the<br />

weekly <strong>Club</strong> Connections e-mail newsletter. E-mail<br />

kylem@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

a n n ua l S P r i n g f l i n g faSH i o n S H oW a n D lu n C H e o n<br />

Mark it on your calendar! The annual Spring Fling Fashion Show and Luncheon is right around the corner.<br />

Enjoy a workout in the Fitness Centre followed by a great lunch and fashion show featuring clothing from Mariah’s.<br />

Also included this year will be shopping on site with Velvet Jane. Don’t miss out!<br />

Sign up on GameTime.


neW DroP in SkiPPing ClaSS<br />

Watch out for our new skipping program starting on<br />

Wednesday, April 6 th at 5:30 pm in Studio C with Joshua Han.<br />

Benefits of skipping include: improved cardiovascular fitness,<br />

coordination, and power. All fitness levels are welcome and<br />

no prior skipping experience is required.<br />

SPring regiStereD ProgramS<br />

With our fabulous expansion being under way, we will be<br />

temporarily losing the use of Studio C. Any programs<br />

currently running in Studio C will be relocated to another<br />

location in the <strong>Club</strong> approximately mid May. We look<br />

forward to continuing to service you with our programs<br />

during this exciting time of change. Instructors will update<br />

members on their new locations.<br />

Summer ProgramS regiStration<br />

On-line registration for fitness summer programs opens at<br />

6:00 am on Tuesday, April 12 th for all Active members and<br />

April 19 th for Select Wait List members. Please see page 6 for<br />

summer fitness programs or on-line through GameTime.<br />

NEW<br />

c o u p o n book<br />

We are excited to announce the introduction of a new coupon<br />

book which allows you to access both aqua fitness and fitness<br />

drop-in classes. Starting July 1, <strong>2011</strong> a book of 10 coupons can<br />

be purchased for $80 which can be used in both departments.<br />

These new coupon books will replace all current fitness and<br />

aqua fitness coupon books. Any existing coupons will be honored<br />

until July 1st, 2012. With this new format you will be able<br />

to access more classes and have a wider variety of choices to<br />

choose from. What does this mean for you?<br />

• Using these coupons allows you to drop in to any aqua<br />

fitness or fitness drop-in classes<br />

• Gives you flexibility when you can’t be there for every class<br />

• All Coupons must be given to the instructor at the beginning<br />

of class<br />

• Half of the coupon can be used for any express fitness<br />

classes<br />

• You can purchase them at the front desk or fitness desk<br />

• Both departments still have other formats for which you can<br />

still register:<br />

Aquatics<br />

Best Value Registration on Game Time $55.<br />

Fitness<br />

Monthly Group Fitness Registration on Game Time for $55.<br />

Please note single billing will no longer be available.<br />

However you still have the flexibility of dropping<br />

into classes with the use of a coupon.<br />

With this new stream-lined format you will be able to attend<br />

more classes and get more value for your money.<br />

You will be able to try other classes that you always<br />

wondered about, but never acted on!<br />

A schedule of drop-in classes will be updated regularly and<br />

available in each department, at the Sports Office, on-line<br />

throught the website or in “Schedules” in GameTime.<br />

ComPlementary CHallengeS<br />

Please see our April and May challenges listed on page 38.<br />

tmJ - tHe temPoromanDibular Joint<br />

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most used<br />

joints in the body, yet it is often ignored and overlooked. This<br />

is the hinge joint of the jaw. TMJ syndrome often starts as a<br />

tolerable nuisance, perhaps a low-grade soreness or an<br />

annoying click. For many people, this slowly intensifies to<br />

become a debilitating and painful condition affecting two of<br />

life’s greatest pleasures - eating and talking! Some of the risk<br />

factors for developing a TMJ problem are poor posture,<br />

stomach sleeping, bruxism (teeth clenching and grinding),<br />

stress, gum chewing, nail biting, hypermobile joints, past<br />

motor vehicle accidents, and upper neck problems.<br />

Frequently, there are related headaches, dizziness, facial<br />

pain, neck pain and stiffness, and ear ringing or pain. In fact,<br />

sometimes the primary complaint is not TMJ pain or clicking,<br />

but the TMJ may be the primary source of symptoms such as<br />

neck pain and headaches. The TMJ should always be<br />

evaluated in the presence of the symptoms mentioned above.<br />

One of the first signs of a TMJ disorder is a click with<br />

opening. Clicking usually indicates altered timing between<br />

the jawbone and the disc. This may be due to an overactive<br />

muscle attaching to the front of the disc called the lateral<br />

pterygoid. Some simple muscle retraining and muscle release<br />

therapy can quickly improve the joint function and relieve the<br />

symptoms. Recent studies have shown that compliance with<br />

specific exercises are highly effective in treating TMJ<br />

disorders compared to a control group who received no<br />

muscle retraining.<br />

Many people are surprised that physiotherapy can be a<br />

valuable tool in treating TMJ disorders. It is, however, just<br />

like every joint in the human body in terms of anatomy.<br />

There are muscles, nerves, ligaments, a joint capsule and a<br />

joint disc. These are the structures that we routinely assess<br />

and rehabilitate throughout the body. We can use specific<br />

exercises, joint mobilizations, acupuncture, pain modalities<br />

like TENS or ultrasound, and education. It is strongly<br />

recommended that every patient has also been evaluated by<br />

their dentist. A dentist can assess whether a mouth guard is<br />

appropriate, or if there are any contributing dental issues.<br />

With a proper evaluation, physiotherapy is a safe, effective<br />

tool in managing this complex disorder.<br />

Lisa Siemens is pleased to offer TMJ disorder assessment and<br />

treatment. She is available through the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

