The MoPac Spring Board meeting will be held on Monday, April 8, at 7PM (PT) via conference call.
Congratulations to the following MoPac curlers who have been selected to participate in the International Tankard at the Golden Ears Curling Club in Maple Ridge, BC. Your contributions to your respective clubs and the region as a whole are greatly appreciated!
- Marissa Messier (Hollywood Curling Club)
- Michael Lively (San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club)
- Wayne Brock (Evergreen Curling Club)
- Keith LaFortune (Evergreen Curling Club)
- Eric Toews (Evergreen Curling Club)
The MoPac Men’s playdown Round Robin is complete. Updated standings and playoff bracket posted HERE.
The Draw Schedule and event information for the Men’s MoPac Playdown is now posted here . The event will take place at Evergreen Curling Club on Jan 18-21, 2013. All draws are likely to be broadcast live on their UStream site
MoPac has gained 2 berths to the National event to be held March 2 – 9, 2013 at Exmoor Curling Club, Highland Park, IL
MoPac Club Nationals teams have been released. For the full story, click HERE.
It is our understanding as well that the Evergreen Curling Club will be broadcasting the middle sheet of each draw. We’ll keep up updated as the story develops.
Nominate a fellow curler or yourself for the International Tankard!
Full details HERE
Follow Evergreen CC’s dedicated ice progress:
Full story here: http://tinyurl.com/cppd6cg
The inaugural United States Curling Association Arena Curling National Championship, an event designed specifically for curlers who utilize arena curling facilities, will debut next summer. This new championship will take place July 18-21 at the Fort Wayne Curling Club in Fort Wayne, Ind.
“The Fort Wayne Curling Club is excited that the USCA has initiated a new Arena Championship to provide many of the newest curling clubs in the United States, like us, the ability to compete against clubs of similar circumstances,” said Craig Fisher, Fort Wayne Curling Club president and chairman of the 2013 Arena Curling National Championships.
The event will feature 32 teams, with men’s and women’s divisions, and the hopes of growing the event in the future. To be eligible to enter, team members must all be dues-paying, league-playing members of the same arena curling club.