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We will have open curling from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Expo Building. There is no charge and you can invite friends who want to learn more about curling. However, we need help preparing the ice and tearing down when we're finished. Please call me at 605-228-2617 if you are willing to help. It would be great to have some folks available around 3:30. We'll probably set up three lanes.
The Aberdeen Curling Club has an online store open through Nov. 6. You can order shirts, hoodies, caps and hats with the club's new logo. Check out the options at this link or with the QR code on the doccument attached to this post.
The season is approaching, so here's a little helpful information. First, registration is open for our Sept. 23 learn to curl event, league and our bonspiel in early January. Learn more and register at our website curlaberdeen.com. Just a reminder that our learn to curl has been moved up an hour because of a conflict with a Wings game. It will not be from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Odde Ice Center. Hope to see you there. Bring a friend. And for those who are visiting for the Broom Snapper, I will attach a list of Aberdeen hotels that are offering special hotel rates. Hope you have enjoyed the summer and are ready to throw some stones. Good curling!
The Aberdeen Curling Club executive board gave final approval Monday at its regular meeting of a new logo for the club. This is the first logo update in club history.
A big thanks to Troy McQuillen from McQuillen creative group for helping make this new look a reality.
the 2023-24 Aberdeen Curling Club operating budget has been approved by the club's Board of Directors and is now available for viewing by club members. To view the budget log into the website, click the drop down menu titled "curling", then click on the news tab. There club members can view the budget.
The Aberdeen Curling Club's Blues Brothers team of Mark Becking, Steve Gascoigne, Bryan Rau and Mark Tolvstad finished second last weekend at the Big Sky Bonspiel in Mizzoula, Mont. The team won four straight games to advance to the championship before losing on the last shot. Congratuiations!
Congratulations to Aber-Dabber-Doo for winning the B Event at the 5-Club Bonspiel at the FM Curling Club March 25-27 in Fargo. Team members are, from left, Matthew Perreault, Scott Waltman, Ann Podoll and Matthew Klundt. Thank you to all of the Aberdeen teams that attended and all of the curlers who helped make the bonspiel a success by pitching in with duties. Our club made more than $2,300 over the weekend. Thanks again to everybody who volunteered and to our hosts at the FM Curling Club.
As a reminder, we will need 10 vounteers on Friday, April 14 to help at the Ducks Unlimited Spring Banquet. This is another chance to raise funds for our club. If you enjoy curling and the people you meet and are interested in playing again next season, please make time to help out. All Aberdeen Curling Club teams should be able to provide at least one volunteer. If you're interested, call Scott Waltman at 605-228-2617.
The next board meeting is at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 3 at K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public Library.
The Aberdeen Curling Club was well represented at the U.S. Arena Nationals in Eveleth Minnesota November 3rd through the 6th.
Competing at the event included club members Mark Tolvstad, Bryan Rau, Steve Gascoign, and Mark Becking.
Competing in this national tournament included arena teams from California, Utah, and Dallas/Ft. Worth.
The team skipped by Mark Tolvstad finished in second place falling to Dallas/Ft. Worth in the final 8-2.
Aberdeen Curlign Club members recently took part in the Drayton North Dakota "Summer Spiel." This is considered North Dakota's oldest curling club.
Those pictured include from left to right, Mark Tolvstad, Bryan Rau, Mark Becking and Steve Gascoigne
The Aberdeen Curling Club welcomed Aberdeen Central high schoolers to come out and try curling for gym class. About 80 students in all came out Thursday Feb. 10th to throw some stones. A big thanks to Todd Sayler who donated money to cover the ice time for this event.
Members of the Aberdeen Curling Club made the trek up to Fargo January 28th through the 30th to take part in the annual "Greenspiel."
A Greenspiel is a bonspiel, but two members of your team can only be curling for less than two years.
1st Place Youth Division
Aberdeen Curling Club members Danny Wolfgram, John Hilton, Alex Wolfgram and John Peterson managed to accomplish what few curlers do as a team. Complete an eight ender or a "snowman" as they are sometimes called.
An eight ender is compared to a perfect game in baseball by some due to how rare and difficult they are. Also, the team from Aberdeen scored this eight ender without the hammer.
The Aberdeen Curling Club held its annual September learn to curl on Saturday September 18th. Several people came out to give curling a try as the league gears up fo the 2021-22 season.
If you want to try curling please keep an eye out for future learn to curls or if you want to schedule a corporate curling event for your business, club or organization reach out to us!
Aberdeen Curling Club members made the trip to Cedar Rapids Iowa to take part in the Cedar Rapids Curling Club "CedarSpiel" September 10th - 12th.
The team made it to Sunday but lost and returned home.
Pictured are "the Blues Brothers" Mark Tolvstad, Bryan Rau, Brian Dannen and Mark Becking.
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