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ACC College Night, new club featured on Misericordia broadcast

Anthracite Curling Club is featured on the most recent edition of Cougar Cast, a student TV production at Misericordia University.

The crew’s visit coincided with the formation of that school’s Curling Club, and four students who recently joined as members. Have a look below (we’re exactly 7 minutes into the broadcast):

Season 6 Show 1 from Communications @ MU on Vimeo.

Teams forming for upcoming League season

It’s time to call your Leads and Seconds and get them back on the ice. The 2011 Anthracite Curling Club Championship season is set to begin by late March or early April. Continue reading

More Ice Time: Open House scheduled for March 19

Anthracite Curling Club announces that it will hold a public Open House event at The Ice Rink at Coal St. Park in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., on March 19 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Open House provides the perfect opportunity to come meet the great people around the sport of curling and to try it for yourself. Be prepared to get hooked!

Wear warm, comfortable clothing and sneakers with a decent tread on the soles. We provide the rest. Cost is $15.

Saturday Night Curling is scheduled for later that night, from 10 p.m. until Midnight.

Membership renewals due by March 8

Has it been a year already?

Membership dues for Anthracite Curling Club are due by March 8. That’s less than two weeks away. If you cannot pay the entirety of your dues by March 8, please contact Ted (tkarampilas@acm.org) to arrange a payment plan. Continue reading

Anthracite Curling welcomes Misericordia University Curling Club

If you’ve noticed a bit of youthful exuberance on the ice in recent weeks, it is likely attributed to members of Misericordia University Curling Club.

The students took their casual interest in the sport of curling from watching the 2010 Vancouver Olympics to trying the sport on their own when our Club President Alison Piatt introduced them to the sport and invited them to a recent Saturday Night Curling event. They’ve returned ever since and now they’re organized. Continue reading