The Business of Curling workshop program promotes volunteer development and recognition as a vital component to curling club operations. For example, we encourage our curling clubs to formally recognize volunteers at a volunteer appreciation night. This is the one of the more significant tools a club can use to retain and re-motivate their volunteer ‘workforce’.
By creating a national award, we hope to set the example thereby encouraging clubs to create their own recognition programs.
The Volunteer of the Year Award is based on the nominee’s contributions from the previous curling season only. Please read the application form for full details.
Deep River Curling Club, Ontario
Club de curling Lacolle, Québec
Club de curling Chelsea, Québec
Gibsons Curling Club, British Columbia
Winkler Curling Club, Manitoba
Lorette Curling Club, Dugald, Manitoba
Club de curling Kénogami, Jonquiere, Québec
Paris Curling Club, Ontario
Strait Area Community Curling Club, Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia
Morris Curling Club, Manitoba
Brookdale Curling Club, Manitoba
Fredericton Curling Club, New Brunswick
Fort Frances Curling Club, Ontario
Whitehorse Curling Club, Yukon
Clare Curling Club, Meteghan, Nova Scotia
St. Lambert Curling Club, Québec
Curling Beausejour Inc., Moncton, New Brunswick
Penticton Curling Club, British Columbia
Beausejour Curling Club, Manitoba