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Dear Members and Friends of Curling,
Earlier this evening, the membership of the San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club voted to authorize the club's Board of Directors to proceed with building in Hayward, CA what will be the only dedicated curling facility in California. Once operational, the new curling center will provide a greater diversity of draw times and activities, improved ice quality, and allow us to fully develop our Youth/Junior curling initiative as well as new wheelchair and deaf curling programs.
Today we finally submitted the AUP application to the City of Hayward. Michael Lively personally delivered it and was told by the planner assigned to us that the drawings look more complete than most of what they get in. Way to go Michael!!. Next we have a meeting to discuss our application set on April 2nd. The drawings look pretty cool. We will have a copy to show at tomorrow's member meeting
DI MEMBER VOTE CLOSES TOMORROW
WCF Loan Application
Here's a summary of the DI Committee's work in the last few weeks:
Member Meeting and Voting
The Wine Country Curling Club in conjunction with the SFBACC will be hosting a Learn-to-Curl session at Snoopy's Home Ice Sunday, March 2, 2014 from 6-8pm.
2 upcoming Member Forums:
Tuesday, 2/25 in SJ at 7:00pm at Sharks Ice - San Jose in the 2nd floor conference room.
Saturday 3/1 in Oakland at 5:30pm at the Pacific Brewing Company. 906 Washington St, Oakland.
The Dedicated Ice Committee, in cooperation with our real estate agent, has prepared a Letter of Intent to be supplied to the owner of the facility at 3121 Diablo Avenue, Hayward, CA. This Letter is only a proposal to negotiate the terms of a potential lease agreement, and is neither an offer nor a contract. Note these terms represent what SFBACC is asking, and there will be some give and take in our discussions with the owner.
On Monday (2/17) an informal member meeting was held in San Jose to give an update on the Dedicated Ice initiative. For those of you who couldn’t make it, here’s what was discussed:
- We kicked things off with Mike Greenberg giving us an Olympic update. As of Monday (2/17), we had over 800 people come out to try a Learn to Curl during the Olympic push, and over 40 new curlers have registered for lessons starting this Saturday.
-Brian gave a quick status on the multi-threads various committee members are working on,