Sport Physiotherapy Clinic at 403-289-0040.<br />

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Junior Nationals<br />

For the first time since 2005 our <strong>Club</strong> will be hosting a major<br />

national squash event. We are very proud to announce that we<br />

will be hosting the Canadian National Junior Championships.<br />

From April 28 th through to May 1 st the very best juniors from<br />

around the country will be at our <strong>Club</strong> fighting out for top<br />

honors. This is a great opportunity for our own top juniors to<br />

test themselves at the highest level and for the next generation<br />

to witness at close hand how dynamic this sport can be.<br />

end of season wind-up<br />

May 14 th | 7:00 pm<br />

Our end of season wind-up will again be held at Squash<br />

Chair, Lesley Hayes’s, home. This is our chance to celebrate<br />

another great squash season, all players young and old and<br />

their families are invited. Please keep and eye on notice<br />

boards and your e-mails for further details on this event.<br />

Junior <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

We will be running our Junior <strong>Club</strong> Championships this<br />

season on Friday, April 15 th and Saturday, April 16 th . There<br />

will be categories for boys and girls U19,17,15,13 and U11.<br />

Please register through Game Time.<br />

Family Fun Doubles<br />

This year we will be running our family doubles event again<br />

on May 14 th from 1:00 to 3:30 pm. All parents that have<br />

children who play are invited to join this fun afternoon of<br />

squash. We will have categories for all abilities. Please register<br />

through Game Time.<br />

uPComing event DateS<br />

April 15 & 16 Junior <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

April 24 Junior Advance and Novice Grand Prix<br />

April 28 - May 1 Junior National Championships<br />

May 14 Family Fun Doubles<br />

May 14 End of the Season Wind-up<br />

May 29 Junior Advance and Novice Grand Prix<br />

June 12 Junior Advance and Novice Grand Prix<br />

weekly tuesday CwC Pizza Night<br />

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Summer SquaSH anD aCtion CamPS<br />

The Squash and Action summer camps that we will be<br />

running during July and August are ideal for any junior keen<br />

to play squash, learn the basics of the sport or to play with<br />

their friends. Everyone will learn technique, rules and match<br />

play in a fun rewarding environment. These skills will be<br />

progressed throughout the week and on the final day there<br />

will be a mini tournament to test their new skills. This camp<br />

will be full of action. Some of these camps may be joined<br />

with another sport at the club, for further information please<br />

consult the summer camp guide. Each camp will cost $200.<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 9:00 - 12:00 pm | July 4 - 8<br />

11 - 16 year olds | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | July 4 - 8<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | July 11 - 15<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 9:00 - 12:00 pm | July 18 - 22<br />

11 - 16 year olds | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | July 18 - 22<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 9:00 - 12:00 pm | July 25 - 29<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 9:00 - 12:00 pm | August 15 - 19<br />

7 - 10 year olds | 9:00 - 12:00 pm | August 22 - 26<br />

11 - 16 year olds | 1:00 - 4:00 pm | August 22 - 26<br />

altituDe anD attituDe Summer CamP<br />

This year, we are launching a week long summer training<br />

camp for the elite junior. We feel that we have a truly world<br />

class facility and coaching team. In addition, we are thrilled<br />

to announce that we have been successful in securing one the<br />

most sought after coaches in the world to be our lead coach.<br />

Martin Heath, originally from Scotland, spent 6 consecutive<br />

years ranked inside the world’s top 10 reaching his highest<br />

ranking of world number 4 in 1999. Following his very<br />

successful playing career Martin relocated to the US to pursue<br />

a coaching career, a career that has seen highlights such as<br />

him becoming the US Teams National Junior Men’s coach<br />

and head US Team coach at the World University<br />

Championships. Martin’s day to day job is as head squash<br />

coach at The University of Rochester. Under Martin’s<br />

leadership in five short years the university team rose from<br />

a ranking of No. 28 to No. 4, the quickest rise of any team<br />

in the 90 year history of the US College Squash Association.<br />

This is an ideal opportunity for our top junior players to learn<br />

from a coach who has had both a spectacular playing career<br />

and now is undoubtedly one of the world’s leading coaches.<br />

For more information, please contact Ashley.


tournament reSultS<br />

Canada winter Games<br />

The Canada <strong>Winter</strong> Games are held every four years. This<br />

year’s event was held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Around 20<br />

different sports are present with squash being one of them.<br />

Each province fields a team of the top 2 ranked players in<br />

their U17 and U19 categories. This year, we were proud that<br />

two of our members represented Alberta: Jason Field for the<br />

boys team and Evelyn Moorhouse for the girls. Both had a<br />

great time and helped their teams to very respectable finishes.<br />

The boys finishing fourth overall and the girl’s going one<br />

better and taking home the bronze medal, finishing third in<br />

their event. Congratulations to both!<br />

Alberta closed results<br />

The Glencoe <strong>Club</strong> hosted this year’s Alberta Closed event,<br />

attracting a strong field from far and wide. Competition<br />

was always going to be tough. Standout performances for<br />

the week were from: Dustin Paisley who continued his<br />

recent vein of good form, reaching the final of the level 2<br />

event, eventually losing a very tight match to Tyler Lee from<br />

Edmonton; from Neil Pohlman who cruised through to the<br />

final of the men’s level three before narrowly losing to Alex<br />

Scherer; and from Brent Brooker who comfortably reached<br />

the final of the men’s level 4 before losing to the Glencoe’s<br />

Nathan Lao. Congratulations to all three.<br />

Glencoe Junior Open<br />

With a great squad of 33 juniors from our program<br />

descending on the Glencoe for their annual junior open event<br />

expectations were always going to be high. Our juniors did<br />

not disappoint. Victorious in their categories were: Brett<br />

Schille, Bobby Cragg and Kate Dumaine.<br />

Runners-up were: Noel Heaton, Aaron Kunik, Hannah<br />

Treleaven, Tyson Schille and Brooklyn McCasey.<br />

Congratulations to all winners and runners-up and all others<br />

who took part.<br />

BC jesters<br />

Assistant pro, Susie King, travelled with ten of our juniors to<br />

Victoria, BC to compete in the prestigious BC Jesters, held at<br />

the Cedar Hill <strong>Club</strong> in February. Again valuable<br />

experience was gained by all players, in particular Tyson<br />

Schille who won his event as well as Brett Schille, and<br />

Samantha Roberts who placed second in her event.<br />

Summer camPS and PrOgramS regiStratiOn<br />

On-line registration for summer camps and programs opens at<br />

6:00 am on tuesday, april 12 th<br />

for all Active members and<br />

April 19 th for Select Wait List members.<br />

Register in person at the Sports Office or on-line at<br />

gametime.calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Alberta Junior Championships<br />

This year, the Glenora <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, hosted the Alberta<br />

