Betty Raymond

Summerland Curling Club holds Mixed Bush Spiel

The Summerland Curling Club had their Mixed Bush Spiel this past weekend Jan. 4 to 6 with 32 teams, the largest number in many years.

The Summerland Curling Club had their Mixed Bush Spiel this past weekend Jan. 4 to 6 with 32 teams, the largest number in many years.

There were six teams from Penticton, six from Kelowna, one from Oliver and 18 from Summerland, including the five teams from the Friday night mixed league.

Head organizer John Egyed and his many volunteers set up the event. Jim Anderson and Ken Rae arranged the Friday night chili and the great prime rib dinner Saturday night, Dave Gartrell provided the apples. The bar staff also helped. Cliff and Gord White were responsible for the terrific ice.

The event was sponsored by CIBC, Summerland Golf Course, Fairview Mountain Golf Course and Heathers Hair Salon.

“A” Winners from Summerland Skip Glen Brennan,  third Amanda Guido, second Bob Guido lead Tammy Brennan. Runners up from Summerland Skip Stan Green, third  Patti McGillivray, second  Eric Johnson, lead  Linda Johnson.

“B” Winners  from  Kelowna Skip Eric Hirtz, third Kim Wilson second Kevin Kilmartin, lead Pat Bradbury.  Runners up from Oliver  Skip George Hagel, third  Diane Tetreault, second John Chapman, lead Darlene Chapman.

“C” Winners from Summerland Skip Dale Abrey, third Cheryl  Jaeger, second Steve Favel, lead Susan  Favel. Runners up from Kelowna skip Gary Wilson, third Janine Hirtz, second, Norm Owen, lead Tina Kulifaj.

 

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