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10/5 - Draft 2018 AGM MInutes added - see below 

International Junior Curling Club Bonspiel 2018

Well done to the GPYC team  finished second in League A, not quite managing to retain the trophy won in Edinburgh last year.
Team: Adam Keron, Kirsty Barr, Holly Davis, Emma Barr




GOGAR PARK CURLING CLUB AGM

The AGM took place on 
25 April at 7:30 in the club rooms at Murrayfield

GOGAR PARK CURLING CLUB’s CONTRIBUTION TO THE NEW ICE PAD

On Saturday 03 March after the Past Presidents match, John Hogarth, President of Gogar Park Curling Club handed over a cheque for £22,950 to Alasdair Seftor, Treasurer, Edinburgh Curling Club. Alasdair thanked everyone from Gogar Park for this wonderful donation and confirmed that the contract has been signed and work will commence on the new ice pad on the 2 April. I am sure that all Gogar Park members will be looking forward to the start of next season when we play on the new ice.



GPYC win the Midlothian Province Bonspiel

Congratulation to Gogar Park Juniors on winning the bonspiel for the first time ever. Teams were – David Baird, Adam Keron, Andrew Keron and Emma Barr (Andrew and Emma not present in the picture) with the later team being skipped by Gavin Barr with Rowena Steven, Chris Morris and Holly Davis.



Open Super League Division 2  Post Split Teams

The post-split teams are as follows:
A Keron - T1
S Kesley - T2
S McNee - T3
C Dodds - T4
Yester - T5
R Taylor - B1
E Tittley - B2
Team Muirhead - B3
A Barlow - B4
J Addinall - B5


https://www.edinburghcurling.co.uk/about-us/curl-edinburgh-2018-appeal/


Please follow this link to read more about the proposed renovation works that are required for the long term viability of the ice rink.

The cost of this work will required support from the membership. A donation form can be found at:

https://www.edinburghcurling.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Curling-Appeal-Fundraising-Form.pdf

 

We have all enjoyed curling for the last 30 years thanks to the fund raising efforts of a previous generation. Now it’s our turn to ensure that the Edinburgh has a high quality curling facility for the next 30 years.





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