The Highlander Curling Club expresses its sincere thanks to the Municipality of the County of Antigonish for their funding support through their Community Partnership Capital Grant. With the help of this grant, the Highlander Curling Club was able ensure a critical repair of their aging dehumidifier. The repair has decreased the humidity within the ice shed and has reduced the risk of falls from ice freezing on the side boards.
Pictured are Past President of the Highlander Curling Club Len MacDonald, Current President of the Highlander Curling Club Lorne Deering, Board Member Harry Daemen and Warden Owen McCarron. These individuals, and others, were instrumental in making this project happen. Many thanks to all involved in this successful project!!
With the announcement made on January 25, 2021 by the NS Government and Dr. Strang, sports can now proceed with a gathering limit of 50. This allows for curling leagues at the Highlander Curling Club to resume with COVID-19 protocols in place. More information about COVID-19 protocols and restrictions can be found on the NS Government website at: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/restriction-updates/#2021-01-25
The Annual General Meeting for the Highlander Curling Club will be held on Sunday, Sept 22 at 7:30 pm at the curling club (Civic #3916 Highway 316, St. Andrews). Individuals are encouraged to attend, particularly shareholders as shareholders have voting privileges. This is a good opportunity to be informed and ask questions.
Highlander Curling Club
The Highlander Curling Club in St. Andrews, along with other curling clubs in Nova Scotia, are collecting donations for the Sandra Schmirler Foundation. The Sandra Schmirler Foundation donates money to Newborn Intensive Care Units (NICUs) across the country, including hospitals in Nova Scotia. Donations will be presented by the Nova Scotia Curling Association to the foundation at the Scott Tournament of Hearts in Sydney, NS in February 2019.
The Highlander Curling Club will be collecting donations until the end of January 2019. Donations can be made in person at the club bar. The foundation also collects donations on their website: https://www.sandraschmirler.org/english/
Participants of Coady’s Diploma in Development Leadership (Class of 2018) came for a visit to St. Andrews on July 13th. Seven community members came out to meet and speak with participants who wanted to know how things were done historically in our community and how they happen these days. Participants were impressed with our community centre’s cornerstone which reads “Community Spirit”. And they enjoyed learning what our 14 organizations do and how they work.
Afterwards, they were given a tour of the Highlander Curling Club and SASHA (Senior’s Housing). Sharing some photos here, but there are more to come.
Thank you Joe, Marie, Minnie, Fraser, Gerard, Bria, Brianna, Gord and Kerri-Lynn!
A huge thank you from the Highlander Curling Club board of directors for the community’s support in making the 2017-2018 season another successful year!! Thank you to all volunteers, members, individuals, and businesses who have supported the Highlander in the past.
The 2018-2019 season will run from October 14, 2018 to March 30, 2019. Information on renting the building, leagues, etc. can be found at http://www.highlandercurlingclub.com/home.html.
If you are interested in promoting your business at the Highlander Curling Club, e-mail the Highlander at email@example.com.
The Highlander Curling Club is holding a Curling Fun Day on Sunday February 18, 2018. There is no cost and you can drop in anytime between 10:00am and 2:00pm. This is an event for all ages and skill levels. Click HERE for an article in the Highland Heart paper!
The Highlander Curling Club is located at 3916 Highway 316, St. Andrews, Nova Scotia. More information on this event can be found at https://www.facebook.com/highlandercurlingclub/ or by emailing Krista at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Thursday mixed curling league at the Highlander Curling Club will be cancelled this evening due to road conditions. It will resume as normal on January 11, 2018.
The Highlander Curling Club hosted an Alzheimer’s Fundraising Bonspiel on December 30, 2017. Approximately $1100 was raised for the Alzheimer’s Unit at the R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home in Antigonish. Thank you to Jo-Anne Doiron and Clarita Campbell for organizing this annual event.
R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home
The Highlander Curling Club will be hosting the very popular annual women’s bonspiel called Mad for Plaid on February 10, 2018. Sign up now as spots fill up quickly! See the poster below for more information and how to register.