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Ice Turning to Sand

It's been a week since Matt turned the plants off, following a busy season at the AMCC, and the purple and yellow houses have all but disappeared along with the layers of ice. Events which took place since my last report include the Senior Spiel, Daytime Championships, Fun Spiel and the Aboriginal Mixed Spiel.

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Thanks to the efforts of Archie and his committee the Senior Spiel continues to be the most popular event for the "more mature" male demographic (low entry fee, great prizes, lots of comradery and good revenues some of which are donated to the facility for the purchase and/or repair of equipment). The First Event was won by AMCC's Wayne Johnson team, Second Event by Don Puls curling out of AMCC and Charleswood, Third Event by DLCC's Jerome Kirby with Roger Miller capturing the Consolation Event.

The Daytime Championships were an acknowledged success with Dewar McKinnon's Pembina team team capturing the 10 team Mens Event and Pat Malanchuk's St Vital team emerging victorious in the Women's Division. All participants and guests spoke very highly of our great facility further acknowledging the quite competitive, yet social, atmosphere of this Championship. The Winnipeg Curling Club Association, in particular primary organizer Marion Krienke, are to be commended for a job very well done in staging this annual competition.

As with previous seasons, Loyd Olson did an outstanding job in organizing the FUNspiel. A total of 16 teams, comprised of a wide variety of curling abilities and relationships, competed over a period of 4 evenings for an array of prizes (it was absolutely thrilling to see the looks on some of the younger participants as they picked their prize from the table). Loyd promises to deliver an even bigger and better Funspiel in the 2017/18 season.

The season wrapped up 7-9 Apr with the Aboriginal Mixed Bonspiel comprised of 32 teams representing Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario. The staff is to be commended for their untiring efforts in keeping pace with the demands of this Event culminating in many positive comments and a promise to return for the 25th anniversary spiel in March 2018 (the AMCC has hosted all but one).

On the social front the AMCC will be hosting the MCA Past Presidents Dinner 24 April, volunteer appreciation night 28 April, Mens League windup 13 May and MCA Past Presidents golf day BBQ 15 June 2017.

A number of events have already been included on the 2017/18 club calendar and every effort will be made to ensure that disruption to league schedules is kept to a minimum with the understanding that revenues generated by outside bookings are critical to the ongoing financial success of the Club.

Hope to see many of you at the AGM scheduled for 7PM, Tuesday, 20 June.

Have a great off season.

Congratulations to AMCC's 2017 Men's Club Champions

On March 30, a sizable crowd of spectators gathered in the upstairs lounge to witness a much closer game than was indicated by the final display on the scoreboard. Team Derek Blanchard clinched the Club Championship with a 6-0 win over Team Will Sutton.

Congratulations to the winning lineup: Skip - Derek Blanchard, Third - Brian Thomson, Second - Scott Bruce, Lead - Kyle McNaughton, Fifth - JT Ryan.

AMCC Daytime Championships

Come visit AMCC for more great curling April 3-7:

  • 10 Men's / 6 Women's teams
  • Draws @ 1:00 pm Monday; 9:30 am / 1:00 pm Tuesday - Thursday; 9:00 am Friday
  • Free admission

Senior Mixed League Makes Difficult Decision

Following 32 seasons of curling out of the Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club, and based on declining membership, the Tues/Thurs Senior Mixed Curling League made a difficult decision to dissolve their operation.

Founded August 20, 1985 with support from grants provided by the New Horizons Program, the League peaked in the 1995-96 season with 143 curlers and ended its operation with an average 12 members per quarter. In addition to curling, the League offered golf outings, dinner theatres and other social activities until approximately 2008.

On a more positive note a number of the members will continue to get their "curling fix" and social interaction by joining the Tuesday CFB Mixed League.

The demise of the Senior Mixed league, and slight modification to the draw time for CFB, will allow additional ice times for the very popular Stick Leagues.

Many thanks to the Senior Mixed for their long time support of our great facility.

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