Coming Up at the VCC - February & March 2016

Call for Volunteer of the Year and HLM Nominations

Honourary Life Member recognizes a member who has made significant contributions to the VCC through their efforts and participation on the Board, Committees, Competition, Coaching, and/or Volunteering. The Volunteer of the Year recognizes a member who has made a significant impact on the Club during the 2015-2016 Curling Season through their volunteer efforts. The VCC usually selects a Male and Female Volunteer of the Year. If you know of a member (or members) deserving of these honours at the VCC, forward their name and a summary of their contributions to

Clinics Scheduled for February:

  • Basic Clinic on Saturday February 20th from 2pm to 4:30pm

For more information and to register for VCC clinics click here

Barry Naimark Annual Charity Skins Bonspiel - March 4 - 6, 2016

The Club is pleased to support St. James Music Academy. A non-profit organization that inspires Vancouver’s inner city youth to bring social transformation through the power and joy of music.

Read below for registration details and use the menu along the top of this page to learn more about the Barry Naimark Charity Skins Bonspiel.

Register now for 2016 Skins Bonspiel

Eight-ender scored

Congratulations to the Monty Scarrow team from the Norwesters senior men's curling league who scored an eight-ender during play on Feb. 2. Team members included (left to right) lead Scott Shaw, second Bruce Campbell, third Barrie Brown and skip Monty Scarrow.

VCC team qualifies for BC Mixed Curling Championship

Congratulations to the VCC mixed team of skip Andrew Forrest, third Becky Campbell, second Dave Marchant and lead Allison Den Toom who qualified at the Region 11 mixed playdown, Feb. 5-7 at the Tunnel Town Curling Club. They and three other Lower Mainland teams from the Region 11 qualifer will compete at the eight-team BC Mixed Curling Championshp, Mar. 3-6 in Qualicum Beach.

Two VCC teams at Canadian Gay Curling Championships, Feb. 12-14

VCC teams skipped by George Hall (third Shelley second Birston, lead Greg Ohashi, fifth Logan Chinski and Aaron Thompson (third Jack Holmes, second Brian Oldham, lead Mark Trowell, fifth Gerald Gunn) are competing this weekend in Winnipeg at the Canadian Gay Curling Championships. Both teams play their first game Friday morning.

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