The McKay-Douglas International is a men’s bonspiel tournament hosted by the Ardsley Curling Club in Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY. This year’s event was contested from 23-26 February 2013. Three Philadelphia teams competed in the event with great results, including winning the First and Sixth events, and a runner-up in the Second event. The overall champions of the event were skipped by Bruce Clouser, vice Brian Dudt, second Daniel Dudt, and lead Ken Seiverd. Congratulations too all our teams on a great showing as one of the stronger men’s competitions!
The 6th Annual Philadelphia CURL-A-THON will be hosted at the Philadelphia CC from Friday March 8th at 6 PM until Saturday March 9th at 11 PM. To those who do not know about the event, the Curl-a-Thon, is a fundraiser put on by Philadelphia Curling Club to raise funds for one of our members, Jeff Harris, who suffered a life changing event causing him to be confined to a wheelchair. Jeff has been a member of our club since 1997. The event is open to everyone (friends, family, strangers etc.), there will be food, drinks, and curling going on from 6pm Friday to 10 pm+ Saturday. Come and enjoy the sun with this years Luau Theme! Read the rest of this entry »
Philadelphia Curling Club team won the Fourth Event at the Kayser 5 and Under Mixed Championship held at Utica Curling Club from 14 to 17 February 2013. The Philadelphia team was skipped by Bryan Beck, vice Katie Arcidiacono, second Dan Cooper and lead Kristen Beck. Congratulations!
Philadelphia Curling Club’s Team Anderson qualified for the 2013 USA Curling National Championships which was held February 9-16, 2013 at the Cornerstone Ice Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Team Anderson includes Sarah Anderson, Courtney Anderson-Slata, Katie Dubberstein, Taylor Anderson, and coach Wayne Anderson. The team made all of us here in Philadelphia Curling Club extremely proud!
The 2013 USA Curling Junior National Championships was held from January 26 until February 2, 2013 at Broomstones Curling Club in Wayland, MA. Pennsylvania had two teams, with one in the men’s and one in the women’s competition skipped out of Philadelphia Curling Club. Both teams qualified for the playoffs after the round robin of 10-teams. Team Pennsylvania for the men’s side of the competition finished 3rd overall and received a bronze medal. For the women’s competition, Team Pennsylvania ended the competition in 4th place.