Love Where You Live curling bonspiel coming in January

Clearwater is invites businesses and groups to participate in the first annual Love where you Live Curling Bonspiel

District of Clearwater is inviting businesses and groups to participate in the first annual Love where you Live Curling Bonspiel.

The date is set for Jan. 25 and 26, reports sports coordinator Melody Romeo.

“It is a great opportunity, with some fun tied in, for businesses/groups to get together and know your neighbours,” Romeo said.

For entry fees the District is asking that each business or team contribute four prizes of a combined value of $75. Some suggestions are gift certificates, hats, T-shirts, or what have you. There will be a draw for prizes at the end of the bonspiel.

“This is a great way to promote your business and provide for a  healthy outlet for your  staff,” said the sports coordinator for District of Clearwater and Wells Gray Country.

The Wells Gray Curling lounge will be open for refreshments.


“Come out have some fun, get some exercise and Love Where You Live!” said Romeo.



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