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USCA launches national Arena Championship bonspiel

The inaugural United States Curling Association Arena Curling National Championship, an event designed specifically for curlers who utilize arena curling facilities, will debut next summer. This new championship will take place July 18-21 at the Fort Wayne Curling Club in Fort Wayne, Ind.

“The Fort Wayne Curling Club is excited that the USCA has initiated a new Arena Championship to provide many of the newest curling clubs in the United States, like us, the ability to compete against clubs of similar circumstances,” said Craig Fisher, Fort Wayne Curling Club president and chairman of the 2013 Arena Curling National Championships. Continue reading

Special club meeting will address non-profit status

Anthracite Curling Club announces it will hold a special meeting on Saturday, Feb. 19 at 8:30 p.m. at the Ice Rink prior to ice prep and Saturday Night Curling.

The purpose of this meeting is to vote on the new set of proposed bylaws for the Club. Continue reading

Anthracite Curling Club announces committee assignments

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — On June 27, Anthracite Curling Club assigned members to various committees to handle future business of the organization. The committees are charged with organizing future special events, maintaining a competitive balance, ensuring all equipment and ice are in order, counting the nickels and dimes and spreading the word on ACC in the community and elsewhere.

Here is a breakdown of the committees within Anthracite Curling Club, and members of them: Continue reading

Club unveils divisional alignment, schedule for upcoming Summer League

Anthracite Curling Club has announced the opening of its Summer 2010 league, with 16 teams vying for just four playoff spots in a nine-draw regular season.

The regular season will be conducted over the next three months. There are 16 teams in four divisions and two conferences. Division names are derived from sizes of coal nuggets (Buckwheat, Chestnut, Stove and Steamboat), and the conferences are named in honor of anthracite pioneers, Jesse Fell and Abijah Smith. Continue reading