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Thank you to everyone who voted! The results are in and Jacket 1 in orange was the clear winner. (Jacket 4 was the runner-up.) Lyle and I will start working with embroiderers soon to get a sample made to be sure that the design and text will look ok. We certainly hope to use the design from Jacket 1, but, should the design not translate well to embroidery for some reason, we'll use the desing from Jacket 4.
Here's the winning look:
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Curling Watch Party and Club Fundraiser: Olympic Trials
Come join us and watch the game at my house in Fremont. We'll have viewings of the Women's finals and the Men's finals on Saturday and Sunday
Dec. 12, 2009 5:00 PM Local (8:00 PM ET) Women's Final
Note this will likely be a pot-luck event, and will have two raffle items to raise money for our bonspiel next Spring.
A huge, huge thanks to Loreen and Mason who taped and uploaded these amazing parts of our club history. Here are the links - they will also be available soon in our History section.
A big, big thank you to MoPac and the USCA for holding a mini-conference and skills camp this weekend in Vacaville. more photos (And a few more coming soon!)
The MoPac dates will be the same as WA state:
- Club Nationals: Jan 16-17, 2010
Congrats to all our members who curled in "The Crush" bonspiel in Vacaville over Labor Day weekend - and congrats to our top finishers:
B-event (Pinot Noir) runners-up: Team Seeger (Wes Seeger, Wendy Feist, Allan Barber, Barbara Feist)
C-event (Chardonnay) runners-up: Team Shaw (Mike Shaw (IL), Dave Peck, Jerome Larson, Sandy Resetich (IL))
D-event (Merlot) winners: Team Halpenny (Brent Halpenny, Mike Greenberg, Brian Patrick, Bruce MacIsaac)
Here is a letter from Jerome Larson:
Members Services of USA Curling and Mountain Pacific Curling Association are pleased to announce a â€œMini-Conferenceâ€ and Skills Clinic for the membership of MOPAC.
Date: October 10 and 11, 2009
This is a fantastic opportunity for the curling clubs in the Western United States to get together and learn from the talented pool of experts in Club Management and Growth.
The first-ever curling event was held in Oakland yesterday. It was a corporate event with about 20 participants and 9 volunteers. (Thank you, volunteers!)
Details are still being worked out around league times in Oakland - but Wednesdays at 7:15 pm is one possible time. The cost will depend on the number of people in the league. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Note date change to Sat, Oct 10 and Sun, Oct 11
Hello Bay Area Curlers,
MoPac will be hosting a USCA mini-conference and skills camp in Vacaville on October 10th & 11th. Many head office staff will be here. The USCA says we need a minimum of 20 people to make this successful. I'm thinking that our club can do that by itself, let's show the USCA why MoPac is the fastest growing region in the country.
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