Zone 1 (Moncton region) and Zone 5 (Campbellton region) are transitioning back to Orange level, as of midnight tonight (Oct. 9), under the province’s COVID-19 recovery plan. The following are among the rules that apply to Zones 1 and 5 only: Outdoor recreational activities are allowed, including campgrounds, ATV or snowmobile trails. However, no organized sports…

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Summer is drawing to a close and things are really ramping up at the curling club.  The Return to Play protocols have all been prepared and are now posted on the website and Facebook.  Everyone should be familiar with the protocols before you return to the club.  Videos have been prepared for your convenience but…

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COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update The Curl Moncton Board of Directors met to discuss the new curling season and the draft COVID-19 Operational Plan that our Executive Director, Joan Reed, has prepared.  The Operational Plan has been developed to conform with the guidance provided by the province to organizations that have been permitted to re-open and to the Curling Canada…

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The attached survey will provide Curl Moncton Board of Directors with vital information to plan for the upcoming curling season. The information gathered here will allow Curl Moncton to finalize the COVID operational plan which is required by the Province for us to open our doors again in the fall and have a successful curling…

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COVID-19

COVID-19 The pandemic is taking a financial toll at every level and Curl Moncton realizes that many Curl Moncton members will have been confronted with loss of income and loss of investments.  Now is not an appropriate time to raise membership fees.  While Curl Moncton continues to struggle financially, with an estimated loss of between $50,000…

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REndering of the COVID-19 Virus

REndering of the COVID-19 Virus Everyone must be feeling a sense of relief and liberation now that New Brunswick has moved to the Yellow Level and is allowing more businesses and activities to re-open.  At this level, low-contact team sports are permitted to operate, however, there are still restrictions and processes that must be respected.  Questions remain regarding how this…

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COVID-19

COVID-19 Curl Moncton continues to follow the COVID-19 corona virus situation very closely. While the timeline is uncertain, we know that this situation will find resolution. At this point in time we remain optimistic that our summer programs, including summer camps and bonspiels, will go forward. Nevertheless, appropriate decisions will be made in accordance with developments…

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Curl Moncton is facing a serious financial situation, we are no longer able to meet our operating expenses with the revenues that we are generating and we have not been able to set aside funds to meet our long-term debt repayments which begin in October.  The fact that we are closed to help stop the…

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Curl Moncton teams also came home winners after the 2020 Kenny Coates U15 Bonspiel in Saint John. Skip Mya Pugsley and her team mates went undefeated to achieve the goal they had set for themselves at the beginning of the season: winning the U15 title. An impressive showing for this young team. A younger Curl…

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Curl Moncton swept the top two positions in the 2020 NB Seniors Championships Women’s Division with Team Comeau capturing the title and Team Donaher coming in as runner up. Team Odishaw took 4 in the seventh end of the final to win the NB Seniors Men’s Division. Congratulations to all of you! It was a…

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