Welcome to the new website! We’ve been working over the past few months to give the LSCC website a fresh look and add some new areas of content to the site. Please let us know what you think and if you have any suggestions for enhancing the site further. Big thanks to Ken Poklitar and Read more about Welcome to lonestarcurlingclub.org[…]
Our open house on September 11th was very successful. We had 2 sheets dedicated to the many people who showed up to learn our wonderful game of curling. Thanks to Pat and Landon who were the primary trainers for the new curlers. Also thanks to the others who also helped including Dave, Dennis and Christina Read more about Open House Successful[…]
We are having an Open House ($5 per person) on September 11, 2011 (9:30am – 11:45am). We welcome new and old curlers! We will have a Learn To Curl ($20 per person) session on September 18, 2011 (9:30am – 11:45am) Our Fall 2011 session of curling begins on September 25.
Congratulations to our newly elected board members: Wayne Garman – President Rob Klien – Vice President Dennis Dunn, Buck Krawczyk, Ken Poklitar, Pat Popovich, Michelle Richter, Landon Russell, Randy “Melvis” Sabbagh, Uly Suchil
Hope everyone is having a great summer. Can you believe that our curling season ended almost 3 months ago??!! The club’s board has been hard at work planning for the new season. The following are the board positions for the 2011 / 2012 season: § Vice President – Rob Klein § Treasurer – Landon Russell Read more about Only 2 Months to Curling[…]
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 Read more about Curling in 2011[…]
As a curler who grew up playing on curling club ice, it was a learning experience to adjust to curling on arena ice. Nothing else can quite generate more ice slapping, looks of bewilderment and frustration as arena ice. It is quite common to hear comments such as “what the h*** happened to that shot Read more about Reading the Ice[…]
The Vancouver Olympics brought curling into the spotlight. The Lone Star Curling Club was lucky to be on the receiving end of some of this fantastic media coverage.
The Lone Star Curling Club hosted two Learn to Curl Open House sessions in honor of the Vancouver Olympic Games. At our first open house on Feb. 28, the last day of the Olympics, we had 410 people take the ice for their first curling lessons. Club members arrived by 8:30 a.m. to get ready Read more about Olympic Open House[…]