CurlManitoba is pleased to make four $1,500 scholarships available to any active junior curler entering or in post-secondary education. They may apply if affiliated as a junior during the year of application. Previous recipients are ineligible and all applicants must have a minimum average of 70%.
Deadline for receipt of applications is June 1 by 4:30 p.m. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
CLICK HERE for an application form. Additional applications are available from the CurlManitoba office.
RECIPIENTS:2021 Jensen Letham – Winnipeg Brooke Graham – Thompson Presley Sagert – Minitonas Kathleen McKenzie – Winnipeg 2020: Adam Flatt – Winnipeg Julia Millan – Beausejour Emily Zacharias – Altona Hannah Thiessen – Winnipeg 2019: Anastasia Ginters, Altona Sean Flatt, Winnipeg Kaitlyn Szewczyk, McCreary Emma Jensen, Ochre River 2018 Kyle Gardiner – Brandon
Hayley Bergman – Rosenfeld
Ryan Wiebe – Winnipeg
Liam Tod – Winnipeg 2017 Robert Gordon – Winnipeg Mackenzie Zacharias – Altona Kathryn Cullen – Beausejour Lauryn Kuzyk – Dauphin 2016 Rebecca Tomchak – Winnipeg Cole Chandler – Winnipeg] Carter Watkins – Swan River Keith Murkin – Winnipegosis 2015: Brett McDonald, Winnipeg
Hayden Forrester, Winnipeg
Cassandra Serle, Manitou
Megan Jubenvill, Gilbert Plains 2014:
Beth Peterson – Winnipeg
Christine MacKay – Winnipeg
Jenna Boisvert – Stonewall
Jessica Gundrum – Swan Lake
Jennifer Curle – Minnedosa
Haley Surovy – Minnedosa
Kyle Doering – East St. Paul
Edna Moffatt Spirit of Youth Curling Scholarship
Edna Moffatt was a Past President and Honourary Life Member of the Manitoba Ladies Curling Association. She passed away on April 17, 1995. Through a trust fund set up by the family of Edna Moffatt, CurlManitoba is pleased to make a $1,000 scholarship available to a junior woman curler in Manitoba.
Any active junior woman curler entering or currently enrolled in post-secondary education may apply if affiliated as a junior during the year of application.
Deadline for receipt of applications is June 1 at 4:30 p.m.
Applications are available from the CurlManitoba office or CLICK HERE for an application form.
2021 Morgan Maguet Beausejour
2020 Brianna Cullen Beausejour
2019 Emily Zacharias Altona
2018 Olivia Bruneau St. Jean Baptiste
2017 Hanne Jensen Dauphin
2016 Stacy Sime Dauphin
2015 Kaitlyn Payette Brandon
2014 Cali Hamm Winkler
2013 Allyson Jubenvill Gilbert Plains
2012 Katherine Doerksen Morden
2011 Heather Maxted Winnipeg
2010 Breanne Meakin Winnipeg
2009 Ashley Ewasiuk Forrest
2008 Jasmine Bracken Petersfield
2007 Kaileigh Strath Souris
2006 Sarah Norget Winnipeg
2005 Theresa Cannon Winnipeg
2004 Michelle Wadelius Beausejour
2003 Staci Goodman Winnipeg
2002 Samantha Owen Carman
2001 Corinne Suchy Gimli
2000 Kari Goodman Benito
1999 Sara Careme Stonewall
1998 Amber Narfason Gimli
1997 Jaclyn Ferris Bowsman
1996 Kerry Maynes Decker
Pat Rutter Youth Curling Scholarship
The Rutter family in partnership with CurlManitoba are pleased to announce the creation of the Pat Rutter Youth Curling Scholarship. This $1,000 scholarship will be awarded yearly to an eligible junior male curler in honour of Pat Rutter of Carman, Manitoba, who passed away suddenly at 55 years old on May 17, 2018.
Pat Rutter was a dedicated curling mom of three children. While she never threw a curling rock in her life, the curling world was very special to her. She supported her three children as well as all curlers who she considered a part of her curling family as they chased their curling dreams. CurlManitoba will honour Pat’s memory with this scholarship.
To be able to apply for the scholarship, you must fit the following criteria:
- Any active male junior curler entering in post-secondary education may apply if affiliated as a junior during the year of application. Previous winners are ineligible.
Please note that all scholarship applications are due by June 1 at 4:30 p.m. Late applications or faxes will not be accepted.
The Pat Rutter Youth Curling Scholarship is supported by the Curling for Life Endowment Fund. The fund was established, so we could help generate funds to sustain and build programs to grow, develop, and market the sport of curling within Manitoba. We have identified three areas to target our CFLEF yearly funds, which are scholarships, the development of curling in Manitoba, and the promotion of curling in Manitoba.