Junior Championships. Once again, our junior section was<br />

out in force with 28 juniors travelling north. The event always<br />

has the added significance as it is the final event for juniors to<br />

try to secure a place on team Alberta. After a couple of days<br />

of fierce competition, we came away with three titles and five<br />

second place finishes. Our girls played very well. In the U11<br />

category we saw a dominating display from our members. We<br />

took places 1, 2 and 3. Lara Kunik won defeating all<br />

opponents without dropping a game. Kate Dumaine played<br />

very well to earn a well deserved second place and Brooklyn<br />

McCasey came in third. Gillian Chick had a great match in<br />

the final of the U13 category, losing by the narrowest<br />

margin a nail biting 5 set match. In the U15 event, our players<br />

secured spots 2, 3 and 4 spots with Hannah Treleaven<br />

placing second after a tough 4 game match in the final.<br />

Evelyn Moorhouse placed second in the U17 event losing to<br />

experienced campaigner Heather Yong in the final.<br />

The boys continued bringing home results. Alex Collins<br />

playing only his second event beat Tyson Schille, also a<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> member in an enthralling final that went the full<br />

five games. Graham Kerford, coming back from an injury,<br />

played controlled squash to reach the final, losing out<br />

eventually to number 1 seed Adrian DeVries in an<br />

entertaining 4 game final.<br />

The hottest category by far was the boys U13. With 4 of the<br />

field all ranked within the top 10 nationally, competition was<br />

sure to be brutal. Once the dust had settled, Brett Schille<br />

found himself facing Canada’s number 1 in the final match.<br />

After an hour of top squash and five physically<br />

demanding games, Brett managed to secure the title to the<br />

delight of the CWC supporters. Noel Heaton placed third<br />

while Aaron Kunik and Aidan Temple placed fourth and<br />

fifth respectively. Special mention must go to both Aaron and<br />

Aidan who showed that their hard work this season is<br />

paying off as both beat top 10 ranked player Nathan Tovell of<br />

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

Upcoming F&B Events<br />

Easter Brunch & Dinner - Sunday, April 24, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner - Sunday, May 8, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Father’s Day Brunch - Sunday, June 19, <strong>2011</strong><br />

s q u a s h<br />

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s q u a s h<br />

The<br />

calgary WinTer club<br />

hosTs The<br />

Junior<br />

squash camps<br />

for more information please email<br />

squash@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

guest coach<br />

martin heath<br />

former World #4<br />

head coach u of rochester<br />

head coach us Jr men’s Team<br />

gametime regiStratiOn - neW VerSiOn<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> has been working with<br />

GameTime (our registration & court booking system<br />

providers) to improve registration for our members.<br />

Version 2 is replacing the current version with up to<br />

date technology and new features. We anticipate<br />

that registration will be significantly improved<br />

and we will monitor the upcoming summer<br />

registration and subsequent registrations closely<br />

to ensure that the improvements are effective.<br />

To that end, the registration section of GameTime will<br />

have a new look and more options for members.<br />

This update allows us to provide options and features<br />

that were not available in the first version for<br />

program and event registration.<br />

The sport booking section to book courts for tennis,<br />

badminton & squash, bowling lanes, curling ice<br />

and massage will remain the same.<br />

Some new features include<br />

• advanced search options to look for classes by age or<br />

day of the week<br />

• options to change the view of the information that<br />

you see in the class listings<br />

• view classes in a list, by the day, by the week or by<br />

the month<br />

• advanced partner and team registration options<br />

Additional new features will be added<br />

over the next few months as well.<br />

Train aT heighTs you have never reached before<br />

feaTuring<br />

calgary <strong>Winter</strong><br />

club coaches<br />

ashley read<br />

susie King<br />

colin Whitney<br />

cluB<br />

catering<br />

FOr All YOu r CAter i NG N eeDs<br />

thank you to the following members<br />

for sponsoring events at the club in January and february<br />

Alan Chang - Business Meeting<br />

ed Chen - Talisman Energy Inc.<br />

Mark Antosz - Dr. M Antosz Professional Corp.<br />

leslie Geiger - Tidal Energy<br />

laureen Polson - 85 th Birthday Party<br />

wendy Powell - Enbridge Inc.<br />

leslie Hayes & shane Kraft - Entrepreneurs Organization<br />

rod Miller - Robert Half Canada<br />

Keith traptow - 80 th Birthday Party<br />

will Moroney - AMAMIM Forum<br />

Bobbie Kelly - 50 th Birthday Party<br />

Frank thistle - Al Azhar Shriners Greeters<br />

Dave Collyer - CAPP<br />

Touring pro<br />

andrew mcdougall<br />

psa ranking #96<br />

august 8 - 13, <strong>2011</strong> | camps awarded as prizes at Junior nationals championships<br />

Mike Megale - N.W. Athletic Association<br />

Karen ruus - Allan Ruus 80 th Birthday Party<br />

sue eng - Mah Birthday Party<br />

Paula sceviour - Dillion Consulting Ltd.<br />

Heather screaton - Osum Oil Sands Corp.<br />

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Spring Has Arrived!<br />

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T H E C a l g a r y W i n T E r C l u b<br />

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Starting April 6th on Wednesdays<br />

5:30 pm - 6:00 pm<br />

(Studio C)<br />

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WINTER<br />

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call 403.338.2425 Sport Shop Hours: Monday to Friday 9 am - 9 pm <strong>·</strong> Saturday 9 am - 5 pm <strong>·</strong> Sunday 10 am - 6 pm<br />

Benefits of skipping includes improved cardiovascular fitness,<br />

coordination, and power. All fitness levels are welcome and no prior<br />

skipping experience is required.


“70% of all change initiatives fail. But the odds turn in<br />

your company’s favor once you understand that change is<br />

a multi-stage process – not an event – and that persuasion<br />

is key to establishing a sense of urgency, winning support,<br />

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Is your organization changing? Are you implementing a new software system? Are you<br />

reorganizing? Are you growing through a merger or acquisition? Do you want to change<br />

how your organization or group works together? Have you ever been met with resistance<br />

from your team or individuals in your organization when implementing such changes? If<br />

you answered yes to any of these questions then you may benefit from the services of<br />

Jadaly Consulting Ltd.<br />

So, what is change management?<br />

Change management is an organizational process aimed at<br />

empowering employees to accept and embrace changes in their<br />

current business environment.<br />

Jadaly Consulting works with small business and large corporations to<br />

ensure their people are engaged and ready for major transformation.<br />

Resistance to change and having no change management program<br />

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Jadaly Consulting’s focus is people and business processes.<br />

Understanding the impacts on individuals and groups, addressing issues and<br />

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The principle and founder of Jadaly Consulting is Janice Eby. Janice grew up in Edmonton<br />

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human resources. Jadaly Consulting and its team have worked with organizations such as<br />

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achieve their transformation goals.<br />

Janice and her spouse have been members of the <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> since 2009 and are active<br />

members of the squash community.<br />

If you have a current or future need for the services of<br />

Jadaly Consulting in your organization, please contact us at<br />

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Easter Sunday & Mother’s Day<br />

