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Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum Names MOST NOTABLE 150 TEAMS – Invites Public Participation in Ranking the TOP 25
In recognition of Manitoba’s 150th Anniversary, the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum (MCHoF&M) has named what it is calling the Most Notable 150 Teams in Manitoba’s long and storied curling history. The list has been published on the CurlManitoba website (curlmanitoba.org) and is attached herewith. CLICK HERE to read the full article.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL LISTING OF THE MOST NOTABLE 150 TEAMS.
2019-20 Hall Of Fame Inductees
2011 Team Jeff Stoughton
Skip – Jeff Stoughton
Third – Jon Mead
Second – Reid Carruthers
Lead – Steve Gould
1984 Team Darcy Kirkness
Skip – Darcy Kirkness (Robertson)
Third – Barb Kirkness (Spencer)
Second – Janet Harvey
Lead – Barb Fetch (Mehling)
The Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum was established in 1987 to ….. procure, preserve and promote the rich history of curling in Manitoba and to honour the outstanding accomplishments of curlers, builders, curler/builders and teams.
CLICK HERE for a copy of the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum By-Laws.
The Manitoba Curling Museum collection includes an estimated 40,000 artifacts, documents and historical images and is considered one of the most extensive curling collections in the world. Since the first induction ceremony in 1987, the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame has honoured 53 of the great teams in Manitoba curling history along with 63 individual curlers, 44 builders of our sport, and 20 individuals whose credentials have been equally impressive both as competitors and as builders.
The Directors for 2020-2021 are:
|Finance/Banquet Chair||Sharon Thiessen-Woods|
|CurlManitoba Rep||Lynn Fallis-Kurz|