Hello everyone. Here is your weekly news:
1- Grant programs extended until 2021: Last December 21st, Transition énergétique Québec announced the extension of 3 programmes until March 31st, 2021: ÉcoPerformance, Biomasse forestière résiduelle and Technoclimat. See detailed article on this link (in French only) : http://curling-quebec.qc.ca/2018/02/07/programmes-de-subvention-prolonges-jusquen-2021/?lang=en.
2- Curling Québec Facebook Live: Curling Québec has launched a new Facebook page, entirely dedicated to live feeds of select events! Sign up to Curling Québec LIVE to make sure you don’t miss any action, like the Tankard, which is being broadcast daily this week!
3- Tic, Tap & Toc final: The first ever Tic, Tap & Toc provincial final takes place this weekend! Saturday, February 10th at 1pm, our young finalists will face off on the Glenmore Curling Club ice, same as the Tankard men’s competitors! The Tic, Tap & Toc final will be broadcast live on our new Facebook page, Curling Québec LIVE! Don’t miss it!
4- Thank you Pierre Fellice: Our extended curling family lost an important member at the beginning of the season when we unfortunately learned of the passing of Pierre Fellice. Pierre was involved in the promotion of our sport at many levels (club, regional and provincial). The presentation of the WFG Tankard in the Montreal area gave us the opportunity to salute him officially one last time has Mr. Jean Lamère presented a painting to Pierre’s beloved daughter, Mrs. Diane Fellice.
5- Rocks & Rings is hiring: Rocks & Rings is hiring an instructor in Montreal! If interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
6- Invitation: Sept-Îles curling club invites you to its 66th edition of the Alouette Côte-Nord tournament from February 28th to March 4th.
Have a nice weekend 🙂