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“Their bonspiel also brings in many out-of-town players who can’t get equipment in their home towns,” adds Pavia.
The Rainbow Rockers had 32 teams signed up for the 2011-12 season at OCC, says league president Colin Crance, and all of those curlers — many of them newbies — need equipment for the season.
Everyone was really understanding about the curling interruption that happened when we lost power at the club, and we had an impromptu Blackout Party that was a real hit.” Benefits flow both ways Happy curlers, happy club — the benefits of this partnership between GLBT curling leagues and their home ice are tangible and meaningful to both.
Current PRCL president Jason Tusor sweeps his teammate's rock.
Kerrie and Stuart Cartmill are seen (left and right) cradling their newborn son Matthew to their chests.
He was born with a rare condition which sees 90 per cent of babies die within the first five days of their lives Features of the condition include, low birth weight, heart defects, facial defects, severe learning difficulties, problems controlling breathing, deafness, hernias, polycystic kidneys and abnormal hands and feet.
“From an Ottawa Curling Club perspective, many Rainbow league former rookies have liked curling enough to migrate to other leagues in the club and also to other leagues in area curling clubs,” he explains.