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January 9, 2013, (ISN) BC curling centres looking to boost their business have until January 11 to submit their grant application to the Canadian Curling Association.

A maximum of $17,000 is available through the CCA’s Curling Assistance Program in two categories: Bricks & Mortar and Business Development.

BC curling centres that have succeeded in their applications in the past include Nelson, Nanaimo, Glen Meadows, Chilliwack, Kamloops and Princeton.

Visit http://www.curling.ca/programs-and-services/curling-assistance-program/ for more information about the application process.

Want to curl, have fun, and work with kids? 

Sports enthusiasts from the Lower Mainland are being recruited to work with elementary-school-age children to encourage them to be more active.

Training is currently scheduled for Sunday, January 13, at Ranch Park Elementary School in Coquitlam, followed by three days of a mentorship opportunity, to put into practice what is learned at the training.  For more information or to register for the program (http://www.britishcolumbiagolf.org/events-workshops/soar-training-coquitlam/  or call Penny Bartel, Curl BC Participation Manager, at 604-333-3620 or email ac.cblrucnull@letrabp.

Completion of the training program as well as a criminal record check is a prerequisite to working with SOAR.

The instructors will run:

•The Capital One Rocks & Rings program, which is a gym-based curling game for 6 to 12-year-olds.

•The Playground to Fairway (P2F) School Golf program, which introduces basic golf skills to school-age children with a focus on fun.

•The Learn & Play program, a fun tennis program aimed at younger children which uses mini racquets and foam balls.

 

 

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