Welcome to Competition Corner, a new feature on our website in which we highlight achievements of VCC members in events outside of VCC bonspiels in the prior month. One of the goals of the Club's Board of Directors when planning for the move to the VCC's post-Olympic home was to support competitive curling with the hope that the VCC would once again become home to some of the best curlers in the Province.
Over the last four years we have had VCC members participate in, and win, regional, national and provincial events. At the VCC we believe it is important to celebrate not just the successes, but all our members' efforts. We established firstname.lastname@example.org this year so that members can let the Club know when they are playing outside the VCC.
The VCC strives to make curling affordable for people at differing stages of life out of respect for a diverse membership that includes youth, students, people entering the workforce, people established in their careers, and retirees.
To put the cost of curling in perspective, we calculated the average cost of curling per week and compared it with other popular entertainment and fitness activities. To read more about this and other topics to get you back into a curling frame of mind, check out the September edition of The Backline.
In an effort to move our processes online and go paperless, the Vancouver Curling Club (VCC) now offers a web-based registration and waiver form.
The VCC requires members fully complete this form to gather and maintain accurate information from our members. This info is entered into a database maintained by – and for the exclusive use of – the VCC, for membership service and insurance purposes. No personal identifiable information will be shared with any outside individuals / groups, except for insurance purposes.