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31 to 01 Apr 2017: Boeing Spiel
03 to 06 Apr 2017: Fun Spiel
07 to 09 Apr 2017: Aboriginal Spiel
14 to 14 Apr 2017: Good Friday
16 to 16 Apr 2017: Easter
17 to 17 Apr 2017: Easter Monday

Burtnyk, Ryan still terrorizing foes

This edition of the famed curling partnership playing in junior women's

The Burtnyk-Ryan combination still delivers heavy knockout power on the curling ice. These are giant names on the Manitoba curling scene, however, this week it’s the next generation making a mark at the Canola provincial junior championships in Winnipeg.

Laura Burtnyk, seeded third, has skipped her Assiniboine Memorial team — including third Hailey Ryan — to a 2-0 start after two days at the junior women’s event.

The junior women’s and men’s championships, being played concurrently at the St. Vital and Pembina clubs, wrap up Friday.

Burtnyk, 21, is the daughter of legendary skip, Kerry Burtnyk, a five-time provincial champion, two-time Brier winner and the 1995 world champion. Ryan, 20, is the daughter of Jeff Ryan, a two-time Manitoba champion who tossed third stones for Burtnyk at the ’95 and 2001 Briers and the ’95 worlds in Brandon.

Indeed, the names go well together, then and now.

"It feels pretty awesome, actually," said Laura Monday afternoon, after guiding her team to an 8-2 victory over Dauphin’s Emma Jensen at St. Vital. "It’d be nice to hang that same provincial banner up in the same club (Assiniboine Memorial) that our dads did. It’s definitely motivation behind things for us.

Full article: http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/sports/curling/burtnyk-ryan-still-terrorizing-foes-409422705.html

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Voice Of The Winnipeg Jets Visits AMCC

16 DECEMBER 2016 - Thanks to the efforts of Archie Mullin, the Senior and Masters Christmas luncheon was fortunate to have Dennis Beyak drop by the Club for a very nice meal, comraderie and highly entertaining discussion on the sport of hockey past and present. The 100 or so in attendance were absolutely enthralled by his very polished presentation and willingness to field questions from the floor. Dennis received a club pin and a small token of appreciation from the Seniors and Masters. His follow up E-Mail confirmed that he had a wonderful time with a great bunch of guys and a terrific audience (many of whom he was able to connect with through his Manitoba roots and various encounters over the years).

Pictured are just a few of those in attendance along with Shannon from the bar staff.

Please note that the facility will be closed effective 23 Dec 2016 - 02 Jan 2017 inclusive.

Have a safe and happy festive season with a reminder that the Rock Engraving fund raiser is a great way to contribute to the future of our great facility.

Friday Morning Senior Men Continue to Measure Up

In keeping with their long time, generous support of our great facility the Friday Morning Seniors recently donated a measuring stick to replace the somewhat unreliable unit utilized at the home end. The financial and volunteer support provided by members of this League, and many others who curl during the day, is paramount to the ongoing operation of the AMCC.

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Hopefully other demographics will step into the hack and ensure that the AMCC volunteer spirit continues to be the envy of so many other curling clubs.

"Hurry Hard" featuring AMCC

Courtesy of Shaw TV Winnipeg: 

Video Part 1 - It's a new episode of Hurry Hard: The Manitoba Curling Show where we head to the Assiniboine Curling Club to chat with the Canadian Wheelchair Curling team.

Video Part 2 - A chat with Jim Armstrong, longtime skip of the Canadian Wheelchair team plus all the latest scores and upcoming events from the curling world.

Video Part 3 - We interview Scott Grant, assistant coach of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling team and a Manitoban and then learn about stick curling in the province with Warren Johnson.

 

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