Brunch<br />

April 24th – Reservations<br />

start on April 4th<br />

10:00 am - 2:30 pm<br />

(Last reservation seating is 1:00 pm)<br />

Adults $25.95 <strong>·</strong> Seniors $24.95<br />

Young Adults $16.95 (11-15 years)<br />

Kids $1.50 per year of age (3-10 years)<br />

All prices do not include gratuities or GST.<br />

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Dinner<br />

To reserve your spot contact Palmina at 403.338.2406 or palminam@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

calgary winter club<br />

lobsterFest week<br />

<strong>2011</strong><br />

May 15 - May 22, <strong>2011</strong><br />

instead of just having one night of lobster<br />

this year we are offering members a full week<br />

of lobster inspired delights!<br />

From May 16-22, <strong>2011</strong> the 818 bistro will be<br />

offering a special Feature Menu which will<br />

include a number of dishes made with<br />

fresh lobster.<br />

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

(Last reservation seating is 7:00 pm)<br />

Adults $26.95 <strong>·</strong> Seniors $25.95<br />

Young Adults $16.95 (11-15 years)<br />

Kids $1.50 per year of age (3-10 years)<br />

May 8th – Reservations<br />

start on April 18th<br />

Plus the regular<br />

wednesday and<br />

Friday night buffets that week will include a<br />

variety of lobster and seafood items.<br />

Make sure to book your reservation in the<br />

818 bistro, or for a buffet night, by calling<br />

the Front Desk at 403.289.5511


B o w l i n g<br />

J i m C h a n n o n | 4 0 3 . 3 3 8 . 2 4 2 4 | j i m c @ c a lga ry w i n t e r c l u b.c o m<br />

JoIn A SprIng BoWlIng progrAm<br />

Space is still available for you to sign up for our fun and<br />

exciting Spring bowling programs. Register now in Game Time for<br />

the following: Smurfs’ Bumper Bowling (Mondays at 1:30<br />

or 2:15 pm - for ages 3 to 5), Tuesday Ladies (1:00 pm),<br />

Wednesday Mixed (7:30 p.m.), and Thursday Youth<br />

(4:30 pm - for ages 6 to 15). All Spring bowling programs<br />

begin the week of April 11th and run until the last week of May.<br />

Remember that players can<br />

enter as teams, couples or singles. Beginners<br />

are more than welcome to join in the fun!<br />

Strike SPonSorS<br />

Special thanks to the following individuals and companies<br />

who annually support our Strike Board:<br />

12 Strikes in a Row - $1200 Cash c/o C412 Investments<br />

(Dave & Lottie Hutchinson)<br />

11 Strikes in a Row - $200 c/o Madaroch Construction<br />

(Toby & Perry Roch)<br />

10 Strikes in a Row - $100 Dinner c/o <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

9 Strikes in a Row - $50 Cash c/o Antosz Orthodontics<br />

8 Strikes in a Row - $30 Gift Certificate - Gillette’s<br />

Stadium Fabricare - (Joanne Drackett)<br />

7 Stricks in a Row - 4 Bottles of Pepsi - Pepsi Cola Ltd.<br />

6 Stricks in a Row - Potato Chips from Sysco Foods<br />

SuPer boWl xxx tournament reSultS<br />

The team of Betty Ayers, Kyle Jensen, Cyril Ayers,<br />

Michelle Huszti and Jean Podovinnikoff captured the <strong>2011</strong><br />

Super Bowl Championship. This is the second year in a row<br />

that Michelle Huszti has won this prestigious tournament.<br />

Bowlers of the night were Amanda Burwash (144 pins over<br />

average) and Bob Paranych (82 pins over average). Thanks<br />

to Dennis Havrelock for organizing this tremendous event<br />

for the 30th year in a row! Special thanks to Dennis and his<br />

wife Patricia for donating prizes and the annual plaque for<br />

the winning team.<br />

family tWoSome reSultS<br />

A full registration of 80<br />

people participated in this<br />

season’s edition of the<br />

Twosome. For the first time<br />

in tournament history,<br />

members from the same<br />

family finished in first and<br />

second place. Congratulations<br />

to the top four finishers:<br />

1 st - Max Gosselin and grandmother Flora Gosselin<br />

2 nd - Lucas Gosselin and grandfather Maurice Gosselin<br />

3 rd - Alex Jennett and mom Trish Jennett<br />

laDieS inter<strong>Club</strong> CHallenge reSultS<br />

Deborah Eastwood (pictured right) rolled an<br />

amazing 300 score in the last game to lead the<br />

CWC team to victory at the Glencoe <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

Overall, our heroes won the event by 250 pins.<br />

Well done, ladies! Special thanks to Marg<br />

Aksenchuk for her dignified acceptance speech.<br />

HigH SCoreS!<br />

Listed below are the highest men’s and ladies’ scores bowled<br />

in our leagues this season:<br />

Men<br />

1. Ken Hilland, 416<br />

2. Nick Lalla, 355<br />

3. Dennis Havrelock, 353<br />

4. Darrell Kline, 350<br />

5. Bill Daniel, 349<br />

6. Darrell Kline, 348<br />

7. Doug Zwick, 344<br />

8. Paul Dziuba, 340<br />

9. Jim Channon, 333<br />

10. Ben Buchanan, 330<br />

Women<br />

1. Cheryl Grabowecky, 314<br />

2. Toby Roch, 302<br />

3. Milvia Nazarko, 295<br />

4. Laurie Tambosso, 290<br />

5. Michelle Huszti, 287<br />

6. Michelle Huszti, 286<br />

7. Marleen Brown, 281<br />

8. Milvia Nazarko, 276<br />

9. Tracy Rvachew, 273<br />

10. Olive Anderson, 271<br />

tHe eleventH frame<br />

… best wishes to Chris Rvachew, Sean Mickelson and Ian<br />

Sefton who have all qualified for the <strong>Calgary</strong> 200/250/275<br />

Youth Challenge at the Chinook Bowladrome on May 1 st …<br />

thanks to Susan and Barry Jennings who donated prizes for<br />

all participants at the Teachers’ Convention Funbowl… there<br />

will be General Bowling on Good Friday (April 22 nd ) and<br />

Victoria Day (May 23 rd ) from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm… sorry to<br />

hear that former league bowlers Maud Kendrick and Clara<br />

Dancer recently passed away...<br />

b O w l i N G<br />

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5 5 P l u s s e c t i o n<br />

