CCA 2021-22 Game Plan

*Update 1/5/22

Update to the CCA COVID-19 Policy

We are committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for all of our members. With that in mind, we have updated our COVID-19 policy to reflect the recent recommendations made the CDC. Specifically, the CDC shortened the recommended time for isolation for people with COVID-19 to 5 days if they are asymptomatic or their symptoms are resolving, followed by 5 days of wearing a mask when around other to minimize the risk of infecting people they encounter. From this point forward, all individuals must follow the requirements below, as applicable. Further, if there are 5 or more confirmed COVID-19 cases at the curling club that are possibly connected/related to each other, we will close the close the club for 5 days, and no broomstacking in any league for an additional 5 days.

Separate from this policy, individuals should follow the advice of their healthcare provider.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19:

  • You must not enter the curling club for a minimum of 5 days.
  • After 5 days and if you are symptom-free, you may return to the curling club. However, you must wear a mask at all times, including during broomstacking, for an additional 5 days.
  • You must also follow the communication protocol outlined below.

If you are exposed to someone inside of the curling club who tested positive for COVID-19:

  • You must not enter the curling club for a minimum of 5 days from the date of exposure.
  • After 5 days, the individual may return to the curling club; however, you must wear a mask at all times, including during broomstacking, for an additional 5 days.
  • We recommend testing on Day 5 after exposure, if possible.
  • If at any point you develop symptoms during the 10 days following the date of exposure, you must stay home and should get tested.

If you are exposed to someone outside of the curling club who tested positive for COVID-19:

  • Fully vaccinated individuals, including boosters, as defined by the CDC HERE, that are symptom free, may still enter the curling club; however, the individual must wear a mask at all times, including during broomstacking, for the entire 10-day period after exposure.
  • Unvaccinated or un-boosted individuals must not enter the curling club for at least 5 days from the date of exposure. Following those 5 days, the individual may enter the curling club but must remain masked at all times, including during broomstacking, for an additional 5 days.
  • We recommend testing on Day 5 after exposure, if possible.
  • If at any point you develop symptoms during the 10 days following the date of exposure, you must stay home and should get tested.

Communication Protocol

We have a notification plan in place for when we have someone with a confirmed case of COVID-19. All individuals must follow the requirements below, as applicable.

  • Any individual or League Commissioner who has knowledge of a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the curling club must contact Steve McKee via phone call or text ASAP.
    • If you do not have confirmed receipt from Steve within a reasonable amount of time (2 hours), contact Neil Pifer via phone.
    • If you do not have confirmed receipt from Neil Pifer within a reasonable amount of time (2 hours), contact Casey DenHartigh via phone.
  • Upon notification, the Board Member must determine which league(s) that individual played in. It may be necessary to use additional resources or contact additional Board Members to complete this requirement.
  • The Board Member must initiate a string of communications, starting with:
    • Text/phone call to the applicable League Commissioner(s) about the confirmed case and further instructions on next steps (e.g., notification to league members not to enter curling club for at least 5 days after date of exposure; followed by 5 days of wearing a mask at all times; any other pertinent information).
  • The League Commissioner must text and/or email the members of their league with the following information:
    • Receipt of notification of a confirmed case of COVID-19 by an individual who participates in the league.
    • The date of exposure.
    • Requirement that all individuals who curled on that night of the league should follow the CCA COVID-19 Policy, including that the individual should not enter the curling club for at least 5 days after that date, and must mask for an additional 5 days at all times.
    • Requirement that teams notify any subs who played with them that night of these requirements.
    • Date that individuals may re-enter the curling club.
    • Note: Individuals who did not curl on that league where the exposure occurred are not subject to the restrictions imposed.
  • The Team Skip is responsible for notifying any sub that played on their team of the information received from the League Commissioner.


*Update 8/18/21

The Mecklenburg County government and the Charlotte City council in conjunction with the County Health Department has mandated masks in all indoor faciltites.  As soon as they lift the restrictions, we will re-evaluate things, and update our curling protocols. 

Here is a LINK to the article and whole mandate. Until this mandate is lifted, our curling club is considered an indoor facility, and we are required to comply with the mandate.

Here is a copy of the actual mandate: 

Section 4. Mask Mandate.

