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Parry Sound 2019 Results

RBC Royal Bank a major sponsor to the 5th Annual Parry Sound Curlers Care Supporting Military Families  Bonspiel.From Left – Ray Pavlove Event Organizer, Fawn Horvath RBC, Tessa Clermont Executive Director North Bay MFRC, Kevin Fuchs RBC Branch Manager RBC Parry Sound and Tom Traversy event organizer.
Tessa Clermont, executive director of the Military Family Resource Centre at CFB North Bay, accepts a cheque for $10,740 from Curlers Care 2-4 Supporting Military Families Bonspiel organizers Tom Traversy and Ray Pavlove. CFB Borden received $2,057. Feb. 2019 – Bob Gilman photo

Jami Quathamer and Lisa Kraus receives the Connor Cup from Connor Industries Representative Matt Nelson. – Bob Gilman photo

5th Annual Curlers Care Champions Pool A Champions – 
Team Green & Dry – Robin Dyck, President Vern Kennedy Legion Branch 117 Sponsor, and Ian Burgess.

5th Annual Parry Sound Curlers Care Pool B Champions sponsored by RBC Royal Bank.
‘Team Harbour South Garry Jacobson, Parry Sound RBC Royal Bank Manager Kevin Fuchs and Larry Simons 

5th Annual Parry Sound Curlers Care Pool C Champions sponsored by Ainsworth Inc.
Team Ainsworth – Melissa Hayhurst and Al Bourgeois

5th Annual Parry Sound Curlers Care Pool D Champions sponsored by Ben & Carol Hansen
Team SNAFU -Jami Quathamer, Carol Hansen, Ben Hansen and Lisa Kraus

5th Annual Parry Sound Curlers Care Pool E Champions sponsored by Ken & Nancy Gallinger
Team T &T, Ray Pavlove Curlers Care organiser, Tracey Sitts & Julie Truscott and  Tom Traversy Curlers Care organiser.
 

Chatham Curling host 4th Annual Curlers Care Bonspiel Supporting Military Families


Special Olympians, surround the Connor Cup at the 4th Annual Curlers Care Bonspiel held at the Chatham Curling Club, November 16, 2018
A great time was had by all. The Connor Cup features a shields of Curlers Care Bonspiels across Canada, the Curling club hosting the bonspiel and the date of the bonspiel.
Curlers Care Bonspiels Support Military Families.

Presentation NB Military Family Resource Centre

Cheque Presentation to North Bay Military Family Resource Centre

L to R  Major Serge Palin, Tom Traversy, Tina Thompson MFRC, Tessa

Clermont MFRC, and Ray PavloveA cheque in the amount of $10328.00 was presented to Tessa Clermont, Executive Direct of the North Bay MFRC.   Ms Clermont thanked everyone for their support, “Your money will go a long way to support  the  work we do serving in our military personnel and their families who are left behind during deployment. We respond to the unique needs of military families. There are 32 Military Family Resource Centres in Canada that provide needed support to military and veterans’ families. We in North Bay have a huge area to serve, from Parry Sound to the Soo and north to Hudson Bay. Thanks to everyone for helping us help those serving or who have served.”   Major Serge Palin from 22 Wing CFB North Bay also spoke on how the Family Resource Centre sends care packages with to those serving overseas and how important it is to receive them. “These packages are important to us and help us deal with the harsh realities of serving away from home.”

2018 Curlers Care to CFB Borden MFRC

2018 Curlers Care Cheque to CFB Borden MFRC

 Cheque Presentation to CFB Borden Military Family Resource Centre

A cheque in the amount of $2057.00 was presented to WO Hayden of CFB Borden Military Family Resource Centre. This amount represents to receipts form the Silent Auction and donations at the Beer & Wings Night. “I am pleased to to deliver this cheque to the MFRC and thank everyone for supporting the troops,”  said WO Wendell Hayden. L to R Tom Traversy, WO Wendell Hayden, MCPL John Thorne and Ray Pavlove.  All  Pool Champions were awarded Curlers Care Championship Crests,  Maple Dale Cheese and Planet Bean coffee.

2018 Top Fundraising Teams

The top fund-raiser, Team Priceless, Amanda Cunsolo

First Place – The top fund-raiser, Team Priceless, Amanda Cunsolo, Tom Traversy and Ray Pavlove raising over $1700.
L to R Tom Traversy, Amanda Cunsolo and Ray Pavlove

Top Fundraisers Second Place

Second Place -Team Casual Curlers,  Lorrie Kerr and Valerie Wye raised $625.00 L to R Tom Traversy, Lorrie Kerr, Valerie Wye and Ray Pavlove

Top Fundraisers Third Place

Third Place     Team Ainsworth Al Bourgeois, Melissa Hayhurst raised $475.00.   L to R Al Bourgeois, Melissa Hayhurst and Ray Pavlove

2018 Pool A, B, C, D & E Champions

Pool A Champions sponsored by Royal Canadian Legion Br. 117

Team Boozum Buddies Jannette & Paul Trussler won Pool A.
Left to right: Tom Travesy, Janette Trussler, Vern Kennedy, President, Royal Canadian Legion Br. 117, Paul Trussler & Ray Pavlove

Pool B Champions, Sponsor RBC Royal Bank

Team  LePage  – Jackie Lepage  & Mitch Lepage won Pool BL to R  Tom Traversy, Jackie LePage, Kevin Fuchs, Manager RBC Royal Bank, Mitch LePage, Oshawa, and Byron Cunningham, Planet Bean, Guelph.

Pool C Champions Sponsored by Ainsworth

Team Holmes, Steve Holmes & Shelly van Erp won Pool C. L to R Tom Traversy, Stebve Hoplmes , Shelly VanERp Al Bourgeois, representing Ainsworth and Byron Cunningham, Planet Bean, Guelph.

Pool D Champions sponsored by Ben& Carol Hansen

Team High Flyers – Ben Hansen & Amanda Cunsolo won Pool D .  L to R   Tom Traversy, Ben Hansen, Amanda Cunsolo, Byron Cunningham and Ray Pavlove

Pool E Champions sponsored by Ken & Nancy Gallinger

Team Rockers, Ian Burgess & Robin Dyck won Pool E.  L to R Tom Traversy, Robin Dyck, Ian Burgess and Ray Pavlove

 

Jr Curlers Care Ambassadors WIN Provincials

Big Wins on the Ontario Junior Curling Tour
Under 18 Boys Under 18 Girls Champions

Sam Mooibroek, Veronica Bernard, Owen Purdy, Claire Randell, Matt Garner, Sarah Wallace, Charlie Randell, Krysten Elson, Hazen Enman (absent)

Jr Curlers Care Ambassadors Headed to U-18 Mixed Provincials

The mixed team – a combination of two local U18 teams made up of skip Hazen Enman, vice Veronica Bernard, second Charlie Randell and lead Claire Randell and coached by Marc Bernard – came away with a two wins in the qualifier to send them to the championship match.

Read the full article in the Observer