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5 5 P l u s<br />

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For a nominal fee of just $12.00 per year, you reap the<br />

following benefits when joining our 55+ Section:<br />

• access to the beautiful, bright room and sunroom which<br />

also houses a lending library for books and DVD’s;<br />

• a new TV and lots of games and puzzles (open<br />

7:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday - outside<br />

those hours please inquire at the Front Desk);<br />

• new community, new friends;<br />

• off site events organized for members;<br />

• active hiking & walking groups;<br />

• reduced rate for monthly luncheons with various<br />

speakers and entertainment;<br />

• many activities such as the ones listed below.<br />

Coffee timeS (included in your membership)<br />

Join us for tea, coffee and cookies and some good<br />

conversation with new and old friends, on the last Friday of<br />

each month from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. Sign up on GameTime.<br />

book <strong>Club</strong> (included in your membership)<br />

The book club meets the first Friday of each month at<br />

1:00 pm. There is no charge for the book club to members.<br />

Please sign up in GameTime.<br />

• April 1 st : “The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor” by Sally<br />

Armstrong<br />

• May: “Why Your World is About to Get a Whole Lot<br />

Smaller” by Jeff Rubin<br />

• June: “Olive Kitteridge” by Elizabeth Strout<br />

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55+ Committee<br />

The 55+ Section is pleased to appoint Ron Reid and David<br />

Augustine to our 55+ Committee and they will run for<br />

election at our AGM. Two other appointments will be made<br />

with Ollie Samoil and Kathy Lewis in the near future! We<br />

appreciate their interest and welcome them to our Committee!<br />

reaDerS tHeatre (included in your membership)<br />

Mondays | September 20 - June 27 | 10:30 am - 12:00 pm<br />

Readers Theatre is a joint dramatic reading from a text, with<br />

no memorization, movement and few props. The emphasis is<br />

on oral expression and fun. The group will work together to<br />

find appropriate text. Participants may choose texts to<br />

perform for each other or may set goals to perform for a<br />

coffee party, luncheon or other club event! The goals are<br />

totally up to them.<br />

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Registration Options<br />

Forever Fit <strong>Club</strong> Monthly Registration: $42/month, continuous billing until cancellation form is submitted. Access to ALL Forever Fit <strong>Club</strong> classes.<br />

Coupon Booklets = $60 for a book of 10. Access to ALL Forever Fit <strong>Club</strong> classes. Passes are good for one year. No refunds.<br />

Individual Class billings = $6.50 per class. Access to ALL Forever Fit <strong>Club</strong> classes. Classes will be billed on a monthly basis to your account.<br />

Note: There will be some room changes due to the expansion. A weekly schedule will be posted outside of the 55+ room<br />

Please contact Melissa Rowe if you need more information.<br />

Monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday<br />

9:00 - On the Move Strength & On the Move On the Move<br />

10:00 am 55 Plus Room Stretch 55 Plus Room 55 Plus Room<br />

Studio C<br />

10:15 - Fit Fun Fit Fun<br />

11:15 am 55 Plus Room 55 Plus Room<br />

11:15 - Silver Riders<br />

12:00 pm Cycle Studio<br />

Registered Class<br />

2:00 - Zumba Gold Cycle, Strength<br />

3:00 pm Studio C & Sole<br />

Studio C<br />

55+ Annual<br />

general meeting<br />

June 1, <strong>2011</strong> at 12:30 pm<br />

following the luncheon.<br />

Consider nominating or volunteering to fill a vacancy on the Committee!<br />

More information and nomination forms will be posted on the 55+ bulletin<br />

board! If you have any questions, call Al Bailey, Chair at (403) 239-6968<br />

or Eric Parkinson, Past Chair at (403) 288 -7716.


Hiking <strong>Club</strong><br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> Wanderers (hiking and<br />

walking) <strong>Club</strong> has planned an exciting<br />

season for <strong>2011</strong>. Join us for great<br />

exercise with a great group of people!<br />

We warm up with easy hikes in or<br />

close to the city during April, with<br />

easy, moderate and difficult choices<br />

offered in the Prairies and Foothills<br />

from May through June, then through<br />

summer and fall we extend our range into the mountains.<br />

Hikes occur every Wednesday from<br />

April 20 - October 12.<br />

Come to our hiking orientation on Thursday April 14 th at<br />

7:00 p.m. in the +55 room. Sign up on GameTime.<br />

All hikers must sign up as hikers in GameTime. If you are not<br />

already, you must sign up as a +55 member. For further<br />

information please contact Bob or Jan Clare at 403-239-8748.<br />

weekly Monday<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong>’s Own spolumbo’s Night<br />

55 + luncheons<br />

$18 for 55+ members | $20 for non-members<br />

11:30 am | April 6 th | Flying Ace Freddie McCall<br />

Who Has Not Heard of WWI Flying Ace Freddie McCall?<br />

Well now you will get an inside scoop regarding this famous<br />

Calgarian - and it will be told by aviation author<br />

Shirlee Matteson and Fred McCall - Freddie’s son.<br />

Very delightful - very humorous<br />

11:30 am | May 4 th | Alberta History - A Dark side<br />

In 1928 the government passed the ‘SEXUAL STERILIZATION<br />

ACT’. It was not revealed until 1972 - and not before 2800<br />

people were sterilized - many for questionable reasons. Why was<br />

this allowed to occur? Why did the citizens allow its existence?<br />

register on-line through “Gametime”<br />

or in person at the sports Office.<br />

Cancellations and bookings must be made before 11:30 am on the<br />

Monday prior to the luncheon date. Anyone requiring a ride to the<br />

luncheon, please contact Eileen Ekvall at 403-282-2000 and she will try<br />

her best to pair you up with someone.<br />

Snack Bar deli PlatterS<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> winter <strong>Club</strong> is glad to offer a new service to our members.<br />

we will now offer great deli platters for your convenience<br />

and ease of pick up. Place your order today for:<br />

Fresh Seasonal Vegetables & Dip $3.95/person<br />

Fresh Seasonal Fruit & Tray Dip $4.95/person<br />

Deli Style Cold Cuts, Cheeses, Relishes & Rolls $5.95/person<br />

Domestic Cheese Tray $4.95/person<br />

Hummus & Pita Wedges $4.95/person<br />

Bruschetta & Crostini $4.95/person<br />

All deli orders must be received 72 hours prior to the date of pick up.<br />

We require this lead time to ensure we are ready to serve you and<br />

to enable us to order and prepare your items to be as fresh as possible.<br />

Contact our Catering Office to order your catering trays today!<br />

Call Palmina At 403-338-2406 or Josef at 403-338-2427.<br />

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M e m b e r s h i p<br />

Alisa Audia | 403.338.2416 | alisaa@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

