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

J U L Y • A U G U S T 2 0 1 2<br />

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


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Memorable Moments<br />

City Bowling Championships<br />

Congratulations to Nolan Scott (on the far left)<br />

of the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> who took home the<br />

silver medal at the <strong>Calgary</strong> 5-pin youth Bowling<br />

Challenge with three fantastic games of 200,<br />

250 and 275. The most amazing feat is that<br />

Nolan was only seven years old when he rolled<br />

those amazing games. Keep on throwing those<br />

strikes Nolan.<br />

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Going to London 2012<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is proud to<br />

announce that <strong>Club</strong> Badminton player Grace<br />

Gao (on the right) will be representing Canada<br />

at the upcoming Summer Olympics in London.<br />

Grace will be competing in the Mixed Doubles<br />

event with her partner Toby Ng. Grace has<br />

competed in the Pan American Games and the<br />

Canadian Nationals but this will be her first<br />

trip to the Olympics. Good luck Grace,<br />

Bring home the Gold!<br />

Sea Lions Nationals<br />

The Sea Lions Competitive Swim <strong>Club</strong> is very<br />

proud that two of our swimmers will be going to<br />

a national meet. Both Mark Corah and Emmett<br />

Collings are nationally ranked swimmers who<br />

will be attending the Canadian Age Group<br />

Championships that will be held in <strong>Calgary</strong> at the<br />

end of July. Way to go, boys!<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 />

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

Welcome to the summer edition of the CWC <strong>Club</strong> News. As you read this issue of our magazine, the <strong>Club</strong> will<br />

be entering the home stretch of Phase 1 of our Expansion project. The project has seen its fair share of<br />

challenges, some to be expected for a project of this size and some unique challenges due to the complexity of<br />

adding to existing buildings. We are currently on the 3 rd Chandos Project Manager and 2 nd Project<br />

Superintendent and we can assure you that we are actively involved with every aspect of the construction and<br />

managing our General Contractor and Consultants as effectively as possible. The final product will be<br />

impressive for all members as we now find ourselves on the verge of taking over many spectacular new spaces<br />

and providing significant new opportunities and programs for the entire membership to enjoy.<br />

In addition to the Expansion project, the <strong>Club</strong> will also be undertaking a number of summer projects this year,<br />

including: a cafeteria renovation to improve our look and service capabilities; a skating change-room<br />

renovation to move the skate-changing area out of the hallway; replacement of the badminton floor; and a<br />

significant upgrade to both the existing men’s and women’s locker rooms. These projects are part of the <strong>Club</strong>’s<br />

annual capital maintenance program and are funded through the annual facility improvement fee. Please watch<br />

for communication regarding area closures that will allow this work to be performed, but don’t let these<br />

area-specific renovations limit your enjoyment of the <strong>Club</strong> through the summer months.<br />

This has been a year of change at the <strong>Club</strong>, as your Board and Senior Management Team have worked to<br />

ensure the positive direction and improved culture of our <strong>Club</strong>, while also working through a substantial<br />

physical transformation. Some members have asked if the <strong>Club</strong> has shifted philosophy in recent years, and I<br />

can assure you that our mission and core values have remained unchanged throughout - with our focus<br />

remaining on providing excellent facilities, service and opportunities for our member families. For further<br />

clarity, a summary of the <strong>Club</strong>’s current strategic plan, including our mission, vision statement, goals, and<br />

performance indicators is provided on page 43.<br />

Throughout the past year, we have placed a significant emphasis on improving the <strong>Club</strong>’s communication<br />

efforts with the provision of timely, relevant and open information whenever possible. Based on the results of<br />

our recent member survey, we are hearing that many of you have noticed and appreciate these efforts. You can<br />

expect these efforts to continue and to be enhanced going forward.<br />

In looking at ways to operate the <strong>Club</strong> more efficiently and to spend our resources wisely, <strong>Club</strong> Management<br />

has identified two issues for us to consider:<br />

1. Each year the <strong>Club</strong> spends over $20,000 on postage and almost $10,000 on poly-bagging the <strong>Club</strong> News to<br />

be sent to our homes. Like many families who receive the Cub News in the mail I was not aware that each<br />

of us could decline the mail process and pick up the <strong>Club</strong> News at the <strong>Club</strong>. In our recent member survey,<br />

more than 75% of respondents indicated that they would be happy to pick their <strong>Club</strong> News up at News<br />

stands placed throughout the <strong>Club</strong> to avoid these costs. These will be conveniently located, and having the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> News visible and on-hand throughout the <strong>Club</strong> might increase readership as well. Watch for more<br />

information this fall, regarding an initiative to switch over to in-<strong>Club</strong> distribution, with an opt-in choice<br />

available for those individuals who would still like to have the <strong>Club</strong> News delivered to their homes. The<br />

current issue of the <strong>Club</strong> News is also available on our website.<br />

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Membership: 403-338-2415<br />

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

membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

For sports related inquiries:<br />

sportsoffice@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

For Expansion related inquiries:<br />

expansion@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Direct NuMbers<br />

The last 3 digits are locals:<br />

Administration<br />

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

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

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

Kyle McNichol, Interim Marketing & Sales Manager 403.338.2415<br />

Chantelle Pinder, Human Resources Manager 403.338.2428<br />

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

Melissa Georgopoulos, Member Services 403.338.4505<br />

Food & beverage<br />

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

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

Josef Wetteskind, Catering Sales Manager 403.338.2427<br />

Meredith Nelson, 818 Bistro Manager 403.338.2404<br />

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

Miguel Medrano, Snack Bar Manager 403.338.2426<br />

Athletics and Program Activities<br />

Anna Gorski, Aquatics 403.338.2408<br />

Dave Humble, Badminton 403.338.2429<br />

Jim Channon, Bowling 403.338.2424<br />

Heather Mackie, Childcare & Preschool 403.338.2405<br />

Kim Perkins, Curling 403.338.2442<br />

Jodi Paisley, 55 Plus 403.338.4506<br />

Amber Wright, Fitness & Youth/Teen 403.338.2435<br />

Tina-Marie Yenna, Skating 403.338.2421<br />

Ashley Read, Squash 403.338.2448<br />

May Hull, Sports Shop 403.338.2425<br />

Rick Johnston, Tennis 403.338.2447<br />

Housekeeping & Maintenance<br />

Bruce Marsales, Building Operations Mngr 403.338.2441<br />

Marty Hynes, Housekeeping Manager 403.338.2449<br />

Mark Perkins, Health & Safety Manager 403.338.4501<br />

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 />

September/October 2012 issue. Copy and advertising<br />

deadline for this issue is Wednesday, August 1, 2012.<br />

For advertising information, please contact Kyle<br />

McNichol at 403.338.2415.<br />

Newsletter Editor: Lily Richards<br />

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President’s Message Continued...<br />

2. You might be surprised to learn that the <strong>Club</strong> spends over $250,000<br />

annually on credit card transaction fees. Many private clubs avoid<br />

the bulk of these charges by not accepting credit cards for the<br />

payment of member accounts and proceeding only with Auto Debit.<br />

We have asked <strong>Club</strong> Management to investigate this issue and in<br />

the fall the Board will consider the information that is gathered to<br />

determine what options we might have. If you have any thoughts on<br />

this issue, please e-mail your ideas to Kevin Boyles for our<br />

consideration.<br />

Finally, you will have recently received your annual dues statement and<br />

shareholder letter. Both Management and the Board are pleased to have<br />

been able to bring forward a 2012/2013 budget that meets all of our<br />

pre-construction commitments, with a dues increase that is less than 5%,<br />

as promised.<br />

There are many activities, programs and opportunities available at the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> throughout the summer months, be sure to keep the <strong>Club</strong> in your<br />

plans and come by often, especially on those rainy days when your<br />

outdoor plans may change. Formal tours will be limited through the<br />

finishing stages this summer, but if any of you are interested in a tour<br />

of the new facility, please feel free to contact Management to arrange a<br />

time.<br />

Please continue to ask any questions or voice any concerns - we<br />

appreciate your feedback. Have a great summer.<br />

Paul Pasutto<br />

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

Inside this issue...<br />

2 Memorable Moments<br />

3 President’s Message<br />

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

6 Aquatics<br />

9 Wellness<br />

10 Youth & Teen<br />

11 <strong>Club</strong> Connections<br />

14 Squash<br />

16 Curling<br />

18 Fitness<br />

20 Skating<br />

22 LATD<br />

25 Childcare & Preschool<br />

26 Bowling<br />

28 Tennis<br />

30 Badminton<br />

31 Sports Shop<br />

35 Food & Beverage<br />

36 55 Plus Section<br />

38 Membership<br />

39 Members’ Directory<br />

41 July Calendar<br />

42 August Calendar<br />

43 CWC Strategic Plan Summary


c l u b N e w s<br />

403.289.5511 | membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

noMinations for direCtors<br />

The Board of Directors is accepting a notification of interest for members wishing to run for the Board of Directors. If<br />

interested in running, members should contact Reagan Hume at 403-338-2418 or at reaganh@calgarywinterclub.com no later<br />

than Friday, August 17, 2012. Expression of interest will be forwarded to the Board Nomination Committee for consideration.<br />

Joan riChardson MeMorial award<br />

Applications for the Joan Richardson Memorial Award are<br />

now being accepted. Criteria for the award is as follows:<br />

1. Candidates must be the daughter of a CWC member in<br />

good standing.<br />

2. Candidates must be enrolled or plan on enrolling in a<br />

post-secondary educational institution during the year of<br />

application.<br />

3. The Award Committee, in making the Award selection,<br />

will emphasize the qualities of athletic participation,<br />

sportsmanship, citizenship and personality.<br />

4. Application forms are available at the <strong>Club</strong>’s Front<br />

Desk, and completed forms will be accepted until<br />

Monday, August 20, 2012.<br />

donna rutherford MeMorial award<br />

Applications for the Donna Rutherford Male Achievement<br />

Award are now being accepted. Criteria for the award is as follows:<br />

1. Candidates must be the son of a CWC member in good<br />

standing.<br />

2. Candidates must be enrolled or plan on enrolling in a<br />

post-secondary educational institution during the year of<br />

application.<br />

3. The Award Committee, in making the Award selection,<br />

will emphasize the qualities of athletic participation,<br />

sportsmanship, citizenship and personality.<br />

4. Application forms are available at the <strong>Club</strong>’s Front<br />

Desk, and completed forms will be accepted until<br />

Monday, August 20, 2012.<br />

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A q u a t i c s<br />

A q u at i c s<br />

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iMPortant dates<br />

• DEEP and HOT TUB Pool closure: Closed from<br />

July 30 th to August 5 th . The pools will re open the<br />

morning of August 6 th . The Beach Pool will remain<br />

open during this time.<br />

Just a friendly reMinder...<br />

Any children who are not potty-trained are<br />

required to wear some type of “swimmers diaper” in the<br />

pool.<br />

Private/seMi Private swiM lessons<br />

• $25 per person for one ½ hour private lessons<br />

• $19 per person for one ½ hour semi-private lesson<br />

To arrange for a lesson, contact the Aquatics<br />

department at 403-338-2408 .<br />

uPdates<br />

sea lions<br />

The Sea Lions Swim <strong>Club</strong> celebrated a successful season on<br />

May 29th at their annual year-end banquet. The swimmers<br />

competed in a time trial and then everyone had a blast<br />

participating or watching masters versus swimmers and kids<br />

versus parents challenges and relays. We celebrated all our<br />

swimmers during the banquet but we wanted to recognize<br />

some of the special awards that went out:<br />

Top Male - Mark Corah<br />

Naomi Heffler Top Female Award - Jordyn Flanagan<br />

Kari Ann Larson Award - Emily Dumaine<br />

Rookie of the Year - Meryl McKenna<br />

Pictured left to right:<br />

Emmett Colling, Coach<br />

Bogdan Roatis and Mark<br />

Corah as they qualified<br />

for age group nationals.<br />

Trophies were also presented to 2 national qualifiers, 9<br />

Alberta Championship qualifiers, and 21 age group trial<br />

qualifiers. The Sea Lions executive was very pleased to<br />

present the Scholastic Award to two graduating swimmers.<br />

Mark Corah and Joe Dumaine have both been with the Sea<br />

Lions Swim <strong>Club</strong> for over 10 years and have successfully<br />

balanced the high level commitment demands of competitive<br />

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suMMer CaMPs<br />

We are excited to offer a variety of different camps this<br />

summer:<br />

• Synchro “Try It” Fun Camp<br />

• Make a Splash Synchro Camp<br />

• Wicked water Camp<br />

• Lifesaving Camp<br />

• Swim Lesson Camp<br />

• Iron Kids Camp<br />

Please see GameTime for a full list and for more information.<br />

swimming with the academic course load of grade 12. Both<br />

boys are planning to go on to University. We are very proud<br />

of their contributions and achievements and wish them both<br />

all the best in their future endeavors! We also thanked our<br />

coaches for the great year and had some special thank-you’s<br />

for the executive who worked so tirelessly on the swim club’s<br />

behalf.<br />

Although the little swimmers are now done for the year,<br />

the older swimmers are still training for their last important<br />

meets. We have Age Group Trials in Lethbridge, Age Group<br />

Championships in Edmonton and two swimmers, Mark<br />

Corah and Emmett Collings, will be training hard for<br />

Canadian Age Group Championships held here in <strong>Calgary</strong> at<br />

the end of July at the Talisman Centre. The older swimmers<br />

are all looking forward to an outdoor meet held in Missoula,<br />

Montana in the middle of June and have begun gathering their<br />

tents and sleeping bags for the event.<br />

The 2011-2012<br />

senior group<br />

Swimmers, don’t forget to put registration night on the<br />

calendar as September 11 th and keep checking the website<br />

and e-mails for important information from the coaches. Have<br />

a good rest this summer, and we will see everyone in the fall!