A. Face Coverings Required in Public Places. The Board of Health enacts the following restriction on the operation of offices, business establishments, and other public places within Mecklenburg County:

(1) Individuals must wear Face Coverings when indoors in all businesses, establishments, and public places.
(2) All businesses, establishments, and public places must require that all persons wear Face Coverings when indoors on their premises.

B. Exceptions. Face Coverings do not need to be worn by someone who:

(1) Should not wear a Face Covering due to any medical or behavioral condition or disability (including, but not limited to, any person who has trouble breathing, or is unconscious or incapacitated, or is otherwise unable to put on or remove the Face Covering without assistance);
(2) Is under five (5) years of age;
(3) Is actively eating or drinking;
(4) Is seeking to communicate with someone who is hearing-impaired in a way that requires the mouth to be visible;
(5) Is giving a speech or performance for a broadcast, or to an audience, where they maintain a distance of at least 20 feet from the audience;
(6) Is working at home or is in a personal vehicle;
(7) Is temporarily removing their Face Covering for identification purposes to secure government or medical services;
(8) Would be at risk from wearing a Face Covering at work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulations or workplace safety guidelines;
(9) Has found that their Face Covering is impeding visibility to operate equipment or a vehicle; (10) Is a child whose parent, guardian, or responsible person has been unable to place the Face Covering safely on the child's face;
(11) Is alone in an enclosed space, such as a room, office or vehicle; or
(12) Is in settings where it is not practical or feasible to wear a Face Covering, including when obtaining or rendering goods or services, such as the receipt of dental services or while swimming.

Worship, religious, spiritual gatherings, funeral ceremonies, wedding ceremonies, and other activities constituting the exercise of First Amendment rights are exempt from all requirements of this Rule, notwithstanding any other provision of this Rule.

Anyone who declines to wear a Face Covering for these reasons should not be required to produce documentation or any other proof of a condition. Everyone is asked to tell the truth and if they are healthy and able to wear a mask-to wear a Face Covering so that they do not put other people at risk of serious illness and death.

Proposed 8/18/2021


*Update 7/25/21

During the July meeting, the CCA board has voted on the following policy for the 2021-2022 curling season, subject to new state or local regulations.

Any CCA member who has not received a COVID-19 vaccine is required to mask and social distance. All other policies will revert to pre-COVID policies.

This includes 2 sweepers, sweeping behind the Tee Line, and where curlers are standing on the ice. The warm room will be set up normally. If a member is found to be in violation of this policy, they will be asked to mask or leave.

To reiterate how we are deciding our path forward, we use three main criteria for making these decisions:

  1. What are we legally allowed to do
  2. What do both the USCA and Canada Curling recommend as best practices.
  3. What do both the CDC and the NC Department of Health and Human Services recommend for best practice.

The board has spent a lot of time and effort on this subject and will continue to adapt our policies as these three guiding principles evolve and change.


*Update 4/21/21

The link below is to the CCA COVID-19 Questionnaire that must be completed each time you enter the Charlotte Curling facility.

CCA COVID-19 Questionnaire

In keeping up with the constantly evolving landscape of best practices and such, there is a minor change to procedures based on the latest CDC recommendations.

Effective immediately, there is no need to do the pre-game cleaning anymore. Just after broomstacking is done.

The best practice procedure is to still do a robust COVID-protocol disinfecting/cleaning of the warm room, bathrooms, locker rooms and wiping any common equipment (sliders, stone handles) at the end of league play/broomstacking to help protect the next group.

Here is a link for those who want to know more about the CDC recommendations on surface transmission.


*Update: 3/23/21

This afternoon, Governor Cooper announced a relaxing on some restrictions, effective Friday at 5pm. Most do not affect or impact us. The key things that do affect us are the changing of the requirement for bars to close early, or be home by any certain time.

So in keeping with the times, effective this Friday... The CCA is no longer requiring that our bar close early, nor do people need to leave at any specific time. All other guidelines are still in place, such as masks, social distancing, limit of 25 people in the warm room and such.


*Update: 2/25/21

COVID-19 policy update

As industry and the local government adapts to the changing landscape, we continue to adapt our existing policies to reflect these changes.

Yesterday, Governor Cooper announced that NC is easing certain restrictions, based on the numbers of new cases being reported. (We are essentially back to our pre-holiday ranges.)