WelCome neW memberS<br />

A big welcome to our newest members of the <strong>Club</strong>!<br />

Catherine Barrett & Ian Young with child Elise<br />

Andrew Donald & Christine Mercier<br />

Marty & Keri Yucytus<br />

Gregory & Loreen Cane<br />

And thank you to our full “Conversion Members” for their continued membership<br />

at the <strong>Club</strong>:<br />

Elizabeth Stange with children Parker & Sophi<br />

in memory of...<br />

Maud Kendrick – member since 1960<br />

Bill Cragg – member since 2007<br />

Clara Dancer – member since 1958<br />

Murray Copot – member since 1961<br />

F itness Complementa ry C h a l l e n g e s<br />

Below are the complementary challenges for the month of April and May:<br />

April Challenge<br />

advanced<br />

• 2000 meters rowing machine<br />

• 20 reps bench press using body weight on Bar<br />

• 25 reps deadlifting body weight on Bar<br />

• 20 reps push press 50% of body weight on bar<br />

• 25 reps chin ups (non assisted)<br />

• 25 box jumps using the 18” box<br />

regular<br />

• 1000 meters rowing machine<br />

• 20 reps bench press using 1/2 body weight<br />

on bar<br />

• 20 reps deadlifting using Olympic bar<br />

• 20 reps push press using 20% of body weight<br />

• 20 reps chin ups on assisted machine (50% of<br />

body weight)<br />

• 20 step ups on 12 inch box (10 step ups each<br />

leg)<br />

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May Challenge<br />

the “300” workout<br />

• 25 pull ups<br />

• 50 deadlifts 135lbs<br />

• 50 push ups<br />

• 50 box jumps or vertical jumps (24” high box)<br />

• 50 floor wipers (Push up position, moving in a<br />

single knee to the chest at a time) 135 lbs<br />

• 50 single arm clean and press with dumbbell or<br />

kettlebell 36lbs<br />

• 25 pull ups<br />

regular<br />

• 150 workout<br />

• 1/2 of the above workout<br />

we will be tracking results and posting them.<br />

A fitness Consultant will be able to help the participant.<br />

affiliateD <strong>Club</strong>S<br />

Canadian Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Arbutus <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, BC<br />

The Badminton and Racquet <strong>Club</strong> of Toronto<br />

Boulevard <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Atwater, Montreal, Quebec<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Sportif MAA, Montreal, Quebec<br />

Derrick Golf & <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, AB<br />

The Granite <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

Hollyburn Country <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Jericho Tennis <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

North Shore <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Royal Glenora <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, Alberta<br />

The Toronto Cricket Skating & Curling <strong>Club</strong><br />

Union <strong>Club</strong>, Victoria, B.C.<br />

Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton <strong>Club</strong><br />

Winnipeg <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Winnipeg, Manitoba<br />

American Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Ashford <strong>Club</strong>, in Atlanta, Georgia<br />

Bellevue <strong>Club</strong>, Bellevue, Washington<br />

Berkeley City <strong>Club</strong>, Berkeley, California<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Lansing, Lansing, Michigan<br />

Honolulu <strong>Club</strong>, Honolulu, Hawaii<br />

India House <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

Pacific <strong>Club</strong>, Newport Beach, California<br />

Penn <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

The Spokane <strong>Club</strong>, Spokane, Washington<br />

The Tacoma <strong>Club</strong>, Tacoma, Washington<br />

The University <strong>Club</strong>, Memphis, Tennessee<br />

University <strong>Club</strong> of Grand Rapids, Michigan<br />

Washington Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Seattle, Washington<br />

International Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

American <strong>Club</strong>, Singapore<br />

Banker’s <strong>Club</strong>, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia<br />

Berlin Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Berlin, Germany<br />

Berliner Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong> Motzener, Germany<br />

Brocket Hall Golf <strong>Club</strong>, Hertordshire, Great Britain<br />

Casino De Madrid, Madrid, Spain<br />

Chang An <strong>Club</strong>, Beijing, China<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Nanjing<br />

Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Dubai<br />

Cypress Lakes Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, Australia<br />

Doha <strong>Club</strong>, Doha, Qatar<br />

Guangzhou Luhu Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Grand Millennium Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand<br />

Hanoi <strong>Club</strong>, Hanoi, Vietnam<br />

Havanna Lounge, Bremen, Germany<br />

Havanna Lounge, Hannover, Germany<br />

Hong Kong Football <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

The International <strong>Club</strong>, Xiamen, China<br />

Klub Polskiej Rady Biznesu, Poland<br />

Kobe <strong>Club</strong>, Kobe, Japan<br />

Kowloon Cricket <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

London Capital <strong>Club</strong>, London, Great Britain<br />

Monolith Family City <strong>Club</strong>, Moscow, Russia<br />

NRI’s <strong>Club</strong> International, Hyderabad, A.P. India<br />

Rivers <strong>Club</strong> of Tianjin (China)<br />

Rotonda Business-<strong>Club</strong>, Cologne, Germany<br />

Seoul City <strong>Club</strong>, Seoul, Korea<br />

Shanghai Racquet <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Stoke Park <strong>Club</strong>, Buckinghamshire, Britain<br />

Tower <strong>Club</strong>, Manila, Philippines<br />

Wanderers <strong>Club</strong>, Johannesburg, South Africa<br />

Wittelsbacher Golfclub & Hotel, Germany<br />

Yokohama Country & Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Japan<br />

Cabin for Rent<br />

Anglemont Estates,<br />

Shuswap Lake, BC<br />

• 1900 sq. ft. Semi-beachfront cabin<br />

• 3 Bedroom (Sleeps 6-7)<br />

• Includes All Amenities<br />

• 30 ft. Dock with Boat Buoy<br />

• Close to Nine Hole Golf Course<br />

• Available Jun 1, <strong>2011</strong> - Oct 1, <strong>2011</strong><br />

For availability and further info,<br />

please contact Doug Rutherford at<br />

dugspipe@shaw.ca.


