Team BC for the Dominion Cup is Dwight Hodder

Team BC off to the Canadians this month

Dominion Cup winners are off to play in the Canadians on Nov. 21-26 in Richmond

Team BC for the Dominion Cup is Dwight Hodder, Paul Quesnel, Christopher Brezina and Gary Farr. They are off to the Canadians on Nov. 21-26 in Richmond.

Entry into the facility is free, so if anyone is down there that week we would love to see you for support at the curling.

We are the smallest club in BC to have had a champion in the Dominion Cup and the boys are very proud to represent not only our club but also our small town of Ashcroft.

The Dominion supports paraplegic curling in British Columbia and each team is asked to help raise money for this. The team that raises the most money will receive $1500 for their club.

The BC Paraplegic organization will supply tax receipts for all donations over $20. Each member of the team has pledge sheets. Please consider donating to this wonderful cause. Team BC thanks you for your support.

You can also donate online at Each donation needs to be made under one of the boys names for the team to be credited with the pledge for the chance to win the money for the club but the real winner is the BC Paraplegic Association.

Again, thank you.

Janet Quesnel

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