Therefore, for North Carolina, effective Friday at 5 pm:

  • The 10 pm curfew is lifted

  • Alcohol service ending time moved to 11 pm

  • Businesses can operate at 50% capacity

  • Indoor sports arenas, movie theaters, and indoor amusement parks and bars can open at 30% capacity with a cap of 250 people

  • Indoor mass gathering cap limit increased to 25 indoors

This doesn't increase our ice shed capacity, but it does allow indoor broomstacking with alcohol for up to 25 people until 11pm -- as long as social distancing is followed.

People in late draws will still need to move straight to the ice to avoid exceeding the 25 person mass gathering cap in the warm room between first and second draws.

Officially, our policy change is:

CCA COVID-19 policies are changed to allow indoor broomstacking up to 25 people with alcohol service continuing until 11 pm effective Friday at 5 pm.


*Update: 2/17/21

Update to our COVID-19 Policies

In keeping with the latest CDC recommendations, we are changing a small aspect of our policies.

the Requirement that members exposed to COVID-19 refrain from entering the building for 10 days, are waived for members who are within 90 days of either:

  1. The onset of symptoms of a confirmed case of COVID-19 so long as they have remained symptom-free since then, or

  2. Full immunization, defined by the CDC as starting two weeks following the administration of the second dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine injections, whichever is later.

This is not managed by the CCA. All other protocols remain unchanged.


*Update: 1/28/21

We attended a webinar recently, that was on COVID-19.

We can honestly say that this was the best layman's terms recap and discussion we have seen of COVID-19 in regards to general information, and specifically in regards to curling, it was tremendously helpful.

The main speaker was Dr. Luethy, who is a curler at Potomac Curling Club, an Assistant Professor in Pathology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Associate Director of the Clinical Microbiology Lab at the University of Maryland Medical Center.

It starts off a little slow, as they review general information first, before getting into curling specific info, but it is well worth the watch.

The recorded webinar is below:

The slide deck used in the presentation can be found HERE.

Other information, including links to relevant COVID-19 information can be found HERE.


*Update: 12/8/20

Update to Governors Mandate

As you are probably aware, the Governors Office put out additional restrictions effective this Friday.

In reviewing these restrictions, we identified two things that impact curling:

  1. Businesses must close by 10 PM.

  2. No alcohol sales after 9PM.

This is not an overall huge impact, but there are a couple of leagues that will need to adapt to these new restrictions, because of double draws, and we are directing the League Commissioners to:

  1. Comply with the mandated restrictions.

  2. Determine how and what you do, for your league that is impacted.

    1. Get creative in how you adapt.

    2. Consider out of the box thinking. (Example: start earlier, hold shorter games, etc. to be able to hold both draws)


  • Be sure to fill out the questionnaire each and every time you visit the curling club.

  • If you are feeling sick, in any form or fashion, DO NOT CURL, and get tested the moment you think it is possible that you have the virus.

  • If you test positive or have a known exposure to COVID-19, let your league commissioner(s) know ASAP.

Changes to the CCA quarantine and isolation time

Previous to now, we have used 14 days as the benchmark for anyone to quarantine, how long to close a league for, how long someone should isolate from a known exposure, etc. The CDC and other health agencies have updated their policies and recommendations to reflect a 10 day period, and in following their lead, the CCA is amending its procedures to reflect 10 days as well.

Updated Communication Protocol

We wanted to let you know that we have a plan in place and what our specific notification plan is, for when we have either someone with a known exposure or a confirmed case of COVID-19.

  • Person or League Commissioner who has knowledge of confirmed case contact Steve McKee, via phone call or text ASAP.

    • If not confirmed receipt from Steve within a reasonable amount of time (2 hours), contact Amanda Smith via phone.

    • If not confirmed receipt from Amanda within a reasonable amount of time (2 hours), Contact Casey Denartigh via phone.

  • Board Member works to determine what leagues that person played in, tapping into other resources as needed.

  • Board Member initiates a string of communications:

    • Text/phone call to League Commissioner about the confirmed case and direction to shut down for 10 days.

    • League Commissioner to text and email their league:

      • Info on the confirmed case.

      • Shut down for 10 days.

      • If any subs, ask that the team contact the sub to inform them.

      • Date that curling will resume.

    • Board Member to text/email Conley Lyons to send a CCA email out to all members with the confirmed case letter.

  • If there are 5 or more related COVID-19 cases at the club, we will close the close the club for 10 days.