Master clippers<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> Masters swim team is pleased to<br />

report that 2 new Canadian Masters Swimming records were<br />

set at a recent long course swim meet held at the Talisman<br />

Centre. Clippers swimmer Gail Amundrud set a new<br />

Canadian record in the 50 metre freestyle in her age group<br />

and the relay team of Gail Amundrud, Shelley Wearmouth,<br />

Diana Nakka and Kristin Dawson set a new Canadian<br />

record in the 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay in their age<br />

category! We will be cheering on the members of the Clippers<br />

swim team who are heading to Nationals this May and Worlds<br />

this June – keep up the great work and happy training!<br />

tsunamis<br />

What an amazing year the Tsunamis team had for 2011/2012.<br />

Congratulations to all the swimmers who participated in<br />

various competitions and achieved new personal best times<br />

and awards. Our Senior Team is currently fundraising to<br />

compete at the World Lifesaving Championships in Adelaide,<br />

Australia. This is an amazing opportunity for our swimmers<br />

who have trained vigorously the past two years to qualify. The<br />

event takes place November 6 - 23 and the team is looking<br />

for sponsorship to help subsidize the purchase of equipment,<br />

registration fees and travel expenses. If you are interested in<br />

sponsoring the team in any capacity, please contact our Team<br />

Manager, Sherry Southwood, at ssouthwood@shaw.ca. The<br />

team appreciates any and all help.<br />

Congratulations to the Senior Tsunamis Swim Team!<br />

During the weekend of June 2 nd and 3 rd they competed in the<br />

National Lifesaving Championships in Edmonton. For the<br />

fourth consecutive year they are the National Champions!<br />

Congratulations to Megan Macfayden, Jessica Burkart,<br />

Megan Honeychurch, Dana Poscente, Alex Sura,<br />

Jennifer Southwood, Sophie Gowsell, Andrew Edy, and<br />

Scott Southwood. Special mention to<br />

MeganMacfayden for ranking 3 rd<br />

overall in the country and to Scott<br />

Southwood for winning his fourth<br />

consecutive overall National Title.<br />

This sets another record for our team<br />

as no other club team has won more<br />

national titles than us! Congrats to all<br />

swimmers who competed and<br />

qualified for the upcoming World<br />

Championships. We are so very proud<br />

of your accomplishments. Thanks to<br />

the guidance of coaches Brian<br />

Sartison and Nathan Carswell for a<br />

job well done!<br />

Summer Lifesaving Camp is here!<br />

Sign up through Game Time to reserve<br />

your spot for this amazing program.<br />

Learn the sport of Lifesaving through<br />

various events and training exercises.<br />

2012-2013 tsunami - Kick Off celebration<br />

BBQ/Parent Meeting/Clothing Order/Dance to Follow<br />

Friday, September 14, 2012 | 6:00 pm<br />

At the Edgemont Community Hall<br />

For all swimmers registered in the Lifeguarding Program and<br />

their families. Register your family members on Game Time<br />

for the event. Come out and support the Tsunami Lifeguarding<br />

Program. The Parent Meeting will consist of an orientation<br />

to the Tsunami Lifesaving Sport, an introduction to the<br />

coaching staff, and an outline to the calendar of events for the<br />

2012-2013 swimming year. In addition, there will be sizing<br />

kits for Tsunami clothing and swim suits available. There will<br />

be an opportunity to place clothing orders. This will be the<br />

only time that the sizing kits and samples will be available for<br />

your swimmer.<br />

sea sprites synchro summer camps<br />

Synchro “Try It” Fun Camp<br />

August 7 - 10 | 12:30 - 2:00 pm | Cost: $120<br />

(12:30 - 1:00 pm Dry/1:00 - 2:00 pm Wet)<br />

Give the exciting, fun, graceful sport of synchro a try this<br />

summer. An opportunity to enjoy choreography, music and<br />

time in the water with girlfriends. Learn about the skills and<br />

performance art of synchronized swimming. Must be<br />

comfortable in deep water.<br />

Make a Splash Synchro Camp<br />

August 27 - 31 | 2:00 - 6:00 pm | Cost: $290<br />

(2:00 - 4:00 pm Dry, focus flexibility and fun/4:00 - 6:00 Wet)<br />

This camp is for synchronized swimmers of all abilities to<br />

get ready for the 2012 - 2013 session. Reconnect with your<br />

girlfriends after the summer break with a variety of activities<br />

including figures, stretching, games and crafts!<br />

aquatiC fitness<br />

July Aqua Fitness schedule - No registration needed for summer aqua fit classes. Please use coupons only!<br />

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday<br />

2<br />

No Class<br />

Holiday<br />

9<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

3<br />

4<br />

16 17<br />

18<br />

19 20<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

10 11 12<br />

23 25<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

30 31<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Instructor: Brenda<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Tethered Running<br />

Instructor: Brenda<br />

24 26<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Instructor: Brenda<br />

no Classes this week<br />

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A q u a t i c s<br />

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aquatiC fitness Continued...<br />

August Aqua Fitness schedule<br />

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday<br />

1<br />

2<br />

3<br />

no Classes this week<br />

6<br />

No Class<br />

Holiday<br />

13 14<br />

15<br />

16<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

20<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

27 28<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

7 8 9<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Instructor: Brenda<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Tethered Running<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

21 22<br />

23 24<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Instructor: Shondel<br />

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10<br />

17<br />

29 30 31<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Tethered Running<br />

Instructor: Brenda<br />

Aqua Fitness schedule starting september 3 rd<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Aqua Zumba<br />

Instructor: Judi<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Aqua Zumba<br />

Instructor: Judi<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Aqua Zumba<br />

Instructor: Judi<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Aqua Zumba<br />

Instructor: Judi<br />

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday<br />

10:05 - 11:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Work Out<br />

11:05 - 11:50 am<br />

Gentle<br />

Aqua Fit<br />

10:05 - 11:00 am<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Shallow<br />

11:05 - 11:50 am<br />

Seniors Aqua Fit<br />

2:45 - 3:30 pm<br />

Aqua Zumba<br />

8:05 - 9:00 pm<br />

Serious Strength<br />

Shallow/Deep<br />

Combo<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Tethered<br />

Running<br />

7:05 - 8:00 am<br />

Tethered Running<br />

Deep<br />

10:05 - 11:00 am<br />

Shallow Aqua Fit<br />

11:05 - 11:50 am<br />

Seniors Aqua Fit<br />

12:05 - 12:50 am<br />

Tethered Running<br />

9:05 - 10:00 am<br />

Deep/Shallow<br />

Aqua Fit<br />

10:05 - 11:00 am<br />

Gentle Aqua Fit<br />

CanCellation PoliCy<br />

Class Cancellation Policy is two<br />

(2) weeks prior to the start date of<br />

the individual class so cancellations<br />

and/or switching of classes<br />

must be received by that date.<br />

cancellation Policy<br />

A member’s account will be<br />

billed the full program fee<br />

unless a registration is officially<br />

cancelled prior to the cancellation<br />

date.<br />

Members can cancel by one of<br />

the following methods<br />

1. Filling out cancellation form<br />

(green form) at the Sports<br />

Office<br />

2. Filling out electronic<br />

cancellation form on<br />

GameTime –under “options”,<br />

then “cancellation form”.<br />

3. If before the cancellation<br />

date for the class,<br />

members can go to “my<br />

account”, then “appointment<br />

& activity” tab and then click<br />

“cancel” beside the booking.<br />

If you cancel out of a program<br />

past the cancellation date, you<br />

will be billed the full program<br />

fee.<br />

noMinations for direCtors<br />

The Board of Directors is accepting a notification of interest for members wishing to run for the Board of Directors. If<br />

interested in running, members should contact Reagan Hume at 403-338-2418 or at reaganh@calgarywinterclub.com no later<br />

than Friday, August 17, 2012. Expression of interest will be forwarded to the Board Nomination Committee for consideration.


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Summer is in full swing and <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong><br />

members are enjoying the great outdoors.<br />

Each September, the Physiotherapists at<br />

the <strong>Club</strong> treat a variety of injuries that are<br />

related to the sports of summer. Here are<br />

some suggestions to keep you in the game<br />

all summer long.<br />

Golfing Sprains and Strains: Common<br />

golf injuries include low back strain,<br />

elbow tendinitis, and shoulder pain. A<br />

good warm-up will help avoid these<br />

injuries. Plan to arrive at least 30 minutes<br />

before your tee time and head to the<br />

driving range. Start your warm-up with<br />

dynamic stretching (stretching that involves<br />

slow movement) of the legs, arms,<br />

and back. Slow lunges will stretch the<br />

hips. Slow golf swings with a short club<br />

will get the spine moving. Start hitting<br />

golf balls with the shorter clubs and work<br />

up to the driver. Relax your grip while<br />

you play to avoid elbow and shoulder<br />

injuries that result from hitting the ground<br />

with increased upper body tension. Don’t<br />

plan any marathon golf trips early in the<br />

season. And remember to eat and drink<br />

(water preferably) along the way.<br />

PhysiotheraPy CliniC<br />

Happy 20 th Birthday to the Physiotherapy Clinic! It opened<br />

in 1992 under the direction of Jackie St. George-Rennie, who<br />

has grown the Clinic to now include three other regular therapists<br />

and four Doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine. We<br />

look forward to the next 20 years!<br />

ladies loCker Massage rooM<br />

Please be aware that the ladies locker massage room will be<br />

relocated from June 28 th to July 23 rd to replace all the floor<br />

tiles in the wet areas in the locker rooms. All ladies locker<br />

room massages will be moved to the lounge room in the new<br />

locker area. Thank you for your co-operation during this time!<br />

welCoMe BaCk!<br />

We are very pleased to welcome Ciara McNiff back from her<br />

maternity leave to Body In Balance Acupuncture, located in<br />

enJoy suMMer to its fullest - avoid inJury<br />

By Lois Pohlod, Sport Physiotherapist<br />

Four-plus hours of golf with poor<br />

nutrition can lead to dehydration and<br />

muscle fatigue, resulting in reduced<br />

performance and possible injury.<br />

Water Skiing Mishaps: Calgarians do not<br />

get the chance to water-ski throughout the<br />

year and not many other activities work<br />

the water-ski muscles in the same way.<br />

Muscle strains and tears, especially of the<br />

hamstrings, are the result of trying just a<br />

bit too hard out on the water. Warm up on<br />

land or in the water prior to putting on the<br />

skis. A vigorous walk, light jog or short<br />

swim will get the blood flowing. Stretch<br />

out both the quadriceps and hamstrings<br />

as well as the arms. Start each run with<br />

a warm-up ski, slowly progressing the<br />

difficulty and challenge as the body eases<br />

into the fun. Resist the temptation to<br />

“show-off” for the crowd if you are not in<br />

water-skiing shape!<br />

Hiking in the Canadian Rockies: The<br />

mountains are calling with hikes to<br />

challenge all ages and abilities. As with<br />

any exercise program, a slow steady<br />

progression of distance and difficulty<br />

will prevent injury. Patella-femoral<br />

pain (pain around or under the knee<br />

cap) often results from the strain of<br />

the downhill walk. Good flexibility,<br />

strong quadriceps and eccentric work<br />

(drop squats) throughout the year will<br />

help prevent knee pain. In addition,<br />

good footwear is essential for comfort<br />

and safety. Your body also needs<br />

to get used to wearing heavy hiking<br />

boots and carrying a heavy pack. Try<br />

carrying your pack around the back<br />

yard for short periods to build your<br />

strength. Hopefully the winter of<br />

weight training will help your neck<br />

and shoulders adjust quickly to the<br />

load. Start your hiking program with<br />

short, easy trips and build up<br />

gradually to the ultimate adventure.<br />

Remember to stretch before and after<br />

the hike and stop to take in the<br />

magnificent views along the way!<br />

Visit the physiotherapists at the CWC<br />

Sport Physiotherapy Clinic<br />

(403-289-0040) for advice on injury<br />

prevention, exercise progressions and<br />

treatment. Happy trails!<br />

the Fitness Centre. Ciara has been working in the <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

area since 2006, and her areas of interest include, but are not<br />

limited to, Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, Nutrition and<br />

Diet therapy, Herbal Medicine, and Homeopathy. Ciara will<br />

be working on Saturday afternoons – visit the Physiotherapy<br />

desk or call to make your appointment!<br />

hours of oPeration<br />

Physiotherapy: Monday to Friday, 7:00 am - 7:30 pm<br />

Traditional Chinese Medicine:<br />

Leslie Ring-Adams: Monday-Wednesday, 1:00 pm - 7:30 pm<br />

Friday, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm<br />

Leisha Laird: Tuesday, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

Christa Marx: Saturday, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm<br />

