The USCA will likely hold the first US Arena National Championships next summer. The committee has received three excellent hosting bids and is in the process of finalizing a site and date. This will be the first event of its
MoPac’s internal registration for Men’s and Women’s Regional Playdowns is now open. Information can be found under the ‘Club Nationals’ link. Deadline is September 30, 2012
Information has been posted regarding Men’s and Women’s Regional playdowns for US Club Nationals. Please visit the ‘Club Nationals’ link above.
The Oval Curling Club located at the Olympic Speed Skating Oval near Salt Lake City is the now MoPac’s newest member club.
Congratulations to our new MoPac officers and many thanks to all who ran. Our current officers are: President – Brian Patrick (SFBACC) **newly elected Vice President – Michael Lively (SFBACC) **newly elected Tresurer – Don Eschelby (Boise CC) Secretary –
The MoPac Board will vote for a new President, Vice President and our region’s second USCA Board representative when it meets via conference call on Wed, May 23. Anyone in MoPac is welcome to run for the USCA Board spot.
The USCA was recently selected to administer the Darwin Curtis Fund grant program on behalf of The Chicago Community Trust. The Darwin Curtis Fund was established to “support and encourage participation by the general public in the sport of curling….”
Congrats to First Event Winner Mike Greenberg, Phil Lorin, Roland Gong, Ralston Barnes Club affiliation San Francisco Bay Area CC See the whole list of the bracket winners under the 5 & U
Follow the MoPac 5 & Under action April 21-22, at the Granite Curling Club in Seattle on:Bonspieler for Live scoring, and Twitter for up to date news. 18 teams will battle it out and get a chance to play on
This past weekend, March 23-25, the International Tankard celebrated its 50th year anniversary at the Granite Curling Club, Seattle. MoPac is invited to this annual event by the Washington state curling association. This year MoPac selected the following for their