  • We will follow the same procedures for a known exposure, but there are no shutdowns of leagues for a known exposure.


*Update: 11/11/20

The Governor has tightened the requirements in an update to the restrictions due to COVID-19. Below are changes to the way we operate, that are effective immediately.

Key changes to the way we operate:

  1. Warm Room changes

    1. At no time should there be no more than 10 people in the warm room.

    2. Use of the warm room and locker rooms are now the same, emergency/urgent use only.

    3. You come in, and go down to the ice area to put your shoes on.

  2. Broomstaking changes

    1. Each league will determine if there is going to be Broomstacking.

    2. All other Broomstacking procedures and time limits remain the same.

    3. If a league decides they will be Broomstacking:

      1. If a league has less than 10 players, they can broomstack in the warm room.

      2. All other leagues must broomstack outside.

      3. Only bar crew remain/occupy the warm room.

      4. At no point should more than 10 people occupy the warm room.

  3. On-Ice changes

    1. A heightened renewal of the social distancing required.

We have had no active cases among our curling community, and we hope these new procedures will help us keep any transmission to a minimum, should one of our members contract the disease.

Background information: Cases in NC, and across the states are on the rise, and are alarmingly high. Specific to our venue, according to a recent study:

  • Restaurants, gyms and other crowded indoor venues accounted for 80 percent of new infections in the U.S. from March to May.

  • Limiting indoor capacity can reduce COVID-19 infections significantly.

  • Restaurants were by far the riskiest places, about four times riskier than gyms and coffee shops, followed by hotels.


*Update: 10/14/20

Well we are just over a week into the curling season, and while we are still getting used to the new norm, we are doing fairly well. We appreciate everyone doing their best to honor and comply with the changes put in place.

We have received feedback from a range of people and the board took these questions, requests and feedback seriously, as it was the majority of our meeting last night.

Also as promised, we would adapt our requirements to the ever changing landscape, any legal changes as well as continue to refine best practices, while ensuring for the safety of our general population of curlers. In regards to our protocols, we want to announce changes to some and provide clarification of others.

Changes - effective immediately

  1. Sweeping behind the T-Line - We will be allowing the one sweeper who is on the team delivering, and sweeping the stone, to continue to sweep the stone to its conclusion behind the T-Line, or to sweep any rock that is put in motion, assuming it is their rock.

    1. Only the active sweeper, not the skip or another team member.

    2. AT ALL TIMES - we must maintain the 6' social distancing minimum, or more between players.

  2. Personal Brooms - May be stored on site at the CCA, in the broom rack.

    1. When you retrieve your broom, you must use an antimicrobial wipe to clean the broom.

    2. This is to minimize the potential for cross contamination.

Clarification on some things

  1. Why are you asking the questions at the door - Don't you trust us?

    1. We are legally required to do so.

    2. It allows us to effectively contact trace if we have an exposure or active case at the CCA.

  2. Bartending - Can't we go back to getting our own drinks?

    1. We need to let things settle in, the system was just designed live and tested a week ago.

    2. We know there are some wrinkles to iron out.

    3. We will be monitoring and if need be adjusting, but it is too soon, too new.

    4. We know we still need to fully train Monday night.

  3. Locker Rooms - Why can't we use them?

    1. We are asking that the locker rooms be used as an absolute last resort.

    2. If you are not able to change before you arrive, due to unforeseeable or unpreventable circumstances, use the locker room.

    3. If the locker room is used, social distancing must be maintained.

    4. We are asking to store your jacket, shoes and stuff out by your seat or under your seat in the warm room, so others don't trip.

  4. Why only one person keeping score?

    1. This is to minimize cross contamination.

We hope these minor adaptations are received well.


*Update: 9/28/20

The video below, by the Sherwood Park Curling Club, showcases many of the same new game protocols that CCA will use for the 2020-21 season. Please watch, so you can get a visual of the protocols to follow when we return to curling on October 4th.


*Update: 9/21/20

Half-Year memberships available, with Dual Membership discount

As some neighboring clubs may be delaying their openings, we want to welcome members of other clubs to curl with Charlotte Curling this Fall. Half-year individual and family memberships are available:

  • Unlimited league play. Join or sub in as many leagues as you like.

  • Unlimited practice time. *Subject to ice availability and club rules that another curler must be in the building.

  • Discount at our pro shop.