Ciara McNiff: Saturday, 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm<br />

Massage: Please see GameTime for available massage times.<br />

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funZone<br />

We are excited to introduce the inflatables on Wednesdays<br />

from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm! Due to popular demand we have<br />

added an additional 3 whole hours through the week! We also<br />

have our challenging minigolf and climbing centre open, so<br />

drop in for some free fun!<br />

FunZone Schedules can be found on the SnackBar windows<br />

and at Member Services.<br />

We are once again offering Birthday Parties in the FunZone!<br />

Please note that we are no longer using GameTime for<br />

reservations. For information, bookings, or inquiries please<br />

contact us as (403) 338-2431 or email<br />

birthdayparties@calgarywitnerclub.com.<br />

View all our party information on the website or pick up a<br />

brochure at the Sports Office.<br />

CaMPs<br />

Camps are filling up fast so sign up now for some great<br />

summer fun. With our variety of camps there is something for<br />

everyone!<br />

Go Girls<br />

July 9 - 13 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

This GIRLS ONLY camp will be full of giggles, glamor and<br />

some girlicous fun!<br />

Outdoor Adventure<br />

July 23 - 27 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

Need some fresh air? This camp was made for you!<br />

bricks4Kidz<br />

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

Kids will combine learning and fun as we engage them in<br />

building with traditional bricks and motorized Lego.<br />

what’s cooking<br />

August 13 - 17 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

Step into the world of culinary arts! This camp is everything<br />

delicious!<br />

Playground to Podium<br />

August 20 - 24 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm<br />

Prepare to work hard and have some laughs! This camp<br />

shows how sweating can be fun.<br />

iron kids Camp<br />

August 13 - 17 | 12:30 - 2:30 pm<br />

registration now open on gametime<br />

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with our new faCilities there is so MuCh to<br />

do at the CwC!<br />

Which activity will your children try first? The new<br />

expansion areas offer tons of activities for the entire family<br />

that are included in your membership.<br />

Try out the Climbing Centre with Clip N Climb technology.<br />

No partner needed, no experience necessary!<br />

Climbing Centre Hours<br />

Monday - Friday: 1:00 - 9:00 pm<br />

Saturday: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

Want to practice your court moves? Our gymnasium will<br />

offer basketball, volleyball, soccer, dodgeball and SO MUCH<br />

MORE!<br />

Check out the Gymnastics programs on GameTime!<br />

Need a space to relax and hangout? Check out the Youth<br />

Centre and Teen Centre.<br />

The Youth Centre is ALL about COMMUNITY!<br />

The Youth Centre is for children in Grade School, promoting<br />

growth and belonging, through fun, games and educational<br />

opportunities. Each day will offer open drop in time so the<br />

youth can have a place to call their own within the club.<br />

Scheduled events will include, study hall, craft sessions, game<br />

nights and holiday specific programming.<br />

Youth Centre Hours<br />

Monday - Thursday: 4:00 - 9:00 pm<br />

Friday: 3:00 - 9:00 pm<br />

Saturday - Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

The Teen Centre - When I get to Junior High School, I’m<br />

IN! (INvolved, INcluded, INspired)<br />

Located near the Climbing Centre and Gymnasium, the Teen<br />

Centre is focused on Junior and Senior High School students.<br />

A place where they can meet, chat, play games, study and be<br />

themselves.<br />

Teen Room Hours<br />

Monday - Thursday: 4:00 - 9:00 pm<br />

Friday: 3:00 - 9:00 pm<br />

Saturday - Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm<br />

Hours for both rooms will be adjusted for special events and<br />

school holidays.


<strong>Club</strong> ConneCtions<br />

are you receiving the<br />

club connections weekly e-mail newsletter?<br />

Keep up to date with everything happening at the <strong>Club</strong> by receiving your edition of<br />

the <strong>Club</strong> Connections every Monday afternoon.<br />

Don’t miss out on Expansion Updates, Member Alerts, <strong>Club</strong> Events,<br />

special promotions and information on new activities and programs!<br />

E-mail Kyle McNichol at kylem@calgarywinterclub.com to sign up for the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Connections today.<br />

Simply Elegant<br />

Did you know that you can sponsor family and<br />

friends weddings at the <strong>Club</strong>?<br />

· Spectacular city and mountain views<br />

· Can accommodate groups of 10-250<br />

· Future wedding dates are available for booking<br />

· Our attention to detail will ensure your guests enjoy<br />

the finest food and service<br />

4611, 14 St NW · <strong>Calgary</strong>, AB · 403-338-2427 · www.calgarywinterclub.com<br />

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With addition of the great mind body programs the Fitness<br />

Centre offers, you will now be able to attend the following;<br />

• Hot Yoga – a variety of styles of yoga which are performed in a room with the<br />

temperature at 102 degrees.<br />

• Kundalini Yoga - Kundalini Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice<br />

which combines asana-based kriyas, pranayama and meditation.<br />

• Reformer - This class takes your mat experiences to the next level and covers<br />

all the basics required for your future Pilates practices on the reformer.<br />

• Yin Yoga - Yin yoga consists of passive seated and reclining poses versus the<br />

active postures found in Yang yoga and is softer and less aggressive.<br />

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New<br />

Doubles Squash at the <strong>Club</strong><br />

Welcome to our amazing new doubles squash<br />

court. Doubles squash is a fantastically fun<br />

alternative to singles squash. While the court<br />

looks similar the game itself is very different and<br />

challenging. The dimensions of the court, the<br />

different ball and the fact that there are 4 people<br />

playing all add to a unique experience. We<br />

know that you will love doubles squash. For the<br />

experienced players to total beginners we will<br />

have something for everyone.<br />

Weekday Doubles Leagues –<br />

Starting Monday, September 24th<br />

• Level 1 Monday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm –<br />

Open and A players<br />

• Level 2 Tuesday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm –<br />

B and C level players<br />

• Level 3 Wednesday 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm –<br />

D and below level players<br />

Weekend Doubles Leagues –<br />

Starting Saturday, October 13th<br />

• Level 1 Saturday 11:00 am - 1:00 pm –<br />

Open to B level players<br />

• Level 2 Saturday 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm –<br />

C to E level players<br />

Each individual in the doubles leagues will have<br />

their own handicap – the handicaps will change<br />

depending on results and are designed to make<br />

each and every match as competitive as possible.<br />

• Free intro afternoon –<br />

Sunday, September 16th 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm<br />

• Rules/refereeing clinic – TBD<br />

• Semi-private coaching – 3 people – 1 pro –<br />

feeding – drills – strategy – contact Ashley<br />

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Squash Adult Social<br />

Fanatic<br />

Fridays<br />

This year we are reinventing the Friday night socials.<br />

Throughout the season there will be a series<br />

of adult socials called Fanatic Fridays. Over the<br />

duration of the season each Fanatic Friday will have<br />

a different theme. There will be a rankings system<br />

which will run over all the Fanatic Friday’s, on the<br />

last Friday there will be an award for the overall<br />

winner. The pro’s will be around to organize each<br />

evening, then after the evening is over everyone will<br />

head up to the 818 for après squash beverage and<br />

appetizers. As part of the Fanatic Fridays and the<br />

other adult social events we will be offering an Adult<br />

Social Season Squash Pass. The pass will be a one<br />

off fee that will include the following:<br />

Season Pass<br />

$90 will get you:<br />

• Fanatic Fridays x6<br />

• <strong>Club</strong> Championship Entry<br />

• Complimentary Domestic Beer on<br />

Fanatic Fridays x6<br />

• Complimentary Appetizers on<br />

Fanatic Fridays x6<br />

• Sport Shop/BK Incentive (exclusive discount<br />

on high tec squash shoes)<br />

• Hassle Free Registration<br />

Watch for our FREE draw!


tournaMent results<br />

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Alberta Open - 6 finalists - 2 champions!<br />

The last ‘major’ of the season saw the <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> out in<br />

force. This year the Glencoe <strong>Club</strong> hosted the prestigious<br />

Alberta Open. With prize money, ranking points and, of<br />

course, bragging rights on the line competition was always<br />

going to be fierce. After 4 long days, the finalists squared up<br />

to decide who would be crowned champion. Our members<br />

did fantastically well with members reaching 6 out of 11<br />

finals. Congratulations to champions Susie King and Brent<br />

Brooker and runners up, Alex Paisley, Brett Schille, Aaron<br />

Kunik and Kelly Clements.<br />

Adult Nationals<br />

The biggest event in the national calendar was held at the<br />

White Oaks club in Ontario this year. Over 200 players from<br />

across Canada descended on the club to fight for the honor of<br />

being crowed national champion. <strong>Club</strong> pro Susie King had<br />

a very good run in the ladies open event. Seeded 5 th Susie<br />

had a potentially tough quarter final against the 4 th seed from<br />

Winnipeg. As it turned out Susie made very short work of the<br />

match winning fairly comfortably 3-0. In her semi final match<br />

Susie was drawn against the number 1 seed and current world<br />

ranked 35 th player Sam Cornett. Playing such a highly ranked<br />

player was always going to be a difficult proposition for<br />

Susie. And things did not look good after losing a close first<br />

game and then the second as well, but she came back strongly<br />

winning the third and fourth games to force a decider. Fighting<br />

all the way Susie pushed the number 1 seed but eventually<br />

came up just short of victory. Exhausted the next day Susie<br />

had nothing left in the tank for the third fourth place play off.<br />

Also having a great tournament was Andrew McDougall.<br />

Coming back from a serious back injury Andrew had it tough<br />

against the top men in the country. In the end, Andrew’s only<br />

loss came in the semi finals to eventual champion Shahier<br />

Razik, meaning Andrew finished a fantastic third overall.<br />

Congratulations also to Megan Glenday who won the ladies<br />

A consolation.<br />

weekly saturday specials<br />

chef`s Feature entree<br />

Junior club championships<br />

Due to a crowded end of season our Junior <strong>Club</strong><br />

Championships were held later in the season than usual,<br />

nevertheless the level of squash displayed by the juniors was<br />

truly excellent. Some memorable matches were played before<br />

the champions were crowned. Congratulations to champions:<br />

Graham Kerford, Evelyn Moorhouse, Noel Heaton,<br />

Michael Banks, Tyson Schille and Lara Kunik.<br />

news<br />

Pictured left:<br />

Junior <strong>Club</strong><br />

Champions: Evelyn<br />

Moorhouse and<br />

Graham Kerford.<br />

squash Alberta membership - cHANGe!<br />

There will be a change this year for all members who wish<br />

the club to pay their annual membership dues to Squash<br />

Alberta. Normally all previous members are joined for the<br />

following season. This year we will be paying the dues for<br />

those members who wish, however we will only register<br />

those members who want us to register them. To have the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> register you with Squash Alberta simply register on<br />

GameTime for the class named ‘Squash Alberta<br />

Membership’. If you have any questions please email Ashley<br />

at ashleyr@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

interCluB<br />

If you are interested in playing interclub squash and are not<br />

currently involved please email ashleyr@calgarywinterclub.<br />

com and Ashley will put you in touch with our interclub<br />

representative Colleen Hicke.<br />

eMails<br />

All throughout the year our professional team sends out news<br />

on upcoming events, tournaments and general squash related<br />

news via our squash email distribution list. If you would like<br />

to be added to the list and receive these emails please email<br />

me at ashleyr@calgarywinterclub.com and I will add you to<br />

our list.<br />

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uPCoMing dates to reMeMBer<br />

September 11 Curling Open House, Curling<br />

Registration & AGM<br />

September12 & 13 CWC Beginner Basics Clinic<br />

(7:00 - 9:00 pm)<br />

September 15 Junior Curling Open House<br />

Party (2:00 - 4:00 pm)<br />

September 17 & 18 CWC Intermediate &<br />

Advanced Clinic (7:00 - 9:00 pm)<br />

September 21 Ladies Reunion Luncheon<br />

September 25 CWC AGM<br />

October 6 & 7 SACA Learn to Curl Clinic<br />

October 8 Thanksgiving<br />

October 20 Rumrunner Spiel<br />

October 26 Toonie Tweak Day - Back to<br />

Basics<br />

October 29 - November 2 Diamond Bonspiel<br />

oPen douBles Curling league<br />

Saturdays | 11:30 - 1:00 pm<br />

new!<br />

Starting this fall the CWC will be launching<br />

a brand new curling league. Open Doubles is<br />

very different from regular curling and this league will be an<br />

exciting new option to all of our curlers.<br />

What is Open Doubles Curling?<br />

• Open to any combination of genders and you just need 2<br />

per team!<br />

• 2 players deliver 5 stones per end<br />

• 8 end game takes less than 1.5 hours<br />

• One player delivers the 1 st and 5 th stones and the second<br />

player delivers the 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th stones (players can<br />

swap positions any end)<br />

• Both players can sweep<br />

• One stone from each team is pre-positioned to start the<br />

end – 1 guard and 1 behind the button<br />

• 2 eight-week sessions (one before Christmas, one after)<br />

Register for one or both<br />

Over 30 European countries have been playing Doubles<br />

for many years and Canada has participated in the World<br />

Championships since 2008. Mixed Doubles is played at the<br />

Continental Cup and will be introduced at the 2018 <strong>Winter</strong><br />

Olympics!<br />

Find yourself a partner (this will be an Open League so any<br />

combination of genders is acceptable) or sign up as a single<br />

and we will find you a partner! Get in on the ground floor<br />

of this exciting new game - we will teach you the rules! For<br />

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

Brenda Rogers 403-295-1860. Register on Game Time.<br />

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Curling oPen house, agM, & registration<br />

