Curlers find funds for Montreal

Four Summerland curlers have received the money they need to advance to top-level curling in Montreal.

Dear Editor:

Team B.C. is off to Montreal this Saturday and we wish to say thank you to all of our supporters that have donated funds towards our travel and accommodations, as well as all of the “good curling” wishes.

We are overwhelmed by the support and want to let everyone know that the amount we have received is beyond our expectations and with the funds that we have personally put in as well, we are ready to go represent B.C. and Summerland at the upcoming Masters National Curling Event in Montreal, March 26 to April 1.

We will do our best at the competition and if you would like to follow the results you can go to  eteamz.com.

Bev Skinner

Wendy Archer

RoseMarie Fenrich

Betty Raymond,

Summerland

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