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Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Fall Open House on Sep 4! 

Registration is now open for our Adult Curling Academy programs. Our Adult Learn to Curl instructional league begins with teaching the basics, and progresses into game play (with instructors on-hand to assist) later in the season. The Adult Curling Academy is offered to help more experienced players refine their skills and achioeve more success in their league games.

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The Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club has received more than $23,000 from the City towards the replacement of its aging condensers.

The club has two condensers that are part of its refrigeration system and are critical to operations. The condensers started experiencing mechanical problems at the end of the 2018-19 curling season, according to a letter submitted with the funding application.

The total replacement cost is estimated at more than $46,000 and the Assiniboia community committee approved to fund 50 per cent of the project through a community incentive grant during its April 8 meeting. The curling club is responsible for finding the remaining funds.

The plan is to remove the old condensers from the club’s roof and replace them with a new 56-tonne system fenced-off and set on piles at the north end of the building at 940 Vimy Rd.
Founded in 1929, Assiniboine Memorial has more than 1,100 members and a number of elite curling teams use the facility for training.

If the condenser replacement project isn’t completed by August the club won’t be able to operate for next year’s curling season.


AMCC’s Lawrie Hogg, David Green, Larry Weatherburn and Jim Pietryk winners of the Winnipeg Curling Clubs Daytime Championship hosted by the Pembina Curling Club 1-4 Apr 2019.

A total of 8 Men’s and 7 Ladies teams representing many City clubs participated in this competitive, yet social event which serves as a great way to wrap up the curling season. Fort Rouge captured the Ladies Division title while Marian Whalen’s AMCC team earned some pay per win dollars enroute to winning the consolation event.

Paul Batchelor and Tony Galbecka organized the Championship on behalf of the Winnipeg Curling Clubs Association.


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The Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club carries the pride of honouring these men and all others who fought for freedom in World War I and II. We are mindful of the task we have undertaken and endeavor to carry out our curling in a friendly and sportsmanlike manner. We are proud of them; we hope they would have been proud of us.

 

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