September 11 th<br />

The AGM & Registration Night is getting a make-over this<br />

year and will now include an Open House. There will be<br />

information booths featuring descriptions and registration info<br />

for all new programs and some refurbished classics!<br />

The Curling Section Annual General Meeting will take place<br />

in between the Open House and registration on Wednesday,<br />

September11 th at 7:00 pm in the Panorama Room. Come on<br />

out and meet all your curling cronies, check out what’s new<br />

this season in the curling department and perhaps enjoy a<br />

libation or two!<br />

senior snowy owl league<br />

This is a league for all levels of curlers 50 years of age or<br />

older and is open to <strong>Club</strong> members and non-CWC members.<br />

Teams play every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am and<br />

1:00 pm. The league schedule includes 42 league games plus<br />

6 skins format dates as well as a couple of banquets. Senior<br />

curlers of both genders will have a great time in this league.<br />

Enter individually or as a team. For more information,<br />

contact Harvey Hall at 403-547-1704.<br />

Junior PrograMs<br />

The CWC Junior Programs accept children and teens from<br />

ages 6 - 19 years. We also accept non-members through the<br />

Junior Curling Guest Pass program.<br />

lite rocks<br />

For 6 - 8 year olds, there are two weekly Lite Rock classes<br />

to choose from: Saturday at 9:00 am or Monday at 4:45 pm,<br />

starting October 13 th & 15 th respectively. Fundamentals and<br />

fun are the operative words for this gang.<br />

intermediates<br />

The Intermediates program for 9 - 11 year olds is held<br />

Saturdays at 10:05 am or Mondays at 5:30 pm starting<br />

October 13 th & 15 th respectively. Fundamentals are stressed<br />

and team play is incorporated at midseason.<br />

Juniors<br />

For 12-19 year olds, we have a league on Wednesdays at<br />

4:30 pm starting October 10 th ; the league also includes<br />

weekly skill building sessions. Beginners are welcome and<br />

given two weeks of skills development before league play<br />

begins. Participants may register either as full or partial teams<br />

or as individuals. A reminder to parents and youths that team<br />

play involves an attendance commitment.


Junior roCk star league<br />

Junior curlers, ages 9 - 17, are eligible for this one hour<br />

league on Friday afternoons. The Rock Star League will focus<br />

on games. It is STRONGLY recommended that juniors join<br />

the Rock Star League as a second curling day only and not<br />

as their primary curling day. The other programs offered will<br />

allow for the extra skill-building required by all curlers. This<br />

league will start on October 26 th . Please contact the curling<br />

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

A reminder to parents and youths that team play involves an<br />

attendance commitment.<br />

u21 training Centre for Curling (tCC)<br />

This fall the CWC will open the U21 Training<br />

Centre for Curling. Membership benefits to the<br />

TCC will include; unlimited non-prime-time<br />

practice, one on one coaching consultations<br />

with Level 3 Tech + coaches, monthly seminars, teambuilding<br />

mini-bonspiels, video analysis, access to CWC adult leagues.<br />

Membership in the TCC is open to both CWC members and<br />

non-members between the ages of 12 - 21. Non-members are<br />

subject to an additional $85 Junior Curling Guest Pass fee.<br />

See Game Time and website for TCC application process and<br />

program pricing. Contact Kim Perkins at 403-338-2442 for<br />

more information.<br />

All junior programs include both instruction and game play.<br />

Clothing and equipment requirements are outlined in the Fall<br />

Registration Guide.<br />

ladies Curling reunion lunCheon - sePt. 21<br />

This annual affair brings together current and past CWC<br />

women curlers for a great lunch, some entertainment, some<br />

nostalgia and a chance to say hello to old friends. Call Dee<br />

Liebel at 403-797-4849 for more information or register on<br />

Game Time.<br />

Junior Curling oPen house Party<br />

September 15 th | 2:00 - 4:00 pm<br />

Come on down to the curling section on September 15 th and<br />

join the fun! The Annual Junior Curling Open House Party<br />

will take place from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. This is a great time to<br />

meet up with your old curling buddies for a pick-up game<br />

or to check out curling for the first time (FREE Lessons for<br />

all! Non-members welcome!). There will be snacks and door<br />

prizes and fun games on and off the ice. Just bring a clean<br />

pair of running shoes and be ready for a great time!<br />

weekly wednesday specials<br />

Prime rib Night<br />

new!<br />

roCk, stoCk, and two sMokin’ BrooMs – the<br />

ruMrunner sPiel<br />

October 20, 2012<br />

Let’s kick off the season speakeasy-style! Don your<br />

fedoras and fringes (no boas please) and sign up your team<br />

to a night of; three 4-end games, rum tasting, piano bar,<br />

prizes, and costume contest; all for $80 per team. Individuals,<br />

beginners and guests welcome (must be over 18). Register on<br />

GameTime. Contact Kim Perkins at 403-338-2442 for more<br />

information.<br />

fall Curling CliniCs – Beginner BasiCs &<br />

interMediate/advanCed<br />

If you’d like to start curling this fall but aren’t sure where to<br />

start the CWC Beginner Basics Clinic is the place for you.<br />

The clinic will run from 7:00 - 9:00 pm on September 11 th<br />

and 12 th at a cost of $40 per person. All you need to bring<br />

is warm, layered clothing and clean indoor running shoes to<br />

wear.<br />

If you’d like to give your slide or sweeping skills a spruce<br />

up this fall check out the Intermediate & Advanced Clinic on<br />

September 17 th and 18 th from 7:00 - 9:00 pm at a cost of $40<br />

per person.<br />

roCkin’ rookies league & greenhorn league<br />

Everything old is new again… and a little different. Starting<br />

in the fall of 2012 the Novice League will be split into two<br />

different sections, each with a different name. The Rockin’<br />

Rookies League will cater to curlers of 1 - 3 years<br />

experience. The Greenhorn League will cater to more<br />

experienced novices with 3 - 7 years experience. The two<br />

leagues will interact at times but the different skill levels will<br />

always be recognized. Both leagues will run on Saturday<br />

mornings from 11:30 - 1:30 pm. Register on GameTime.<br />

Contact Kim Perkins for information at 403-338-2442.<br />

noMinations for direCtors<br />

The Board of Directors is accepting a notification of interest for<br />

members wishing to run for the Board of Directors. If interested in<br />

running, members should contact Reagan Hume at 403-338-2418 or at<br />

reaganh@calgarywinterclub.com no later than Friday, August 17, 2012.<br />

Expression of interest will be forwarded to the Board<br />

Nomination Committee for consideration.<br />

c u r l i n g<br />

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suMMer registered PrograMs<br />

Yoga camps<br />

Join Michael Savill for a week of energetic, rejuvenating<br />

yoga classes. Style is Hatha Yoga and is open to all levels.<br />

Yoga Camps will run July 9 - 13 and August 20 - 24 from<br />

9:30 - 11:00 am. Register on GameTime for one or both<br />

camps.<br />

iron Maidens<br />

July 3 - 5 or July 16 - 20 or July 23 - 27<br />

Looking for a program that provides variety and balance both<br />

physically and spiritually? Join Lana Libke as she transforms<br />

you into an Iron Maiden. The first hour will be dedicated<br />

to strength training or cardio with each day finishing with<br />

40 minutes of yoga. Registration now open on GameTime.<br />

Please contact Lana Libke with any further questions at<br />

lanal@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

suMMer fitness Center hours<br />

Please note: effective July 2, 2012, the Fitness Centre will<br />

switch over to summer hours.<br />

Friday: 5:50 am - 9:00 pm<br />

Saturday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

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

Summer Holidays<br />

Sunday, July 1, Canada Day: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Monday, July 2: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Monday, August 6, Civic Holiday: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm<br />

triathlon training<br />

Come out this summer and train to complete a triathlon! The<br />

program runs indoors and outdoors through the summer with<br />

a goal sprint triathlon scheduled for September 8, 2012!<br />

Personal training rates<br />

We are pleased to announce we are simplifying our Personal<br />

Training Pricing and Trainer Levels. As of September 1, 2012<br />

we will be moving to a 2 Level Trainer system and as such,<br />

pricing will be adjusted accordingly. Hourly sessions with<br />

Level 1 trainers will be $60 and Level 2 trainers will be $67.<br />

Please contact your trainer to see how this price change will<br />

pertain to you.<br />

lock in your current price today!<br />

Purchase pre-paid packages of 10 sessions with your trainer<br />

at your current price before September 1 st . Limit of two per<br />

person and must be used prior to December 31, 2012.<br />

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new PrograMs to watCh for this fall!<br />

trX challenger<br />

Take your TRX training to the next level with this class. You<br />

will be introduced to the TRX Force program which is based<br />

on Military training. Get stronger and more flexible. Time to<br />

realize your potential. Previous TRX training required.<br />

reformer Mat/combo<br />

The Pilates Reformer is an exercise machine used to<br />

challenge your standard mat Pilates exercises. This<br />

workout consists of controlled movement patterns that take<br />

your muscles through a full range of motion. With the<br />

addition of resistance, your training will result in an increased<br />

fitness level including strength and flexibility.<br />

trX combo<br />

Get the best of both worlds! The TRX Suspension Trainer<br />

and Rip Trainer. These two pieces of equipment complement<br />

each other so well that the only thing you will see is an<br />

increase in your fitness level! Through rotational training<br />

on the Rip Trainer to suspended body weight training on the<br />

Suspension Trainer, you will power through an hour of high<br />

intensity work like no other!<br />

trX rip<br />

Try out our newest piece of functional training equipment!<br />

The Rip Trainer was developed by Martial Artist; Peter<br />

Holman. It is a tool that can be utilized to create a more<br />

symmetrical, balanced body through unilateral training. Come<br />

see what you can do with a bar and some resistance tubing.<br />

You will be surprised!<br />

Kundalini Yoga<br />

Kundalini Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice<br />

which combines asana-based kriyas, pranayama and<br />

meditation. These combined help to target the whole body<br />

system to develop awareness, consciousness and spiritual<br />

strength.<br />

iron kids Camp<br />

August 13 - 17 | 12:30 - 2:30 pm<br />

registration now open on gametime


forever fit news<br />

By Kelly Skeavington<br />

kellys@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Now that summer is here, I know you are all busy gardening,<br />

golfing, walking, and appreciating the sun and the flowers.<br />

Enjoy it while it lasts!<br />

In a few short months, we will be opening up the newly<br />

expanded fitness area where all of our Forever Fit classes will<br />

be held.<br />

Here is a glimpse of the new upcoming classes for the fall:<br />

55+ cycle core stretch (registered)<br />

Wednesdays | October 10 - December 12 | 11:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

This combination class brings together the big three forms of<br />

fitness: cardio, abdominals and flexibility. This triad of<br />

activities will provide the perfect base for a healthy and<br />

functional lifestyle.<br />

55+ Fusion (registered)<br />

Wednesdays | October 10 - December 12 | 10:30 – 11:30 am<br />

This class will offer a gentle combination of Pilates, Yoga and<br />

fitness poses to increase and challenge your strength,<br />

flexibility, balance and range of motion. It will leave you<br />

feeling long, strong, relaxed and focused! Small equipment<br />

will be used to assist and challenge the various movements.<br />

Bring your body back to its ideal alignment, energy and<br />

postural health. Suitable for beginners.<br />

Yoga Fit and Flexible (registered)<br />

Tuesdays | October 9 - December 11 | 12:00 - 1:00 pm<br />

This class will work the body, mind<br />

and spirit. It combines strength,<br />

balance and postural exercises using<br />

light weights, Bosu’s and Bender<br />

Balls. Tone muscles and strengthen<br />

your body to improve your flexibility<br />

and range of motion. This<br />

class promises to increase your core<br />

strength and your energy levels by<br />

using basic yoga and relaxing yoga<br />

stretches. Structured to build and<br />

progress weekly. Suitable for all<br />

levels and abilities.<br />

buns, bellies, Abs and Arms (drop-in)<br />

Fridays | 10:30 - 11:30 am<br />

This is the ultimate sculpting class to tone all those trouble<br />

spots – abdominals, arms, hips and thighs. You will be lead<br />

through a variety of exercises that will give you a stronger<br />

and more defined upper body and mid-section. This class will<br />

use a variety of equipment - balls, weights, tubing and<br />

gliders. Each class will end with a relaxing stretching<br />

component. You will have fun and look great!<br />

Registered classes are listed on GameTime and registration<br />

is on-going. Please take a moment to check out Forever Fit<br />

classes and sign up. Enjoy your summer and I will see you in<br />

the fall!<br />

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a Message froM the direCtor<br />