M e m b e r s ’ D i r e c t o r y<br />

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The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does not endorse in any manner any of the products or services advertised in this newsletter. You are advised to conduct your own research as to the suitability of the products or services advertised. The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does<br />

not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided for these advertisements, nor does it assume responsibility for the provision of any such products or services, or the manner in which such products or services are provided.<br />

D<br />

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STATION<br />

FOOT CLINIC<br />

Dr. Ian Russell<br />

BSc, DPM, FACFAS<br />

Podiatrist<br />

General & Surgical Foot Care<br />

Specializing in Prescription<br />

Custom Foot Orthotics<br />

No Referrals Necessary<br />

New Patients and Walk Ins Welcome<br />

Evening Hours Available<br />

www.calgarypodiatrist.com<br />

403-247-1961<br />

#287 - 5005 Dalhousie Dr NW<br />

2116 CROWCHILD TRAIL NW<br />

www.calgarycatclinic.com<br />

403-289-9999<br />

meow@calgarycatclinic.com<br />

Lorli J.S. Dukart<br />

Lawyer & Notary<br />

403-216-6837<br />

Real Estate, Wills, Estates &<br />

Corporate/Small Business<br />

21, 41 Chelsea St NW<br />

www.dukartlaw.com<br />

At Beacon, everyone learns to read!<br />

Come join the Beacon family!<br />

Is reading the problem?<br />

Find out with our FREE report!<br />

Ask about our French program www.literacycanada.com/winter<br />

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The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does not endorse in any manner any of the products or services advertised in this newsletter. You are advised to conduct your own research as to the suitability of the products or services advertised. The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does<br />

not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided for these advertisements, nor does it assume responsibility for the provision of any such products or services, or the manner in which such products or services are provided.<br />

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sunday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

Easter Brunch &<br />

Dinner<br />

Squash Junior<br />

Advance & Novice<br />

Grand Prix<br />

No registered<br />

Programs Operating<br />

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Monday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

“<strong>Calgary</strong>’s Own spolumbo<br />

sausage Night”<br />

5 pm - 8 pm<br />

tuesday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Pizza Night<br />

5 pm - Close<br />

3 4 5<br />

17 18<br />

19<br />

24 25<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

wednesday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Alberta Carvery Buffet<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

Badminton <strong>Club</strong> Championships: April 3 - 7<br />

10 11 12<br />

Badminton and<br />

Bowling<br />

Spring Programs<br />

Begin<br />

Registration for<br />

Summer Programs<br />

opens on-line at<br />

6 am for Active<br />

Members<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

Preschool<br />

Celebration<br />

Easter Fun<br />

1 - 2:30 pm<br />

Aquatics Spring<br />

Programs Begin<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

Registration for<br />

Summer Programs<br />

opens on-line at<br />

6 am for Select Wait<br />

List Members<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

55+ Luncheon<br />

11:30 am<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

6<br />

13<br />

20<br />

thursday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

“Pasta Feature”<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

Badminton<br />

Adult Wind-up<br />

7 pm<br />

Friday<br />

1<br />

818 Bistro<br />

CwC Buffet Night<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

7 8<br />

14 15<br />

Spring Fling<br />

Luncheon & Fashion<br />

Bridge - 1 pm Show<br />

55+ Hiking<br />

Orientation - 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

21<br />

saturday<br />

2<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Breakfast<br />

10:30 Am - 1:30 pm<br />

26 27 28 29 30<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

1 pm<br />

Curling<br />

Men’s Wind-Up<br />

Banquet<br />

55+ Coffee<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Curling<br />

Mixed Wind-up<br />

Banquet<br />

Squash Canadian National Junior Championships: April 28 - May 1<br />

Ch elsea R a m age<br />

Senior Stylist<br />

403.804.6132 | chelsearamage@gmail.com<br />

Shop my E-boutique www.stelladot.com/chelsearamage<br />

Or book a trunk show – the ultimate personal shopping experience!<br />

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16<br />

Squash Junior <strong>Club</strong> Championships<br />

22<br />

23<br />

Good Friday<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

6:45 am - 11 pm No registered<br />

Aquatic Hours Programs<br />

7 am - 9 pm Operating<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

9 am - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Hours<br />

7 am - 9 pm<br />

Skating<br />

CWC Competition<br />

and Wind-up<br />

Banquet


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sunday Monday<br />

1 2<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

818 Bistro<br />

“<strong>Calgary</strong>’s Own spolumbo<br />

sausage Night”<br />

5 pm - 8 pm<br />

Squash Canadian<br />

Junior National<br />

Championships<br />

Mother’s Day<br />

Brunch & Dinner<br />

Squash Junior<br />

Advance & Novice<br />

Grand Prix<br />

Pools Closed<br />

6 - 10 pm<br />

Lifeguard Training<br />

M a y 2 0 1 1 C a l e n d a r<br />

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Preschool Celebration<br />

Mother May I<br />

1 - 2:30 pm<br />

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tuesday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Pizza Night<br />

5 pm - Close<br />

8 9 10<br />

15 16 17<br />

Bowling<br />

Last Day of Smurfs<br />

Classes<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

Skating AGM - 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

Tennis AGM - 7 pm<br />

29 30 31<br />

Bridge - 7 pm<br />

wednesday<br />

3<br />

4<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Alberta Carvery Buffet<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

55+ Luncheon<br />

11:30 am<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

Aquatics AGM<br />

5:30 pm<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

55+ AGM<br />

12:30 pm<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

Bowling Centre<br />

Closes<br />

11<br />

18<br />

thursday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

“Pasta Feature”<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

June 1 June 2<br />

Bridge - 1 pm<br />

5<br />

Friday<br />

818 Bistro<br />

CwC Buffet Night<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

1 pm<br />

19 20<br />

saturday<br />

7<br />

818 Bistro<br />

Breakfast<br />

10:30 Am - 1:30 pm<br />

Tennis Teams Tournament and Wind-up<br />

12 13<br />

14<br />

818 Bistro - Lobsterfest Week (May 15 - 22)<br />

22 23<br />

24<br />

25<br />

26 27<br />

Victoria Day<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours<br />

6:45 am - 11 pm<br />

Aquatic Hours<br />

7 am - 9 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

Bowling Spring<br />

Leagues End<br />

55+ Bridge<br />

1 & 7 pm<br />

Bridge - 1 pm 55+ Coffee<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Lobsterfest<br />

9 am - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Hours<br />

7 am - 9 pm Bridge - 7 pm<br />

June 3<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

1 pm<br />

6<br />

Squash Family Fun<br />

Doubles Event<br />

1 - 3:30 pm<br />

Season Wind-up<br />

June 4<br />

21<br />

28


1<br />

Father Daughter Ball<br />

Event also includes a surprise<br />

entertainer, photographer, and<br />

corsages for the daughters.<br />

Cost for one father and one daughter pair - $95<br />

Each additional daughter(s) - $35<br />

(plus GST and Gratuity)<br />

This is the first event of this kind to be hosted by<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>. Booking is limited to only<br />

