Congratulations to Jack Crombie from Hudson.
If something significant in the sport of curling in Quebec has taken place over the years, chances are that Jack Crombie has been involved.
The resident of Hudson, Que., has spent more than 30 years giving his time to the sport of curling as a volunteer, administrator, organizer, draw-master and host committee chair.
He was also a key player in the merger of the various Quebec curling organizations in 2001 into what is known today as Curling Quebec — an organization for which he would serve as president for two years, prior to being presented with the Curling Quebec Lifetime Achievement Award last year.
He also volunteered his time at the national level, including attending five Canadian Curling Association annual meetings as a member of the Quebec delegation.
Congratulations well deserved to Jack Crombie and many thanks for his time and implication.