Wow what a season! Thank you to all of the skaters, parents<br />

and fellow coaches who did an amazing job with putting<br />

together our year end Theatre on Ice performance and<br />

banquet. A great time was had by all! After taking some time<br />

to pause, take a breath and a little break from skating, we are<br />

now back in full swing. The June warm up camp was a<br />

success again and we look forward to our Dynamic Ice<br />

Summer program. If you are not participating in our<br />

summer program we wish you a happy and healthy summer<br />

and are excited to get started in September. Please remember<br />

to check out our CWC website — under Skating — to see full<br />

details of all schedules and programing for the fall.<br />

dates to Mark on your Calendar<br />

July 2 - August 15 Dynamic Ice Summer Program -<br />

Cardel Place Arena<br />

skater of the Month - aPril<br />

Congratulations to Dawson Nodwell on the April ‘skater of<br />

the month’ award!<br />

Dawson creates goals and works toward achieving them<br />

with passion. After passing his Senior Bronze free skate and<br />

competing in Juvenile men, he continues to strive forward<br />

polishing his interpretive program and working on his jumps<br />

& flexibility as part of his dry land training.<br />

Dawson has a great attitude and works hard on the ice,<br />

skating with purpose and determination; he aims to complete<br />

his Jr. Silver dances and Sr. Silver skills.<br />

Way to go Dawson, you’re an inspiration to our skating<br />

program!<br />

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Dawson Nodwell – 1 st<br />

place (Introductory<br />

Interpretive)at the St.<br />

Albert Springsational<br />

Competition<br />

skate Canada’s new Canskate PrograM<br />

Over the past few years Skate Canada has continued<br />

working towards implementing Long-Term Athlete<br />

Development (LTAD) philosophies into Skate Canada<br />

programming. It is an exciting time as we take our first steps<br />

towards making these philosophies a reality in our sport and<br />

making improvements to our programs that will benefit all<br />

our skaters. Reflecting the work done by the LTAD Learn to<br />

Skate stage working group and feedback provided by coaches<br />

and other stakeholders over the last three seasons, as well as<br />

concept and pilot testing done from January 2010 to<br />

present, the revised CanSkate curriculum is in its final stages<br />

of completion.<br />

The revised CanSkate program consists of:<br />

• Stage 1 to 6 badges (same badges as current)<br />

• The current fundamental movements plus four new<br />

components - Speed, Extreme, Spins & Spirals, Hockey/<br />

Ringette - have been reconfigured into three fundamental<br />

areas called Balance, Control and Agility (the ABCs of<br />

skating!):<br />

Balance: Skate Forward, forward moving Extreme,<br />

Speed, Spins & Spirals and Hockey/Ringette skills<br />

Control: Stop, Skate Backward, backward moving<br />

Extreme, Spins & Spirals and Hockey/Ringette skills<br />

Agility: Turn, Jump, turn and jumping skills from<br />

Extreme, Spins & Spirals and Hockey/Ringette<br />

Here at the CWC we plan to implement the new CanSkate<br />

program as early as January 2013. Stay tuned for more<br />

information.<br />

Mackenzie Meyer (3 rd<br />

place) and Sara<br />

Callaway (2 nd place<br />

Junior Bronze ladies<br />

freeskate event) at the<br />

Winsport Competition


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Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD)<br />

What is LTAD?<br />

LTAD is human development from birth to adulthood and is a life-long process. To completely grasp this<br />

process a lot of experts and industry leaders divide this human development into distinct stages with<br />

specific characteristics. The Canadian Sport for life model is broken down below and will give parents and<br />

members a good sense of what is involved in the LTAD model.<br />

1. Active Start – Active Start is about starting children off on the right foot. Making physical activity a fun<br />

part of daily life creates the right setting for your child to learn.<br />

2. Fundamentals – This stage focuses on learning fundamental movement skills and building<br />

overall motor skills.<br />

3. Learn to Train – During this stage, children are ready to learn and refine the general sports skills they<br />

need to athletic development and participation in sport for health.<br />

4. Train to Train – In this stage athletes start to specialize in the sport of their choice. Children also start to<br />

compete more seriously.<br />

5. Train to Compete – This stage is about the development of athletes as young adults. By this stage they<br />

are focusing on a specific skill or event. For example they are a Goalie, not just a hockey player.<br />

6. Train to Win – This stage is about training to win at the highest levels of sport. For example<br />

international competition. Only the very best and most dedicated reach this stage.<br />

7. Active for Life – This stage is all about a smooth transition from a competitive career to lifelong physical<br />

activity and participation in sports. The goal is to make the transition from competitive sports positive<br />

and to keep everyone active for life.<br />

* Information used from www.canadiansportforlife.ca<br />

The LTAD model has been adapted by many different sports in Canada and there are a lot of supporting<br />

documents for parents and coaches to review. Below are some websites that can be used to help fully<br />

understand the LTAD model. The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> is currently working on bringing a form of the<br />

LTAD model to the members, and plans and information will be rolled out in the upcoming editions of the<br />

<strong>Club</strong> News. If you have any questions about LTAD, please contact Amber Wright the <strong>Club</strong>’s LTAD Chair at<br />

amberw@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

www.canadiansportforlife.ca<br />

www.squash.ca/long-term-player-development<br />

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c h i l d c a r e & P r e s c h o o l<br />

ChildCare hours<br />

Mondays: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Tuesdays - Fridays: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Saturdays: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Sundays and Holidays: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

July 2 nd (recognized as Canada Day): 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

August 6 th (Civic Holiday): 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

away and Play<br />

• 2 ½ hours any day between 9am and 4pm<br />

• $20/child<br />

• No Shows $20/child<br />

• Late pick-ups $15/child per half hour or part thereof<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 />

infant BloCk Bookings<br />

Block bookings are for infants who will<br />

be coming at the same times each week<br />

and you can make a maximum of 3<br />

block bookings.<br />

summer block bookings<br />

(July 3 – August 31)<br />

Summer block booking will run for<br />

July and August. If you want a summer booking and have not<br />

already booked it you can do so anytime now by calling the<br />

childcare.<br />

Fall block bookings (september 4 - December 21)<br />

Active members can call to block book for fall starting on<br />

Friday, August 10 th at 8:30 am.<br />

Select wait list members can call to block book for fall<br />

starting on Friday, August 17 th at 8:30 am.<br />

gaMes, giggles and giant stePs for fall 2012<br />

Starting in September we will have a licensed Preschool<br />

program. The Second year of this program (Games, Giggles<br />

and Giant Steps) still has a few spaces available.<br />

This is a 3 day a week preschool program. Each week<br />

includes crafts, circle time, gym, music, games, activities and<br />

stories. If you want more information there is a brochure on<br />

the CWC Website under Preschool.<br />

PriCes (effeCtive sePt 1, 2012)<br />

• Children over 6 years of age (as of July 1 st ): $6/hour<br />

• Select Waitlist members: $6/hour<br />

• Guests/Non-Resident: $8/hour<br />

• Late Pick Ups (over the daily time limit or after closing<br />

time): $15/half hour or part thereof per child<br />

• No Shows (for infant booking): $15/child<br />

• No Shows (for Away and Play): $22/child<br />

• Late Cancellation: $15/child<br />

• **NEW PRICE*** Away and Play: $22/child<br />

fall Classes<br />

There are still spaces in some of the fall classes. Please check<br />

on GameTime to see which classes still have spaces available.<br />

• Preschool classes (Beginning Steps and Games, Giggles<br />

& Giant Steps) begin the week of September 4 th<br />

• Ballet & Playball classes begin September 22 nd<br />

• Gym, Music and Bricks classes begin the week of<br />

October 2 nd<br />

ChildCare foCus of the Month<br />

Drop off and Pick up<br />

Please ensure that your child is dropped off and picked up by<br />

the same person unless permission is established when<br />

dropping off. If a different person will be picking up your<br />

child it must be noted on the day sheet and explained to<br />

the childcare staff. This includes spouses, grandparents and<br />

friends. Please also remember all people dropping off or<br />

picking up children must be 16 years or older and no<br />

exceptions can be made.<br />

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

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find out what everyone’s Been<br />

talking aBout!<br />

Join an exCiting adult and<br />

youth Bowling PrograM<br />

get a grouP together<br />

Lots of 5-pin leagues for all ages!<br />

Wednesday Night 10-Pin League<br />

New Thursday evening 10-Pin League Bowling<br />

at the same time as Thursday evening 5-Pin League<br />

(30 people max. in 5-pin, 20 people max. in 10-pin)<br />

New Tuesday Afternoon Youth 10-Pin League<br />

enter any league as a 5 player team,<br />

in couples or as singles<br />

for all ages – Beginners are welcome<br />

Check gametime for all registration information<br />

register now while there are spots available!<br />

nolan wins silver!<br />

Eight year old Nolan Scott won the<br />

silver medal at the <strong>Calgary</strong> Youth 5-pin<br />

200/250/275 Youth Challenge held<br />

recently at the Chinook Bowladrome with<br />

over 100 bowlers participating. Nolan<br />

qualified for this prestigious event with a<br />

222 game, which is 121 points above his<br />

average of 102. Congratulations Nolan for this tremendous<br />

achievement!<br />

Thanks to Brett Siemens, Scott Starkoski and Chris<br />

Rvachew for also representing the <strong>Club</strong> proudly at the event.<br />

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Pasta Night<br />

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sPring league results<br />

A record number of 130 bowlers<br />

participated in our Spring programs<br />

this season. Pictured are the league<br />

champions for 2012:<br />

Ladies 5-pin (l to r): Jean<br />

Podovinnikoff, Olive Anderson,<br />

Dieter Haecker (plaque<br />

donator), Sheila Berger<br />

(Missing: Isabel Butte, Tillie<br />

Faminow)<br />

Mixed 10-pin (l to r):<br />

Toby Roch (Presenter), Trevor<br />

Artzen, Ferdie Artzen, Chris<br />

Rvachew, Robyn Starkoski<br />

Youth 5-pin (front): Leah<br />

Baecker, Nicole Kalny, (back):<br />

Robyn Starkoski, Amanda<br />

Burwash<br />

Mixed 5-pin (l to r): Deborah<br />

Eastwood, Margaret Shannon,<br />

Dennis Cantrill, Darla Cantrill,<br />

Sharon Larson<br />

Staff 10-pin (l to r): Carl<br />

Hofmeister, Lisa Bowman,<br />

Shane Fortier and Cody<br />

Wheatley.


CWC BoWling`s<br />

Believe It or Not!<br />

• In our five Spring Bowling Leagues this season, the<br />

margin of qualifying for the League Championships was<br />

one point in three leagues and a half a point in the other<br />

two leagues. This proves that our handicap system keeps<br />

all teams close and allows everyone to stay in the hunt<br />

for playoff positions.<br />

• On the last regular night in the 5-pin Mixed League,<br />

Marg Aksenchuk catapulted her team into the Finals<br />

when she rolled games of 249 and 262 to be an<br />

unbelievable 276 pins over average.<br />

• The Squash Section held their very successful Annual<br />

Wind-up at the Bowling Centre on May 12 th . At the<br />

event, Colleen Hicke rolled the highest recorded score<br />

by a woman at the <strong>Club</strong> (191) since we introduced<br />

10-pin bowling last August. This achievement is even<br />

more amazing since Colleen has only bowled 10-pin a<br />

few times in her entire life. Well done!<br />

highlights froM Bowling general Meeting<br />

• It was decided that we will have<br />

two separate leagues for the Fall/<br />

<strong>Winter</strong> session on Thursday<br />

nights. There will be a small four<br />

lane 10-pin league bowling at the<br />

same time as our existing six lane 5-pin league<br />

• The youth league fees will change from $22 to $30 per<br />

person to help offset costs of the the Annual Youth<br />

Bowling Banquet<br />

• A motion was approved so that prize money is awarded<br />

consistently in every league<br />

Please check the bulletin board in the Bowling Centre lobby<br />

for more items from the minutes of the 2012 Bowling General<br />

Meeting.<br />

oPen for<br />

Business!<br />

• If your favorite <strong>Club</strong> area is closed<br />

sometime during July and August,<br />

the Bowling Centre will be open for<br />

business for most of the summer.<br />

• With the installation last summer<br />

of synthetic lanes, there is no need<br />

to close for long periods for floor<br />

refinishing and sanding. However,<br />

we will still have to close for a short<br />

period (from August 27 th to 29 th ) for thorough<br />

facility cleaning and pinsetter maintenance<br />

• Remember to book lanes on Game Time when<br />

you are looking to bowl, especially on those rainy<br />

days!<br />

• Bowling Centre hours of operation in July<br />

and August: Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays,<br />

Wednesdays and Thursdays: 10:00 am to<br />

8:00 pm, Fridays and Saturdays: 10:00 am to<br />

9:00 pm. Note: The Bowling Centre will be open<br />

from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm on the following holiday<br />