If you have never been a member of Charlotte Curling, half-year membership is just $150 for Adults and $125 for Youth and Seniors. Discounts for additional members from the same household and Family memberships are also available here.

  • If you are a member of another club in the Fall, your Charlotte Curling membership is reduced by 1/2 of your home club membership dues.

Additional information about leagues is available HERE.

For further information on our COVID adaptations, scroll down to see all our previous announcements.

Questions? Please email Charlotte Curling Info.


*Update: 9/8/20

We Start Curling October 4th!!

We start curling with Leagues on Sunday October 4th

  • All leagues are being held, with the addition of Wednesday Night Mixed Doubles.

  • We are working to not have double draws, to keep it simpler:

    • Thursday and Monday night remain to be seen.

    • Double draws will likely require longer time in between draws:

      • 1st draw might start a little earlier and 2nd draw start a little later.

      • OR shorter time frames for each draw.

  • Specifics for cleaning and sanitizing requirements of each league is still being developed.

  • No spectators.

  • Obviously, our plan will evolve and change if needed, based on the latest circumstances and restrictions imposed.

Renew your membership ASAP, in order of preference!

  • Pay the invoice that was sent to you via email.

  • Mail a check in.

  • Go through the league renewal process, and at the end pay via PayPal.

Sign up for leagues ASAP, cut off date is September 27th.

  • League Commissioners need time to figure out how to arrange everything

  • Log into the website, click on the yellow banner at the top, and you are off to the races.

  • If you forgot your password or login, follow the link under where you would log in.

5 & Under - GNCC and USCA are likely to build in deferment accommodations for 5 and unders!

  • There is no guarantee, but they are supposed to vote on this soon.

Bar and Broomstacking will happen, just a bit differently.

  • Masks and social distancing must be maintained whenever inside.

  • Warm room details:

    • 25 people limit on warm room occupants.

    • Bar team will take orders and wait on tables to minimize cross traffic.

    • 6’ distancing mandatory, even when sitting.

    • NO BYOB - We will lose our license, whether inside or out.

    • Masks on unless sitting at table.

  • Leagues are going to have some adaptations, see league descriptions HERE:

    • Monday night has a list of temporary adaptations HERE.

    • Expect that other nights will have some minor tweaks.

    • As the leagues adjust, league commissioners will communicate any changes.

Previous communication and details can be found HERE.

  • What are the changes you can expect both on and off the ice and changes to the way we will need to operate – Click HERE.

  • Face masks will be required at all times. Detail on the what, why and how can be found HERE.

  • Rough projections on the club finances and the impact of COVID-19 on the CCA can be found HERE.

  • Minutes from the board meetings can always be found HERE.

New Members – Still need, but recruiting and onboarding will be adapted.

  • If someone wants to join, they can join for a half year, new curler rate (40% off regular price).

  • They would not be able to “try it out” in advance of joining.

  • We have the new curler league on Sunday Afternoon, that we would strongly encourage them to participate in to at least get the basics.

  • Or they could simply jump into a league, like most of us did.

  • No friends and family until we get a process figured out. Hopefully in a couple of weeks.

  • We are looking at if we can we have a targeted LTC. More details to come.

We Need Help with a few things: It takes a lot of work to pull this off.

  • Ongoing Curlgating Needs are HERE.

    • Most has been completed, but some items remain to be done.

  • Ice help needed both to install and maintain. Email Frank Mogavero.

    • Frank is going to help get us set up, and he will need assistance to do so.

    • We need help scraping during the week

    • We need help to maintain the ice.

    • We need help for the Mixed Doubles Cashspiel, December 28-31. Details about the event are HERE.

  • Bar - Need help figuring out the Bar. Email Neil Pifer (prefer related field experience).

  • Get the club ready - implementing logistics for COVID adaptations (lots of stuff to do). Email Casey DenHartigh.



*Update: 8/20/20


The long awaited update is here. Yes, we are planning to curl in the fall! It will look and feel a bit different, but it is the best answer we can develop based on the circumstances that we all are in. Read through the email to find out when.

Our main focus is on membership, and providing a way to maximize curling at the CCA. We took everyone's input from the survey we sent and have developed a game plan that takes into account all the feedback and concerns that people communicated.

