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Jones returns to winning ways

Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg stuck to the coat-tails of the leaders at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts late Monday afternoon, fashioning a 9-3 victory over Andrea Kelly of New Brunswick that was keyed by three points in the first two ends.

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It’s a battle of the Rookies versus the Veterans at the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

The 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Charlottetown has one of the best line-ups in the event’s history with recent graduates from the junior ranks taking on some very seasoned veterans. Almost half of the field is former Canadian junior champions and only one team is without at least one member who boasts this title in her resume.

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Eddie MacKenzie to represent PEI at Tim Hortons Brier

Charlottetown’s Eddie MacKenzie and his team of third Mike Gaudet, second Mike Dillon and lead Alex MacFadyen won the Labatt Tankard Tuesday February 8 at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside and will now represent their province at the Tim Hortons Brier, March 5-13 in London.

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Now You Can Pick Your Draws… Pick Your Times!

With just a month to go before the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts hits town February 19 – 27 at the Charlottetown Civic Centre, the Host Committee today announced the launch of single draw tickets.

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Little Softie & New Friends announce “Scotties Magical Outdoor Curling and Skating Rink”

Little Softie could be seen braving the cold elements outside the Krock & Ocean 100 studio Friday afternoon with new pals Jack Frost and Suzy Snowflake.

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The Stars are Aligning for the Charlottetown Scotties!

With the Scotties Tournament of Hearts set to take to the stage at the Charlottetown Civic Centre, February 19 – 27, the field is shaping up for one of the most entertaining women’s championships in recent memory.

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Who Will Wear PEI Colours for the Charlottetown Scotties?

The 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts comes to the Charlottetown Civic Centre, February 19 – 27 and speculation is growing over who will represent the Island in the women’s national curling championship.

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SCOTTIES FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT

Rawlins Cross is always a “fan favorite” on PEI. We are thrilled to have them kick off the opening of the HeartStop Lounge for the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

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Love was in the air at the 30th annual Souris Christmas parade

The 30th annual Santa Claus parade took place Saturday December 4th in Souris, PE. Scotties volunteers sported their red and white stocking caps and did not let the rainy weather dampen their holiday spirit.

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Scotties Volunteers travel to the 2010 Sobey’s Slam

Friday November 12th Scotties volunteers were on hand to take in some of the action at the 2010 Sobey’s Slam in New Glasgow, NS.

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Take 5! Mini Packs on Sale

The Host Committee for the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, set to hit the ice February 19 – 27 at the Charlottetown Civic Centre, today announced the launch of new Mini Pack ticket options.

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Junior Athlete of the Week: Sarah Fullerton

This week’s Junior Athlete of the Week is Sarah Fullerton of Cornwall, Prince Edward Island.

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The Scotties takes home award at the 49th annual Gold Cup Parade

The Kathy O’Rourke team took its brooms to the streets of Charlottetown acting as the official parade Marshall’s of the 49th The Gold Cup Parade, August 20th.

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“Little Softie” Takes in Old Home Week at Campbell’s Midway

Old Home week, one of Prince Edward Island’s best-loved traditions, has arrived. Since 1888, Islanders and visitors alike have come to Charlottetown to take part in the vast array of fun, educational and community activities that make up Old Home Week.

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Scotties “Rocks” out at Cavendish Country Music Festival

July 9th-10th Scotties volunteers “rocked” out at the Cavendish Coutry Music Festival.Everyone showed their Scotties pride, including 2010 Scotties runner’s up Erin Carmody and Geri Lynn Ramsay.

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