dates: Sunday, July 1 st ; Monday, July 2 nd ; and<br />

Monday, August 6 th<br />

2011/12 Bowling CoMMittee<br />

Special thanks to the following people for donating their time<br />

for the Bowling section this past season:<br />

executive<br />

Chairperson - Toby Roch<br />

Vice-Chairperson - Walter Zwick<br />

Treasurer - Nancy Larson<br />

Secretary - James Goodwin<br />

Past Chairperson - Stuart Cantrill<br />

league reprentatives<br />

Ben Buchanan, Lois Zwick, Marleen Brown, Mimi Daniel,<br />

Jean Podovinnikoff, Olive Anderson, Sharon Larson, Karen<br />

Kryzan, Toby Holysh, Bill Daniel<br />

special Projects<br />

Nick Lalla, Dennis Havrelock, Don Layton, Peggy Calhoun,<br />

Mila Killen, Vincent Jennings, Kathy Kaiser, Tracy Rvachew<br />

the eleventh fraMe<br />

x / / 2 x x x - / 9 / x<br />

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… there are great dates available in July and August for group<br />

bookings in the Bowling Centre… whether it is a corporate<br />

team building event, Stampede party or reunion with friends<br />

and family, we specialize in making your group experience<br />

memorable… contact the Bowling Centre at (403) 338-2424 for<br />

more information… congratulations to Tuesday Mixed bowlers<br />

Stuart Cantrill and Sarah Walder who recently announced<br />

their engagement… best wishes to Bowling staff members<br />

Leah Pohlman, Robyn Starkoski, Connor Dickin and Chris<br />

Rvachew who will all be leaving <strong>Calgary</strong> to attend university<br />

in the fall ... sorry to hear that long-time league bowlers Bert<br />

Ellis and Gus Swystun recently passed away ...<br />

YOU’RE INVITED<br />

TO THE CALGARY WINTER CLUB<br />

Stampede Shindig<br />

Come to the <strong>Club</strong> for Some Stampede Fun! (Adults Only)<br />

Friday, July 13, 2012<br />

Cocktails at 6:00 pm • Dinner at 7:00 pm • Dancing at 8:00 pm<br />

$30 • Cash Bar • Buffet<br />

Reservations can be made by calling Palmina in the<br />

Food & Beverage Department at 403.338.2406 or<br />

email palminam@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Service Charges and Gratuities are not included.<br />

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tournaMent results<br />

The outdoor competitive season is in full swing. The<br />

following CWC players have achieved top 5 singles results:<br />

calgary tennis club 5.0<br />

Curran Wearmouth - 1 st<br />

Sidney Yap - 2 nd<br />

tennis Academy u18<br />

Mikaela Bennett - 2 nd<br />

capilano u12<br />

Ashley Yap - 5 th<br />

Medicine Hat u12/u16<br />

Jessica Marks - 4 th U12<br />

Kelsea Gorzo - 5 th U16<br />

Airdrie u18<br />

Kelsi Oliphant - 2 nd<br />

Mikaela Bennett - 4 th<br />

Westin Bennett - 4 th<br />

First serve Junior challenger #1 u12<br />

Annabelle Ackroyd - 1 st<br />

Lucas Chuk - 5 th<br />

Junior tennis festival<br />

The second annual CWC Junior Tennis Festival took place<br />

on March 10 th and 11 th ,with 75 players ranging in age from<br />

4 to 17. There were five fun competitive events, a games and<br />

skills circuit for twenty-four 4 and 5 year old Early Starters,<br />

and the first annual ProJaM Exhibition match featuring pros,<br />

competitive juniors, and members.<br />

Progressive team tourney<br />

1 st The NATS<br />

Nya McWhirter, Addison Mawhinney,<br />

Thomas Gillies, Samuel Lawson<br />

3/4 court round robin winners<br />

Group A Lochlan Mackenzie<br />

Group B Amelia Ackroyd<br />

Group C Jacob Rosenegger<br />

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under 10<br />

1 st Ethan Stelmaschuk<br />

2 nd Artemy Gavrilov<br />

3 rd Tommy Boorman<br />

under 12<br />

1 st Ashley Yap<br />

2 nd Lucas Chuk<br />

3 rd Scott Starkoski<br />

Junior b winners<br />

Group A Carly Miller<br />

Group B Lauren Kirk<br />

ProJaM exhibition Match<br />

The ProJaM featured an optional buffet lunch for<br />

spectators. Come out next year and join fellow members to<br />

watch high-level CWC tennis while enjoying some food &<br />

drinks.<br />

Pros: Adrian Court, James Longstreet,<br />

Peter Smythe<br />

Juniors: Mikaela Bennett, Westin Bennett,<br />

Andrei Gavrilov, Kelsea Gorzo,<br />

Thomas Lee, Michael Pearce,<br />

Michaela Sherven, Ashley Yap, Sidney Yap<br />

Members: Michael Lebitka, Dave Mann,<br />

John Matthyssen, Nadia McCarthy,<br />

Leanne Rutherford, Heather Szpecht<br />

Many thanks to the numerous volunteers who had a hand in<br />

the promotion and running of the CWC Junior Tennis<br />

Festival. We couldn’t have done it without you.<br />

douBles CluB ChaMPs<br />

This year’s Doubles <strong>Club</strong> Championship was a small draw<br />

but that didn’t effect all the entertaining matches we had. We<br />

would like to thank all the participants and volunteers for<br />

making this year’s tournament a hit. Congratulations to the<br />

following Doubles <strong>Club</strong> Champions:<br />

Men’s champions<br />

A - Sidney Yap & Craig Hiddleston<br />

B - Todd Fiesel & Gilbert Leung<br />

C - Michael Chong & Phillip Krepola<br />

D - Bruce Ayrton & Christian Roux<br />

women’s champions<br />

A - Mikaela Sherven & Michaela Bennett<br />

B - Melissa Hiddleston & Cindy Mann


Junior tennis triP<br />

This past April a group of junior tennis players travelled to<br />

France and Spain to experience how the top tennis countries<br />

train and compete. The trip started in the south of France<br />

at the resort town of Canet-en-Roussillon. We trained there<br />

as a team twice a day for four days, which was a nice way<br />

to acclimatize. We then travelled to Barcelona via bus, and<br />

headed straight to the Barcelona Open. We watch most of the<br />

top male players compete on clay, and this included Canada’s<br />

Milos Raonic. After a full day of watching tennis we headed<br />

to <strong>Club</strong> de Tennis Andres Gimeno to start our training. We<br />

trained for four days with their coaches and finished our tour<br />

with interclub matches. I would like to thank all players and<br />

parents for making this happen. A special thanks to Jean for<br />

her efforts and we all look forward to the next trip.<br />

evening douBles leagues Changes<br />

Starting Fall 2012 the Men’s Doubles League and the Ladies<br />

Evening Doubles League will have the following changes:<br />

• Runs for nine weeks<br />

• Four teams per box<br />

• Every three weeks top team moves up and bottom team<br />

moves down<br />

• Spares must be same level or three points will be<br />

deducted for every level spare is a higher level<br />

• Times for each level do not change, however if you move<br />

up or down your time could change<br />

If you have any questions about Evening Doubles Leagues<br />

contact Adrian at 403 338-2447.<br />

teaMs tournaMent<br />

The Teams Tournament was held on Friday, May 4 th .<br />

Twenty four players participated in the tournament. Teams<br />

were comprised of four players. The competitive spirit at<br />

the tournament was high. The winning Team was (pictured<br />

at left from left to right) David Manuel, Sharron Maxwell,<br />

Catherine O’Byrne and Michael Chong. The second place<br />

prize (pictured below from left to right) was awarded to Rod<br />

Maxwell, Donna Williams, Pauline Jones and Pam<br />

Rinehart, after they won a tie break game of rock, paper,<br />

scissors over third place team of (pictured bottom right from<br />

left to right) William Daniel, Jennifer Schroeder, Marilyn<br />

Oakley and Barry Rinehart.<br />

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olyMPian graCe gao<br />

Congratulations to Grace Gao who<br />

was recently named to the 2012 Canadian<br />

Olympic Badminton Team. She<br />

will be competing this summer in London,<br />

England at the Olympic Games<br />

with her mixed doubles partner Toby<br />

Ng (former CWC representative). Well<br />

done, Grace, we will all be following your progress!<br />

BadMinton Court Closure<br />

Please remember the badminton courts will be closed for the<br />

entire summer, June 27 - September 4. If you would like to<br />

play at the Glencoe <strong>Club</strong> during renovations, please send an<br />

email to Dave so that he can inform the Glencoe <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

Masters ChaMPion<br />

Congratulations to Joanne Gillette for her Gold Medal<br />

performance with her Glencoe partner Karen Torstensen at<br />

the recent Canadian Masters held in Quebec City. Great work,<br />

Joanne!<br />

adult wind-uP<br />

Thanks to the 138 people who came out to the year end<br />

wind-up on April 20 th . A fun time was had by all. A special<br />

thank you to Bob Legros who organized a silent auction<br />

during the evening to benefit the Competitive Juniors at the<br />

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

noMinations for direCtors<br />

The Board of Directors is accepting a notification of interest for<br />

members wishing to run for the Board of Directors. If interested in<br />

running, members should contact Reagan Hume at 403-338-2418 or at<br />

reaganh@calgarywinterclub.com no later than Friday, August 17, 2012.<br />

Expression of interest will be forwarded to the Board<br />

Nomination Committee for consideration.<br />

CluB ChaMPions<br />

Congratulations to all the 2012 <strong>Club</strong> Champions:<br />

Mens singles<br />

‘A’ - Imran Wadia<br />

‘B’ - Austin Bauer<br />

‘C’ - Rupa Sandhu<br />

‘D’ - Bob Ashauer<br />

ladies singles<br />

Pauline Sceviour<br />

Mens Doubles<br />

‘A’ - Justin Mullaly/Gautam Shinde<br />

‘B’ - Imran Wadia/Austin Bauer<br />

‘C’ - Bryan Stock/Terry Stock<br />

‘D’ - Trevor Artzen/Peter Leibel<br />

ladies Doubles<br />

‘A’ - Jody Patrick/Pauline Sceviour<br />

‘B’ - Lindsay Smith/Chelsey Kaiser<br />

‘C’ - Ashley Sceviour/Carol Fu<br />

‘D’ - Lilian Hong/Julie Jones<br />

Mixed Doubles<br />

‘A’ - Neil Hutchinson/Lindsay Smith<br />

‘B’ - Imran Wadia/Shelby Jones<br />

‘C’ - Peter Leibel/Chelsey Kaiser<br />

‘D’ - Logan Drackett/Joanne Gillette<br />

benny Hill Doubles<br />

‘A’ - Bryan Stock/Bill Bridgewater<br />

‘B’ - Mark Docksteader/Alex Riben<br />

‘C’ - Tenny Lo/Pauline Sceviour<br />

‘D’ - Dean Milner/Greg Sanden<br />

From Dave anD JeFF in the baDminton<br />

oFFice... We hope you have had a great 2011-2012<br />

badminton season. Have a safe and happy summer!<br />

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With the Grilling season already upon us and being in the province that<br />

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Rib Eyes, striploins, and tenderloins are most appropriate. Make sure that the beef is<br />

thick enough that you will be able to achieve your desired doneness; 3 cm is best for<br />

cooking. When you buy your steaks ask the butcher to cut them for you. One 16 oz strip<br />

instead of two 8 oz will get better results.<br />

2. Always make sure that your grill is cleaned and preheated before use. This will ensure<br />

that you are at the proper cooking temperature and get great grill marks. Hot, properly<br />

seasoned grills mean you don’t have to oil the steak before cooking and the steak won’t<br />

taste like gasoline.<br />

3. Season the meat appropriately just before you put it on the grill. Any of your favorite<br />

seasonings will do, by choosing, toasting, and grinding your own spices it will make all<br />

the difference in the world. If you are going to add any sauce to the steak make sure you<br />

do it near the end of cooking. Sugars in the sauces can easily burn and ruin the steak.<br />

4. The steak should be turned twice and flipped once. Place the steak on the grill and turn<br />

it once to get the grill marks on the first side. Once the steak is cooked on the first side<br />

flip it over, turn it once more to get the grill marks on the second side. If your steak is<br />

burning then you have it too close to the heat source, move it off a little farther to the<br />

side. If done properly your steak should show even cooking when cut through.<br />

5. The simple guide to doneness is as follows (you must use the turn/flip/turn method<br />

above): When you see blood start to come out of the steak it is rare, when the blood<br />

starts to coagulate it is med rare, when the blood is coagulated it is medium, when<br />

there is a lot of coagulated blood hanging off the steak it is medium well, when the<br />

blood starts to burn it is well done.<br />

6. You must allow the steaks to rest after they start showing these signs. It allows the meat<br />

to continue to cook to the desired doneness and relaxes the muscle fibres letting the<br />

juices go back into the meat. If a steak is bleeding onto a plate or if you cut into a steak<br />

and the blood flows freely it has not been rested. This means that a properly cooked well<br />

done steak is not a dried out piece of shoe leather, it just has no red in the meat.<br />

7. Lastly, if you are going to cut a steak for your guests cut it against the grain. This makes<br />

the muscles fibres shorter, therefore tenderer.<br />

Enjoy your grilling season while we have it! If you have any grilling questions<br />

please contact Jeff Merrin at jeffm@calgarywinterclub.com.<br />

Happy grilling from your Food & Beverage Team!


