Ponoka’s Curling Club dusts off brooms for season

Well, I can hardly believe that summer is over and we are getting ready for the 2012/2013 curling season.

Well, I can hardly believe that summer is over and we are getting ready for the 2012/2013 curling season. Ponoka Curling Club registration is Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. at the club with league play beginning the last week in October. Come on out and register for one or more leagues and enjoy some fun, meet new people and get some exercise this winter.

The executive of the Ponoka Curling Club is looking forward to a strong season with five leagues running again this year: men’s, ladies’, mixed, super and juniors. Don’t hesitate to come register if you are just an individual or group of only two or three players. There are always teams looking for players and the club is ready to help put together a team.

Join our Ponoka Curling Club Facebook page for easy access to upcoming events. We look forward to seeing you down at the curling club this winter.

Submitted by Tamara Steer

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