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Fall 2012 Season Registration is Open!

2012 August 15
by KenPoklitar

We have opened registration for the Fall Season. Click on that link and fill out the form. After you submit you will be redirected to our Pro Shop page.

We have reserved 13 weeks with Chaparral Ice for the Fall Season. The cost will remain at $20 per game.

The 1st week is September 9th and is a Learn To Curl, Skills Improvement and Practice Games session. For those of you who did not participate in the summer curling, I recommend you come to this session and get back into curling!

The fall schedule is as follows:

September 16, 23, 30
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4, 11, 18
December 2, 9

The price for the games will be $220 (11 games) and there will be 1 bye. Note, this might change based on the number of teams we have registered.

The annual membership fee has been decreased from $65 to $50.

For those of us that pay the annual membership fee ($50) and the fall league play ($220) on or before September 1st, will have a chance to win a $50 Visa Gift Card that will be drawn on September 9th after curling. Either pay by check or by PayPal.  

Unfortunately our cost for ice at Chaparral Ice has increased this season and we have lost 15 minutes. We can still charge $20 but it is for 15 minutes less. The good news is that we should still be able to play 7 ends in most games. To do this we need everyone’s help in setting up the ice before the games and helping after the games as well as being ready in games to make your shots. We will now have access to the ice at 9:45 and we need to be off the ice at 11:45. We need as many people to come early (9:25 or so) and help with moving rocks and getting ready to putting the hacks in, pebbling the ice and setting up sheet C.

One other change we have decided for Fall Season is we are going to mix up the teams. This will allow everyone to get to know new people as well as even out the strength of the teams which is more fun for everyone.  If you have one friend or family member you want to curl with, we will allow that but otherwise we will mix up everyone.

Thanks and let me know if you have any questions or concerns,

Ken Poklitar