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food & Beverage suMMer hours<br />

• The kitchen will close a half hour before closing<br />

• The 818 and Snack Bar will return to normal hours after<br />

the September long weekend.<br />

• Holidays: The 818 Bistro will be closed July 2 nd ,<br />

August 6 th , and September 3 rd .<br />

hours froM July 3 - 31<br />

818 bistro<br />

Monday through Friday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm<br />

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

Sunday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

(Kitchen will close a half hour before closing)<br />

snack bar<br />

The Snack Bar is closed from July 3 - 30 for renovations.<br />

The 818 Bistro will be open for breakfast during this time.<br />

hours starting august 1 st<br />

818 bistro<br />

Monday through Friday: 11:30 am - 10:00 pm<br />

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

Sunday: 10:30 am - 8:00 pm<br />

(Kitchen will close a half hour before closing)<br />

snack bar<br />

Monday through Friday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Saturday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm<br />

Sunday: 7:00 am - 7:00 pm<br />

catering Office<br />

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

Upcoming club events<br />

Stampede Breakfast | July 8 th<br />

Stampede Dinner & Dance | July 13 th<br />

· weekly specials ·<br />

· MONDAY ·<br />

Burger Night<br />

Served with Your Choice of Side<br />

$11.00<br />

5:00 pm - Close<br />

· TUESDAY ·<br />

Pasta Night<br />

Create Your Own Pasta<br />

$11.00<br />

5:00 pm - Close<br />

· WEDNESDAY ·<br />

Prime Rib Night<br />

8 oz plated prime rib<br />

$20.00<br />

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

·THURSDAY ·<br />

Pizza Night<br />

Create your own pizza<br />

(3) Toppings<br />

$12.00<br />

5:00 pm - Close<br />

· FRIDAY ·<br />

Fish and Chips<br />

5:00 pm - Close<br />

$12.00<br />

· Saturday ·<br />

Chef’s Feature Entree<br />

Ask Server for Details<br />

$ Market Price<br />

5:00 pm - Close<br />

our Buffet nights will return in september.<br />

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

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MeMBershiPs<br />

Annual memberships will be automatically renewed in July.<br />

If you are unable to be part of this fantastic group, remember<br />

to fill out a cancellation form at the front desk.<br />

Membership fees will remain at $12.00 for the year and will<br />

allow you access to a number of 55+ events. This charge will<br />

be on your July invoice.<br />

welCoMe new MeMBers!<br />

We appreciate ideas from all our members, please<br />

contact one of the 55+ committee members or Jodi Paisley at<br />

403-338-4506 or by email at jodip@calgarywinterclub.com if<br />

you have ideas or projects you would like share or see<br />

happen.<br />

New 2012-13 committee<br />

Chair/Social: Ron Moore<br />

Past Chair: Al Bailey<br />

Vice Chair/Social: Ron Reid<br />

Secretary: Ollie Samoil<br />

Treasurer: Kathy Lewis<br />

Social: Marleen Brown<br />

Communications: David Augustine<br />

Volunteers: Peggy Calhoun<br />

Member Relations: Carolyn Kelly<br />

Activities: Marg Wheeler<br />

Sunshine Lady: Beryl Parkinson<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Liaison: Jodi Paisley<br />

hiking/walking CluB<br />

The <strong>Calgary</strong> Wanderers (hiking and walking) invites you to<br />

join them any or all of their hikes. Hikes occur every<br />

Wednesday until October 17 th . For additional details, please<br />

consult the Hiking Binder by the Sports Office. Register on<br />

GameTime or in person at the Sports Office, no charge.<br />

Coffee Party<br />

Due to an overwhelming participation with our coffee<br />

parties, there will be a $2.00 charge effective September to<br />

help to cover the costs for the coffee/cookies. Please register<br />

on GameTime or in person at the Sports Office.<br />

September 21 st from 1:00 - 3:00 pm<br />

Adam Janikowski - Mount Everest Climb<br />

October 26 th from 1:00 - 3:00 pm<br />

Cheryl Doherty, Executive Director Boys & Girls <strong>Club</strong> of<br />

<strong>Calgary</strong> – Youth Issues<br />

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oPen house<br />

September 27 th | 1:00 - 6:00 pm<br />

Mark your calendars to attend the 55+ Open House to learn<br />

what we have to offer. Speak with the activity representatives,<br />

visit our beautiful sunrooms and learn what the 55+ Section<br />

has to offer!<br />

CwC Choristers<br />

We would like to thank Gwyn Gillette for her many years of<br />

commitment and contribution to the Choristers. She has<br />

decided to retire and let someone else take the over the keys!<br />

If you or someone you think might be interested, please<br />

contact Jodi directly at403-338-4506.<br />

Choristers will begin again on September 21 st and meet the<br />

first and third Friday every month from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm<br />

in the 55+ Room.<br />

55 + Luncheons<br />

Luncheons will resume in September.<br />

Enjoy your summer!<br />

11:30 am | wednesday, september 12 nd<br />

Chief Rick Hanson returns after a two years absence. His topic<br />

will be <strong>Calgary</strong>’s NEW CHILD ADVOCACY CENTRE. It deals<br />

with supporting victims of child abuse and their families.<br />

The menu will be Mixed Greens with a variety of dressings, Salmon<br />

Fillet with Tomato Olive Relish, Chef’s Choice of Potatoes, Vegetable<br />

of the Day, Fresh Buns, Butter, Plated Fruit Tart and Coffee and Tea<br />

11:30 am | wednesday, October 3 rd<br />

We are welcoming the CALGARY ZOO back also after a<br />

two year absence. Kevin Strange (a CWC member) will be the<br />

presenter. The menu will include Mixed Greens, variety of<br />

dressings, Southern Fried Chicken, Herb Roasted Potatoes,<br />

Vegetable of the Day, Coffee and Tea<br />

You may sign up for the next luncheon at the current<br />

luncheon or after 6:00 pm that day, in-person or on-line<br />

if not attending the previous luncheon. Cost is $20 per person.


Book CluB<br />

The Book <strong>Club</strong> will meet the first Friday of each month, from<br />

September to June, from 1:00 - 3:00 pm. There is no charge<br />

for the Book <strong>Club</strong> to members. Please sign up in GameTime.<br />

Book Selection for Fall:<br />

Friday, September 7 th - Left Neglected by Lisa Genova<br />

Friday, October 5 th - Who Killed Ty Con by Lindon McIntyre<br />

droP in & league aCtivities will Begin again<br />

in sePteMBer:<br />

• Mixed bowling league - Thursdays at 1:00 pm starting<br />

September 13 th<br />

• Mixed badminton league - Wednesdays at 10:00 am<br />

starting September 12 th<br />

• Duplicate Bridge drop in - Tuesdays at 6:45 pm starting<br />

October 2 nd<br />

• Duplicate Bridge drop in - Thursdays at 12:45 pm<br />

starting October 4 th<br />

• Drop-in Bridge - Wednesdays at 1:00 pm starting<br />

October 3 rd<br />

• Ladies tennis drop-in - Mondays at 2:00 pm starting<br />

October 15 th<br />

• Mixed tennis drop-in - Tuesdays at 2:00 pm starting<br />

October 16 th<br />

• Mah Jong drop in - Tuesdays at 1:00 pm starting<br />

September 25 th<br />

• Snowy Owl Curling league - Tuesdays/Thursdays<br />

10:00 am/1:00 pm draws starting October 4 th<br />

• Various aquatic classes<br />

• Forever Fit - fitness classes<br />

sunshine lady<br />

If you have any news of a member’s illness, operation or<br />

bereavement, please call Beryl Parkinson at 403-288-7716<br />

and Beryl will send a card on behalf of the 55+ members.<br />

fall - Beginner Bridge & level 2 Bridge<br />

Do you have an updated<br />

picture at the <strong>Club</strong>?<br />

Please remember to stop by Member Services<br />

this Summer to update your Membership<br />

Photo. All Members are required to have<br />

a photo on file for Security purposes. An<br />

updated photo helps our member services<br />

and Food & Beverage Staff get to know our<br />

members and know that they are using the<br />

correct account number.<br />

Lore Shymanski will again offer a beginner bridge class open<br />

to any age starting on September FOr All YOu 25 r cAter i NG N eeDs<br />

th and a Level 2 class<br />

starting September 24th . Register on GameTime or in-person<br />

at the Sports Office. Cost is $115 for 9 lessons plus $15 for<br />

the manual.<br />

55+ alBerta winter gaMes<br />

The 55+ Alberta <strong>Winter</strong> Games will<br />

be hosted from February 13 - 16,<br />

2013 at Canada Olympic Park and<br />

the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>. The games<br />

committee is looking for volunteers<br />

and sponsors. For more information, please visit the website<br />

www.calgary2013games.ca. Volunteer Application forms are<br />

available at the website listed above or from the Sports<br />

Office.<br />

Mah Jong<br />

Join us this summer every Tuesday from 1:00 - 3:00 pm for<br />

either American or Hong Kong Mah Jong in the 55+ Room.<br />

If you are able to attend one Tuesday, please contact Maggie<br />

Pringle at 403-289-9271. Not sure how to play? That is ok,<br />

come and learn as you play.<br />

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Kyle McNichol | 403.338.2415 | kylem@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

welCoMe new MeMBers!<br />

A big welcome to our newest members of the <strong>Club</strong>:<br />

Hugo & Lisa Garcia with children Noah and Sophia<br />

Mark & Victoria Bohm with children Nicholas and Sarah<br />

Dean & Marianne Kobelka with children Kason and Kesler<br />

Lesley & Cameron Veres with child Colby<br />

Arun & Roopa Lakra with children Taro and Siya<br />

Jeff & Joy Marchant with children Jaxon and Piper<br />

Naushad Hirani & Shelly Bhayana with children Shaan and Sofia<br />

David Taylor & Cristin Fitzgerald with Child Samuel<br />

Sean McIntyre & Kerri Novak with children Sadie and Liv<br />

Shannon Dwinnell & Robert Patterson with children Grayson and Bevan<br />

And thank you to our full “Conversion Members” for their continued<br />

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

Jennifer Daye<br />

Gordon & Janelle Howell<br />

Amanda Pritchard<br />

do you have an uPdated PiCture at the CluB?<br />

Please remember to stop by Member Services this summer to update your<br />

membership photo. All members are required to have a photo on file for security<br />

purposes. An updated photo helps our Member Services and Food & Beverage<br />

staff get to know our members and know that they are using the correct account<br />

number.<br />

In Memory of...<br />

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David embury – member since 1968<br />

August swystun – member since 1971<br />

Norman tozer – member since 1972<br />

Don Dodds – member since 1999<br />

2116 CROWCHILD TRAIL NW<br />

www.calgarycatclinic.com<br />

403-289-9999<br />

meow@calgarycatclinic.com<br />

noMinations<br />

for direCtors<br />

The Board of Directors is<br />

accepting a notification of<br />

interest for members<br />

wishing to run for the Board<br />

of Directors. If interested in<br />

running, members should<br />

contact Reagan Hume at<br />

403-338-2418 or at<br />

reaganh@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

no later than<br />

Friday, August 17, 2012.<br />

affiliated CluBs<br />

Canadian Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Arbutus <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, BC<br />

The Badminton and Racquet <strong>Club</strong> of Toronto<br />

Boulevard <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Atwater, Montreal, Quebec<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Sportif MAA, Montreal, Quebec<br />

Derrick Golf & <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, AB<br />

The Granite <strong>Club</strong>, Toronto, Ontario<br />

Hollyburn Country <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Jericho Tennis <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

North Shore <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Vancouver, B.C.<br />

Royal Glenora <strong>Club</strong>, Edmonton, Alberta<br />

The Toronto Cricket Skating & Curling <strong>Club</strong><br />

Union <strong>Club</strong>, Victoria, B.C.<br />

Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton <strong>Club</strong><br />

Winnipeg <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>, Winnipeg, Manitoba<br />

American Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

The Ashford <strong>Club</strong>, in Atlanta, Georgia<br />

Bellevue <strong>Club</strong>, Bellevue, Washington<br />

Berkeley City <strong>Club</strong>, Berkeley, California<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Lansing, Lansing, Michigan<br />

Honolulu <strong>Club</strong>, Honolulu, Hawaii<br />

India House <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

Pacific <strong>Club</strong>, Newport Beach, California<br />

Penn <strong>Club</strong>, New York, New York<br />

The Spokane <strong>Club</strong>, Spokane, Washington<br />

The Tacoma <strong>Club</strong>, Tacoma, Washington<br />

The University <strong>Club</strong>, Memphis, Tennessee<br />

University <strong>Club</strong> of Grand Rapids, Michigan<br />

Washington Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Seattle, Washington<br />

International Affiliated <strong>Club</strong>s<br />

American <strong>Club</strong>, Singapore<br />

Banker’s <strong>Club</strong>, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia<br />

Berlin Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Berlin, Germany<br />

Berliner Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong> Motzener,<br />

Germany<br />

Brocket Hall Golf <strong>Club</strong>, Hertordshire, Great Britain<br />

Casino De Madrid, Madrid, Spain<br />

Chang An <strong>Club</strong>, Beijing, China<br />

City <strong>Club</strong> of Nanjing<br />

Capital <strong>Club</strong>, Dubai<br />

Cypress Lakes Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, Australia<br />

Doha <strong>Club</strong>, Doha, Qatar<br />

Guangzhou Luhu Golf & Country <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Grand Millennium Sukhumvit, Bangkok, Thailand<br />

Hanoi <strong>Club</strong>, Hanoi, Vietnam<br />

Havanna Lounge, Bremen, Germany<br />

Havanna Lounge, Hannover, Germany<br />

Hong Kong Football <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

The International <strong>Club</strong>, Xiamen, China<br />

Klub Polskiej Rady Biznesu, Poland<br />

Kobe <strong>Club</strong>, Kobe, Japan<br />

Kowloon Cricket <strong>Club</strong>, Hong Kong<br />

London Capital <strong>Club</strong>, London, Great Britain<br />

Monolith Family City <strong>Club</strong>, Moscow, Russia<br />

NRI’s <strong>Club</strong> International, Hyderabad, A.P. India<br />

Rivers <strong>Club</strong> of Tianjin (China)<br />

Rotonda Business-<strong>Club</strong>, Cologne, Germany<br />

Seoul City <strong>Club</strong>, Seoul, Korea<br />

Shanghai Racquet <strong>Club</strong>, China<br />

Stoke Park <strong>Club</strong>, Buckinghamshire, Britain<br />

Tower <strong>Club</strong>, Manila, Philippines<br />

Wanderers <strong>Club</strong>, Johannesburg, South Africa<br />

Wittelsbacher Golfclub & Hotel, Germany<br />

Yokohama Country & Athletic <strong>Club</strong>, Japan<br />

Affiliations are subject to change.<br />

Please confirm affiliations before you travel.