For the foreseeable future, we have decided not to hold corporate events, traditional Learn to Curls, or any bonspiels (except the mixed doubles Cashspiel). Even though these things are about 68% of our income, since we can’t ensure that we hold these safely, we are not going to do it. We have chosen the path that provides the best opportunity for safeguarding the majority of our members concerns and tolerance for risk, combined with the industry best practices, and state and local guidelines.

We are going to be using our website as the main way to communicate the details and background to all that we are doing. In the following list, you will see the description and a hyperlink to the detailed web pages that explain things

  • What are the changes you can expect both on and off the ice and changes to the way we will need to operate – Click HERE.

  • Face masks will be required at all times. Detail on the what, why and how can be found HERE.

  • Rough projections on the club finances and the impact of COVID-19 on the CCA can be found HERE.

  • Minutes from the board meetings can always be found HERE.

The club spends about $196,000 a year (mortgage, utilities, insurance, etc.) if we don’t curl at all. This is a huge deficit we are facing, and I am confident that we can weather this storm and overcome this challenge, but it will take everyone pulling in the same direction to do so.

So Membership has been adjusted to help us manage through this pandemic, in the following manner:

    1. Full year membership – Same as it always has been, renew your membership for a full year.

      1. Obviously this is the most preferred, as the CCA could really use the help.

    2. Half year membership – To help members who are not sure they can or will curl because of personal circumstances.

      1. The half year rate is 60% of the full year membership cost

      2. This will be offered in the spring at the same 60% of the full year membership.

    3. Non-Curling membership –This is a full membership in the CCA, but without the ability to curl.

      1. We are converting the “Social” category of membership over to this category.

      2. Full membership in the GNCC, USCA and the CCA is included.

      3. Can vote as a member of the CCA.

      4. Designed to allow someone to support the CCA, stay involved with the CCA, but who is not sure when they will be able to curl.

      5. This membership can be converted over to a half or full year membership, by contacting the treasurer and paying the cost difference between the $70, and what the category of membership is that they are selecting.

Will there be refunds if we close down again? The short answer is yes. Examples of circumstances are:

    1. We open up for the Fall session, and after a short time, NC goes back into Phase 2 for an extended period of time. The board is committing to pro-rating a refund, if the expectation is that the season or the year is over.

    2. We open up, and after the majority of the fall session is played, NC goes back into Phase 2 for an extended period of time. The board would not be inclined to issue a refund for the fall session, full year determination would be made based on the expectation on when we would be able to open back up.

    3. Someone decides to curl in the fall, and for whatever circumstances, does not curl at all. In this circumstance, with notification within the first two weeks of curling, the board would be amenable to issuing a refund.

Obviously, these are uncharted waters for everyone, and our goal is to find the safest path to find a way to resume the sport that we all truly love.

So the burning question is when? Because the state is in Phase 2, until at least September 12th, and it could be longer, we can’t make any hard decision on a date. We do have a game plan that is a four week timeline from the point that we decide that we can curl, to the time that we open up for curling.

We commit to communicating as much as we know, as soon as we know, so that everyone can plan accordingly. Email and the website are going to be the main avenues that we communicate through.

Make no mistake, when we announce that we are opening in four weeks, it will be an “all hands on deck” alert, and we will need everyone's help and cooperation in order to hit that ambitious deadline.

In the interim there are a few things that are going to happen:

  • Leagues are basically the same, with the addition of Wednesday Night Mixed doubles.

    • All leagues can be found by clicking HERE.

    • League descriptions can be found by clicking the link for that specific league.

  • In a few days, you will receive a “pledge” or invoice for your curling membership, based on information in our system and what you were recorded down as for last year.

    • If you already registered and paid on the website, don’t worry, we will match that up and reconcile that invoice.

    • If something needs to be different, don’t stress about it, directions will be included to let you know how to go about changing that.

  • If there is any chance that you will be curling in the fall.

    • Email the league director(s) to let them know to expect you.

    • If you are paying for the full year, Registration for the 2020-21 curling year is OPEN NOW, you can log into the website and follow the yellow bar link, and ensuing instructions.

    • If you are going to use the half year option, email the league director, and wait for your “pledge” to then get it corrected with the treasurer.

    • If you are not sure you will be curling in the fall, but it is possible, email the league director anyway, and then decide when you get your “pledge” invoice.

  • We will likely be sending out another survey in the near future, to make sure we understand what each member is planning on doing for the upcoming fall season. Be on the lookout for this.

Thank you and good curling!

CCA Board

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