120 spots! Don’t miss out on this chance to show<br />

your daughter how special she is.<br />

Event is open to daughters of all ages.<br />

Book on Game Time prior to<br />

Wednesday May 18th, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

Additional Event Details:<br />

• Attire is formal.<br />

• Fathers may bring daughters who are not<br />

members, just sign them up as a guest.<br />

• Assigned seating will be in tables of 8.<br />

• No cancellations allowed and booking is nonrefundable<br />

due to the limited number of spots.<br />

Under the Stars!<br />

Friday June 10th, <strong>2011</strong><br />

Three course dinner from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm<br />

Live Band and dancing until 10:00 pm<br />

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RETURN UNDELIVERABLE<br />

CANADIAN ADDRESSES TO:<br />

CALGARY WINTER CLUB<br />

4611 - 14 th STREET N.W.<br />

CALGARY, ALBERTA T2K 1J7<br />

e-mail: members@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Entry<br />

Main<br />

Up<br />

Childcare<br />

8050<br />

11640<br />

Existing<br />

Men's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Pool<br />

Lounge<br />

Nursery Sto.<br />

WR<br />

Stroll.<br />

O�.<br />

Foyer<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Corridor<br />

Sports<br />

Existing<br />

Room<br />

Men's Locker<br />

Existing<br />

Shower<br />

Youth<br />

Change<br />

Conf.<br />

Lounge<br />

WR<br />

Up Dn<br />

Up<br />

17805<br />

W<br />

Steam Steam<br />

M<br />

Jan.<br />

Locker Room<br />

Access Corridor<br />

Up<br />

Badminton<br />

Addition<br />

Mass.<br />

Existing<br />

Badminton<br />

Courts<br />

Expanded<br />

Men's Locker Room<br />

Work<br />

W<br />

Showers<br />

Mass.<br />

Corridor<br />

Corridor<br />

Up<br />

Badminton<br />

Pro<br />

Dn<br />

Up<br />

Towels<br />

WR<br />

Corridor<br />

/ Locker<br />

Desk<br />

Sto.<br />

Recep. O�ce O�ce<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Vanity<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Corridor<br />

1<br />

Dn<br />

35745<br />

Phase 1<br />

Area<br />

Fur Sto.<br />

Boys<br />

Boys<br />

WR<br />

Pool<br />

O�ce<br />

Showers<br />

First<br />

Aid<br />

Vanity<br />

Make-up<br />

Jr. Girls<br />

Change<br />

Lifeguard<br />

Make-up<br />

Dn<br />

Existing<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Pool<br />

Bf<br />

Chg.<br />

Viewing<br />

Badminton<br />

Corridor<br />

O�ce<br />

+55<br />

Room<br />

Up<br />

Stock<br />

Room<br />

Sto.<br />

M<br />

Dn<br />

W<br />

Expanded<br />

Women's Locker Room<br />

WR<br />

Family<br />

Day Lockers<br />

Lower<br />

Lounge<br />

Family Change<br />

Rooms<br />

WR<br />

Bf<br />

WR<br />

Corridor<br />

Storage<br />

Elec./<br />

Sto.<br />

Sto. WR<br />

Corridor<br />

Lounge<br />

Dn<br />

O�ce<br />

Aqua.<br />

Sta�<br />

Lounge<br />

Existing Pro<br />

Shop<br />

Dn<br />

Elev.<br />

3000<br />

Concession<br />

Kitchen<br />

Sto.<br />

Skate<br />

Ref.<br />

Curling Pro<br />

Shop<br />

Up<br />

w w w . c a l g a r y w i n t e r c l u b . c o m<br />

Hskpg.<br />

(Future Pro<br />

Change<br />

Room<br />

Pro.<br />

Change<br />

Stor.<br />

Shop)<br />

Squash Viewing<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Dn<br />

Corridor<br />

Up<br />

Laundry<br />

/ Storage<br />

122 sm<br />

Up<br />

Up<br />

Existing<br />

Ice Surface<br />

45335 7700 11450<br />

Banquet<br />

Storage<br />

46 sm<br />

Future<br />

Phase<br />

Member<br />

Commons<br />

Curling<br />

Viewing<br />

Existing<br />

Curling Rink<br />

1<br />

1,145.678 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Elev.<br />

Jan./Stor.<br />

Paint<br />

Chem.<br />

Up<br />

4090 1900<br />

M W Prog.<br />

Elev.<br />

Mach.<br />

Ice Machine<br />

& Snow Dump<br />

Up<br />

Workshop<br />

Wood Shop<br />

CO2<br />

O�.<br />

Corridor<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Jan.<br />

Dn<br />

O�.<br />

Up<br />

Prog.<br />

Program<br />

Sto.<br />

t/o slab<br />

Equip.<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

F&B<br />

Dry Storage<br />

Video<br />

Room<br />

Up<br />

Fridge Freezer O�ce O�ce<br />

Shipping &<br />

Receiving<br />

Train.<br />

O�.<br />

Stor.<br />

Up<br />

Recycling<br />

Holding<br />

Phase<br />

1<br />

(Foundations)<br />

Up<br />

Up<br />

Up<br />

Sto. Curling<br />

Pro<br />

Corridor<br />

Dn<br />

1,149.0 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Tennis Viewing<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

Vest.<br />

Sto.<br />

Dn<br />

t/o slab<br />

Dn<br />

Exit at Level of<br />

Curling Rink<br />

t/o slab<br />

1,149.0 m<br />

1,147.2 m<br />

Pro. Pro.<br />

O�. O�.<br />

t/o asphalt<br />

Service<br />

Entry<br />

1,147.13 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

slope up 1.5%<br />

Line of Upper<br />

Floor above<br />

1,146.98 m<br />

Women WC<br />

t/o asphalt<br />

slope dn 2%<br />

Corridor<br />

Men WC &<br />

Grease Compactors<br />

1,147.5 m<br />

Change<br />

& Change Stor.<br />

1,148.68 m<br />

Tennis<br />

Up<br />

6285<br />

Tennis Building<br />

Existing<br />

28685<br />

37520<br />

1<br />

Tennis Courts<br />

AquAtics <strong>·</strong> BAdmi nton <strong>·</strong> Bowli ng <strong>·</strong> cu r li ng <strong>·</strong> 55 Plus • fitn ess <strong>·</strong> skAti ng <strong>·</strong> squAsh <strong>·</strong> ten n is<br />

Proposed<br />

Phase<br />

38395<br />

34005

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