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The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does not endorse in any manner any of the products or services advertised in this newsletter. You are advised to conduct your own research as to the suitability of the products or services advertised. The <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> does<br />

not assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided for these advertisements, nor does it assume responsibility for the provision of any such products or services, or the manner in which such products or services are provided.<br />

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sunday<br />

818 bistro breakfast<br />

Canada Day<br />

Hours: 10 am - 6 pm<br />

Bowling Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

10 am - 4 pm<br />

Fitness Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Pool Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

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Stampede Breakfast<br />

9 - 11 am<br />

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thursday Friday saturday<br />

5 6<br />

7<br />

Youth & Teen - Monster Mulit-Sport/Fun Zone Half Day Camps (July 3 - 6 )<br />

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12 Stampede 13<br />

Youth & Teen - Go Girls/Fun Zone Half Day Camps (July 9 - 13)<br />

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Youth & Teen - Fun Zone Half Day Camp (July 16 - 20): 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

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818 bistro<br />

818 bistro 818 bistro<br />

burger Night Pasta Night Prime rib Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

5 pm - close<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

<strong>Club</strong> Hours: 10 am - 6 pm<br />

818 Bistro Closed<br />

Childcare: 10 am - 4 pm<br />

Bowling: 10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Skating Dynamic<br />

Ice Summer Program<br />

Begins<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Tennis - Under Fitness 10/Cardio - Yoga Tennis Camp Camps (July (July 9 - 13): 9 - 9:30 12) - 11 am<br />

Youth & Teen - Outdoor Adventure/Fun Zone Half Day Camps (July 23 - 27)<br />

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Deep Pool & Hot Tub Closed<br />

No Aqua Fitness Classes (July 30 - Aug. 3)<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics Aquafit<br />

Classes Start<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics - Finishing Touches Camp (July 9 - 13): 9:30 - 10:30 am<br />

Preschool - Mini Sports Mania/Sports Mania Camps (July 9 - 13)<br />

Squash - Altitude & Attitude High Performance Camp (July 9 - 13)<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics - Wicked Water Camp (July 16 - 20): 10:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

Preschool - Fun with Science & Bowling/Fun in the Sun Camps (July 16 - 20)<br />

Squash - Beginner/Intermediate Camp: July 16 - 19<br />

Tennis - Early Starters/Under 10/11 and Over/Adult Learn and Play/Adult Drill and Play Camps (July 16 - 19)<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Aquatics<br />

Aquafit Classes End<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Preschool - Kitchen Commotion Camp (July 23 - 27): 9:00 am - 4:00 pm<br />

Tennis - Under 10/Adult Learn and Play/Adult Drill and Play/Cardio Tennis Camps<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Tennis - Early Starters/Under 10/11 & Over/Adult Drill<br />

Fun Zone Half Day Camp (July 30 - Aug. 3)<br />

818 bistro<br />

Pizza Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Fitness - Yoga Camp (July 9 - 13): 9:30 - 11 am<br />

Badminton Courts Closed<br />

June 27 th to September 4 th<br />

818 bistro<br />

Fish & chips Night<br />

5 Pm - close<br />

Shindig 6 pm<br />

27<br />

818 bistro breakfast<br />

chef`s Feature<br />

entree<br />

5 pm - close<br />

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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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42<br />

sunday<br />

818 bistro breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

A u g u s t c a l e n d a r<br />

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Monday<br />

tuesday<br />

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7<br />

Friday<br />

Deep Pool & Hot Tub Closed (until August 5)<br />

8<br />

9 10<br />

Youth & Teen - What’s Cooking Camp (August 13 - 17): 1 - 4 pm<br />

19 20<br />

21<br />

22<br />

23 24<br />

26<br />

september 2<br />

818 bistro<br />

burger Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Badminton Courts Closed<br />

June 27 th to September 4 th<br />

27<br />

818 bistro<br />

Pasta Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

wednesday thursday<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers 1 2<br />

818 bistro<br />

818 bistro<br />

Prime rib Night Pizza Night<br />

5 - 8 pm<br />

5 pm - close<br />

No Aqua Fitness Classes<br />

Preschool - Wild and Wacky/Under the Sea Camps (August 13 - 17)<br />

Youth & Teen - Playground to Podium Camp (August 20 - 24): 9 am - 4:30 pm<br />

3<br />

818 bistro<br />

Fish & chips Night<br />

5 pm - close<br />

Fitness - Yoga Camp (August 20 - 24): 9:30 - 11 am<br />

28 29<br />

30 31<br />

Aquatics - Sea Sprites Make a Splash Synchro Camp (August 27 - 31): 2 - 6 pm<br />

saturday<br />

4<br />

818 bistro<br />

breakfast<br />

10:30 am - 1:30 pm<br />

chef`s Feature<br />

entree 5 pm - close<br />

11<br />

Fun Zone Closed for<br />

the Summer<br />

Sea Lions<br />

Registration Night<br />

18<br />

25<br />

september 1<br />

Squash - Beginner/Intermediate/Advanced Camps: August 27 - 31<br />

september 3 september 4 september 5 september 6 september 7 september 8<br />

Preschool Beginning<br />

Steps/Games, Giggles<br />

& Giant Steps Programs<br />

Begin<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Badminton Courts<br />

Re-open<br />

Tennis - Early Starters/Under 10/11 & Over/Adult Drill<br />

5<br />

6<br />

Deep Pool & Hot<br />

Tub Closed<br />

Heritage Day <strong>Club</strong><br />

Hours: 10 am - 6 pm<br />

818 Bristro Closed<br />

Childcare Hours<br />

10 am - 4 pm<br />

Bowling Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Fitness Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Pool Hours<br />

10 am - 5:30 pm<br />

Aquatics<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

Childcare Fall Block<br />

Aquafit Classes Start<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Booking for Active<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Members - 8:30 am<br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics - Sea Sprites Synchro “Try It” Camp (August 7 - 10): 12:30 - 2 pm<br />

Preschool - Going Buggy/In My Backyard Camps (August 7 - 10)<br />

Youth & Teen - Bricks4Kidz/Fun Zone Half Day Camps (August 7 - 10)<br />

12 13<br />

14<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Tsunami Kick-off<br />

Celebration - 6 pm<br />

15<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

16 17<br />

Childcare Fall Block<br />

Booking for Select Wait<br />

List Members - 8:30 am<br />

Aquatics - Level 4/Level 5/Finishing Touches Camps (Augut 13 - 17)<br />

Joan Richardson &<br />

Donna Rutherford<br />

Memorial Awards<br />

Application Deadline<br />

Aquatics Aquafit<br />

Classes Start<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Iron Kids Camp (August 13 - 17): 12:30 - 2:30 pm<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics - Bronze Medallion/Bronze Cross/Wicked Water Camps (Augut 20 - 24)<br />

Preschool - Around the World Camp (August 20 - 24): 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

55+ Mah Jong<br />

1 - 3 pm<br />

Bowling Centre Closed (August 27 - 29)<br />

Fun Zone Half Day Camp (July 30 - Aug. 3): 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

55+ <strong>Calgary</strong><br />

Wanderers Hiking<br />

<strong>Club</strong> - 9:30 am<br />

Aquatics Aquafit<br />

Classes End<br />

55+ Book <strong>Club</strong><br />

1 - 3 pm


1<br />

WHAT’S THE PLAN?<br />

Do you ever wonder what the Strategic Plan is for the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong>?<br />

A process was undertaken last fall to set the vision, mission, and priorities for the <strong>Calgary</strong> <strong>Winter</strong> <strong>Club</strong> over<br />

the next five years. At a Board Retreat held in November of 2011, <strong>Club</strong> Management and the Board agreed to<br />

a five year Strategic Plan that set out a detailed path for the CWC. This document summarizes the key points<br />

of the Strategic Plan; including the <strong>Club</strong>’s Vision and Mission Statements, as well as the guiding values, goals<br />

and performance outcomes by which the Staff have been mandated to operate the <strong>Club</strong>.<br />

CALgARy WiNTER CLuB STRATEgiC PLAN SuMMARy: 2011-2015<br />

VISION<br />

To be an integral part of the lifelong quality lifestyles of our member families.<br />

MISSION<br />

Our <strong>Club</strong> is a place where families have opportunities to connect and grow together through a variety of<br />

pursuits, experiences and common interests.<br />

ValueS Fundamental principles and beliefs<br />

• We are proud of our <strong>Club</strong>, our people and what we do.<br />

• We take ownership in what we say and do.<br />

• We are accessible to each other.<br />

• We take the most ethical approach.<br />

• We are genuine and sincere in our interactions and actions.<br />

• We respect one another’s values, talents and contributions.<br />

GOalS Long-term areas of focus<br />

• Provide exceptional service and enhance member experience.<br />

• Provide extraordinary facilities and activities.<br />

• Ensure a complete experience for the entire family.<br />

Key SucceSS FactOrS Those conditions that will support the Vision<br />

• Seamless communications with members and staff.<br />

• Minimal complaints and high member satisfaction.<br />

• Something for everyone; with exceptional social and athletic opportunities.<br />

• Pride in our <strong>Club</strong> (members and staff).<br />

• Quality long-term operations and infrastructure maintenance, with minimal financial impact on members.<br />

PerFOrMaNce INdIcatOrS Measures to gauge actual results<br />

1. Member feedback<br />

2. Financial results (operational)<br />

3. New member sales and existing member conversions<br />

4. Program registrations and facility utilization rates<br />

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RETURN UNDELIVERABLE<br />

CANADIAN ADDRESSES TO:<br />

CALGARY WINTER CLUB<br />

4611 - 14 th STREET N.W.<br />

CALGARY, ALBERTA T2K 1J7<br />

e-mail: membership@calgarywinterclub.com<br />

Entry<br />

Main<br />

Up<br />

Childcare<br />

8050<br />

11640<br />

Existing<br />

Men's Locker Room<br />

Existing<br />

Pool<br />

Lounge<br />

Nursery Sto.<br />

WR<br />

Stroll.<br />

O.<br />

Foyer<br />

1,147.1 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Corridor<br />

Sports<br />

Desk<br />

Lounge<br />

Up Dn<br />

Up<br />

17805<br />

Existing<br />

Men's Locker<br />

Existing<br />

Shower<br />

WR<br />

Youth<br />

Change<br />

Recep. Oce<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Vanity<br />

Wet<br />

Sto.<br />

Corridor<br />

Conf.<br />

1<br />

Dn<br />

Up<br />

Dn<br />

35745<br />

Phase 1<br />

Room<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 />

Area<br />

Fur Sto.<br />

W<br />

Showers<br />

Mass.<br />

Corridor<br />

Boys<br />

Boys<br />

WR<br />

Corridor<br />

Sto. Oce<br />

Pool<br />

Oce<br />

Showers<br />

First<br />

Aid<br />

Up<br />

Vanity<br />

Make-up<br />

Jr. Girls<br />

Badminton<br />

Pro<br />

Towels<br />

WR<br />

Corridor<br />

Change<br />

/ Locker<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 />

Oce<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 />

Oce<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 />

Sto.<br />

t/o slab<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

1,148.0 m<br />

t/o slab<br />

Program<br />

Equip.<br />

F&B<br />

Dry Storage<br />

Video<br />

Room<br />

Up<br />

Fridge Freezer Oce Oce<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 />

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Proposed<br />

Phase<br />

38395<br />

34005

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