Curling in 2011
Hope everyone had a good time over the Christmas & New Years holidays.
The curling club’s Winter season will begin soon with the first games on January 16. If you have not already done so, please let Christina know if you will be curling. Payment of $220.00 is due by January 9. This can be sent either to club treasurer, Landon Russell, or payment can be made on the club’s web site.
On Sunday, January 9, we will be holding an education session. This will be a chance for everyone to improve their curling skills, and I encourage all to attend. There will be sessions ranging from a Learn to Curl, Intermediate curling training, a practice sheet and an open forum sheet. Dennis will also be holding a session on stick delivery.
The charge will be $20.00 per person, and will be at our regular time from 9:30AM to 11:45AM. Pat, Zac and Landon are coordinating this session, so feel free to email questions or suggestions to them.
I will be handling the open forum sheet. I do not have any specific topics to cover, but instead will answer questions on any curling topics you want to discuss. Whether it is delivery, sweeping, strategy or rules, ask whatever you want and I will try to answer or demonstrate.
To help prepare for this, please email me ( email@example.com) any topics or questions you would like to cover. This will give me a chance to research and print out some reference information that I can hand out.
As a reminder, the Texas Open Bonspiel will be held in Dallas from April 29 to May 1. Watch their web site (http://dfwcurling.com/ ) for details. The entry form should be posted sometime early in the new year. Last year the bonspiel filled up, so get your entries in early.
On another note, we recently heard that one of the people involved in the founding of the Lone Star Curling Club, Alex Legault, passed away in a traffic accident recently. Although Alex has not been involved with the club over the past few years, his efforts during the early years of the club were very helpful to get our club going.
As always, feel free to email suggestions, questions or ideas. All the best in 2011 and see you on the ice!!