Hi everyone! Here’s your weekly news:
1- CAREFUL – “phishing”/”spoofing” detected: It seems that the email addresses firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com were victims of phishing/spoofing. If you received an email from one of those addresses, without official Curling Québec logos, about an unpaid invoice, please ignore and delete.
2- Thank you Cathy!: Curling Québec would like to thank Cathy Hughes who recently completed her mandate as a member of the board of Curling Canada. During the last three years, Cathy spearheaded multiple projects as a member of the board especially as a liaison with the province of Québec. She was always available, present and efficient and it was a real pleasure to stand with her through her mandate. Sincere thanks Cathy! (pictured, right)
3- Brad Gushue is coming to Hudson Whitlock curling club: Brad Gushue (2016 and 2017 Brier Cup winner, all-time Brier Cup winner, World Champion, Olympic Champion) is coming to the Whitlock Golf and Country Club on November 2nd and 3rd. He will be holding 4 2-hour clinics ($60/clinic) at:
· 12-2pm and 3-5pm on Friday, November 2nd
· 1:30-3:30 pm and 4:30-6:30 pm on Saturday, November 3rd
We welcome curlers from any club to join the clinics with Brad. There are limited spots available so please book early. In addition, Gushue will speak at a gourmet dinner ($100/ person) hosted by Whitlock at 7pm on Saturday, November 3rd. Again, there are limited spots available so book early by either contacting Whitlock (curling@whitlockgcc, 450-458-5305, ext.212) or Steve Thunem (firstname.lastname@example.org).
4- REMINDER: Tic, Tap & Toc returns: The Tic, Tap & Toc Championship returns for its second season! Check out our webpage for all the details and sign up your club before November 16th!
5- Senior tournament of Quebec City: Here is the press release (in French) presenting the results of the first edition of the Senior Tournament of Qubec City that happened on September 27th-30th at the Jacques-Cartier and Victoria curling clubs.
6- New posters of the rules coming up: Curling Canada will send shortly by mail to all curling clubs in Canada the new posters of the curling rules. Coming soon!
7- Your needs in training: If you are a club or a player and you have some need for any of the Curling Québec workshops either in French or in English, don’t hesitate to let us know at email@example.com.
8- Invitation: La Sarre curling club invites you to its Classique Desjardins tournament next November 23-24-25. <
9- Invitation: Etchemin curling club invites you to its Pow-Wow tournament next November 24-25. See poster.
Have a nice weekend!