Travelers Provincials will be held at the Avonair Curling Club October 20-22, 2017.
The following teams will be representing the Peace Curling Association:
PCA Men’s A Winner – Fairview Curling Club
- Skip: Dale Venning
- Third: Jerald Zaderey
- Second: Dylan Venning
- Lead: Dwayne Adams
PCA Men’s B Winner – Dawson Creek Curling Club
- Skip: Tracy Steinke
- Third: Mark Heartt
- Second: Wayne Radke
- Lead: John Inkster
PCA Women’s A Winner – Manning Curling Club
- Skip: Treena Pasichnuk
- Third: Sayler Schmidt
- Second: Sharon Henitiuk
- Lead: Malerie Greschner
PCA Women’s B Winner – Peace River Curling Club
- Skip: Elaine Laurin
- Third: Tami Palinkas
- Second: Barb Elder
- Lead: Annette Blayone
Line scores will be posted here on the NACA website: http://northernalbertacurling.com/playdown/1149
David Hyatt will be conducting a Club Coach Clinic at the Manning Curling Club, March 17th & 18th.
The Club Coach clinic’s main focus is to teach coaches how to create an environment where junior curlers can continue to develop their skills and adult curlers can learn the skills and etiquette of curling in a safe, non-threatening manner. The Club Coach clinic is designed for coaches and instructors who will be working with adult or older juniors playing recreationally within their curling club. Club Coach instructors will be able to conduct Learn to Curl and advanced clinics within their club.
If you are interested in attending this clinic, please complete the registration form below and send it to email@example.com.
Clinic Registration Form
The Alberta Curling Federation is searching for a new Executive Director.
Click on the link to view the full job description: Job Profile – Executive Director – Alberta Curling Federation
The Peace Curling Tour is hosting a doubles bonspiel March 24, 2018 at the Grande Prairie Curling Centre.
- Entry Fee: $120/team
- Guaranteed 3 games
- Cash payouts per win
- No experience necessary
Teams can be mixed, two men or two women.
Fill out the doubles bonspiel entry form and send it to Jordan Steinke, executive director of the Peace Curling Tour: firstname.lastname@example.org or Candace Boechler, manager of the Grande Prairie Curling Centre: email@example.com.
Congratulations to the following U18 teams that will be representing the PCA at provincials March 1-4, 2018 in Okotoks:
PCA U18 Men’s ‘A’ winner – Team Sonnenberg – Grande Prairie Curling Centre
Skip: Cortland Sonnenberg, Third: Owen Fenske, Second: Devin Moen, Lead: Adam Elsenheimer, Coach: Renee Sonnenberg
PCA U18 Men’s ‘B’ winner – Team Stockman – Beaverlodge Curling Club/ Peace River Curling Club
Skip: William Stockman, Third: Ben Hill, Second: Rylan Tetreau, Lead: Andrew Wolbeck, Coach: Sally Wolfe
PCA U18 Women’s ‘A’ winner – Team Radke – Grande Prairie Curling Centre
Skip: Micyla Radke, Third: Delaney Norrish, Second: Lori Thorson, Lead: Brynn Lutz, Coach: Jeff Henricks
PCA U18 Women’s ‘B’ winner – Team Whitney – Fairview Curling Club
Skip: Chelsey Whitney, Third: Kaileigh Morrison, Second: Sydney Libbus, Lead: Kennedy Turcotte, Coach: Jim Rahn
Congratulations to the following teams that will be representing the PCA at the Masters provincials in Stettler February 21-25:
PCA A – Team Griffith – Grande Prairie Curling Centre: skip: Colin Griffith, third: Dave Wallace, second: Murray Gummer, lead: Gordon Edlund
PCA B – Team Kostiuck – Peace River Curling Club: skip: Cliff Kostiuck, third: Dave Hay, second: John Kuran, lead: Roger Laliberte
PCA A – Team Savill – High Prairie Curling Club: skip: Kay Savill, third: Beverly Saal, second: Belle Thomas, lead: Caral Basarab
The 2018 mixed provincials will be held at the Beaumont Curling Club March 29 – April 2, 2018. The Peace Curling Association’s mixed districts will be held at the Dawson Creek Curling Club March 2-4. To enter your mixed team complete the 2017-2018 Play down entry form and mail it or email it to the PCA. The entry deadline is Monday, February 19th at 6:00pm.
Team Skrlik proudly represented Alberta at Junior Nationals in Shawinigan, Quebec. They battled their way through and finished in fourth place! Great job ladies!
Shawinigan, Quebec 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships Team Alberta curling canada/michael burns photo
Shawinigan, Quebec 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships Team Alberta Skip: Kayla Skrlik Third: Ashton Skrlik Second: Hope Sunley Lead: Megan Johnson curling canada/michael burns photo
Shawinigan, Quebec 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships Team Alberta Skip: Kayla Skrlik Third: Ashton Skrlik Second: Hope Sunley Lead: Megan Johnson Coach: Charles Simoneau curling canada/michael burns photo
Shout out to Sterling Middleton from Fort St. John, BC. Sterling plays third for Team Tardi who won Junior Nationals and will represent team Canada at Junior Worlds March 3-10, 2018 in Aberdeen Scotland.