The Canadians Fire Fighter’s Curling Championship is being hosted by Moosomin a town in southern Saskatchewan founded in 1882. It is 20 kilometers west of the provincial boundary between Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
Take a quick look at the town of Moosimin, Saskatchewan. (It is not you! There is no sound)
Welcome back curlers! It is another year and time to be thinking of sliding and sweeping (otherwise known as curling).
We are encouraging new members to come out and give curling a try. It doesn’t matter if you are a pro or never thrown a rock before. Learn the game and be part of the rich history and tradition of curling. Come out and enjoy the great hospitality of Emergency Services Curling League and have a great time while you are there.
Good curling and most of all Good Friends make lasting Friendships. Enjoy!!!
Date: October 20th 2023
PLACE: ROYAL CITY CURLING CLUB IN NEW WESTMINSTER
TIME: 0930 hrs. – Games begin at 0930 hrs.
(0830hrs practice time)
COST: $200.00 For the season – approximately
CFFCA 61st Hydrant Championship – 2023
Your gallery is ready to be viewed. You’ll find the gallery organized into Albums based on the day and activity captured. There is also an album for ‘All Photos’ if you’d like to see them ALL in one place. Please share this email and link with all the Provincial directors, curlers, guests, etc. who may like to see them. All that is required to login will be a valid email address and the following password: CFFCA2023. This gallery will expire on May 6, 2023.
From the gallery, visitors will be able to ‘Favorite’ the photos they would like by clicking the star below each photo. Then select the ‘Favorites’ tab from the green bar at the top of the gallery and select ‘Download All’. Visitors may also choose to download ‘All Photos’ from the gallery page or ‘All Photos’ album if they wish. When downloading images, they will have the option to download ‘Original’ print quality images (including a print release form) or ‘Social Size’ images which are specifically resized for use on Facebook, or any other online/social media uses. ‘Social Size’ are not recommended for printing.
Visitors will also see the option to order matte or luster prints, canvases or even metal prints! These products can be purchased through the gallery site, are printed in our partners professional lab, and ship direct to the buyer.
Also, here is the link to the Team Skit Videos: https://drive.google.com/drive… The opening ceremony and closing ceremony videos should be uploaded to this drive in 1-2 days, so check back for them!
If anyone has any questions or problems with the gallery site or the Google Drive folder, they can contact us directly. Contact info below…
Please join us as we celebrate the amazing life of Don Burris.
Join us on April 29th 2023 at 3:00 pm – The Royal City Curling Club (75 E Sixth Ave E, New Westminster).
Our thoughts and condolences are extended to Don’s family and friends.
Cheque Presentation by the members of the BC Fire Fighters Curling Association – $5,000.00 Donation for the BC Professional Firefighters Burn Fund
The 63rd BC Firefighters Curling Championship was held in Port Hardy which is at the north end of Vancouver Island at the Fort Rupert Curling Club. Hosted by the Port Hardy Fire Department. Fire Chief Brent Borg Chairman.
This year we had 11 teams compete for this year’s Championship. We were down a few teams and are rebuilding after the Covid years. The winning team was the rink from Campbell River Skip-Dean Thulin, Third Ken Dawson, Second Rob Robinson and Lead Kevin Maxwell.
Wishing Team BC all the best at the Canadians in PEI.
Brent and Hardy Boys did an amazing job great job hosting us for the 4 day event. They fed us great meals and made sure we were all hydrated the whole time.
Results our event are:
A-event winner – Thulin rink
B-event winner – Marshall rink
C-event winner – Pfoh rink
D-event winner – Caton rink
Outhouse winner – Nedelak rink
Most Sportsmanlike – Port Hardy B team rink
Great Job everyone!
Elections were held for Vice President– Don Marshall was re-elected by acclamation.
Secretary/Treasurer/BC Director– Rick Euper was re-elected by acclamation.
Trustee– John Nicholson and Gary Falcon elected by acclamation.
Next year’s BC Championship will be held at Tunnel Curling Club in Tsawwassen January 31 to February 4th 2024.
Are you looking for a team to curl on for the championship in Port Hardy? Contact Rick Euper ASAP as he has a couple of teams that need a few curlers.
Just a reminder that Registration *must* be in no later than January 14, 2023.
Just a reminder that Registration *must* be in no later than January 14, 2023 (as per our constitution registration must be in no later that January 15). Please try and get them in ASAP, so all of the organizers can have a good idea of how many curlers will be attending to make this another great event!!
Team Entry Form
(Download the PDF onto your computer as it will then be an editable PDF Form)
Please email me your team roster and e transfer is the best way to send money.
If you have any problems or questions please don’t hesitate to contact myself:
Secretary Treasurer – Provincial Director